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- Song Name: Sweater Weather
- Artist Name / Band Name: The Neighbourhood
- Produced By: The Neighbourhood
- Album Name: I Love You.
- Release Date: December 3, 2012
- Genre: Alternative Rock, Rock
- Record Label: Columbia
- Written By: Jeremy Freedman, Zach Abels & Jesse Rutherford
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
The Neighbourhood – Sweater Weather Review
Not many ‘Sweater Weather’ by The Neighbourhood review articles are available online. That is because their music could be considered as indie music. But regardless of that, the group is a promising one with its music gaining raves from many music critics. The Neighbourhood is Los Angeles’ newest hipsters so prepare to be amazed.
The track is the second single to be released from the quintet’s recently released EP entitled ‘I’m Sorry.’ It was a good follow up to the debut single ‘Female Robbery.’ As the first song, this one holds us to the mystique and allure of the band’s music.
The song starts with a pounding but catchy hip hop beat. The rhythm as well as the vocal delivery somehow borders on the rap. Needless to emphasize, it is an irresistible as well as hypnotic fusion of music styles that could be easily described as contemporary.
The lyrics tug the heartstrings in most parts of the song. There are even sensually charged lines that provide more intrigue. To some listeners, the track is more descriptive of teenage love—vibrant, careless, and adventurous. There is definitely