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I Guess This Is Progress by Felix Saunders

 




Welcome back to yet another blog post, and today we're talking about Felix Saunders' latest EP titled 'I Guess This Is Progress'. I was sent this submission by Charlotte from Rebel Rose like some other posts I've done recently, and now, I'm at the point where if Charlotte sends me an email, I just know it's going to have a great submission attached to it. 

This EP dropped just under a month ago, and is a classic 4-track EP, Felix Saunders is from the Western Isles. This EP has a bit of a different vibe to the releases I've spoken about recently as this is a softer release, one that if you aren't a fan of super intense, heavy tracks, then this one could be for you! 

It's quite a nice EP, the thing to be remembered if you're listening to this and you're used to big, anthemic tracks, then this is not that sort of EP, it's very soft, easy listening, very laid back. It's not bad, and although I'm someone that is a massive fan of alt genres, and love big loud tracks, this is still a good EP, and I do find myself liking it. For me, personally, this is more of a mood dependant EP, as it's softer and not intense, but it's nice. 

When I asked my nephew what he thought of this EP, to see what someone who is still a teenager would say about this track, he said it was "groovy, catchy and just generally enjoyable".  He also thinks it'd be a good EP to drive to, and I can kind of see this being one of those calming EP's you listen to when driving, or one of those soft EP's that plays in the background of a driving scene. 

Out of the 4 tracks on the EP, I think my favourite would have to be King of Nothing. I do really enjoy all four tracks on the EP, but that is the one that if I'm picking one song to recommend, it's that one. It just does something for me. I really enjoy this track and this EP in general, and if you're looking for a softer artist with a bit of an edge to them, then go and check out this EP by Felix Saunders. 

Overall, it's a generally enjoyable EP, and I can see this being fairly versatile. I can see a lot of people liking this EP, and although this is a release that for me, is mood dependant, I know there's loads of people out there that would enjoy this a lot! I still enjoy this EP, and it's a decent EP. I would recommend this EP, and I'd give it a 4 out 5 lemons. 

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