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Flowers In May by Stay Free

 

So, Stay Free are back with a new track called Flowers In May, and I've spoken about Stay Free quite a few times now, and I really do love this band so I was pretty excited to hear that they were releasing a new song. So, I thought why not bring you my thoughts on the track! So here we are! 

From the intro to Flowers In May I didn't know if I was going to like it or not, but I have found with Just Want You (their single prior to this one) that the intro wasn't my favourite but it did pick up fairly quickly. And, from the snippets, the band had posted on socials I was quite impressed with the song, so it was just that the intro wasn't necessarily my favourite thing ever. But, I wasn't willing to let that deter me, Stay Free are a solid band so I knew if I just trusted them then they'd impress me! We got 10 seconds in and faith was restored, I knew they wouldn't disappoint! 

The chorus on this track is incredible, and that is the real winner. I'd be worried if I didn't like the chorus to a track, as normally, I can always like the chorus of the tracks and that does tend to be the strongest part of a song, and it's an insane chorus on this track. It's pretty powerful, and it packs a punch. 

The more I listen to the song, the more I like it, and I love the rhythm of this track, and it does have change and depth within the sound. I can really get behind it, and I do like it a lot, I think it's got some nice lyrics, and it's really catchy like the rest of Stay Free's releases. I do like this, I don't know if I prefer it to Just Want You, but I do like it! 

The more I listen to it, the more it grows on me, and I can certainly see myself reaching for this song a fair bit! It isn't my favourite Stay Free release, but I still like it. I would still recommend it, and I still think you should go and check it out! 

Overall, I'd give the track a 4 out of 5 lemons. It's a good song, not my favourite, but I'm going to listen to it a lot more and see if in the next week or so if my opinion changes, and I'll update you in a 'My Thoughts On Songs That Came Out Recently...' post. I would 100% recommend Stay Free though, and I can see so many people loving this song. It's super powerful and catchy, it's really enjoyable to listen to and I'm still going to be listening to it a lot! 

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