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Dislike by WRTHLESS

  Welcome back to yet another blog post, where I'm talking about another small band. Today we're talking about WRTHLESS and more specifically their new track 'Dislike'. Now, I've been following them on Instagram for a while now, and I think I've heard a couple of their songs previously, however, Dislike, when I was listening to it caught my attention. WRTHLESS also caught my attention because they're Scottish. I think we all know, well if you're a regular around here, that Scottish bands, Notts band and Australian bands have my heart. I love all small bands, but if you're from Notts, Scotland or Australia I 100% will love you a lot.  So, Dislike is an incredible track, and it's got that classic pop-punk vibe to it. I love the vocals on the track (but I think we all expected that) and I love the tempo changes on the track. I like how engaging this track is, and the vocals when it comes to the line "I'm fucking lazy so you can get up and l
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