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Letdown by Give Me A Reason

  Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we’re finally talking about our friends from Switzerland, Give Me A Reason. It feels like forever since we last spoke about this lovely lot, but we’re back talking about them again! They dropped a new track on Friday, titled Letdown.  This track has such a nice, refreshing feel to it. It’s got a sort of electric feeling on the intro, but when the track properly kicks in, you get the pop-punk and rock feel to it. I absolutely love the sound of this track. It’s super refreshing, and interesting to listen to. It’s got such a cool, catchy feeling to it. It’s a belter, and it truly does pack a punch. It’s incredible. It’s insane!  This track is just extraordinary. It’s honestly a masterpiece, and I’m well and truly obsessed with it. I’m just such a sucker for this track, this is everything I could have hoped it would be and more! Honestly so here for this track. It’s just insane, if you haven’t heard this track, then you NEED to go and check it out.
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