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Headlights by Near Mrs


So, Near Mrs' aren't a new band to the blog, they're a band I've mentioned a few times, and I honestly adore them! They were lovely enough to ask me if I'd be up for reviewing their new track, and of course I said yes! Now, this track doesn't drop until Wednesday, but I'm bringing you my thoughts on it today! So, thank you to Near Mrs for asking me to do this post! Let's get into my thoughts on Headlights! 

So straight off the bat, I love the intro! It starts off so strong and it's an engaging track from the get go, which I say this all the time, but that's important for me. I honestly think just from the first 30 seconds this could be Near Mrs' strongest track to date. It's a song that time just seems to disappear when you listen to it. It's honestly such an enjoyable experience listening to Headlights. 

I really do rate this track, it's got an incredible beat to it, it's loud, it's anthemic. It's a work of art. It is honestly, such an incredible track. I like the lyrics to the track as well, and it's got me missing seeing Near Mrs live! Ryan's vocals on this track are something else, honestly, one of the best vocalists in existence! This is truly a masterpiece. Near Mrs really outdid themselves with this track. I am well and truly obsessed with this track! Possibly one of the best releases of 2020! 

Headlights is a song I could listen to for hours and not get bored with. I absolutely adore this song and I think it's insane! You need to listen to it, no doubt about it, you need it in your life. It's really just insane. 

I will say my infamous line of it's got plenty of change and depth within the sound, and it's really interesting to listen to. 

Lyrically, instrumentally, vocally, Headlights is a banger, it is one of the best songs we've heard this year! I can't recommend it enough, so when this drops on Wednesday, I need you all hyping this song up. I need you to show Near Mrs just how well they did on this track. 

I honestly, cannot put it into words just how insane this song is. It's mind-blowing, and it is the best and my favourite Near Mrs track that they've released, and I think it'd be insane to hear it live (you know, when the world has normality and I can be in a venue crying over bands again). 

Now, let's summarise and do the bit that most people don't care about, but the band does. So, I really do rate Headlights and I think it's flawless. This really is a masterpiece and I'm so blown away with the talent Near Mrs have. I'm going to give it a 5 out of 5 lemons for you people that don't accept my alternative rating... alternatively, it's a 6 out of 5 because it is a flawless track. It is one of the best songs to have been released this year. So, it's down to the band if they want to accept 5 out of 5 or 6 out of 5. 

I can't recommend this song enough, so please go and support Near Mrs and hype this song up when it comes out. 

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