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Road So Far by Raging Clue

 
Welcome back to yet another day when I actually upload! Today, I'm featuring another new band on the blog, however, very on-brand for me and the blog. Today I'm talking about a new release from a pop-punk/rock band, that hail from Nottingham! Yes, I'm back with Notts content again! Promise, I still love my local scene. Anyway, Raging Clue reached out to me the other day and asked if I'd want to do a review on their new track, I, of course, said yes. So, let's just get into talking about Road So Far by Raging Clue. 

Now, I had mid-tier expectations for this track, as I have listened to Raging Clue before and I do quite enjoy their sound, so I knew this track had to be decent. Didn't expect it to be as good as it is. 

Straight off, this song is enough to hold my attention and the vocals! The verse's pack a punch, and they're incredible. They're catchy, and I love the whole vibe of the track, but the change between verses and chorus is pure audible pleasure. I love how some lines are almost spat out, and I mean that in the best way, as I love that. To say this track is nearing on 5 minutes long, and normally I lose attention in a track if it's that long, I'm really impressed with this track. The drums, the guitar, the vocals, the lyrics, everything on this track is incredible! I'm not just saying I like it as it's a Notts band, as I don't love every single Notts band, but I do genuinely love this track! 

Road So Far has such an insane and intense vibe and sound to it, and it works so well. Some of the lines in the track are so hard-hitting, and it's the chorus that really does it for me, you need to hear it to understand it, but it's the way it leads you up to the point you think the sound is going to noticeably change, and then it doesn't and instead it takes an unexpected turn with the change, and I love that. It just does something for me inside, and it's the way it's such a quick and flawless transition. 

I'm well and truly in love with this track, I think it's incredible, and it just makes me feel a certain way, and I love this track, I cannot even explain how incredible this track is, it's mind-blowing how phenomenal it is. It's just something else. It really is. It's incredible, and I cannot stress just how much you need to go and check this out. Honestly, go and listen to Road So Far because it's extraordinary, and you need to hear this. It's not that I want you to hear it, it's that I need you to hear it and see how great this track really is. Please, go check it out and see what you think of it. 

Overall, I have to give Road So Far by Raging Clue a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! I wish, I could give it more, it's just incredible, and I really would recommend going and checking it out because I doubt you'll be disappointed. So, please, go check out this belter of a track! 

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