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Album Review: The Story So Far Live Album

So I love The Story So Far, and about two months ago they released a live album, and I didn't even notice for like three weeks. Thanks for that one Spotify. But yeah, so I really cannot find the strength to type out the entire title of the album, but it's essentially a live album recorded in 2019 at The Wireless in Melbourne! 

The album consists of; 

1. Empty Space
2. Out Of It
3. Keep This Up
4. Roam 
5. Quicksand
6. If I Fall
7. Things I Can't Change
8. Proper Dose
9. Solo
10. All Wrong
11. Upside Down
12. Take Me As You Please
13. Heavy Gloom
14. Nerve

It's a live album, so I can't say that much, as it's not new tracks, they're just live versions (obviously). However, hearing all these songs as live versions just reminds me how much I want to see TSSF live, and it's actually making me fall in love with TSSF all over again, so I guess I'm going back into my TSSF phase. I do this every like 2 months, but honestly. The Story So Far make some incredible music, and I love and appreciate them so much! I missed gigs a lot prior to this, but bands releasing live versions of tracks got me missing gigs even more. But I guess, that makes the live album perfect time! It gives you a bit of a kick of live music even if you can't see the bands live. 

It's great, it's a live album so I can't say more than that really, but it really does make me miss gigs, and it makes me want to see TSSF live, but yeah, I love it, and I can't fault it so 5 out of 5 lemons! 

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