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- Song Name: Clarity
- Artist Name / Band Name: Zedd
- Featuring: Foxes
- Produced By: Zedd
- Album Name: Clarity
- Release Date: December 12, 2012
- Genre: Genius Britain, Electronic, Pop
- Record Label: Interscope
- Written By: Porter Robinson, Matthew Koma, Skylar Grey & Zedd
- Performance: Peaked at No.
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Zedd featuring Foxes – Clarity Review
The album ‘Clarity’ by Zedd is undoubtedly among the most anticipated albums in the current explosion of the dance music landscape. It is logically a beautifully and carefully composed concept marking a defining moment in the early career of the young record producer.
Zedd’s decision to spend time with the living legend Jimmy Iovine has definitely paid off. There is much to this CD than its simple track selection. There is a clear feeling of intent and intangible sense in producing the album.
The single ‘Clarity’ not just serves as the title track of the album. It can also be considered as the best piece in the CD. The emotive vocals lent from Foxes stole the show from Ellie Goulding, who was featured in another track in the same album.
The song is characterized by monolithic chord play and brilliant choral sections that flourish together. The result has a jaw-dropping sense of epic proportions. Most music critics simply think that the track is beautiful as well as evocative. And we can’t beg to disagree.
Overall, the song has the potential to be a run-away smash hit for Zedd. To some, it can be the female-driven counterpart to ‘Spectrum’s.’