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Single Review: What You Want by Home Wrecked

Home Wrecked have just released their new single What You Want. Spoiler alert: it slaps. Home Wrecked are a relatively new band to me, I only discovered them about 2 months ago, but I honestly love them! One of my favourite things about this track is the progression and depth in the sound. It sounds on the heavier side of pop-punk whilst also sounding very classic pop-punk at the same time. There's just something about it that's unique and that sets them apart from the rest! It's a very catchy track, and it's a song that's going to be stuck in my head when I stop listening to it. It sounds heavy whilst not actually being that heavy, but I love that. I would compare it to Four Year Strong and Chunk! No Captain Chunk! and in that retrospect, I guess I'm branding it as easycore, but it's so good! I find it quite refreshing to hear this song in the pop-punk scene when a lot of bands are switching to a more mainstream, poppier sound, which isn't bad

New in Music: Four Year Strong, Enter Shikari, Belmont and More

The past few weeks have been quite exciting when it comes to releases in music, it seems to be that music is being thrown at us from all directions, and honestly, I'm here for it. So it's time for me to crack on with this post because it's going to be a long one! We've got a lot of bands to talk about and a lot of new tracks. All Time Low- All Time Low is a band that I used to love but I wasn't overly fond on the last album, so their new tracks weren't top of my list, but now I'm even more shocked because I didn't have high hopes. So they have Some Kind of Disaster and Sleeping In and wow. Mindblown. Some Kind of Disaster is very much for me, comparable to Dirty Work and that was my favourite ATL album, I really like it and I think it's very catchy and it's interesting when it comes to the sound because there's so much change. It shows why All Time Low are still out here making bangers and having a large following. However, moving onto