Cheryl Fernandez-Versini drops her fun and feisty new single 'I Don't Care,' off her upcoming new album 'Only Human.' It was written by Bonnie McKee, Jocke Ahlund, John Newman, and Cheryl. The song's 80s pop production is undeniably catchy and it's actually a major step-up from 'Crazy Stupid Love.'
Not hard to achieve given that the lead single was pure and utter crap! It's about being care-free and not worrying about the things in life that serve little importance. I like the production a lot but the chorus is weak. I just wish it wasn't Cheryl that was singing it. Her vocals are so flat and painfully monotone. And that's throughout the entire song, even with all that vocal layering.
"I'm a woman now," she says of the catchy and carefree pop tune. "I'm at that age where things don't bother me like they used to. I still care about things, but I've discovered what's important to care about, and what's most definitely not."
The song sees an official release on November 9th.