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Dancing Alone (Acoustic) by Kid Amelia

 



Welcome back to the blog yet again! Today we're talking about Kid Amelia's latest release. I have mentioned Kid Amelia on the blog before, but for anybody who wasn't around then or has forgotten, Kid Amelia are an alt/indie rock band from Nottingham. 

Dancing Alone, as you may expect is not a new track, the song itself was their last single, and now they've released the acoustic version of the track. Now, I think we all know that I tend to not be the biggest fan of re-releases, acoustic versions and remixes of tracks, but that's my personal preference.

Now, I have heard Dancing Alone before, but I haven't heard it in a while, therefore, I'm a bit more hopeful about enjoying this track. I tend to find acoustic versions of tracks never live up to the original, but I have a lot of faith in Kid Amelia changing my mind. 

Now, straight off, from the intro alone, I had faith in this track, because it wasn't just a plain, simple, acoustic track. When the vocals kicked it, it confirmed that I was right to have faith in this track, because it does so much more than a normal acoustic version of a track would. Of course, this is not the original, but for an acoustic track, this is pretty impressive. I like how it's a lot more refined than a lot of other acoustic tracks. 

The vocals on this track are phenomenal, I'd be concerned if the vocals didn't stand out to me on an acoustic track, but I liked the vocals so much more than I expected, and I like this track a lot more than expected. I didn't have the highest of hopes, but I would genuinely reach for this acoustic track a fair amount, I would choose to listen to this. I really like it, I think it's a great track, it's a decent acoustic track, and it does do the original justice. I'm impressed, I'm a lot more impressed than I expected to be and I really like this track. 

Overall, I'd give this track a solid 5 out of 5 lemons, because, I'm actually really impressed with it and as acoustic tracks go, this is an incredible one! I love this, I think it's great, and it's equally as good as the original just in a different way. I love this track, and I'd highly recommend going and checking it out, because it's really good! I'm thoroughly impressed with it, and I can imagine others would be too. So, please, go check out the acoustic of Dancing Alone by Kid Amelia, and show it some love if you like it! 

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