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Fuck Them All by The Dangerous Summer

The Dangerous Summer released a new song called Fuck Them All last week, and I was pretty excited for it. They're the band that gave us the hits including The Permanent Rain, Where I Want To Be and Weathered, in reality, their 2009 album Reach For The Sun was just iconic. I loved their last album Mother Nature that they released last year, so the bar was set pretty high for Fuck Them All... but the question is, did it live up to the hype? 

It's a great song! I love it, it's a classic TDS song. It's not as heavy and angsty as I expected it to be. From what was being posted on Instagram, I was expecting something a lot heavier. I was expecting it to pack more of a punch. I wanted more. If they hadn't had hyped it up to the extent that they did, and gave this impression of a really heavy intense song, I'd love it more. But because they set the bar high with the promo they did for it, I'm left feeling slightly underwhelmed. That's not to say, I don't love the song, and I don't appreciate it. I'm simply saying that I expected more. 

There are songs by The Dangerous Summer that I love more, and that I think pack more of a punch, and that I will listen to more than Fuck Them All. I like the song, I think it's a good song, and it's decent. It isn't what I expected, but it doesn't sound dissimilar to their other tracks! 

It isn't my favourite, it's not even a top 10 for me. It's a good song, I can appreciate it, but I think it's more likely that it's a song that'll grow on me rather than loving it instantly. I just expected it to pack more of a punch! I was expecting a bit more depth, I wanted more. 

Again, it's not a bad song, it's just average. It's very mediocre and lacking for me personally, I'll still listen to it, but it won't be a song that I listen to on repeat for weeks! 

Overall, I'll give it a 3.5 out of 5 lemons! 

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