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Single Review: Out Of My Mind by AVAERA

So AVAERA are here and they’ve released their first single!
The used to be Stop The Rain but they rebranded and I’m here for it because If you know me then you know Stop The Rain had a special place in my heart.
But the new single is out and it slaps!
The new single is titled Out Of My Mind and honestly yes. What a tune!

I've been obsessed with it since it came out, and we all know I'm a sucker for a good Scottish band because Scottish accents. So, let's talk about this track.

It's got a proper catchy tune, and it's one of the most infectious songs I've heard in a long time.

It's one of them songs that once you've heard it once, you have to listen to it another 100 times before you can take a break from listening to it.

It's currently my most listened to track, and that says a lot because there's been a lot of newness recently.

It's a perfect song, and I don't often say that a song is perfect, but Out of My Mind is very much perfection.…

EP Review: JSA

JSA are back with an EP.

JSA are a five-piece alt-rock band from Croydon. They originally formed back in the late 00's, but the band went on hiatus after a few EP's. However, the band is now back together and they're releasing their new EP on the 14th, which is this week. And I'm coming to you early with a review of the new EP 'Ghosts'.

The EP was mixed and mastered by Alan Smith.



The EP is 5 tracks long, and the first track is Everything. It's a pretty solid track, not my favourite on the EP but it's still good. It's definitely a good opener. The lyrics are beautiful and both the vocals and instrumentals compliment that.

The second track is Factory, and honestly, I love the intro to this track. It's a little more laid back than Everything, and in a way, this one gives me a sort of Busted vibe. The lyrics are great though, it almost sounds a bit like Mayday Parade in a way, which I wouldn't complain about because I love Mayday to bits. The …

Band Review: Kid Amelia

Kid Amelia are a 4-piece indie/alt-rock band hailing from Nottingham.

For fans of - The 1975, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Nothing but Thieves, Arctic Monkeys and The Xcerts

I'd heard of them before seeing them with The Mocking Jays, however, that was the first time I'd seen them live. They're quite a good band, and I do love finding a good local band that I can support. They have a good sound, it's unique, it's similar to The Xcerts but it has their own little twist on it.

They're the sort of band that if I was at a gig or festival that I was at as well, and they didn't clash then I'd probably go and see them again. They're not a band that I'll be dying to attend every gig for because that's something that's a struggle for me with bands.

I will say that their live performance was a lot better than expected, and by that, I don't mean their musical performance, I mean the lighting and the masks and the little details. They did well, a…