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Single Review: whatever makes you feel safe by Distant Blue



They're back! It's been a long time (not that long) since the release of MYMINDISOUTOFME, but they are back with their brand new single whatever makes you feel safe, and spoiler alert, it slaps!

From the first listen I am ranking it up there in my top 3, Distant Blue don't have a bad song but this song is next level insane. It reminds me of Bring Me The Horizon and Trash Boat. It's the perfect song, it's heavier than their other tracks, but I'm here for it. This song makes me excited about music, it's the song I want to hear live, so lads when this whole thing blows over and the worlds back to normal, a gig yeah?

So it's heavier than their other tracks, but it's fast-paced, it's energetic, it's an anthem. This track proves that Distant Blue get better and better with the more tracks they put out. Hearing this track, makes me feel so proud of them because they're coming so far and releasing such solid tracks that you want to listen to whilst doing 70mph, with the windows down. They have so much talent, they're such a standout for me in terms of bands in the Notts scene, they're so talented, and their tracks sound better than a lot of bigger artists tracks.

This track is making it to the best tracks of this year, I'm telling you that now! 100% one of the best tracks of this year, it's going to be hard for a song to top this one.

It's such a powerful song that I want it tattooed on me. Been a long time since I've said that about a song, so that says something! I think I've got a new favourite song currently because whatever makes you feel safe is just insane.

This track showcases the true talent that Distant Blue have, and if you haven't seen them live before, then this song will make you want to see them live, so when the opportunity arises you should 100% go if you can! I'm so excited to see what comes next because this track is legendary. Go buy it, go stream it, go play it until the world is sick of hearing it, tell your friends about it, play it for all your neighbours as quarantine entertainment, whatever you want to do to promote this song, do it.

Distant Blue are one of Notts best-kept secrets and this song is going to make you love this band, so go and listen to it on repeat for a month! Show Distant Blue the love and appreciation they deserve.

Overall, I have to give it a 6 out of 5 because this song really did exceed my expectations, and it's solid. I'm blown away by this track!

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