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Single Review: Reflections by Four Thousand Miles



Now, this is their second track. I reviewed Lonely when that came out, and I adored that song so I had high hopes and they exceeded all expectations. I've been so excited about this release since they announced it, this track is so mind-blowing and earth-shattering. Like did Alex have to go that hard with the vocals? No, but did he? Yes.

My mind is honestly so blown with the level of perfection this song is. This is the sort of song I need in my life, like for as long as Four Thousand Miles exist I think I'm going to be a tad bit obsessed and have a lot of love for them. Every opportunity I get to work on one of their tracks I'm going to do it, because this band! They're so talented and they got so much potential! The music they're dropping is insane, I know we've only got two tracks but they're blowing my mind.

So we start thinking, okay this is a decent song, got a good beat, nice and engaging, and then the chorus hits and I'm telling you they didn't have to go that hard but I'm so glad they did. I love a lot of music, but it's not as often that music makes me excited, but Four Thousand Miles makes me so excited! If this doesn't become one of my top 5 most listened to tracks this month I'll be shocked, because after about 5 listens I've become obsessed, and I just know that the more I listen to it the more I'm going to become obsessed. I mean I think my love for this song is very evident since it's been out less than half an hour and I'm already writing this post, although this isn't going up yet. This song is going to be the song I tell everyone they have to listen to because it's mind-blowing, but I did that with the last track, and I honestly think I'll continue to do it with every track they release. I've already got so much love for this band and they only have two tracks!

I also want to say that I love the lyrics to this track, there's some lines that have hit me in places I hate to be hit but also love when a song hits there. As the chorus echoes "You stole the greatest part of me and now I'm struggling to breath" I'm here nearly crying because of the pure talent. Whatever you're doing go and pop this track on, and let it blow your mind at how talented this band is! If you haven't heard Lonely nor read my review go and do that too, you can find it here!

This song has put Four Thousand Miles in my top 3 when it comes to my smaller bands, and in all honesty, I'd probably put them in my top 5 overall of all bands in existence, and that says something for me because that's a very solid list, but this band is just so talented and the energy their songs project is insane! They're the sort of songs that would be insane to hear live.

Overall I'm giving Reflections a solid 6 out of 5 lemons, I'll go as far as to say the most elite ranking I give which is 6 out of 5 sparkly lemons, but for a more professional look we say 5 out of 5 but it really is a 6 out of 5 because WHAT A SONG! WHAT A BAND! Go listen to it right now! No excuses I want to see you all listening to this track and loving it.

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