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Band Review: Scribble Victory

A.N. So I'm still not feeling very well, and all my energy is going on my A-Levels but I'm still here to do an upload. So because a few artists have asked me to write them reviews I decided to make this a little series. So today's is on a duo called Scribble Victory.MyVoiceBrandNew / Grace x
Name: Scribble Victory.
Scribble Victory are an acoustic duo from Derbyshire, England. They class themselves as where Modern Baseball meets Dashboard Confessional, and I could not agree more. The type of act that they are, means that they fit into different music tastes. Their voices shine beautifully through the songs. If you want something nice and calm to relax to, I mean I guess everybody has different types of music for different moods, but I've found them great to put on if I just want to be calm or if I want to revise. Because they're not to the likes of something like Twin Atlantic or Neck Deep, they're just a little bit of drum and an acoustic guitar, they can be quite calming and relaxing in sound, but they seem to get a deeper meaning when you hear the lyrics, but overall they are a really good band, and if you're on the market/Spotify/on the look out for a new band you should totally go and check them out.
How many lemons would you give them (I felt that lemons were fitting as this is lifeisalemon, so like most things, 1 will be the worst, and 5 will be top notch)? I would give Scribble Victory a solid 5 lemons, just because they're great guys, and their music is amazing and they can be of interest to many people.
Which song should I check out? I personally think that I've Made Do Without is a good song to start on, as this was the song that I started on when I discovered them, so why not go and check that out! (
Where can I find them?
Well, you can find them on Twitter (@ScribbleVictory)
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