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Palace by BrunchBox

 

Welcome back to another blog post, where I'm telling you about a new release from another band I've never featured before! Today's band is BrunchBox who are a trio from Sheffield, who reunited as a band last year, and they released their latest single 'Palace' today (March 5th). 

When I got the email from BrunchBox I did listen to their previous releases and I was really impressed with them, so I had fairly high expectations for this one too! It didn't disappoint! 

Palace, whilst still sounding similar to their other releases, is very much its own song. It's an indie, alt track really, and it's exactly what you expect, but although it's exactly what you expect, it's got an edge to it and it's a unique sound. It's an impressive track, and it fits the vibe of their previous tracks. 

I actually really like this track, I like it more than I expected to, the whole sound of the track just gives me positive vibes, like good, spring/summer vibes. It's a pretty cool track, and I really enjoy it. I love the vibe of the track, and because there are lots of different elements within the track, it's quite engaging to listen to. It's a track that I can listen to repeatedly with ease, and one that I can find plenty of enjoyment in listening to. 

Honestly, it's a great track, it's a track that when the weather is nice I can imagine listening to a lot, it's one of those songs that is complimentary to a bright summers day. It's great, it's one of those tracks that doesn't get you all riled up, but it offers you some calming vibes, and makes you feel happy, just because of the sound of it. I really do like this track, and it's the vibes it emits that really wins me over. I would recommend going and checking it out, because it's actually a solid track, and I can see this being one of those really universal tracks that so many people find enjoyment in! 

Overall, I'd give it a solid  5 out of 5 lemons. I do really rate this track, and I think on brighter days I'm going to be out there playing this track as loud as I can because it just radiates good vibes, and it's great. I really would recommend you going and checking it out! It's incredible, and I can see so many people liking this track. 

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