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Single Review: My Confession by Left Hand Lane

We have new Left Hand Lane and I actually love this track! It's called My Confession, and it's such a tune! Last year they released Skank which was good, but My Confession is next level. It's catchy, it's got a great rhythm to it, it's got some great lyrics to accompany it. It's a phenomenal track, and I'm so blown away with the pure talent LHL have. It showcases their true potential and what they're capable of. 

I didn't expect to love this song as much as I do, and I'm honestly so proud of LHL because they're a Notts band and I have a lot of pride for the local music scene. This song proves that Notts bands have an insane amount of talent. It's also great that music is still being released during lockdown, because a lot of gigs and albums have been pushed back, so any new music I'll happily accept. 

Left Hand Lane, have proved that they deserve to be up there with some of the best Notts bands and that they have an insane amount of talent. My Confession is one of my favourite tracks that's been released lately. I'd even go as far as to say it's one of my favourite singles of the year, it would certainly make it into the top 10 at this point. 

Take this as the opportunity to go and listen to Left Hand Lane and support them! Go and show them the support they deserve, and show them the love and appreciation they deserve. If you like the track, then play it on repeat, add it to your playlists, post it on social media, even if only one person notices it, then that's you introducing another person to an incredible band. 

I'm actually really excited to see what LHL release next because My Confession is a next level banger. Honestly, what a song. Jimbo's vocals are complimentary on this track and George, Pierce and Bobbi have so much talent! 

Overall, I'll give My Confession a solid 5/5 lemons! Please go and show them some love and appreciation. 

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