Samiksha Jaiswal

Sun Goes Down (David Jordan song)

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Genre  Pop rock, folk
Label  ZTT, Mercury
Length  3:18
Released  4 February 2008 (physical)
Format  Digital download, CD single
Recorded  Compass Point Studios (Nassau, Bahamas)

"Sun Goes Down" is the first chart single from David Jordan, taken from his first album Set The Mood. "Sun Goes Down" was A listed by BBC Radio 1, and entered the UK Singles Chart on downloads alone on 20 January 2008 at number 56, reaching number 4 on 17 February 2008.

Jordan first performed the song live at the Royal Variety Performance in December 2007.

Critical reception

Nick Levine of Digital Spy gave the song a positive review stating:

David Jordan's debut single, 'Place In My Heart', might not have been a hit, but the Barnet boy still has the whiff of a superstar about him. Did you catch his set at the The Royal Variety Performance last month? Those lithe, swivelling hips put Mick Jagger to shame.

If 'Sun Goes Down' doesn't propel the Trevor Horn protégé towards the top of the charts, it's likely that nothing will. A mixture of Celtic fiddles, stomping, glammy beats and a chorus that could quite easily have been nicked from a Victorian playground chant, it sounds like nothing else around at the moment, while also sounding like something you've had in your CD collection for decades. Pretty nifty, eh? .

References

Sun Goes Down (David Jordan song) Wikipedia


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