The Greatest Ever Campfire Song
Sam Tsui, Casey Breves
Why Do We Sing? (The Official Soundtrack)
3:14 April 5, 2024
BPM
130
Key
A♭ Major
Camelot
4B

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The Greatest Ever Campfire Song - Sam Tsui, Casey Breves Information

Acousticness
21%
Danceability
75%
Energy
73%
Instrumentalness
0%
Liveness
11%
Loudness
91%
Speechiness
9%
Valence
59%
Popularity
Loudness
-5.543 dB

Summary

Sam Tsui, Casey Breves made "The Greatest Ever Campfire Song" available on April 5, 2024. The duration of The Greatest Ever Campfire Song is about 3 minutes long, at 3:14. Based on our data, "The Greatest Ever Campfire Song" appears to be safe for all ages and is not considered explicit. This track is about the average length of a typical track. This song is part of Why Do We Sing? (The Official Soundtrack) by Sam Tsui, Casey Breves. The song's track number on the album is #2 out of 10 tracks. Based on our data, United States was the country where this track was produced or recorded. Based on our statistics, The Greatest Ever Campfire Song's popularity is not that popular right now. Even with the track produces more of a neutral energy, it is pretty danceable compared to others.

The Greatest Ever Campfire Song BPM

Since The Greatest Ever Campfire Song by Sam Tsui, Casey Breves has a tempo of 130 beats per a minute, the tempo markings of this song would be Allegro (fast, quick, and bright). With The Greatest Ever Campfire Song being at 130 BPM, the half-time would be 65 BPM with a double-time of 260 BPM.In addition, we consider the tempo speed to be pretty fast for this song. This makes this song perfect for activities such as, walking. The time signature for this track is 4/4.

The Greatest Ever Campfire Song Key

This song has a musical key of A♭ Major. Or for those who are familiar with the camelot wheel, this song has a camelot key of 4B. So, the perfect camelot match for 4B would be either 4B or 5A. While, 5B can give you a low energy boost. For moderate energy boost, you would use 1B and a high energy boost can either be 6B or 11B. Though, if you want a low energy drop, you should looking for songs with either a camelot key of 4A or 3B will give you a low energy drop, 7B would be a moderate one, and 2B or 9B would be a high energy drop. Lastly, 1A allows you to change the mood.

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ISRC
USUM72402073
Label
L-M Records/RCA Records

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