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Not Like The Movies by Holygood


Holygood are back! Not like they were gone for long, but they are back with another track! 

This track, titled 'Not Like The Movies' is comparable to their last release 'Moving Mountains' which, I did love! However, as I've said before, Holygood could release anything at this point and I'd love it and would think it's incredible! So, when Not Like The Movies dropped today, I knew I was going to be impressed because Holygood are always impressive! 

As I said, this is a slower more chilled out track, but it still goes hard! It still hits the spot, and I still adore it! I think it's one of those songs with spring/summer vibes. The ones where it just gives you them vibes and the artwork help prove that too! 

This isn't my favourite Holygood track, as we all know by this point that my favourite is Better Off Before, but I do still really like this track and I think it's pretty impressive! It's got enough elements to gain my attention and keep me interested, whilst also still sounding like the other Holygood tracks we've seen from them! 

I'm really impressed with this track, and I like how Holygood are releasing plenty of tracks with different vibes. The tracks are always impressive and engaging, and although I have my favourites, I never dislike any track they've put out. I also think, Not Like The Movies is a fairly universal track and can see it appealing to a lot of people. 

Overall, although this isn't my favourite track ever, I still like it, and I still think it's a solid track. It's engaging, slow, but not boring. It's intriguing and it's able to grip my attention for a decent amount of time. It's a track I can easily listen to on repeat for a good amount of time without wanting something else on, and even on days like today, when I've been in one of those moods where I don't know what I want to listen to, I've managed to listen to Not Like The Movies a good 20-30 times, in a row without getting bored. 

I would say it's a good song, not my favourite, but I actually prefer it to moving mountains, but every Holygood track is incredible and I love them all! So, I have to say, when it comes to my ratings, I'd give it a 5 out of 5 lemons, as that's what I gave their previous releases, and it's still a solid track, a track that's mood dependant for myself, but it's still good! I really like it, and as always, I'm really excited to see what Holygood release next! 

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