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Single Review: Numbers and Hanging Up by Isaac Anderson

So Isaac is back again, and he's released two new songs since the last post. And I'm going to review both tracks!

I do not own this photo. Credit goes to Tom Goddard
This is an absolute tune, I was very sceptical to listen to it at first because the last track was so beautiful, so I didn't know what to initally think. However, when I took the plunge after a couple of hours, I did it and I listened to it and I loved it so much!
The sound reminds me very much of Address The World by FCTF which obviously there's going to be similarities as it's the band that Isaac fronts, but it's like that softer sound in comparison to The Illusion Of Being Fair. However, it has such a nice beat and an extremely catchy tune. The meaning behind the song is about trying not to beat yourself up for not feeling like you're doing enough with the time that you've got or 'Like your life is slipping away' (Isaac's own words). It's got a beautifully powerful set of lyrics. It has so much strength and it says a lot. It's a beautiful track, and I do really like it.
Overall I think I'd give it 4 out of 5 lemons, it's such a beautiful song and you should go and show it some love!

Hanging Up:

This was the first track that Isaac posted of his solo music on Soundcloud, but he's now properly released it onto streaming platforms and that sort of thing. So you can enjoy it on whatever platform you use.
When I first heard this song I was in love with it, every time I listen to it, it reminds me of Ed Sheeran and The 1975. It's such an incredible piece of music. It's so catchy, but that seems to be the theme with Isaac's solo music so far, it's all incredibly catchy. It gets stuck in your head and you want to play it on repeat until you're sick of it, but so far I haven't become sick of any of the three tracks.
I love the lyrics to this song, I also think this track compliments Isaac's vocal abilities so much (I miss hearing him sing live, so maybe I'll have to get myself to a show at the next opportunity). Isaac has a beautiful voice, and he can pull off a lot of things, and this track proves that. I don't think I've ever heard Isaac sing something that I haven't enjoyed.
This song is definitely my favourite that he's released so far, and I'm so glad it's readily available for the listening pleasure of everyone.
Overall Hanging Up is a solid 5 out of 5 lemons here, because wow what a masterpiece it is! I love it so much, and if you want something new to listen to then go and check this piece of music out now!

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