“I wrote ‘Strange Kind of Love’ because, well, I like to listen to my local jazz radio station on jazz radio. You hear bands performing rendition after rendition of what’s known as ‘standards.’ Classic compositions that bands cover, you know. I wanted to write a song that sounded like an old-fashioned, out-of-vogue, jazz standard me and my sister were covering. But it’s not a cover. In regard to the meaning of Strange Kind of Love’s lyrics, I don’t want to paint a full picture for listeners. I will say that I was using repetition as a tool. There’s something hypnotic and spellbinding about repetition.” — Todd Goings (The Lovelines) explained
‘Strange Kind of Love’ contains ear-pleasing vocals and a lyrical arsenal of four words that are sung stylishly in a couple of different ways. The lounge-friendly tune possesses drum-empowered instrumentation flavored with beachy alternative, indie-pop, and lo-fi rock elements. Furthermore, “Strange Kind of Love” serves as a delightful introduction to what listeners can expect to hear from The Lovelines in the near future as they continue to release new music.
“Strange Kind of Love” single
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