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Somewhere in My Heart

"Somewhere in My Heart"
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Single by Aztec Camera
from the album Love
Released1987 (Australia)
1988 (United Kingdom)
Recorded1987
GenreNew wave, pop rock
Length3:52
Roddy Frame
Michael Jonzun
Aztec Camera singles chronology
"How Men Are"
(1988)
"Somewhere in My Heart"
(1987)
"Working in a Goldmine"
(1988)
Music video
"Somewhere in My Heart on YouTube

"Somewhere in My Heart" is the twelfth single and biggest hit by the Scottish band Aztec Camera. It was released as the third single from their 1987 studio album Love. The song was produced by Michael Jonzun and written by Roddy Frame. The music video was directed by John Scarlett-Davis and produced by Nick Verden for Radar Films. Frame said in 2014 that the song has been "great" for him, but at the time of creating the album, the song was not "in keeping" with the rest of Love. Frame revealed in a radio interview with the "Soho Social" programme, presented by Dan Gray, that he considered "Somewhere In My Heart" an odd song and initially thought it would be best as a B-side.[1]

Chart performance

The song reached number three in the UK Singles Chart.[2] It also reached number 34 in the Australian Singles Chart.[3]

Charts

Chart (1987-1988) Peak
position
Australia 34
Germany 45
Ireland 6
United Kingdom 3

Popular Culture

The song is featured prominently in the 2019 film 47 Meters Down: Uncaged and the 2020 Netflix series I Am Not Okay With This

Critical reaction

In their album review of Love, In The 80s mentioned that, "It is anchored by the song Somewhere in My Heart, which, of course, is the ultimate pop song",[4] while Allmusic stated that Love "belatedly took off after its second [sic] single, Somewhere in My Heart".[5]

Cover Versions

Scottish singer Todd Gordon included a ballad version of this song on his 2014 album Love dot com, featuring a flugelhorn solo by Guy Barker.

References

  1. ^ Dan Gray (19 August 2014). "August 2014". Soho Radio. Flatpak Radio. Archived from the original (Audio upload) on 6 September 2014. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 35. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
  3. ^ Somewhere In My Heart @ finnishcharts.com Retrieved July 2009
  4. ^ Love Review @ inthe80s.com Retrieved July 2009
  5. ^ Love Review @ Allmusic.com Retrieved July 2009

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