Avicii’s new single, addicted to you, the 4th single for the album ‘True’ has taken a slightly different approach from the rest of the album. Combining a loud drumbeat with the acoustic guitar, the song sounds at the same time quite upbeat, but the vocals are quite sombre. Not doing quite as well as the other songs from the album, ‘Wake Me Up’, ‘You Make Me’ and ‘Hey Brother’ (source Official Charts UK) is a rather shame, as I find this song quite a welcome change from the other songs from the chart; it keeps the tradition of this album of an upbeat tune, but then putting it up against the rather sad and quite early 20th century sounding vocals, produced by Audra Mae, an American folk rock singer-writer. The song talks about how love can be addicting (as explicitly shown by the title) but can also drive people insane and out of control. The music video reflects this, as it shows two female homosexual lovers, who both are robbers. After a bar robbery, they attempt a bank heist, which goes horribly wrong when one of the two lovers gets shot by a sniper. After the surviving women walks out of the bank, surrounded by police officers, she runs at them and blows up a bomb, becoming a suicide bomber due to the loss of her love. This reflects how love can turn people literally insane, irrational and inconceivable after the loss of a loved one. Overall, with the music video, Avicii – Addicted To You is quite a good contender in the charts, however it falls short as being classed a dance single (but also soul) it’s not quite what Avicii’s fans are used to, as they’re use to much more electronic songs, like Wake Me Up, therefore it couldn’t quite muster the top chart spot in the UK, however it nonetheless is a good song and and worth your while to listen to!