I just revisited Mutemath recently and fell in love again with their Changes album and the titled track as well. It seems that everything is about chill and relax these days, but Mutemath nailed it with Changes. Definitely in love with the vibe it brings, very unassuming and natural you can just pick it up on freeway as you drive to the Beach.
Here’s the detail on Mutemath Changes:
In 2015, Mutemath released the album Vitals, and followed it up in 2016 with a remixed version of the album, aptly titled Changes. That album’s title song “Changes,” with its warped synth stabs and hard-clicking drum track, is the only new song in the set.
The song, written about the way things (and sometimes people) are cavalierly and prematurely thrown away, made its public debut at a 2013 acoustic piano set by lead singer Paul Meany including an extended bridge that was eventually removed from the song.
The musician master craftsman known as Prince has passed on … TMZ the first to report it this morning. He was 57.
Prince’s body was found at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota early Thursday morning.
Various sources associated with the vocalist affirmed he had passed. TMZ acquired the crisis dispatch require a “male down, not relaxing.”
The vocalist, full name Prince Rogers Nelson, had a restorative crisis on April fifteenth that constrained his private plane to make a emergency landing in Illinois. In any case, he showed up at a show the following day to guarantee his fans he was okay. His representatives told TMZ he was combating this season’s flu virus.
Preceding his latest appearance, Prince had cleared out two shows because of his wellbeing concerns.
Prince turned into a global genius in 1982 after his breakthrough album “1999.”
He went ahead to produce a huge amount of hits – and racking up 7 Grammys simultaneously. He additionally performed at the Super Bowl in 2007 … in one of the best live exhibitions ever.
He has sold more than 100 million records amid his career. What’s more, he’s won the Academy Award for Best Original Song Score for Purple Rain in 1985.
Prince was hitched two times – the first run through to his back up dancer Mayte Garcia. They divorced in 2000. He then wedded Manuela Testolini and they split in 2006.
He was accepted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in 2004, and performed an unbelievable rendition of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” to close the ceremony.
Prince, was a companion and friend of the Versace family, having worn the iconic fashion’s signature prints and embellishments and additionally going to some of the house’s fashion design shows in Milan. More recently in 2011, he went to the Versace for H&M party in New York City where he performed for 60 minutes and shut the night with his exemplary hit “Purple Rain.”
After hearing the sad news of his death, Donatella Versace shared an exclusive remembrance with Billboard about the loss of her dear friend:
“I am crying. All my memories are coming back to me. He was one of my closest friends. I will always remember when he rented a club, only for him and me. We listened to his music and spoke about the young generation. The young people were so important to Prince. They have to follow the example he set, to believe in their heart, respect their own soul and never trade their own individuality. It is what made Prince outstanding and relevant forever. I will always love him.”