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Worldwide Catastrophe by Royals

Welcome back to another blog post! Today we’re talking about Royals and their latest track Worldwide Catastrophe. I was proper hyped for this track, and it really didn’t disappoint me. 

Worldwide Catastrophe is a belter of a track that packs an incredibly big punch. It’s got a super catchy chorus with some incredible vocals. The guitar, the drums, the lyrics, all aspects of this track are phenomenal. It’s just surreal how great this track. It does everything you want it to do and more. The vocals between the verse and first chorus really won me over. They’re that level of catchy that would get stuck in your head for a week later. 

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t obsessed with this track, it’s incredible! It’s super catchy and it’s anthemic. I think it’s incredible, and it’s clear to see why this song has already amassed nearly 15,000 streams on Spotify in the just over a week it’s been out. It’s such an incredible track and even just listening to it once shows just how incredible the track is. 

I love the vibe of this track, and every element within the track. One of my favourite things about this track is how well balance it is, nobody is drowning the other out, and everything is so well balanced and I love being able to hear and appreciate every member of the bands. 

Overall, I’m pretty impressed with this track and I think Worldwide Catastrophe is a belter of a track.  It’s phenomenal. I’d give it a solid 5 out of 5 lemons because, I truly am obsessed with it. I think it’s an incredible track that packs a big punch and does everything you want to and more. I can’t actually believe just how good this track is, I expected it to be good but not THIS good. It’s insane! I cannot recommend you going and checking it out enough! It’s not even that I want you to check it out, it’s that you NEED to check it out. It’s something else. Cannot recommend this track enough. Please go check it out and show Royals some love! 

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