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Knockout by Rebuild & Rebound
Looking for more pop punk? Look no further than the latest single by Rebuild & Rebound. The melodies on this song are incredibly catchy and the chorus is one you’ll be singing along to in no time.
Name by Armors
This is the first song I heard from this artist and I was really impressed and interested from first listen. I like the sound of his music and think that this song shows off that sound very well. In addition, I think he is a really talented vocalist and lyricist, and both of those talents shine in this track.
Cruel Life by Jule Vera
The band released their album “Waiting On The Sun” this past summer and this is one song on it that needs more recognition than it gets. There’s so much emotion in it, from the lyrics to the piano to the vocal performances.
Matter by Kayak Jones
There’s so much emotion on this song as well. The lyrics are very detailed and something a lot of people can connect to, and the shouted vocals and hard hitting instrumentals really portray that emotion very well.
Last Legs by Imminence
This is an older song from this band, but one that I still really enjoy. It’s easily one of my favorites off of the record it’s from. There’s not too much about this song that I can really pinpoint to show why I enjoy it so much, but for some reason, it just stood out to me.
Penance by Holding Absence
Holding Abscence are a band that I’ve been a fan of for awhile, so when I first heard this song, I was ecstatic that I was hearing new music from them. Although this song is kind of expansive at over six minutes long, it still holds the listener’s attention all the way through.
The End Of Us by A Higher Demise
This is off of the band’s most recent EP, and it’s easily one of my favorite songs off of it. It has a good balance of singing and screaming, great lyrics, and a huge chorus that really impressed me. It’s a great song to listen to if this is your first time listening to the band.
Barker Street by The Wildhood
This is probably my favorite song off of the band’s debut EP. The song immediately grabbed my attention from the moment I first heard it. After listening to it, I immediately thought that this band stood out and I still think so.
I Can’t Sleep by Vesta Collide
This is and always has been one of my favorite songs by this band. Ever since I heard and reviewed their debut record, this was one of the songs off of it that stuck with me and still does, around a year later. It definitely has the aggression that’s a key part of the band’s sound, but also has a huge chorus with a grey clean vocal performance as well.
Chip On My Shoulder by You Vs. Yesterday
This is the lead single and closer off of the band’s latest EP and it is definitely the best choice for both of those. Everything about the song and the way it was composed makes it so memorable. The lyrics are pretty good and the chorus is one of many great ones this band has created.
Crossroads by Legacy At Heart
This is the opening track of of the band’s debut record and it opens up the record in the strongest way possible. It hits hard on every possible level and needs more recognition than it gets.
Exist by Separations
This is one of my favorite songs off of the band’s sophomore record and I loved it from the instant I heard it. The lyrics immediately caught my attention and the vocal performance absolutely blew me away.
Applause by Tiny Moving Parts
This is the band’s latest single off of their forthcoming record, and it is my favorite out of the singles they’ve released from the record so far. The instrumentals are so creative and the guitar parts especially really impressed me and stood out a lot.
Lonely Smiles by WSTR
While some of the lyrics cover a bit of a serious topic, the song itself still seems happy with the upbeat instrumentation and major key melodies. As well as that, the song overall is catchy on every level and is one I can’t stop listening to.
Sinking Me by Thousand Below
This was the first song I heard from this band and I was immediately blown away. The vocalist of this band has a voice that really stands out, and the song as a whole hits hard in every way possible.