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Bring Me Down by We Were Sharks


Okay, so 1. We Were Sharks are never going to see this post, and 2. I know We Were Sharks are bigger than the bands I feature on here, but they're not a big band, they're more up and coming size and they're incredible! 

If you're looking for a classic pop-punk band then check out We Were Sharks! 

Anyway, so on Friday the 15th, We Were Sharks released a new song called Bring Me Down, I was excited just from the promo that they'd been posting on their socials because honestly, I fucking love We Were Sharks! I swear I never shut up about Always You by them, so I knew this song would slap. 

Now, I'm not saying this song beats Always You as my favourite track, but what I am saying is this a pretty solid track that really does pack a punch! 

It's fast, it's upbeat, it's a belter of a track with incredibly powerful vocals as always, and it's just a very good song! 

The chorus packs a massive punch just like Shameless (their last single) did, and I'm honestly here for it. It's super catchy, and it's got such a good beat to it, and I am well and truly blown away by this track. I can't fault it whatsoever, and I know it's going to grow on me and I'm going to slowly become obsessed with it. I can almost guarantee that I'm going to have this track stuck in my head, and I'm just so blown away with this track! 

If you like We Were Sharks, or if you've never heard of them before but you're a fan of pop-punk then there's a good chance you'll love this track. It's such an infectious song and it really is a big fuck you track, I'm definitely going to be blasting this on max volume, it's just great and it's got some great lyrics, the way some lines are spat out as well really hits the spot for me! 

Overall, I'm really impressed with this track, and I can't wait to see what they release next, I'm really happy with this track, and I cannot recommend it enough if you like pop-punk! You need to check this track out, absolutely love it! A solid 5 out of 5 lemons! 

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