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New In Notts: The Half Eight and Fast Car To Florence

So after a long time Fast Car have finally ends the silence and boy, it’s good! 
Their comeback tune is called No Excuses, and already if that title doesn’t win you over I don’t know what will.
It’s exactly what you’d want to come from Fast Car To Florence after a long time, and it makes me very happy to have this song available.
It’s not my favourite track that they’ve ever done because It Gets Old and Sick On My Own are still getting that spot. But it’s still top notch. It reminds me a lot of the Address The World sound, similar to Hypnotise You. Which that was an amazing song and that was actually the song that I first heard by them!
I’ve said this time and time again and I will continue to say it, Isaac has such a lovely voice and he can sing anything and it sound amazing. And this song is no exception. It’s a beautiful song that makes you feel warm inside the song is about self realisation and not being hard on yourself but also knowing when you’re not being hard enough on your self.
It’s a great song with a great message, and of course I love it with it being from Fast Car. It’s such a great song and I highly recommend it.
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Overall I’d give it 5 out of 5 lemons.

The Half Eight have dropped another new song and I’m not complaining cause they’re absolutely slaying the scene currently with banter after banger after banger. This time the track is called Guilty Pleasure and I think that says enough.
It’s definitely got some 80s vibes to it which a lot of their songs seem to have, which I think is great as the 80s was a great time for music.
I prefer this track to last weeks release and it makes me really excited hearing all the new songs that they’re releasing as it gets me even more hyped for the Notts gig on the First Last Tour.
The Half Eight are currently slaying the scene with dropping all these new bangers.
The Half Eight are really proving their talent with all these new tracks, and it's putting them on the map in my opinon, I'm really excited to see what else is going to hit us soon!
Overall a solid 5 out of 5 lemons
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