Alex & Sierra New Acoustic “Bumper Cars” – VIDEO

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Watch Alex & Sierra perform an acoustic version of their new song, “Bumper Cars,” from the duo’s debut album, It’s About Us, available everywhere on October 7.

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The latest “Bumper Cars” is an emotional song about a broken relationship. The intimate performance is set on an island in the inter coastal off of Daytona Beach.

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“One of our favorite things to do,” says Alex, “is to go to the islands and hang out with our friends and…just have a good time.”

Alex & Sierra are currently on tour opening for singer/songwriter, Colbie Caillat

Check it the performance below:

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4 Comments

  1. they just sound amazing and all of the released tracks since I pre-ordered the album are awesome

  2. I’m really surprised no one has jumped all over them about this song sounding way too similar to Christina Perri’s song Jar of Hearts. Especially the chorus.

    You’d think their producer would’ve noticed this when they recorded the song.

  3. Pretty melody, but I find the central metaphor of two lovers colliding like bumper cars pretty juvenile. Perhaps a teen audience won’t be bothered by such an obvious metaphor, but A&S should be aiming for more lyrical sophistication if they want to have a lasting career, especially in the singer-songwriter genre, where lyrics matter. They’re not going to want to play this one in public after touring the first album.

    And yes, I hear the similarity to Jar of Hearts in the chorus, too.

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