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Afterthought by Better Anyway


So, I have never worked with Better Anyway before, but I have admired them from the sidelines for a few months now. They were a recommendation from someone (I don't remember who) and I think they're really good. They released their latest track on Friday, so I asked the band if it'd be okay if I was to review their track, and they were all for that! So here we are! 

Afterthought is just such an insane song, it's so loud and anthemic. It's in your face, it's got an incredible beat to it, and the lyrics are honestly a big mood! I'm obsessed with this track because it really is that good! I love this track, and of course, it's pop-punk so I automatically love it, but it gives me like Knuckle Puck and Real Friends vibes. I honestly think Better Anyway went above and beyond and really hit the nail on the head with this track. 

I really am in love with it, I just think it's so good, and it's just such an incredibly catchy and the chorus echoing "Just an afterthought to you" is just a big mood really. I do think, this is an incredible song, and I think it's great to hear bands sticking with this 2014 pop-punk sound because I think that's good pop-punk. That's exactly what this song is, it's classic pop-punk. It's loud, and it makes you want to scream and it makes you want to lose your shit, also would be a good song to mosh to let's be realistic. 

Now, for anybody that's read my reviews before you know what I'm going to say. But there are a few things I always say about a song, that puts it up in my ratings! Now, I'm someone that loves a song to change at some point within the track, I don't like it all just being the same and flat, I want something that grips my attention, and this song has change within the sound, and I can really appreciate that! I honestly, think it's such a good song, and you can hear and appreciate every different element of the track. The song does feature Kramer Welker and I think that's a nice little touch on the track as well! 

I love the vocals on this track, they really are incredible and mind-blowing just how great they are! I really do rate this song, and I think it's a masterpiece of a track. 

Now, the bit that most people don't care about, but the band does. 
I'm giving Afterthought a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! Hands down, it deserves that so much! It's honestly a belter of a track! I'm obsessed with it! So, please go check it out and show it some love! 

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