London, April 23: A new study has revealed that women find complex music sexy.
According to the researchers, when women were asked to choose between composers of different types of music for a night of love, they preferred the writer of a difficult piece over the one who produced a simple tune, Metro.co.uk reported.
The study conducted by University of Sussex found that syncopated off-beat rhythms, typical of jazz, proved more of a turn-on than simple chords and melodies for women.
The study was published in the Royal Society journal. (ANI)