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Romantic Disaster – Lil Lotus ft Chrissy Constanza
Opening with dreamy beats and slow guitars, the song quickly introduces Lotus his vocals to the mix. Going with more electronic instrumentation on the chorus as well as a mix between Lotus and Chrissy’s vocals. The second chorus follows the same pattern but is sung by Chrissy alone, going right back into the chorus. The bridge shows of the vocal chemistry on the song. The end of the song mirrors the opening.
Lyrically the song talks about the fair of falling in love and asking yourself if your enough or worse knowing your not enough.
What I like about this song is the poppy hook, and the chemistry between Lil Lotus and Chrissy.
Golden Life – See You Smile Ft DAIYA-TAN
Starting of with distorted guitars, the song quickly adds rhythmic drums and vocals. The chorus changes-up the tempo going louder and faster. Going for more of a breakdown on the bridge, the band takes it even faster on the ending of the song.
Lyrically the song talks about forgetting once problems and going to parties.
What I like about this song are how the song speeds up and shows a mix of different pop punk and pop styles.
Worse Days – Two and a Half Girl
Kicking of with slow bass, before introducing distorted guitars and pounding drums as well as grunting vocals, the song punches you in the face going forward to the chorus. Going just as hard is the intro to the second verse. Which is shorter and flows back to the chorus. Featured on the bridge are screaming vocals, pounding drums and heavy guitars. The song ends with one last chorus.
Lyrically like the title suggests, the song talks about the protagonists “Worse Days”
What I like about this song is it keeps kicking you in the face with its heavy tones.
Listen Sharon – Coocoo
Opening with surfy guitars, the song slowly works its way too fuzzy vocals and pounding drums. The chorus runs with its fuzz going louder with the guitars. The fuzzy vocals return for their second run, before the bridge goes with more guitars and alternating vocals. The song ends with the instrumentals going for double time.
Lyrically the song talks about toxic relationships
What I like about this song are the fuzzy guitars and screaming chorus.
IDGAF- As It Is
Starting of with slow guitars and Patty’s vocals sound raw, the song slowly adds goes more up beat with drums and guitars. Dying down again on the pre-chorus, the chorus itself takes it much harder. Flowing the blueprint of the first, the second verse flows to the chorus, this chorus changes things up by adding grunting vocals, taking it slower again and than restarting the chorus for the end of the song.
Lyrically the song describes a struggle with mental health, and the protagonists reflections on life.
What I like about this song is the contrast between the soft and loud parts, as well as pop hooks on the chorus.