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I have mixed feelings about this track. While the song is irresistibly catchy, it is not Parachute. Don’t get me wrong it is somewhat reminiscent of the original Parachute direction, but the emphasis on the song’s marketability has taken precedence. The song is over produced in that Will’s voice has been filtered and the instruments of each band member cannot be deciphered. I understand that artists change their style to reflect their maturation, but this does not fit the note. I would like to know what happened to the strong affection that was present behind every Parachute song. I want to be able to hear every instrument – from each band member – the same way I heard it on both previous albums, instead I hear electronic synthesizers. I cannot feel the fervency in Will’s voice in both this song and Hearts Go Crazy; it is almost as if there is a detachment from his voice. Where is the sense of emotion that can be found in songs like White Dress and She (For Liz)? I never tire of these songs and their respective albums because of the heart that was put into it. Sure this techno-pop song has a fun sound going on, but it is not what Parachute is about.

I thought this was Parachute...?

It seems I confused one of my favorite bands with a Maroon 5 knockoff

Great, in every sense.

Parachute never fails to disappoint. Unlike their previous single "Hearts Go Crazy," this song is truer to their sound, so more people may be pleased. You can hear the Ryan Tedder influence behind it (he cowrote it, after all), but it still has Parachute written all over it. A great pop/rock song, one you'll want to blast in the car with the windows down and sing along like no one can hear you. You won't be able to get it out of your head, which, you know, is a good thing.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Parachute took root in the college town of Charlottesville, Virginia, where the group honed its mix of pop/rock, funk, and contemporary blue-eyed soul under their original name Sparky's Flaw. Formed by high school students Will Anderson (vocals, guitar), Johnny Stubblefield (drums), Christopher "Kit" French (saxophone, keyboards), Alex Hargrave (bass), and Nate McFarland (guitar), Sparky's Flaw generated a healthy buzz around town and eventually became popular at the nearby University of Virginia,...
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Can't Help - Single, Parachute
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jan 01, 2013

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