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Be My Saturday by Sirocco

 


Hey! Welcome or welcome back to me rambling about bands again. Today I'm talking about Be My Saturday by Northern band Sirocco. I got an email a couple of weeks ago, with this submission, so here we are, we're here to talk about Be My Saturday. 

The only thing I knew before hearing this track was that Sirocco is indie rock. That's all I knew, and of course, I like indie rock so I could guess that I would find some enjoyment in the track, but to what degree was unknown. 

The intro had me a little confused to begin with, but then it went on for a little while longer and I could grasp the direction the song was going to go in. I like the beat of the song, and I like that it doesn't sound like a carbon copy of every other song in the genre. I actually quite like the vocals as well. I wouldn't say it's an overly refined sound, but it's a sound that suits the band, and the chorus is what really won me over. The verses weren't exactly hitting me and engaging me like I wished they would, they were good, but the chorus is where it's at! As I've said before, I believe a chorus should be the catchy bit, and they should be the bit that grabs your attention, so I can't say I'm disappointed with the tracks. In all honesty, I like the other verses just not the opening verse, it doesn't grab my attention like the rest of the song. However, that's on first impressions, and it could grow on me the more I listen to it. This is definitely a track that I am going to be playing on repeat, I think it's going to be a song that grows on me, and I can say that the more I listen to it, the more I can appreciate the track. I think it just wasn't what I was expecting, and that's my own fault for not expecting this sound. I would say it's more indie/alt-rock rather than being like a lot of the classic indie bands on the scene currently. 

I do quite like the track, and the chorus really did win me over. I think it's a decent song, and it's got quite a catchy chorus. I would recommend checking it out, and seeing if you like it, because I'm really impressed with it. Although, maybe not what I was expecting, it's still a decent track, and if you do like your indie/alt-rock bands then this could a great band for you to check out! I will be listening to Sirocco some more, and I will be listening to their discography. They seem like a decent band, and they seem pretty talented judging by this track alone. 

Overall, I'd give Be My Saturday 4 out of 5 lemons. I like this track, and it does grow on you the more you listen to it, so definitely go give it a listen and see what you think of it. 

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