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article imageReview: Natalie Imbruglia soars on 'Instant Crush,' tips hat to Daft Punk Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 27, 2015 in Music
Singer Natalie Imbruglia is back with her latest single "Instant Crush" from her highly-anticipated studio album "Male."
Imbruglia is able to dust off the Daft Punk original and breathe fresh life in this tune, by bringing out the rawness of its lyrics. It has infectious hooks and a strong melody to it.
"Now I thought about what I wanna say, but I never really know where to go, so I chained myself to a friend, cause I know it unlocks like a door," Imbruglia sings.
Her song's music video, directed by Joe Stephenson, is a real treat as well, especially due to its cinematography, where the viewer can easily recall The Stepford Wives. Imbruglia looks stunning in the video, and her vocals are haunting yet beautiful.
Fans can check out her new single "Instant Crush" on iTunes by clicking here.
She is known for such smash radio singles as "Torn" and "Wrong Impression."
The Verdict
Overall, Natalie Imbruglia is superb on "Instant Crush" and her voice is as crystalline as ever. If this song is any indication of how her new album Male is going to be or sound like, then her fans and listeners are in for a real treat. Daft Punk and Julian Casablancas from The Strokes, who sings lead on the original recording, would be smiling upon this brave rendition by Imbruglia, especially since it is sung from a female standpoint. The single garners 4.5 out of 5 stars.
For more information on Australian singer-songwriter Natalie Imbruglia, check out her official website.
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