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Face The Wall by Near Mrs

 
Today we see another blog favourite return with their new release! Near Mrs dropped their new track 'Face The Wall' today (25th March) and we all know that I love Near Mrs and I'm always bringing coverage of them to the blog whenever I can. 

Last month we saw Near Mrs release 'Wishful Thinking' and as expected, I loved that track so much! So I had pretty high hopes for this track as I do with all Near Mrs tracks, as they never disappoint! 

This song had my attention from the first few seconds and managed to maintain it through the entire track. The verses are great, they're good, but that chorus is something else! I tell you, Near Mrs know how to make a banging chorus, and it always blows my mind every time they put out a new track. I love the change in tempo between the chorus and verses, I'm a bit fan of that and it really does do something for me. I also like that the first verse is a bit of build-up to where the track is going, it's not like the verses pack less of a punch than the chorus because they blend seamlessly together and all elements of the track are incredible! 

I love the view of this track, the change in tempo, the vocals, the drums, the guitar, everything on this track is just a big yes from me. Some of the lyrics are really savage, and I'm here for it. This isn't as catchy as some of the previous releases we've had, but it's still catchy, and I know I'm still going to have it stuck in my head in a months time. It's a pretty great song, it packs the punch you want, it's phenomenal, it's not my favourite Near Mrs track, but that doesn't mean I dislike it. I really like this track, and I think it's got a great intensity to it, it's loud and anthemic. 

I think this is a belter of a track, and I'm really impressed by it. Face The Wall is a great track, one that I think you definitely need to go and check out. It's a great track, it's impressive, it's a great track, and it's a bit different to the previous releases, but that's what makes this track stand out. The fact that it's not just the last tracks repeated and repeated and repeated. Near Mrs don't do that, and I love that they don't. I love being able to have a Near Mrs song for different moods. I honestly love Face The Wall, and the more I listen to it, the more it grows on me, and the more I love it. It's a great track, and Near Mrs have done a great job on this track. 

Overall, I'd give Face The Wall a solid 5 out of 5 lemons. It's a great track, and I'd highly recommend going and checking it out. It's incredible, and you need to check it out! They've done such a great job on this track, and honestly, I love it so much! 

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