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Red House by Red Cavalry




So, a lot of bands I've never worked with before have been sending me submission, and this is one of them. Red Cavalry is a band based in both Wales and Germany, which we like to see that sort of things here! 

So Red Cavalry is made up of two members which are, James and Alex, they're an alt-rock band and they're just released a new song a few days ago called Red House. 

The song isn't something that I would normally gravitate towards, however, it's different and therefore it's quite refreshing to hear something that not what you'd normally expect me to listen to, and I can appreciate the song. I can always appreciate music, and I tend to appreciate it a lot more if it's different and if it stands out to me, which is a very known fact around here. I say it all the time, I like music to be different, and I like songs to stand out to me and grab my attention, I like depth and change and different dynamics in music, just because that's what grips my attention. Red House does that for me. 

I like the different elements in the song, it has that little extra something that stands out and leaves you thinking about it. There's so many things in this song to listen and admire! It's not my favourite song, but, there's a lot of beauty within the song, and I like it. The more I've heard it, the more it's grown on me. 
I would suggest you go and check it out, because it's quite good. It's different, it stands out, it's not an overprocessed rock song. And in a world, where bands are overprocessing songs it's quite nice to hear something raw like Red House. 

I do think it's good, I would recommend it, and I'm interested to see what comes next. However, if you don't fall in love with Red House, then check out their other stuff, as I find myself personally loving some of their other tracks more than this one, but that's okay. It's still good and interesting! So go check it out! 

Overall, I'll give it a 3.8 out of 5 lemons (yes, me and the random numbers have returned), so go check it out! 

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