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Single Review: California's Burning by Hot Milk

Spoiler alert- this song is insane. If you haven't listened to it yet, what are you doing?! 

This is their heaviest track to date, and it is honestly, insane! It's so good, it's so loud and it's literally a mix of everything. Every time you think you've figured out the sound of the track, it's like ha no, you were wrong! It's a political track, and it's incredible. That bridge is insane, who knew they needed to hear some screaming from Hot Milk! 

Honestly, I cannot get enough of this track! It's mind-blowing! I am honestly speechless with this track, from the snippets that had been posted I had high hopes and they really didn't disappoint! Hot Milk are really here to save 2020. This song isn't just a song, it's an anthem! It should be played at full blast, it should be shared with everybody. This is the best song that Hot Milk has put out and it's officially overtaking Take Your Jacket for me and it's now my favourite track they're released! 

I am honestly, obsessed with this song and I'm probably going to have it on repeat for weeks! It's just insanely good! The talent that Tom, Hannah, Jim and Harry have is next level! I really am speechless at all the twists and turns and the angst in this song. It really is insane! I'm truly in love with it! 

If you haven't listened to it yet then you need to! 

Overall, I have to give it a 5 out of 5 lemons, it'd be wrong for me to give it any less than that! 

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