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Wannabe by Dead Bundy


Dead Bundy have become a blog favourite recently, and they dropped a new single on Friday (23rd April), so, of course, I am back to bring you my thoughts on the track! 

I knew this was going to be a great track because Dead Bundy never seem to disappoint anymore, and they're just such a surreal band! I cannot recommend them enough, they're insane. So, I was pretty stoked to hear they were dropping a new song. As I said, I knew this would be a great track, but I didn't expect it to be as good as it is. 

It's definitely the classic Dead Bundy sound, it's got those early 2000's pop-punk vibes in it, and it's great. Although, maybe not as catchy in the same way as the likes of 'When I'm High' this is still a killer track. This packs such a punch, and it's got them insane guitar riffs, that classic catchy chorus with the hard-hitting and relatable lyrics. It's one of those songs you can listen to on repeat and not find yourself wanting to skip it. It's an infectious track, and it's one that can keep my attention. I know, I put a lot of emphasis on songs being able to keep my attention, but I'll listen to some tracks and just lose interest in them because they don't do enough to keep my attention, but that's something I know Dead Bundy can always keep ahold of. I love this track, and I think it's an insane track with those anecdotal lyrics. 

I love the vibes of this track, and I'm just 100% here for this track and the vibes. I love it. I think it's such an impressive track, and although it's not an instant earworm track, it's still catchy and I think I actually love this track the most out of the ones I've posted my reviews on. I love the lyrics to this track, and the whole pop-punk/punk-rock vibe of this track is insane. I love it. It's something that I cannot get enough of, and I know for a fact I'm going to be playing this track a lot, because it's insane. It's one of those songs you want to listen to repeatedly. I love it, and I'd highly recommend you going and checking it out if you haven't already. It's insane, and it's deserving of your attention. 

Overall, I'm super impressed with this track, it's an insane track, it's an anthem, and it's a great addition to Dead Bundy's discography. I love this track, and I cannot recommend you going and checking it out enough. When it comes to the rating, I'd have to give Wannabe a solid 5 out of 5 lemons. Dead Bundy never disappoint, and this track is no exception. I love it. Please, go and check the track out and show it some love! 

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