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Let Loose by Taxi With Strangers


Welcome back to the blog, and today I'm introducing a new band to the blog. I was approached by their management and asked if I'd be willing to do a post, and of course, this is me, so I said yes! 

Taxi with Strangers are an indie-rock band from Lancashire, and if you're a fan of The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys or The Night Cafe then Taxi with Strangers could be the band for you! They mix indie-rock with melodic guitar riffs and post-punk inspired vocals to create their own, unique sound. 

On the 12th of February Taxi with Strangers released their latest single Let Loose, and I'm here to tell you what I thought of it! 

The intro to this track had me wondering what to expect, and then when the song kicked in, I was pleasantly surprised. Anybody that's not new around here, knows I'm not normally a fan of long intros, because I lose interest and they bore me, and yes, I personally would have preferred a shorter intro, but I don't actually have a problem with this particular intro, as it did change a bit when the guitar kicked in, and the build-up from the intro to the verse was pretty nice. One thing I can say I love from the first minute is the vocals. The vocals are incredible! 

I love the vibe of this track, and I think calling it indie-rock with the for fans of bands being the said bands, you kind of know what you're expecting with this track. It's exactly as you'd imagine it is, and I really like it. I think it's pretty nice, and I can easily listen to it on repeat, and even with the longer intro, it's still pretty solid. The verses and chorus pack a punch, and they're really enjoyable. It's a pretty solid track, and it's one that I can see a lot of people loving, and reaching for. I think if you are a big indie-rock fan then you'll really enjoy this track, and indie-rock isn't my favourite genre, but it's still a genre I like, and enjoy listening to regularly, and I've got to admit, this track is perfect for its genre. 

I love all the different elements of this track, and I love how it's got like a positive aura around it, and it's such a nice song to listen to, and I don't know how else to describe it besides nice, but it's just got such good vibes around it, and it's a song that really can add some positivity to your day because of the sound and the vibes of the track. 

I really do enjoy this track, and I enjoy listening to it a lot more than I anticipated. It's a decent track, and I can't fault it. It's a solid tune, and it's got such great vibes, would highly recommend you taking the time and checking it out! 

Overall, I'd give it 5 out of 5 lemons, it's such a great listening experience and I can see myself reaching for this track a lot, and honestly, you need to go give this track a listen, go check it out and see what you think. 

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