Coming in at a pretty prefect three minutes thirty, 3G’s keep things classic-pop consistently throughout this brand new single.
Featuring a hint of an organic set-up but a generally electro-pop soundscape on the whole, Wrong Lover leads the way with retro production yet a clear live-sound potential all at once.
Introducing equally nostalgic, soulfully meandering vocals – taking a verse each for clear dynamic and character (a trait furthered in the switch between languages) – Wrong Lover tells its story amidst a downpour of vintage synths and flickers of stylish, mildly distorted guitar.
Throw in a consistently evolving melody, and an overall structure that feels exciting, unpredictable, even theatrical as it progresses, and the single is quick to leave its mark. The latter half even sees things lean notably towards a more Santana-esque world-music kind of aura – the guitar taking the reigns, and that now familiar RnB hook proving easily recognisable.