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Introducing: Until You Disappear

Yup, I've found another new band who have somehow managed to make it into my top 5 straight off the bat! They followed me on Insta and messaged me and sent me a link to one of their track and well, now we're here bringing you a post! 

So, Until You Disappear are a pop-punk band from Leicester! We love East Midlands bands here, it's literally why I became a music blog, to show off the local scene! They're a four piece that consists of; 

Edd Hartley - Guitars and Vocals
Dan Robinson - Guitar
Chris Walker - Bass
Harrison Evans - Drums

They have two tracks currently out, and now we're going to talk about those track and what I think of them! 




Up first is Drunk Me. 


Drunk Me is a belter of a track! I'm honestly so blown away with this track, when I first heard it I couldn't believe just how much I loved it. This for me is one of those perfect songs. It's my perfect style. Absolutely adore this track! I love the lyrics and I think Edd has a great voice! You can hear every element in the song, nobody is drowning the other out, and I really do think it's incredible. 

I feel like I have to say my classic line of, there's change and depth within the sound. It's an engaging song. I honestly think it's incredible. It's definitely one of my favourite tracks I've heard recently and the talent this band has is insane! I feel like this would be an insane song to hear live. I really rate this track, Drunk Me is just so incredible, and I'm obsessed with it. If this doesn't become one of my current most listened to songs I'll be surprised. I listen to it and I don't want to stop. It's one of those tracks I couldn't get bored of and I just think it's incredible!

Overall, I'd give Drunk Me a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! Hands down, it deserves that. It's incredible! 

Moving onto their latest track Distance. 


I think this is an incredibly interesting song, it reminds me so much of early 2010's pop-punk. It's got a great beat to it and it's just such an easily enjoyable track, I think it's got a great beat to it and the more I listen to it the more I love it. I honestly think it's an insane song. I love the change and depth within the sound and the build-up with the intro, I love the outro as well! I just think it's a pretty solid song, and it's got some decent lyrics to accompany it as well! 

I can't get over the talent in this band and this track shows their talent perfectly! Honestly, such an insane band! Such an insane song! I just think this is an incredible song and it's an enjoyable time listening to it! I do think I prefer Drunk Me just a tad more but I still love this track! Again, I think it'd be insane to hear live and I really do rate it!

I'd give Distance a solid 5 out of 5 lemons again! I really do rate it and I think it's a great song, and Until You Disappear are definitely worth your time and attention. 

I can't wait to see what they come out with next, and I think I'll be mentioning them a fair bit! So, please go check them out and show them some love! 

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