Good afternoon, and so to the most important question of the day: why is Dario G's 1998 hit "Sunchyme" currently trending on Twitter. As of today, the 6th of October, it has been creeping up the most talked about agenda and nobody seems to understand why...
I don't know why Dario G - Sunchyme is trending but it's an absolute tune
— Amy (@MrsAmyLenton) October 6, 2016
No idea why Dario G's Sunchyme is trending but here's a plus one from me. What an absolute banger.
— Ceri Taylor (@ceritaylor) October 6, 2016
No idea why Dario G "Sunchyme" is trending, but I still love that tune. Starts with wistful melancholy, builds into energetic optimism.
— Andrej (@AndrejNkv) October 6, 2016
What now appears to be happening, as a result of this confusion, is a self-fulfilling prophecy of sorts. As more and more people begin to ask today's big question—namely, why is "Sunchyme" by Dario G trending—the number of mentions of Dario G increases, as does the number of smug twats incorrectly saying the original by Dream Academy is better, and so the propensity of the song's presence on Twitter grows and grows. Anyway, let's get to the point, the reason we're all actually here, and let's listen to "Sunchyme" by Dario G.
That felt good, didn't it? Go on, have another go.
Bliss. Once more? Okay then.
And look at that, in the time you spent listening to Dario G's "Sunchyme" three times in a row—and three is definitely enough by the way, it's good, but not 'four times in a row' good, it's not "Children" by Robert Miles, come on—someone has actually cracked it and worked out why Dario G's "Sunchyme" is trending.
There we go, it's because Heart Essex accidentally tweeted the name of the song 60 times in the space of an hour.