Danish dance singer Ida Corr has slowly gone from being the infamous vocalist on ‘Let Me Think About It’, to one of the most intriguing and inventive dance artists that the country has produced in recent years. She’s got a permanently busy release schedule, peppered with genuinely brilliant tracks here and there. And her latest one may just be her best one yet.
It’s ‘I Found Her’. This one takes a little while to get going, or perhaps it’s more a case of it taking a couple of listens to really ‘get’ it. We actually almost switched off halfway through our first listen, but we’re so glad we didn’t as it’s turned out to be a big favourite of ours over the last couple of weeks.
The big star of the whole thing is the production. A chugging electro length. The understated melody allows the music to take centre stage. And then somehow, on further listens, that music then manages to elevate the melody into a something a bit more overstated. We don’t quite understand how that’s possible, but we didn’t write it readers, we’re just telling you what we hear. Music is amazing sometimes.
Best bit: the extended (over a minute and a half long) instrumental middle eight in which the aforementioned production is really given a shot to shine. It is totally lush.
‘I Found Her’ is out now and has been released outside of Denmark too. Here’s the video;