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When I'm High by Dead Bundy


Welcome back to the blog, and today I'm introducing a new band to the blog. Today's band is actually a band I've admired for a while, and that is Dead Bundy. They're a band from the states, who I added to the Small Band Appreciation playlist months ago. 

On Friday, Dead Bundy released their latest single 'When I'm High'. From the second I heard this track, I knew that I had to do a review of this track. 

I feel like this track has major blink-182 vibes, but there are more elements to it than just blink vibes, and it just works so well, insanely catchy guitar riffs, heavy drums, complimentary vocals and catchy lyrics. This song is just phenomenal. 

I'm obsessed with this track, and it's just incredible, this has to be one of the best tracks I've heard in so long, and the level of talent Dead Bundy has, which is showcased with this track is next level, they truly are an incredible band, one that deserves to be so much bigger than they currently are. They're just incredible, and this song is mind-blowing. 

It's such a great song, and I know this track is going to be one of my most listened to tracks currently, it's just insane. It's a track I could happily listen to on repeat for hours and not get bored of, this song is just something else. It's so catchy that I find myself having it stuck in my head constantly, and it's like when I'm not listening to it, I'm craving listening to it. I'm obsessed with this track, and When I'm High truly is one of the best songs I've heard in a long time. 

If you want catchy, infectious pop-punk with old school pop-punk vibes, and you want songs you can lose your shit to, and scream at the top of your lungs, then Dead Bundy are the band for you, and When I'm High is a perfect example of what you're getting when you listen to Dead Bundy. I'm obsessed with this track, and this band is just something else. You 100% need to check them out. 

Overall, I can't give When I'm High any less than 5 out of 5 lemons. It's insane, and it deserves that 5 out of 5! It's just insane, and I'm blown away by this track. You need to check this track out, and then you'll see why I rank this track so highly because if I could give it more than 5 out of 5, I would. It's just mind-blowing how incredible this track is! 

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