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Single Review: English Skin by Fast Car To Florence

A.N. I know I've been inactive recently because covid-19 exists and that means there's very little being released currently, and obviously, all gigs are off until further notice, however, there's a few releases coming up, and I will do posts when there's something to write about. 



Fast Car To Florence are back again with another song, but this time to some it will be new, to returning fans it is just reworked, reimagined, reborn. 


I will admit I adore this track, and the new version of the track really does showcase Fast Car's true talent. Every time I write something about Isaac I always say how beautiful his voice is, and I have to say it again. Isaac has such a beautiful voice
The new version doesn't sound dissimilar to the original, it's just a bit more powerful and has a more refined sound to it when you compare it to the version we all knew and loved.
It's an incredible track, and it's nice that it still exists within this new era of Fast Car, and it does excite me for whatever happens next. Cry was an absolute tune and the fact English Skin is back is a big yes. Fast Car have the potential to achieve big things, and English Skin proves that.
The music video follows the same sort of format as Cry did, but it's a lot more professional and aesthetically fitting than their previous videos. So far I'm kind of living for this new FCTF era.
Overall, I'm going to give English Skin, 4 out of 5 lemons. I adore the track, and I'm very excited to see what comes next for Fast Car.



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