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EP Review: The Love Era by The Mocking Jays

The Love Era by The Mocking Jays
So the boys in the band have done it again, and they have just released their debut EP! And let me tell you, it's a good 'en. It's a four-track EP and each song takes you on a magical little journey. And track three totally doesn't make me burst into tears repeatedly every time I hear it... no... totally not! So this EP was released on the 9th of March and you should really go and check it out because it's incredible. The first track is Close To You and I've already done a full single review on CTY, and I've stated my opinions on this track before so I'm not going to go so in-depth because a couple of posts back is my thoughts of it! However, the song has grown on me and I still bop along to it, but yeah not going to talk too much about it. The next track is Funny Bones and YES YES YES YES YES. I've always loved Funny Bones and it's such a little angsty song, this is the biggest bop on the EP, and I'm not afr…

New Music Review: Holygood, The Half Eight, Best Of Enemies and More!

I was supposed to upload on Friday, but I was really ill so chose not to, and now I'm here to give you a mega review of new music. We're doing 6 reviews in one! So let's get into this!
Also because there is 6 reviews these aren't going to be like 500-700 words per song reviews, but it means I ramble less.
Holygood So Holygood is officially a band. Holygood used to be Light You Up and I absolutely adored Light You Up so when I saw all the stuff about them returning as Holygood of course I became incredibly excited.
So Holygood released their debut single Oh No! on the 22nd of February and holy hell its good (see what I did there? Sorry when the chance arises to make a pun I take it).
I can’t get this song out of my head. It’s stuck in there. And it’s incredible how catchy it is.
It’s definitely more poppy than Light You Up was but not too much that makes you disappointed. Believe me, this song really doesn’t disappoint.
The lyrics are so powerful and really do hit a pla…