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Alex's House by Chris Pidsley


Welcome back to yet another post, another day where I'm talking about a new release from an artist I've never spoken about before! On Friday, Chris Pidsley released his latest single 'Alex's House' and he'd dropped me a message on Insta a couple days before release, and asked me if I could do a post on the track, and this is me, so of course, I said yes! That's why we're here. 

Anyway, I didn't really know what to expect, from what Chris was saying it sounded like it was going to be a decent track, but I didn't really know. I had pretty average expectations for the track, but I was really impressed when I actually listened to it! 

Alex's House is a track that really does pack a punch from the get-go. There are soft elements in the track, but it's not soft in the way that a song lacks personality, nor in a way that would suggest it's slow or acoustic, because, it's not like that. It's just the calm vocals and the guitar that gives it the softer vibe. However, when I say it's soft, I don't mean the song is soft, I'm just talking about some of the elements on the track. I actually love the vocals, they're incredible! Chris has a great voice, and the guitar is something else! I think it's a perfectly balanced track, and there's not one element that's overpowering the other. 

It's got such a good vibe about the track, and I really do like this track! I can see this being a track I reach for a lot, and I can see it being stuck in my head for a while. I can also imagine a lot of people really liking this track, it's great! I really like it, and there are little riffs and things in the track that makes my ears happy. It's very much indie-pop, but it's got that edge, it's got those little rock elements within it, and the riffs are just audible pleasure! 

Honestly, I really love Alex's House, and I think it's a great track! I'm well and truly in love with this track, and I would recommend going and checking it out as it really is a great track! It packs a punch, and it's such an easy track to listen to on repeat without getting bored of it! Please, find 4 minutes to go and check this track out and see what you think of it! 

Overall, I'd have to give Alex's House a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! It really does hit the spot for me, and I think it's a great track! It's a track you really should find the time to go and listen to, and if you like it go and tell your friends and family to listen to it! It's a great song, and it deserves to be heard by so many more people! 

Where To Find Chris Pidsley; 

Apple Music

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Here on LifeIsALemon more days than not, at 7pm (UK Time) 
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