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- Song Name: Please Don’t Say You Love Me
- Artist Name / Band Name: Gabrielle Aplin
- Featuring: N/A
- Produced By: Mike Spencer
- Album Name: English Rain
- Release Date: August 6, 2013
- Genre: Rock
- Record Label: Parlophone UK
- Written By: Nicholas Atkinson & Gabrielle Aplin
- Performance: Peaked at No.N/A
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Gabrielle Aplin – Please Don’t Say You Love Me Review
The beautiful enigma behind the 2012 Christmas ads of John Lewis is ready to make her own mark in the competitive music industry. Meet Gabrielle Aplin.
She is all geared up to launch her first album ‘English Rain.’ The carrier single from that CD is ready to hit the music charts these days. ‘Please Don’t Say You Love Me’ has the basic features of what could be a smash hit.
The track is an epitome of factors that the UK music scene boasts as its own. The 20-year old recording artist has an inimitably distinct and velvety tone that waltz through a narration of positively worded lyrics.
She is accompanied by an interesting backdrop of country guitar riffs and piano solos that not just quirks but also weaves in. Not to be ignored is the song’s melancholy that serves as its added ornament.
The track provides a refreshing glimpse into the past, where love songs were fashioned in the guise of anti-love songs. Listeners certainly yearn for that usually happy ending. Aplin said the song was also inspired by the indie film ‘500 Days of Summer,’ which starred Zooey Deschanel.