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Band Review: Seasonal

It feels like it's been forever since I sat down and did a band review, because frankly we've had a lot of new releases and a couple of live reviews! But I'm here to slip in a little band review!

Seasonal
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So, Seasonal are a pop rock from Surrey! I first came across them because they followed me on Instagram, and then one of their songs came up on my Facebook. So then I finally got round to listening to them! And WOW! This band is just out there slaying! They're making killer bops! Like YES! 1000% YES! They're a band that I find incredible. They remind me of another band but I can't remember who it is, but it's another band I love!
They have also played with some bigger bands that I adore so I mean they gotta be good right? I think they're just such an incredible band and I'd love to see these guys grow. They deserve that love and support!
The band consists of;
Max O'Neill - Guitar
Matt Truseler - Vocals/Bass
Alex Tickner - Drums
Alex Coombes - Guitar
And honestly, they sound incredible, they're definitely a band I'd love to see live, cause you can tell from their songs that there'd be a decent amount of energy there! I'd definitely say if you like bands like All Time Low then you'd probably really enjoy these guys! I'm really excited to see what they have in store for us next because they're really good. Definitely up there with my favourite smaller bands, They're an absolute bop! I can't recommend them enough, honestly, you NEED to go check these guys out because I N C R E D I B L E.
I'm 100% keeping these guys on my radar and I'll do posts as more things happen with them.
There latest EP was released back in October and it SLAPS SO HARD. You need it in your life!
But go give these guys a listen, check them out, show them some love and enjoy their incredible music!
Overall I'm giving them a solid 4.8 out of 5 lemons, they really are an incredible band and I feel like they can achieve big things!
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