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Grow Up by AVAERA



So, AVAERA sent me an emailed and asked me if I'd be up for doing a review of their new single that dropped TODAY! So let's have a little talk about my thoughts on the new track! 

The new song is called Grow Up and I love it. I really do think it's a great song, I've always loved AVAERA's music, even before they were AVAERA, Blair's vocals are something else on this track! 

I swear AVAERA get better and better with every track they put out! This track truly shows that, and I'm so mindblown with how incredible it is! I'm literally lost for words because it's just that good! 

If you have never listened to AVAERA before, this is the track that should make you listen to them! This song is insane, I cannot find words to explain how blown away I am. I had moderately high expectations for this song, but they really did come along and blow my mind. This song is just insane. It's so loud and anthemic. I've always loved Blair's vocals, but this song is on a whole other level. It really is extraordinary. I'm so blown away with Blair, Kyle and Sam's talent because this song really does show why you need to stop sleeping on them and show them some love and appreciation. 

The lyrics are great, I say this time and time again, but a good set of lyrics an important thing for me to rate a song highly, and this song has quite a few stand outlines for me including 

Swallowing the stories and the lies you feed me
You were out drinking when you should have been there for me 
Lost good friends when they never came with me 
The entire song is just full of great lines, and I love the entire song for every single aspect of it! There isn't one flaw in this song, this is 100% an anthem! It's the sort of song that I want to be listening to in the car when I'm driving at speed with the windows down. It's that sort of song, and I love it. I really do! I cannot recommend this song enough because it really is, that good! 

So please, take a few minutes out of your day to go and listen to this banger of a track! I cannot hype this song enough, but it just makes me smile because it's that good of a song, and when a song can give you a physical reaction, that's when you know it's great! 

Overall, I cannot give it any less than a 5 out of 5 lemons! It really is just that good! 


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