Somebody That I Used To Know – Gotye and Kimbra


Hello everyone,

Today’s track is from the Belgian songwriter Gotye with his colleague from New Zealand, Kimbra.  “Somebody That I Used To Know” is a very chill track with excellent sound mixing on the part of Gotye.  There are many points in the song where he is harmonizing with himself, which sometimes make a grown man (me) shake with excitement.  This track is off of Gotye’s third album Making Mirrors, which was released on August 19th 2011, this song was released as a sample to the album on July 6th of the same year.  Kimbra’s voice is has a slight resemblance to Katy Perry’s when you listen to her own music, and you can hear it here as well, though this time it’s not in a gross pop setting, so it’s much more enjoyable for me and many others.  The soft melodies of the guitar and xylophone really set this song up, as it builds, and when it hits the chorus, the harmony presented is absolutely wonderful.  This song and especially the video are full of emotion that alot of people can relate with.  Anyway, if you haven’t heard this track yet, I guarantee you won’t be able to stop listening to it now.  As always, Listen, Rate, Subscribe.

~Brian

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About Lone Scientists

The Lone Scientists are two college students from the great city of Minneapolis, Ross Rollin and Chris Madsen, who realized their passion for music and wanted to share it with others who enjoy discovering new music, listening to the classics, and those who just love music in general. We designed this blog to give an insight to our musical tastes. We will feature tracks, artists, and albums of all genres. The Lone Scientists welcome and encourage music requests, comments and feedback to make this blog as interactive as possible. Enjoy! View all posts by Lone Scientists

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