Even though Natalie Imbruglia had only one hit, all the kids from the ‘90s undoubtedly have major flashbacks to sitting in front of the TV and feeling sad for Natalie because things were literally falling apart around her in the video, making it the heartache anthem sung by all the emo kids later on (myself very much included). I even misheard the “the perfect sky is torn” as “the perfect guy is torn”, and probably wept because of this unfair tragedy that Natalie knew oh so well.
Flash forward a few years later, Natalie is coming to Zagreb in May to play an acoustic gig for all the nostalgic millennials in the audience. Check out the event here.
Bryan Adams, on the other hand, has had a very successful career of over 35 years and is definitely not a one hit wonder, which has, frankly, only given him more material to make our teenage angst worse when we listenined to classic ballads such as (Everything I Do) I Do It For You or Please Forgive Me. The Canadian singer and photographer is coming to Zagreb in November, so there’s plenty of time to listen not only to the sad songs, but also to upbeat hits that made us believe there’s still some hope left, such as Summer of 69 and All for Love. Check out the event here: here
Anyone else feel like making a mixtape all of a sudden?