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Shower Songs by Lewis Kelly

Welcome back, yet again, today I'm back with a blog favourite, Lewis Kelly. On Friday the 19th of March, Lewis Kelly released his EP titled 'Shower Songs'. This is a 5 track EP, and although I've done full reviews of some of the tracks on the EP, of course, I still had to feature the EP. 

The EP opens with a remix of hurting you is inevitable, now, I loved the original version of this track, and I love this remix just as much, if not more. I'm not normally the one for remixes but this is an exception. I love this, I love the vibe of this, and it's just an absolute banger. It's just insane how good it is, and if you listened to the original and you liked it, you may love this, but if you found the original not as upbeat as you'd have liked, then the remix is for you. It's incredible and such a great opening track. 

We then follow up with posty, and I've voiced how this is my favourite track by Lewis before, and I still stand by this. It's an insane song, I love it as much as I did when it dropped as a single, I might even love it a bit more now than when it first dropped. It's just such a great track, such a catchy track and it hits the spot for me. I love this track and the punch it packs. Just an incredible track really. 

We then have northern quarter, which wasn't released as a single from the EP, it's equally as good as all the other tracks we've seen from Lewis, but it has its own unique sound to it. I think it's a beautiful track, and it's just one of those calming songs to listen to. Yes, I am someone who loves songs that are fast and upbeat, but I still love tracks like this. I think it's a great track, it's very much a Lewis Kelly track, but it's just such a beautiful track that you cannot help but fall in love with. Honestly, would highly recommend checking it out, because the vocals on this track are something else, and the vibes this track radiates are insane! I love it so much, but I wouldn't expect much less from a Lewis Kelly track. 

Moving on, we have unemployed, this was the track that introduced me to Lewis Kelly, and it's such a surreal track. I've done a full review on this track, and I still love it, I think it's an incredible track that still packs the same punch it did when it was released last year. It's just a great song, and I love it so much. 

We end the EP with hurting you is inevitable, but this time the version we all know. I quite like that the EP starts and finishes with the same track, I've always thought hurting you is inevitable was a great track, so I'm not too mad at the fact the EP ends and starts with it. Of course, one is a remix and one is the original, but I like that, I can get behind it, and because it's a song I actually like, it leaves a good impression on me for the entirety of the EP. 

Overall, I'm pretty impressed with the EP, the remix adds a nice touch to it, and I think it's got good vibes about it. I'm all for this EP, and I'm really impressed with it. Lewis has done a great job with this EP, and if you're looking for your low-fi pop, and your chilled out tracks, then this EP is the one for you! If you haven't heard it yet, then please go check it out! It's insane! 

When it comes to the rating I'd have to give it a solid 5 out of 5 lemons. I'm thoroughly impressed with this EP, and it does everything I want it to do. 

Where To Find Lewis Kelly; 

Apple Music

Where To Find Me: 

Here on LifeIsALemon more days than not, at 7pm (UK Time) 
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