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What's Left For Us? by All Over Again

 
Welcome/welcome back to another blog post! Today I'm talking about All Over Again, who are a Nottingham alt-rock band! We all know, that I love alt-rock and I love Notts bands! I'm very enthusiastic about bands from my city, so I was more than happy to do some coverage on this EP when I got an email asking if I'd be willing to do a post about it. So, here we are. All Over Again released an EP yesterday (30th April), and I'm going to be talking about my thoughts on the tracks! 

The first track on the EP is, Breathe Me In which was the first track released from the EP. It starts off quite slow, but it builds up, and I love that. Grace has a beautiful voice, and I love that there are tempo changes throughout the song, because at this point, anybody that's read my reviews before, knows that's the one thing that makes me fall in love with a track. I think this is such an incredible track, it's beautiful, I love everything about this track, I think it's incredible. This is the sort of track I expect to hear on Radio 1. It's beautiful, it's incredible, and it sounds so incredible. It sounds so refined in the best way possible, and I'm a massive fan of this track. Really impressed. 

The second track is, Dangerous. This has a bit of a heavier feel to it compared to Breathe Me In, it still has those tempo changes, but it's just got a darker, grungier vibe to it. I love the vibes of this track, and although, not as catchy as the previous track, it's still incredible. As I've said before, a song doesn't have to be catchy to be great, and this is a great track. I love the guitar on this track. That would have to be the stand-out element for me, but I think everything on this track is insane. There's an instrumental in this track as well, and I'm known to not be the biggest fan of instrumentals because they often fail to hold my attention, but this instrumental just hits different. It's insane, the guitar on that blew my mind. Honestly, a great instrumental and a generally great track. I'm really impressed. 

Next up is, Fire, which was also previously released as a single. I think this is quite an interesting track. It's got a completely different feel to it compared to the previous two tracks, but I like it. It still sounds similar to the other tracks, but it has a different vibe to it which I really enjoy. I love this track, and I think it's beautiful. It's an incredible song, that just makes me feel something inside, and I'm honestly here for it. All Over Again are proving just how talented they are with this EP. 

The last track on the EP is Lie, which again, is another beautiful track. The intro to this track had me intrigued as to what direction this track was going in, and I wasn't disappointed when it kicked in. It's such a lovely track, and it just makes me feel something insane. I love the vibes of this track and the tempo changes in this track. This is the one for me! Lie is that stand-out track for me, it's just insane, the way there's so much change in the track and the way it just holds my attention. I love that. I love this track, and I truly think it's insane! If I was to pick the one song off this EP to put on my list of tattoo-worthy songs it would be this one. 

Overall, I am incredibly impressed with this EP, this is insane! All Over Again are insanely talented, and I think they may be in my top 10 Notts bands, they're insane! I love this EP, and I'm 100% a massive fan of All Over Again already. I can't wait to hear what they come out next, and you can be assured that when live music returns you'll be able to find me at an All Over Again gig! 

When it comes to my rating, I'd have to give this EP a solid 5 out of 5 lemons! It's incredible, and I'm blown away by it. Cannot recommend you going and checking it out enough, it's just an incredible EP, and an incredible band that you really need to go and check out! 

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