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Thank the heavens for the return of Carly Rae Jepsen, explorer of all romantic worlds; A diviner of scents and people who strive to be scents. Her singular brand of pop-dream teenager with the eyes of heart, defined by her album of 2015 EMOTION, is something to see.
An EP, a couple of loosies (one of which evolved from the soundtrack of a children's ballerina movie to its own fabulous beast) and an interpretation of Full house The theme song later, Jepsen granted us two gifts for 2019: today, after hints on social media, she dropped "Now I found you" and "No drugs like me".
"Now that I've found you" cleverly, accelerates the intense desire of a few honeymooners "I love you" on the line, as if the narrators of EMOTION have found a stable adventure and still feel their infatuation as deeply as when they met their partner for the first time.
"How did we get there? This happened without warning," Jepsen muses, ecstasy of staying in love with a passionate love resulting in a rousing pop rave, with the subject and its support perfectly in sync .
"No Drug Like Me", the B-side of the 80's track ballad, glitters like a sparks too worn to continue to ignite a flame and ignite. After the kiss of self-love that was "Party for One", it's good to see Queen Carly fully, immutable, immersed in her emotions.