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The Juggler by SKRUFF

 


Welcome back, once again, to another review of an artist I've never featured before! In fact, SKRUFF are actually new to the scene with The Juggler being their debut single. SKRUFF is Sheffield based, which we all know, I like because Sheffield is just as close to me as Notts, it's where I go to uni, and we all know Sheffield produces incredible musicians!

I was sent this submission by Charlotte on behalf of Rebel Rose, and coincidentally, Joe actually dropped me a DM on Instagram, asking me if I could offer any support as well! I guess fate was really telling me I HAD to do a review on this track if I'd received the submission twice! 

From just reading the press release, seeing the artwork, and everything, I felt like I was going to really like this track, I just got good vibes from it prior to listening to it. When I actually listened to it, it was better than expected! 

The vibes of this track are insane! It's got Lower Than Atlantis vibes to it, and this is indie-alt rock at its finest! 

I love this so much! I was expecting something that would be good, but not something I'd fall in love with! But, I was so wrong! I'm obsessed with this track! The vibes are insane and the vocals! The talent! I'm obsessed with this track! I know, I say "This is the best thing I've heard in a while" a lot, but this track is what I love! We all know, alt-rock and pop-punk are my favourite genres, so when there's a track that is exactly what I expect from alt-rock, I am blown away! 

I love this track, I think it's incredible, and I truly believe this is one of the best tracks I've heard in a while. Positive vibes only with this track and the sound is just surreal! 

This is exactly what I want from alt-rock, this! This is what I want! I love that this track is the perfect sound for my personal preference, but also that it still has a bit of an edge to it. It's got enough original elements to be an individual sound, whilst also sticking closely to what we know and love! 

Overall, I am really impressed with this track, and cannot recommend you going and checking it out enough! Please, take the time to go and listen to this track and I doubt you'll be disappointed! It's such a phenomenal track, and you really do need to go and check it out! 

When it comes to my rating, I'd have to give The Juggler by SKRUFF a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! Please, go check it out and show it some love! 

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