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Anticipated Releases for 2020

So it's a new year and there's a lot of bands releasing new music this year so I'm going to give a quick little lowdown on which ones I'm most excited for.

Twin Atlantic - They are dropping their new album on Friday so there will be a review of that of course. But them being my favourite band means I'm quite excited for it especially since it's been more than 3 years since GLA.

A Day To Remember - ADTR were supposed to release their new album You're Welcome last year but they pushed it back, but that means it'll be dropping this year so let's hope for the best because some new ADTR would be great since it's also been over 3 years since Bad Vibrations.

Deaf Havana - Now they didn't say what would drop this year, but a while ago one of the members said on Instagram about how they would be releasing some new music this year probably the later end of the year and it could just be a single but the Rituals era has officially ended now so the new era will be born.

The Mocking Jays - We all know that over here they're a favourite so the fact they're going to be releasing new music this year is amazing.

Distant Blue - The same goes with DB because they're an incredible band and I'm super excited to see what's in store.

Neck Deep - It seems like forever since we had new Neck Deep music, and they're rumoured to be releasing a new album this year so we're going to hope for the best.

Four Year Strong - FYS are releasing their first studio album since 2015, and it's coming out sooner than expected. It was only announced last week and it's dropping on the 28th of February.

There are a lot more bands dropping new music this year, and I am excited about a lot of them but these are the ones I'm most excited about. Also, we'll be back to reviews again next week!

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