JLS. Everybody In Love. Review.

. Tuesday, 3 November 2009
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JLS- the runner-up- of X Factor 2008- have just released their second single from their debut, self-titled album. They are rapidly becoming Britain's most loved boy band, and I wouldn't be surprised if they overtook Westlife sometime in the near future.
When I first Beat Again I wasn't that impressed, but I knew that the single would do extremely well because of a little, unknown show called the X Factor and the "OH MY GOD it's JLS- let's go run and scream at them" girls.
When I first heard Everybody in Love I was pleasantly surprised. The chorus has an undeniably excellent production for the targeted audience- I wonder who they are(!?)- with an amazingly, annoyingly, and crazily catchy chorus that refuses to exit your brain all week- that's right! My only criticism would be that this sure-for-number-one-hit song sounds a little too polished and perfected, but what else should I expect from the "One and Only"-Pah!- JLS. And not to worry there are plenty of good 'ole X Factor warbles, that are actually quite pleasing and decent. Despite what you may think; these guys can actually sing.
Anyway, how could a song go wrong when it starts with synthesised horns and a Westilfe-inspired single cover? Better than the debut.
Here is the video. Cheese, anyone?