This is the most pop-friendly that Chairlift has ever sounded.
Kevin Korber: Chairlift are definitely going for it on “Ch-Ching”, as this is the most pop-friendly that they have ever sounded. The modern R&B rhythms aren’t surprising, given the group’s high-profile collaboration with Beyoncé, and it would be a great fit for them were it not for Caroline Polachek’s voice not really being up to the task. She’s a fine singer, but “Ch-Ching” calls for a more explosive quality that she doesn’t possess. [5/10]
Dustin Ragucos: 27 99 23, three numbers that might still be on the minds of indieholics alike years after the song loses its interest with those expecting it to be the next "Bruises". "Ch-Ching" has a nice R&B-influenced flow to it that manages to channel Nelly Furtado. Now, if you'll excuse me, there'll be a bunch of locks I need to input the song's code into. [6/10]
John Garratt: This video has to be a promotion for whoever does choreography and wardrobe. Without those elements, people all over the internet would be wondering "wait... where's the song?" [2/10]