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Recent Releases: Embxrs and Autumn Fires

 Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Again, I'm a week behind, but this week coming I intend to do this week's releases so I'm not behind. But today, we're just talking about female-fronted bands. I love Embxrs and I love Autumn Fires. They're both fantastic, powerful bands that are far too underrated. So, today we're talking about Autumn Fires track Open My Eyes and Embxrs track Move On.  Let's start with Autumn Fires. I've featured this lovely lot quite a bit on the blog, I think they're a spectacular band, and one that really does deserve your love and support! Open My Eyes is just as incredible as their previous singles, but has a slightly heavier feel to it, and I'm here for that! It's a track that really packs a punch, and the difference between this track and their early singles is so noticeable. Autumn Fires are getting better and better. They're proving themselves to be one of the bands that deserves your support more than a lot of

Recent Releases: Light Grey, Lewis Kelly, downcast, Elliot Mitchell and Murder on The Airwaves

  Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today is a massive blog post; we're talking new singles from 4 artists and a new album. We have a lot to get through, and I want to keep this as short and sweet as possible because there's the opportunity to waffle... a lot! Anyway, let's get into this!  Light Grey dropped a new track from their upcoming EP titled PRBLM. This might be my favourite track released from the EP so far. I absolutely love the vibes of this track; it reminds me of another track that I can't pinpoint currently, but it's insane. It packs such a punch; it's got that tempo change within the track that I always expect from Light Grey. It's got that incredible chorus, and it just generally packs a punch. It's got a cool feel to it, and I love every second of this track. It's a surreal track, and I think it's one that needs to be hyped up more. It's just such a surreal track, and I'm obsessed with it! This is one of the tracks that i

Happy Face by J K R and Ollie Hayes

Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Ahh! I'm finally doing a post that isn't a recent releases. This is the only track I'm reviewing from the previous music week, as there wasn't a lot last week. There's been a delay in the posting due to personal circumstances, but content should be getting back to normal soon! So, Ollie Hayes is back, and with J K R he's dropped Happy Face. This track is extraordinary.  You may think this has too much of an electric feel for me to love it, but I fucking love this track! this track is surreal, and it's got such a cool feel to it. I love the lyrics to this track as well, highly relatable, and just such an enjoyable track. I absolutely adore this track, and I think it's surreal. I can't actually comprehend how great this track is. It's catchy, and I've been playing this track a lot since it was released. I love everything about this track, and I'm honestly just 100% here for this track! It's a surreal tr

Recent Releases: , Clay J Gladstone, Hometruths and Through Your Eyes

Welcome/welcome back to the blog! It feels like forever since I've done a post, and I know, this is another Recent Releases post, but I've had a lot going on in my personal life, so I need to get these reviews done! So, I'm sorry if you're sick of Recent Releases posts, but they're going to be a weekly thing on the blog!  Let's talk about Pavรจ first, now I've reviewed their previous single, How's She Doing? and I loved it. I think Pavรจ are an incredible band, and one with so much potential to achieve great things. Alanya's vocals are just phenomenal, so I truly believe she could sing anything and I'd be impressed. Come Alive, has a heavier feel to it than the previous single. The instrumental aspects are a lot more rock-orientated rather than pop, and the vocals are extraordinary as anticipated. There's a really nice tempo change/build up in this track, and I'm a big fan of that. That was a pleasant surprise on this track. I'm a big f