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Back To Life by Autumn Fires


 
Autumn Fires have returned with their new track 'Back To Life'. The track dropped today (Friday 16th March) and I think by this point we all know I'm a big fan of Autumn Fires so I was pretty hyped for this track to drop! 

For starters, I love the rhythm of this track, I think it's incredibly catchy and engaging, and Charlotte's vocals just keep getting better and better the more tracks are released. The whole vibe of this track is incredible, and it's a lot more refined sounding compared to previous tracks. It's a great track that packs an incredible punch. Now, I may love every Autumn Fires track, but this track does something for me. It's just such an incredible sounding track, and I'm just generally really impressed with this track. 

It's a pretty catchy track, and I can see myself reaching for Back To Life, a lot! It's such an incredible track, the vocals, the drums, the guitar, the lyrics, everything about this track is pretty incredible. I actually can't process just how great this track is, the chorus is something I know is going to be stuck in my head for weeks. I also love that if, like me, you listen to the track on repeat, it blends seamlessly from the end back to the start. That's something that is quite satisfying for me to hear, as it just blends so well. 

Some of the lyrics have me feeling all emotional, just because I can find some comfort in them. I just love this track though, I think it's incredible, and the way the track just engages you and makes you want to listen to it on repeat is exactly what I want. I just generally really like this track, I think it's incredible, and this track is proof that Autumn Fires just keep getting better and better the more tracks they release. Honestly, cannot recommend going and checking out this track enough! 

Overall, I think Back To Life is a phenomenal track, and it really does pack a punch. It's incredible, it does everything you want it to do and more, it's catchy, it's anthemic, it's what you'd expect from Autumn Fires. I cannot recommend you going and checking out this track enough, like please, find those just over 3 minutes it takes to listen to this track and check it out! It's insane! It's such an impressive track, and I can't believe Autumn Fires really did that! 

When it comes to rating, I'd probably give it a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! This truly is Autumn Fires best track to date, and it's extraordinary! Please, go check this post out! 

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