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Am I Pretty Now? by Young Fatigue


Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we're going to be talking about Young Fatigue's latest release, Am I Pretty Now?. On Friday (30th April) Young Fatigue dropped this track and, if you've been around long enough you'll know back when I did my Small Band Week in September (I think) last year, Young Fatigue was one of the bands I did an introducing post on. When I did that post I did a review of Pretty Now and Dislocation. If you're unaware, Am I Pretty Now? is a re-release of Pretty Now. So, yes, this isn't a new track to me. but it is a new version of the track. 


I will add that I am not reviewing this against the original as I'd have to listen to them side by side to do that, so I'm reviewing it as a track, not a re-release. 

From the intro alone, it grips my attention like the original did, I like the heavy riffs in the intro, that does something for me. I actually think, based on memory, that I prefer this version to the original, I remember liking the original, but this version is just something else. I'm a big fan of the vibe of this track, and although it's pretty much 4 and a half minutes long, it's a track that can still hold my attention, which I really appreciate. 

It's a decent track, and I actually really like this rendition of the track. I think it's a solid track, and it's definitely giving Dislocation a run for its money. There's plenty of tempo changes in the track which we all know, is a big thing I look for in a track. I'm incredibly impressed with this track. I love every element of the track! Young Fatigue have done an incredible job with this track. I think this is a pretty catchy track, and it definitely packs a punch. Honestly, this has exceeded all expectations I had for this track, and I'm blown away by how good it is. This is a great example of how talented Young Fatigue are. 

Overall, I have to give Am I Pretty Now? a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! Such a great track, and if you haven't heard of Young Fatigue before, this is a sign to go and check them out, because they're insane! Definitely, a band to look out for. This is a great example of the true talent Young Fatigue have! I cannot recommend going and checking this song out enough! I'm blown away by it, and I know I'm going to be listening to it on repeat. 

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