Trends: Tori Amos Tries A Classical Path

tori amos Trends: Tori Amos Tries A Classical Path

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For her twelfth studio album due this September, Tori Amos is putting a different spin on the singer-songwriter genre she’s known for, inspired by classical music from the last 400 years.

Amos’ own thirty year solo career has gained her 40,591,981 plays from 977,547 listeners on – but which era do they love the most? Trends is looking into her scrobbles to see if fans will follow her new direction.

toriamostracks Trends: Tori Amos Tries A Classical Path

Her six-month chart shown above indicates that fans are still most attached to her older hits: the newest track in the top five is 2002’s “A Sorta Fairytale”. Top of the pile is 1994’s “Cornflake Girl”, gaining 1,026,431 scrobbles from 215,775 listeners over all time.

toriamostrend Trends: Tori Amos Tries A Classical PathNewer tracks like “Welcome To England” reside lower in her chart (in this case, #38) but share the same Recent Listening Trend as more popular tracks: a small drop-off of late should be rejuvenated by her new material, as her fans get excited for her forthcoming release.

Learn more about Tori Amos at her page. Meanwhile, Trends brings you the news in scrobbles every weekday.

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