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DNA (Single) cover

DNA (Single) cover


There are some great vocal acrobatics in the new Little Mix single, ‘DNA’, but vocally and as a song it’s far less about showboating than predecessor ‘Wings’, and feels less as if it’s trying to make a statement about the band, their identity and their fanbase.

Instead it’s a chunky, straightforward pop tune. There are some neat production flourishes along the way and the lyrics are more complex than, for instance, those you might find in your average Carly Rae Jepsen album track, but at its heart it is – in the very best possible sense – a normal pop song. The ‘Say You’ll Be There’ to the ‘Wannabe’ of ‘Wings’, if you will.

Also:

  • The tempo is MID.
  • No wait, come back, it’s really good and there are Cheiron-style slamming smashy noises.
  • The song’s opening is slightly weird but wholly great. After some music box tinkling in the introduction, the song slams in with Perrie singing “does he tell you he loves you when you least expect it?”. The reason it’s weird is that she has quite a low voice and you’re probably not expecting it.
  • The song mentions ‘biology, which is a bold move but have decided to give Little Mix the green light to reference Girls Aloud.
  • The chorus goes like this:

    “It’s in his DNA, D-D-D-DNA
    It’s in his DNA,
    And he just takes my breath away, b-b-b-breathe away
    I feel it every day
    And that’s what makes a man, not hard to understand.
    Perfect in every-way, I see it in-his-face,
    Nothing more to say, it’s in his D-D-D-D-DNA.”

  • It’s a pretty good chorus except for the ‘nothing more to say line which, frankly, is just there to rhyme and fill up some space. It’s the only crap bit in the song.

  • After the second chorus the song almost stops completely. Then there’s a spooky half-rapped, half-spoken bit about “it’s all about his kiss, contaminates my lips, our energy connects, it’s simple genetics, I’m the X to his Y and so on, then that all drops out for a big choral breakdown which then gives way to some brief rave klaxons and the final run at the chorus.

  • There is no mention of a future civilisation extracting Leigh-Anne’s essence of life from an insect preserved in amber, then using that DNA to populate an ill-fated theme park. Which is a shame.

  • The song gets its first play on Monday so you can hear it then. It’s really very good.
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