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Bath Salts by Holygood

                                        


The wonderful lads that are Holygood are back! On Friday they released their new track, Bath Salts. I swear Holygood are on top of the game currently. They’re really out here proving that they are a band that deserves so much more attention. They’re a band who you need to check out because they really are phenomenal.

Of course, we all know Holygood are one of my favourite bands so I was very excited to hear they were releasing a new track! Although the title may suggest that this either 1. Holygood really branching out their merch game and not releasing a song instead releasing bath products or 2. Suggesting that Holygood were a big fan of bath salts and decided to write a love song for them. However neither of them are the case, instead, Bath Salts is a belter of a track with so much energy and change that it’s likely to impress many.

Bath Salts is a bit different to the other tracks released by Holygood, it's similar to Killing Giants which was the last single they released before Bath Salts. However, it a bit of a mix between Killing Giants and the likes of Louder Than Words. There's some moments in the track where you expect it to have a sort of breakdown, but it's compared to Killing Giants in that sense, as it's a bit of a different vibe to the tracks we're used to seeing from Holygood! However, this track is still a belter, and I really love the mixtures of elements in it, it's definitely got a lot of change and depth within the sound, and I personally would say it's the song with the most change we've seen from Holygood. 

I really do rate this track, and I think it's phenomenal. I love seeing bands have that creative freedom and make music that they want to make, rather than what everyone else's wants. However, I do believe that Holygood could do any genre, any sound, anything and it'd be incredible and I'd still be out here going "This, I like this!" I really do love this track, and I really do think that everyone needs to at least listen to the song once, it's incredible! I cannot recommend it enough, and it's such a versatile song in terms of the sound. 

I wasn't expecting to be in love with the new track as I'd seen that it was going to be a different sound and vibe compared to other tracks they've released, but I was pleasantly surprised with it. I really do love it, and it's currently my 3rd most listened to track. I really do like Bath Salts, and I think it's a solid track! Overall, I have to go with what I seem to always give Holygood, and that's a 5 out of 5 lemons! Incredible band! Incredible track! 

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