Broke My Heart is a pop effort that possible considerable instrumental ability; Alice Sungurov creates vocals during this single that tie together Jewel, Kelly Clarkson, and Avril Lavigne. The spontaneous approach taken by the instrumentation on Broke My Heart imbues the effort with considerable replay value, something that is further bolstered through a larger than life arrangement. The track may be a hair over four minutes but all of the twists and turns that are here make the cut resound long after the last strains of the track cease. A guitar / bass dynamic pushes the latter half of Broke My Heart into an entiretly new plateau, with the resulting effort unwilling to let listeners breathe.
With something for everyone, Broke My Heart is a track that seems destined for radio rotation. There is a unique style that is built up here that will draw listeners in; while Sungurov plays by her own rules, there is still enough peppiness and catchy touches placed into Broke My Heart that listeners to a wide swath of genres will be able to find something that they can appreciate. The mid-track bridge to Broke My Heart spins things into a bold new direction, garnering additional momentum as Sungurov moves into the second section of the song.
Make sure to visit Sungurov’s website for additional samples, news, and biographical information; with all of the nuance and complexity that is present in Broke My Heart, I know that I will be eagerly anticipating any coming down the pipeline from the Sungurov pipeline, and you should be as well.
Alice Sungurov Broke My Heart Single Review