A simple concept, a quirky verse, supported by a colourful and professional soundscape, rising energy and an overall good-vibe – Hello Adele is everything the title implies, and yet nothing like you might imagine it to be.
At its core, Hello Adele leads with a pop-dance aura – multiple layers of synths and instances of optimism build up towards the inevitable drop into a groove that’s easy to love. Uplifting, energizing, the perfect way to re-ignite the positivity of the summer. Before this, clear-cut vocals add an unexpected level of character, and that quirky opening verse undoubtedly furthers this.
There’s a definite simplicity to this track, the lyrics in particular but also just in the way it takes a well-known name and a few well-publicized aspects relating to that name, then essentially goes on to present a likable summer dance track with an easy-going, lighthearted groove.
The title works well to intrigue, and when all is said and done, the verse kind of leans in a similar direction. It’s vague, on the one hand, yet surprisingly specific on the other.
Great production, and interesting vocals – a little punk-pop-like in tone and style. Jupiter Jane have mastered this style of creativity, and the single works well in drawing attention to their work.