Skip to main content

Single Review: I.D.F.I.A by Fast Car To Florence

Fast Car released their latest track technically just over a week ago but it only hit streaming platforms on Friday. It's a short and sweet track with a listening time of less than 2 and a half minutes so a really easy one for you to give a listen to! However, don't let the length deter you as this is the stand out track from the new era of Fast Car. It's loud, it's in your face, it's punk, and it's great! It's my favourite track from the new era. 

It's a song that you want to listen to on full blast, it isn't a song you can listen to quietly, it's a loud track, it's powerful, it's anthemic. This song is a banger, and to say the song is I Don't Feel It Anymore, I'm certainly feeling this song and this sound! I'm 100% here for this sound! I absolutely love it and Fast Car are out here proving that they are one of the best up and coming bands on the scene currently! 

If you haven't listened to Fast Car yet, let this be the song that introduces you to them! This is such an insane song and I'm obsessed with it! It's just so loud and it's like rock and punk and it's great. Please go and support Fast Car and show this track so much love because it really does deserve it! 

Overall I'm giving I.D.F.I.A a solid 5 out of 5 lemons, because it really does deserve that, and I'm super excited to see what Fast Car release next! 

Where To Find Fast Car To Florence:

Their website

Where To Find Me: 

Here every Monday at 7pm (UK Time)
My Novel 
For all blog related enquires contact me at


Popular posts from this blog

Introducing: Rich Kid Problems

  Disclaimer: I do not own this photo, I was just sent it by the band to include in this post. Welcome back to another instalment of me talking about bands! Today I'm going to be introducing you to Rich Kid Problems, we're going to look at the tracks they already have out, and seeing how good they are. I'll be telling you who's who and if I think they're worth you giving them a shot. Rich Kid Problems are a pop-punk band from Morecombe, England.  The band consists of;  - Rachael Walsh on Vocals - Ellis Shepherd on Bass - Nathan Denny on Guitar - Adam Murphy-Jackson on Guitar - Marc Holland on Drums For Fans Of; Stand Atlantic, Paramore, Royal Blood, Fall Out Boy, Blondie, Machine Gun Kelly, Yungblud and All Time Low.  So, Rich Kid Problems have 5 tracks out currently. They have Front Garden as a single and then an EP titled Place Crash on a Sunday. Due to, Front Garden being on the EP too, I'm just going to talk about the track as part of the EP.  Place Crash on

What's Left For Us? by All Over Again

  Welcome/welcome back to another blog post! Today I'm talking about All Over Again, who are a Nottingham alt-rock band! We all know, that I love alt-rock and I love Notts bands! I'm very enthusiastic about bands from my city, so I was more than happy to do some coverage on this EP when I got an email asking if I'd be willing to do a post about it. So, here we are. All Over Again released an EP yesterday (30th April), and I'm going to be talking about my thoughts on the tracks!  The first track on the EP is, Breathe Me In which was the first track released from the EP. It starts off quite slow, but it builds up, and I love that. Grace has a beautiful voice, and I love that there are tempo changes throughout the song, because at this point, anybody that's read my reviews before, knows that's the one thing that makes me fall in love with a track. I think this is such an incredible track, it's beautiful, I love everything about this track, I think it's incr

Loughborough to Lichfield by Next Year

Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we're going to be talking about Next Year's latest release Loughborough to Lichfield, which was released last Friday (April 30th). Now, I have worked with Next Year before. I reviewed Long Way Home back when that dropped last year. This is the follow-up single to said release, and because of how much I loved Long Way Home, I was apprehensive about hearing this track, just because I've loved everything they've put out previously, so it's that moment of "Is this going to be as good as, worse or better than the rest of the discography?". However, upon listening to it, it was clear to see that this was living up to expectations.  It has a loud, anthemic intro, it's not overly long, and it managed to keep my attention for the intro, which is essential to me. I need the start and end of any release to grab my attention to leave a decent impression. So, yeah, I was pretty impressed with the intro, it was very classic po