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Dealing With A Broken Heart by Ollie Hayes




So, Ollie Hayes has released his first solo track! And, I'm pretty excited about it, so when he dropped me an email asking me if I'd consider reviewing it, I knew I had to take him up on this opportunity! 

If you're unfamiliar, Ollie used to be in a band called The Half Eight but they took a step back from being a band to focus on new ventures. 

So, Ollie's first single is called Dealing With A Broken Heart and I'm 100% here for this track! 

My first thing to say is, Ollie has a beautiful voice and this track showcases that! In general, it's a beautiful song. It's a masterpiece of a song, there's just so many different aspects of this song to love and appreciate, and I can't even begin to put it into words how incredibly talented Ollie is! This song really does show just how talented Ollie is, and I'm blown away! This song really did exceed all the expectations I had for it! 

One of my favourite lines in this song has to be "Dopamine, where'd you go? Need a hit please." That's a line that hits me, and it's that song that you pick out from a song and they're the lyrics that stay with you! 

It's such a powerful song, and it really is incredible! I'm completely in awe with this song, and I need you all to go and show it some love because it really is incredible! 

It very much sounds like something that The 1975 would put out, and I think it's great! It's a beautiful song, and I know I'm going to be listening to it a lot! It really is great! Ollie is incredibly talented, and he's done so well on this track! Honestly, a massive well done to him for this song, because it really has blown my mind at just how incredible it is! 

Overall, I have to give it a 5 out of 5 lemons, I can't find any flaws with this track, and it really is just incredible! I'm so blown away with this song, I do really love it! I strongly suggest that you go and listen to this song, if you haven't already, and if you love it, share it with your friends, your family, anybody that will pay attention to it! 

Where To Find Ollie Hayes: 

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Where To Find Me: 

Here every Monday at 7pm (UK Time)
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For all blog related enquires contact me at myvoicebrandnew@hotmail.com

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