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I'll Meet You At The End And Then We'll Do It Again by Beneath Flowers

A few days ago, Beneath Flowers released their new EP, I'll Meet You At The End And Then We'll Do It Again, which funnily enough, is the title of all three tracks on the EP. Now, I have heard of Beneath Flowers before, I've been following them on Instagram for a few months, and I've heard their previous releases and I was really impressed by them! This meant, that I was actually really excited when they asked me if I'd be up for doing some content on the EP. I had some decent expectations for this EP, and let me just say, they didn't disappoint! 

The first track on the EP is I'll Meet You, and this is such an incredible opening track. It's a perfect opening track to this EP. I want to say it starts quiet, but I don't mean that in the way that would imply this is a soft, slow, stripped back, track, I mean it's just a bit of a muted track for the first minute and a half, and then it kicks in and it's beautiful! I'm 100% behind that because it's incredible! The vocals are insane, so is the guitar and the drums, the bass, the lyrics, everything on this track is just incredible. It's a track that you expect to have the big build-up it has, but it happens when you almost don't expect it. I'm really impressed with this track, and I love the vibe of the track and everything! I think it's really impressive. 

The second track on the EP is At The End, and this is a personal favourite. I love the beat, I love how engaging this is to listen to. I love the drums, the vocals, the bass, the tempo, the lyrics, everything about this track is just insane! This is such an incredible track that really packs a punch. It's super catchy and infectious, and it's just an absolute belter of a track! I love this one so much, and it truly is incredible. The chorus still has a bit of a tempo change which makes me love it even more, and I'm well and truly obsessed with this track! It's extraordinary. I know I could listen to nothing but this track for a week and it would not get boring. I love this track so much! 

The last track on the EP is And Then We'll Do It Again, this track again is incredible. It's one of the strongest closing tracks I've ever heard. It's incredible, it really hits the spot, and it's still catchy, maybe not as catchy as the previous track, but it's still catchy, and it still packs a punch. I really like this track and I think it's incredible. It's a great closing track, and it's a pretty solid track and I'm pretty impressed by it. 

Overall, the EP deserves a solid 5 out of 5 lemon rating because it's just that incredible! It's an incredible EP, and I love it so much! One of the best EP's I've heard in a while. It's decent, and I'm really impressed. I'd highly recommend you go and check it out! 

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