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Heartbreak by Joe Sant


Welcome back to another blog post, and another post where I'm talking about a new artist to the blog! Today I'm talking about Joe Sant and his latest release Heartbreak. Joe Sant is the part of Manchester soft-rock band Floor 4, however, Joe has now released his debut single 'Heartbreak'. 

Heartbreak (It's A Lifetime Away) is a lo-fi pop track, and although, this isn't a genre I listen to a lot, I have done numerous posts about Lewis Kelly, who is an incredible artist who also does some great lo-fi pop tracks, so it's not that I'm completely unfamiliar with the genre. 

From the start, I knew I was going to like this track because the instrumental intro is non-existent, which I love, and the vocals are incredible! Joe has such smooth, calming vocals that are enough to catch anybody's attention. I think it's an incredibly beautiful track, it's audible pleasure, and although, this isn't a genre that you see me gravitate towards, I can appreciate this track, and I think it's pretty engaging to listen to. I think this is an incredible track, and although, for me personally, this would be a mood dependent track I can see a lot of people really enjoying this track. I wouldn't say it's one of those catchy tracks, in the sense that it would be stuck on repeat in your head, but it's definitely a song that will play in my head on repeat. I quite like this track, and I just love the vocals so much! I think the vocals are incredibly powerful, Joe has so much potential because, as we can hear in Heartbreak, he has so much talent! 

I am really impressed with this track, and even if this isn't a track that I'm going to reach for everyday, I can still appreciate the talent, and the beauty of this track, and I can sit back and admire it. I didn't know what to expect from this track, but now I've heard it, it's definitely a lot better than I ever anticipated it being. Would highly recommend you going and checking it out and showing both Joe and this track some love and appreciation! 

Overall, I'd have to give this track a solid 4 out of 5 lemons. I really do like this track, of course, I personally would have liked there to be a bit more a kick to the track, but that's coming from me, someone who is a massive fan of alternative music, and I always comment on tempo changes within tracks, so yes, I personally would have wanted a little bit more a kick to the track, but I'm still really impressed with this track and I think it's beautiful. Would highly recommend you giving it a spin and seeing what you think. 

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