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Bones by Autumn Fires

I am so excited to be bringing you my review of Bones early. Tomorrow, Autumn Fires drop their new single Bones, and you aren't ready for it! I was very kindly asked if I wanted to review this song early, and you all seem to enjoy when I do that, and it does excite me a lot when I get to bring you my opinions ahead of release. So, let's get into this! 

Bones is Autumn Fires' fourth single, and with each release, they get better and better, and this song proves that. This is honestly, their best song to date, I know I thought very highly of Waking Up In Vegas but that has nothing on Bones. This song is honestly a tune and a half! Absolutely love it! I loved it from the first time I heard it, and now having heard it quite a few times I still love it! I think it's incredible. 

The talent Autumn Fires have is insane, and the sound of this song makes me so excited. It's so loud and in your face, it's without a doubt an anthem. Charlotte's voice is incredible, but the guitar and the drums! They're the standout part of this track to me, and I love them! They're so intense but in the best way possible. This is by no means a heavy song, it's just a loud song. 

It's got such a great beat to it, honestly, the rhythm of the song is one of my favourite aspects of the track. There's no bad bit to this song, I've listened to it time and time and time again trying to find the flaw and so far haven't managed to find any! I really do love this track, and I would 100% recommend it and if you've never heard anything by Autumn Fires before then go and check them out! 

I feel like it isn't me doing a single review if I don't say my classic line. So, yes, this song does have change and depth within the sound. With it being a louder track it isn't as essential for me, because the sound itself is engaging, but it does tick all the boxes that I look for within a song. I also really like the lyrics that accompany it, and I just think it's an all-round good track! 

Okay, so now let's summarise. 
I really like the track, it's the best track they've released, and I'm putting it right up at the top with Waking Up In Vegas. I love it, I think Autumn Fires are an incredibly talented band and they 100% deserve your love and support on this track, and on their previous releases! I'm really excited to see what happens next with the band, but honestly, flawless. I love how loud and intense it is, I think it's a very powerful sounding track, and Charlotte, Callum, Ryan, Jamie and Jay have all done incredibly well with this track! I'd highly recommend checking it out when it drops tomorrow and showing it some love! 

Now, it's time for the rating, which I know most people don't care about, but the band does tend to care about the rating. I don't think this comes as a surprise to anybody, but Bones is getting a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! I love it with my entire existence, and it really does deserve that! 

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