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Recent Releases: Misplaced, Clay J Gladstone, Ollie Hayes and More

Welcome/welcome back to the blog! It’s a Sunday, so you know what that means. We’re talking Recent Releases. There should actually be another blog post later on in the week as well as I’m actually going to a gig again, and I intend to work it if I can. So stay tuned for another Distant Blue live review! Anyway, this week we’re going to be talking about new releases from, Misplaced, Clay J Gladstone, Ollie Hayes, Without Andrew, Passionflower, WRTHLESS, and Viva La Bear. This is going to be a pretty long post, and therefore I’m going to get straight to the point with my reviews.   Let’s start off with Misplaced, now here on the blog, we love Misplaced. They’re a phenomenal band, and one of the best next wave pop-punk bands in the scene. Hailing from Glasgow, they never fail to pack a punch within their tracks, and this track is no exception to the rule. Their new track, deep end, is a hard-hitting, anthem. It’s phenomenal. It’s got the same sort of feel as the likes of idk why I try. I

Recent Releases: Holygood and Light Grey

 Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today I'm going to be talking about Light Grey's new EP, and the final single from Holygood. This is going to be an emotional post, but we'll get into that a bit later. So, let's get into this!  Light Grey dropped an EP titled, Are You Even Real. It's a 5 track EP, we've heard and reviewed 3 out of 5 of the tracks previously, those were Disassociate, PRBLM and Messed Up. I did full reviews of those tracks so I won't be saying much about them. The EP opens with the title track Are You Even Real, this track is fairly short, with a listening time under 2 minutes. However, when the track kicks in, it really does pack a punch. The intro had me feeling a bit weird, but I absolutely adored the track when it properly kicked in. It's got such a nice, and refreshing feel to it. I absolutely love this track and I think it's extraordinary! Then comes Messed Up, which I liked when it was released, and I like it now. It's a g