Carly Rae Jepsen Wants To Cozy Up To You On Her Latest Single ‘Warm Blood’

08.01.15 2 years ago 3 Comments
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Carly Rae Jepsen may not have given the world the song of the summer, but her forthcoming album E•MO•TION might just end up being this season’s best come its release on August 21st.

Thus far, we’ve heard “Run Away with Me”, “Your Type”, and “I Really Like You”, a lead single that came complete with a music video starring Tom Hanks and Justin Bieber. The pop singer also released one of my personal favorites in “All That” (no, not the Nickelodeon show), a lush lounger co-written and produced by masters of ’80s pop, Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Sky Ferreria, Beyonce) and Dev Hynes of Blood Orange.

Now, Jepsen has unveiled “Warm Blood”, a pulsing and cozy little pop ditty that was produced and co-written by  Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend. (Also, no relation to “Bad Blood”.) Oftentimes, a single’s YouTube artwork doesn’t tie in much with the actual music; that’s not the case here, as “Warm Blood” sounds like late ’70s and’ 80s dance music melting together in sticky, stylish fashion. Listen in below.

(Via YouTube)

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