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Find Me Here, Pt 1 by High Wire


Welcome back to another blog post! Today we're talking about the new High Wire EP, this EP features the 4 already released singles, and a new track. Last week we spoke about Up & Away, and now we're talking about the EP. This is a great EP, and I knew it would be because I loved the singles that were already on it. I thought the singles were incredible tracks and ones that I was forever singing my heart out to. So, I knew, that because this EP had 4 songs on that I already knew I loved, I knew it was going to be good. 

The EP opens with Up & Away, and as I was saying last week, this is a great track. This is incredible, it's not a new song to me, and I literally reviewed it last week, so there isn't much I can say that I haven't already said before, but it's a great song, and the more I've listened to it, the more it's grown on me. I love it, and I think it's a great opening track to the EP. 

The second track is Redcard, which is one of my personal favourite High Wire tracks. This is a big mood, this is incredible. It's catchy, it's loud, it's engaging, it's everything I want it to be and more. This isn't a new song to me, but it is one that I will forever love. I think it's an incredible track, and it really does pack a punch. It's got a great chorus, and it shows High Wire's true potential and sound. I love this track and the vibe of it. It's insane, and the bridge will always win me over. It's impactful, and it's an anthem. This is a song that should never be played on a low volume. It's insane! Cannot recommend you checking it out enough! 

The third track is When You're Gone, which is the new track on the EP. This is the one we've never heard before, and I am here for it! It's insane! It's not as punchy as the other tracks on the EP, but it's still great. It still does something for me, and I love the vibes of it. Although this isn't the punchiest track on the EP, it's the one that resonates with me the most. I love this track, and I think it's a beautiful track. It's still a track I'd play on full volume, and on repeat. I love it, and I think it's insane, and it's just great, but I didn't expect anything less from High Wire. I love this track, and I'm really impressed with it. It's insane! Cannot recommend checking it out enough! 

Up next is, Some Kind of Miracle and this song will never not make me want to lose my shit. I love this track and this is where the EP returns to the classic sound, this has such a catchy chorus, and it's just one of those songs that has to be played on full blast. I've loved this track since it was first released, and I just think it's insane. The drums, the vocals, the lyrics, the guitar, the bass, the tempo, everything about this track is incredible! If you haven't heard this track before, then you've been missing out. This track really is everything. It's insane! I've continued to be obsessed with it since its release. It's just so catchy, and it's insane. It really is impeccable. 

The last track is Good Enough, this was the first High Wire track that made me pay attention to them. This was the track that appeared on my Discover Weekly last year and got me obsessed. This song is enough to keep anybody engaged, it's loud, it's classic pop-punk really, it's insane. I love it, and I will forever think it's a tune! Like with When You're Gone, this song resonates with me so much! I love how catchy this track is, and it's just such an anthem! If you haven't heard this track before, then you need to! If you hear it, you'll understand why I hype High Wire up as much as I do. This track really is insane, and I cannot recommend checking it out enough! It's just so catchy, and it makes me want to hear it live, it makes me want to be in a venue jumping around to this track, because it's insane. 

Overall, if you couldn't tell, I really love this EP. I think it's insane, and every track is a bop. There are no weak tracks on the EP, and it really is incredible! High Wire have done such a great job on this EP, and I'm really impressed. I would 100% recommend checking this EP out if you haven't already. When it comes to rating, I'd give it a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! It's insane! 

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