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Spite Song by roberts.


Welcome back to the blog once again, and today, I am bringing you a review of a new track by an artist who I've never mentioned here before. roberts. is a solo musician who is incredibly talented at what he does, and he makes some incredible music. The music is very much pop-punk and it's classic pop-punk especially this track. We all know I am a massive fan of pop-punk so when roberts. had approached me a month or so ago asking if I'd be up for producing some content on Spite Song, I, of course, said yes. 

Spite Song is one of my favourite tracks I've heard in such a long time! I am obsessed with this track, it is a belter, and this is the shit we love to see coming from small artists! I want to hear songs like Spite Song that when I'm listening to it makes me question if this is coming from a small artist or an artist that dominates the scene, like Knuckle Puck or State Champs, Seaway, Neck Deep, The Story So Far, the modern pop-punk bands that are cult classics at this point. If you're a modern pop-punk fan then you know what I mean by that, and the reason I'm mentioning these artists, in particular, is because these are the artists that when I was listening to Spite Song I was really there thinking "Fuck, I'd swear this came from...". 

This is a classic pop-punk song, this is a song that is easy to become obsessed with and addicted to. This is a track that you can reach for time and time again. This is a song that is incredibly engaging, there's no doubt that for the few minutes this song is playing it can hold your attention. It's surreal, it's insane and I'm hooked on this track. This is one of those songs you can get pumped up to, this is a track that you want to listen to repeatedly. This is a track that does everything you want it to do, and more. This is a track that proves pop-punk is not dead. This track is everything you want from a pop-punk track. 

I cannot explain just how much I love this track, because it's honestly, on another level. I'm obsessed with this track, and I cannot recommend enough that you go and check this track out and show it some love. I love it, and I'm sure you will too, if you're a pop-punk fan and you like the bands I mentioned previously, then this track is for you! It's insane! 

Overall, I cannot give this song any less than 5 out 5 lemons, it's well and truly deserved for this track, and it's not hard to understand why if you drop it a listen. I'm obsessed with this track, and you really do need to check it out! 

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