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The Neighbourhood: HARD EP

Long time, no talk.

Apologies for my long absence. Needless to say, school got hard and life got tough, but I’m back. I’ve been meaning to write a post about The Neighbourhood’s newest music, and talk about the artist, Jesse Rutherford, in general. Lucky for you, I’m choosing today’s post to do exactly that!

I first heard “Sweater Weather” when I was probably in eighth grade, and from then on I was absolutely hooked. Their album, Wiped Out!, came out my senior year of high school, and I remember the exact moment in my algebra class when I checked Spotify and scanned through every title. I won’t go into anymore explanation of how they are by far my favorite band, but they are and that’s all the background information that is important to this post.

A few weeks ago, their highly anticipated new music dropped and I’ve already hand picked my favorites of the five new songs: 24/7 and You Get Me So High. Don’t worry! I’ll go into full detail of my thoughts and emotions of each song before the post is over. All I want to say before hand though is that this EP, Hard, holds so much honesty, originality, and overall truth.

24/7: the hit of the album. Definitely will not go without recognition for the fact that it’s a new beat and a great message. Don’t wish your life away, kids!

Roll Call: high intensity with an attention to details. Very chill vibes. An expected tune to their familiar and synonymous rhythm.

Sadderdaze: think Beatles.

Noise: Another familiar sound. Has their trade mark of longing back ground vocals and repetitive echoing.

You Get Me So High: ugh. this is the one that punches me in the gut. Every verse is so well written. very poetic. very truthful. very real.

On another note, if you haven’t checked out Jesse Rutherford’s (lead man) Soundcloud, The Factoury, I don’t know where you’ve been, but you need to like right now. His newest song, Can’t Do Anything, rings in the back of my head constantly and I cannot stop listening. He has a lot of other creations linked to his name, and honestly it’s worth a listen if you’re in need of more Neighbourhood-type-jams. I HIGHLY recommend.

That’s all for today! Check out the band and let me know what you think.

Thanks so much for reading and putting up with my inconsistent schedule,

RR

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