Irish group Westlife has released a new single entitled Dynamite. The song tells the story of a man who admits to the girl he cares about that he loves her deeply.
The music is Brit Pop with a mix of old and new musical styles. Steve Mac composed this tune. The beat of the song has both a slow and fast rhythm. The instruments heard in the single Dynamite are the piano and the drums. There’s an incredible musical harmony that is romantic and sweet.
The Westlife members’ voices are dynamic and sentimental. They have a softness and innocence in their vocal styles. They sing in a synchronized manner, each with different singing styles.
Westlife and Ed Sheeran collaborated in writing the song Dynamite. The word Dynamite is a metaphor for an intense feeling of love. Other tropes include falling sparks. The tune also has comparisons such as fireflies. Both of which represent how passionate love can feel, especially in the early stages. There are various poetic arrangements, including freestyle, including the chorus that has a great lyrical and well-written structure. The words have a lovely romantic vibe to them.
The single Dynamite is now available. Enjoy!