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So Love by Go Radio



So, Go Radio have released another song! This is the second song they've released since they came back from hiatus. And, obviously, because I love Mayday Parade which led to me loving Go Radio, I thought why not sit and tell you about my thoughts on their new song. 

So Love is a lot softer in sound compared to the last single they released which was Say It Again, which wasn't necessarily a heavy song, it was just a lot more upbeat and intense in comparison to So Love. It's such a beautiful song though, and Jason has such a lovely voice! 

It's such a calming song, it's such a lovely, warm song. It's like a comfort blanket, it's so beautiful and although it isn't loud and in your face and it's not a song to scream to, it's still a beautiful song, and it's a lovely song to have a little calm sing along to, and that maybe on a bad day you can listen to and find some comfort in the lyrics. 

My favourite line from the entire song is probably "You should know that you're worth it and I know this feels close, but you've never been hopeless". That's such a lovely, comforting line. 

I actually really love the sound, and it's not dissimilar to other Go Radio tracks, it's just a perfectly sweet little song. It truly is a beautiful, peaceful track. 

I really do think it's an incredible song, and I think on a day when I want calmer songs I'll reach for this one. It's just so calming and wonderful. 

If you haven't listened to it already, then I suggest you go and do that, because what a song! 

I'd give a 4 out of 5 lemons. It's beautiful, I really do adore this song! It's lovely. 


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