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Hold Your Ground by Project Revise

 


Welcome back to another blog post! Now, I've never featured Project Revise on the blog before, but they're a band I've been aware of for a decent amount of time now. Now, I offered Project Revise today's slot when this track dropped a little over a week ago. 

I want to start this post, by saying just how blown away I was with this post. I've heard other tracks from Project Revise before, but this track just blew my mind. From the first few seconds, it had my attention, the vocals are incredible, it was engaging to listen to and it did everything I wanted it to do and more. The heavy drums and guitar on this track are just insane, I love the beat to this track, and I feel like this would be such a good song to have a good scream to. This is one of those tracks, that if you heard it live, you'd want to lose your voice to. 

The verses pack just as much of a punch as the chorus does, and although it's a fast-paced punk track, it's also really catchy. It's such an energy fuelled track, and I love it. I love the vibes this track gives off, and I love just how engaging it is to listen to. I like that I can listen to it on repeat and not get bored of it, I like that I can appreciate every element on the track because nobody is drowning the other out. I just really like this track, I think it's incredible. The vocals on this track were next level and really won me over. 

If you've never listened to Project Revise before, and you like your punk bands similar to blink-182, Green Day, Sum 41, New Found Glory, the classics. That sort of vibe, then go and check out Project Revise because they've really won me over with this track. I love some of their other tracks, but this is the one for me. Honestly, please go check this track out and show it the love and support it deserves because it's incredible. 

This is one of the best punk/pop-punk tracks I've heard recently, and I knew it'd be good, but I didn't think it would be as good as it is. Which, yes, it does sound a bit mean, but I was well and truly blown away by this track. It does what I want it to do and more. It's phenomenal. I cannot recommend checking it out enough, honestly, that chorus is enough to win anybody over! So, please, spare a few minutes and go and check this track out, because if you like your old school pop-punk bands, like the ones I mentioned previously, you're probably going to really like this track. 

Overall, I'd give this track a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! Such an insane track, and one that truly has blown my mind at just how great it is. It's definitely worth checking out and seeing if this is something you like, because Project Revise have so much potential to achieve big things, and there aren't many bands in this genre and scene making music that goes as hard as this track does! 

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