Release Radar #98

Let’s go, new Friday and five new releases.

Back Again – GIRLSGIRLSGIRLS

Kicking of with pounding drums, the song quickly adds guitar and vocals into the mix, the rhythmic instrumentals slowly crawl towards the chorus, which goes with a pop hook. The second verse opens with a focus on the guitars in the instrumentals. The chorus rolls by, with the bridge changing up the instrumentation with some effects. The song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the song talks about going out again.

What I like about this song is the upbeat nature and the use of electronics    

SENSITIVE – Mothica

Opening with dark, distorted instruments Mothica her vocals quickly flow by, with the chorus combining stuttering guitars and other electronic effects for an eerie feeling, the second verse, keeps with this vibe getting into the chorus the same way. The bridge combines the instruments of the chorus, with the vocal style of the verse. The song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the song talks about overthinking, and anxiety.

What I like about this song is the dark nature, and heavy instrumentation.

Til’ Death Do Us Part – First and Forever

Kicking of with distorted guitars and rhythmic drums, the song switches to electronic beats when the vocals are added. During the verse, the instruments are slowly added back, going all out on the chorus with the vocals matching in intensity. The song flows trough the second verse, the kick it on the chorus once more, which also marks the end of the song.   

Lyrically the song is basically a breakup song.

What I like about this song is the old school emo feeling, I can’t wait to hear this song come by during an emo night.     

Barbed Wire Body – Movements

Opening with slightly distorted guitars and drums, the vocals quickly take the spotlight. The chorus flows by with a grove on the instrumentals, the second verse keeps with its intensity, kicking it fully on the chorus again. The bridge goes instrumental mostly, only added vocals back to build towards one last chorus.

Lyrically the song talks about someone’s anti-social behavior

What I like about this song is the overall grove.   

Trying – Mint Green

Starting of with dreamy guitars, pounding drums and mellow vocals, the song breaks itself up with instrumental parts, going mellow at the verse, but keeping things dreamy and light. The song repeats the opening on the second chorus, complete with mellowed down section. Instrumentals provide another break, with the vocals softly being added back. Drums are slowly added back, building towards one last chorus.

Lyrically the song talks about moving on after splitting with someone.

What I like about this song is the dreamy feeling and instrumental breaks    

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