Bring Me The Horizon – “Chantilly” Album Review
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The buzz around Only Music’s new single, Chantilly, is huge. Only fans have been eagerly awaiting its arrival with both vigor and bile. It’s from their wildly successful 2021 debut album, Only One: Music from Only One, that the single came from and which is still their best-known single. It’s a fresh and bouncy pop tune about the singer’s beloved cat, Charli Lee. And it features some of the only high notes, the band has played throughout their lengthy career: cellos, acoustic guitar, keyboards, and, of course, the only girl in this group, Brittany Elizabeth.
“Chantilly” is also the first single from the band’s follow-up to 2021’s “Only One”, This Time, which was also a massive hit. Here, they tackle the subject of divorce, or more specifically, how one can go through it without losing anyone they love. This is a subject many artists have tackled before, but few have been able to do so convincingly. The power of these songs lies in the singer’s ability to draw the listener into the lyrics. Brittany Elizabeth proves to the audience in this track that she has the talent to take you inside her head and make you feel what she’s feeling.
The sound effects and piano playing on “Chantilly” are incredibly powerful. The use of the band’s touring musicians along with the band instrumentals really add to the intensity of the song. The piano sounds especially great when the girl screaming “every good night, love” comes to the forefront. The song just flows. The only minor complaint regarding “Chantilly” is that it lacks the original “Chantilly” sample from Back To The Future II. Though it’s a minor gripe, it’s something you’ll likely deal with since this is an album filled with music from many different artists.
“Chantilly” also features the single’s video, featuring the girl performing alone at a shopping mall as hundreds of people look on. While this may not be the most popular video from their catalog, it does still make for an interesting watch. As the song plays, the viewer can almost imagine they’re sitting in a mall and seeing the girl dancing alone. This all adds up to a perfect storm of emotions to get you interested in the newly reunited Bring Me The Horizon band, who’s new single, “Chantilly,” is currently enjoying the top spot on Dance City.
If you’re a fan of Bring Me The Horizon, “Chantilly” might be the perfect video to get you started. The song is from their new album, which is due out in March, so get to your computer and search for the danceable video. As if you haven’t listened to it already, you might want to see the group’s performance of it at the upcoming Bonnaroo Music Festival.