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Come Over by DiSTANTPETE

So, yes, this is slightly different to what I usually review, but music is music, and music is fun and we can all like whatever we want to like, and I have such a varied music taste! Also, it's Pete so it's still very on-brand for the blog! 

If you're unaware DiSTANTPETE is actually Pete from Distant Blue, and alongside the band, he has his own music, and he approached me and asked me if I'd be up for giving it a review, and it's good, so I said yes. So let's get into this! 

From the start, I can already tell you it's great. And I'm not just saying that because it's Pete, but he does make some great music. I love the sound of it, and just listening to it made me smile, and it's not often I smile over music, but this is honestly an incredible track! 

The lyrics are something else, not even joking, that really hit me somewhere deep inside and that makes me love it even more. It's infectious, I've had it on repeat since Pete sent me over the track, it's incredible! 

If you're into rap and alt-rock, and a bit of a mix of the two, you're probably going to like Pete's music! He's also got a decent voice, and it complements the sort of music he's making. He's been dropping music frequently so you've got a good amount of tunes to listen to! 

This is actually one of my favourite tracks he's done. I'm so in love with this track, honestly, I cannot recommend it enough! If this is your sort of music then you're going to love it, I love it. 

It's just so catchy, and it's incredible! Please go and show DiSTANTPETE some love and support, because he does make some absolute tunes! 

Overall, I have to give it a 5 out of 5 lemons, because this is just incredible! Go and listen to it right now! I hope you like this track as much as I do, because it really is insanely good! I'm going to be forcing a lot of people to listen to it, so you should do the same! 

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