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What I'm Listening To, and An Update...

 Hello, it's been a long time! Well, it's been nearly a week, but either way, that's a long time with the amount of content I've been doing recently. So, if you follow me and pay attention to the shit I post on Twitter and Instagram, then you may have noticed that I'm going to be doing small band week again, starting tomorrow! Very nervous about it, but there's some reviews, there's going to be a new Small Bands You Need To Check Out post coming, and I'm just going to be talking about small bands all week! Quite exciting for me, I love talking about small bands and I'm hoping if I can pluck up the courage to ask a few bands, I might be able to bring you some new introducing posts, hopefully! There are some bands I'd really love to work with, and I'm hoping maybe they'll be up for me doing some content. So there's that. Please keep an eye on the content I'll be posting this week, and if you don't want to miss a post then somewhere at the top or in the sidebar there should be an option to subscribe/follow the blog and I believe that sends you my posts when they go live! 

Anyway, it's a Sunday, and you know what that means. It's time to talk what bands, albums, songs I'm loving this week! 

 Bands I'm Loving; 

- High Wire
- We Were Sharks
- State Champs
- The Mocking Jays
- Distant Blue
- Not My Weekend
- The Amity Affliction
- NativeBlood
- Small Talk. 
- Give Me A Reason
- Better Anyway
- Bonfires
- Near Mrs
- Nautical Mile
- Home Wrecked
- Misplaced
- Trash Boat

Albums I'm Loving; 

- Lost Touch by We Were Sharks
- Nothing I Write You Can Change What You've Been Through by Trash Boat
- Home Wrecked by Home Wrecked
- The Only Way Is Through by Nautical Mile
- The Love Era by The Mocking Jays
- Yellow by Not My Weekend
- The Way This Ends by Bonfires
- Low, But Looking Up by Better Anyway
- Vice Versa by Give Me A Reason
- Let The Ocean Take Me by The Amity Affliction

Songs I'm Loving; 

- idk why i try by Misplaced
- fuck that, i'm alright by Misplaced
- Isley Walton by The Mocking Jays
- Bluebird by Better Love
- Don't Tell Me You Love Me by Bonfires
- Funny Bones by The Mocking Jays
- Good Enough by High Wire
- Some Kind of Miracle by High Wire
- Redcard by High Wire
- Always You by We Were Sharks
- Ashley by We Were Sharks
- Far From Home by Home Wrecked
- Mrs. David by Seaway
- Absence by Better Love
- Drop The Act by We Were Sharks
- Smile by Good Hustles
- Make a Move by Good Hustles
- Drunk Me by Until You Disappear
- Spin The Bottle by Nautical Mile 
- Sweet Tooth by Nautical Mile
- Demon on the Run by Four Thousand Miles
- Lonely by Four Thousand Miles
- Reflections by Four Thousand Miles
- Bye Bye by Give Me A Reason
- Color by Give Me A Reason
- Forest Fire by The Amity Affliction 

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