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fate & fairytales by Misplaced


Welcome/welcome back to the blog. Today we're talking about the new Misplaced track that dropped TODAY (30th April). I'm super hyped to be doing this post because Misplaced are a blog favourite at this point. 

Misplaced are back with another new track! This time they've got SayWeCanFly featuring on the track, which is incredible and really adds something to the track. 

I think we all know by now that I am a massive fan of Misplaced, and I personally believe they are incapable of releasing a bad song. They're super lovely and they always put out banger after banger. Such an underrated band, but I'm so glad to finally see them getting the recognition that they deserve! 

fate & fairytales is an incredible track that really does pack a punch. It does everything you want it to do and more. It's honestly a great track, and although it isn't the classic angsty, pop-punk sound we're used to hearing from our Scottish friends, it's still a great track and reminds me of the likes of  "I've Been Up Way Too Late", it's a great track and it definitely packs a punch. It's a lovely song to listen to, and because it's got a softer vibe to it, there's the potential for it to be a very versatile track due to the fact it has that softer vibe to it. However, although it's a softer track, and stereotypically I'm not the world's biggest fan of softer tracks, this is still one that I find myself enjoying and being able to listen to on repeat without getting bored. I really like this track, and I can imagine a lot of others liking this track too. It's an incredible song and it's super enjoyable. 

I love that although this isn't the classic pop-punk sound, we still have all the incredible elements that we'd find on any other Misplaced track. The vocals, the guitar, the lyrics, everything about this track gets a big yes from me. It's incredible, and in that retrospect it's like every other Misplaced track, just a little slower and a bit softer. 

The feature from SayWeCanFly really adds something to the track, just to give it that bit more pizzazz. I really love this track and I think it's incredible. They've all done such a great job on this track, and it's insane! Would definitely recommend checking it out if you haven't already! 

If you haven't heard of Misplaced before, or if you haven't listened to this song before then please go and change that. Misplaced are incredible, and they have such great potential to be one the biggest pop-punk bands in the scene. 

Overall, I'd give fate & fairytales a solid 5 out of 5 lemons. I expected nothing less from Misplaced though, it's a great song and I'm thoroughly impressed with it. Cannot recommend you going and checking it out enough. 

Where To Find Misplaced; 

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