** You have to commend him for somehow creating a song that's even more generic than his previous two, not to mention worse. Offers nothing, repeats the title to ad nauseum, and when he's feeling a bit unimaginative, adds plenty of 'oh-oh-ohs' to drag it to a painful three-and-a-bit minutes.
*** Catch me on the right day and I don't mind this actually. Timomatic will be quick to note how much he put into this work of art.<br><br>There's a lot of youthful energy on display, and I think the multiple lyricists really helped to put a true statement of belief on display, for that I salute them. Last edited: 19/09/2013 15:10
*** I'd rate it slightly above "Set It Off" nowadays. I really liked it at first but it got old quickly. The repetition in the chorus brings it down quite a bit. Does have some good energy aside from that though. Last edited: 08/06/2017 14:31
*** I can feel why it's his personal anthem! His decision to use an innovative dance-pop backing perfectly captures the song's euphoria and it really made me feel like I was actually with all of his party people, you know? "Can You Feel It" proudly displays Timomatic's finest influences in his Maroon 5 style 'oh oh ooh woah oh', while retaining a level of dignity in not giving a cliché shoutout to The Club (good thinking!). I guess Australia just wasn't feeling in the mood for letting go at the finest festivals in the middle of winter, or maybe they just weren't ready for so many layers of complexity. Their loss.