Song, Album, Music Video & Performance Reviews

A collation of blog posts surrounding song, album, EP, music video and performances.

Fall Out Boy have had a glow up despite their music midlife crisis MANIA managed to show. Taking to The Late Late Show stateside to perform the lavish Latin ‘Hold Me Tight Or Don’t’ and the ‘Sugar, We’re Goin Down’ singers looked like they were being held tightly by the day of the dead spirits, with restrictive rocking and spiritless singing summing up this soulless showcase. The Chicago chimers contribution…

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Styles has struck off One Direction temporarily, whilst Payne is pursuing in the footsteps of one. Harry Styles and Liam Payne are the hive of hasty activity in the post 1D phase, with the sorrowful stimulant ‘Sign Of The Times’ and stylishly syncopated ‘Strip That Down’ singers stretching their solo sphere into the new year, with Styles starring in a Fleetwood Mac classic with the band in its entirety whilst…

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A landscape of a Lama apocalypse, a riptide of relentless repetition and a visionary of vacillating vocals, Fall Out Boy’s MANIA is a conflicting collation of juxtaposing styles, platitudinous lyricism and coherent vocals that will leave the fresher of Fall Out Boy fans accustomed to a commercialised revival of what used to be prominent pop-rock realism. Fall Out Boy MANIA Album Track Listing: Young and Menace Champion Stay Frosty Royal…

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The prophet, mourner, deviant, mystic and destroyer have been resurrected from the desert depths of the Wretched and Divined to the prison cells of ‘Wake Up’. Solitary confinement embeds the four walls Andy Biersack and wild one members are detained, charged with the order of treason as his personified alter ego the prophet is facing a looming death to tremendously transitioning to a skin covered studded star wailing about the…

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Currency ready Fall Out Boy have more ridiculously far-fetched merchandise additions on sale. Lyricism “I’ll stop wearing black when they make a darker colour” speak of contextualising young societies fad for coal coloured clothing, a contemporaneous structured composition of sustained beats enclosed in a QVC style systematic illustrated narrative that remains to be unique, yet hardly fitting with the MANIA┬ámantra. The Chicago chimers currently residing their appearance and gig itinerary…

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