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      Watch Me Breathe 'The Strange Pull Of What You Really Love' Album Review By Carox Rox

      Watch Me Breathe

      The Strange Pull Of What You Really Love

      The Label Group

      Released: September 20, 2019

      Album Review By Carox Rox, Contributing Writer

      Boston Rock Radio

      The Strange Pull Of What You Really Love is a great album from progressive pop-rock band Watch Me Breathe from Santa Cruz, CA. After I listened to it, I felt compelled to look up some of the other songs created before the album.


      Some of my favorites were: "Don’t Fade Away" which is a lovely song with an upbeat message and great lyrics. For every girl in the corner who feels like they are invisible or do not fit in, this is for them. "Here and Now" is a lovely melody with gentle guitar work, gorgeous strumming, and a message of hope for those who have dreams waiting to be actualized in a world that often is a scary place to actualize them in. "Feel Alright" has beautiful lyrics, check out this video. This song is full of intricate layers of sounds that create a very atmospheric feel. There is a fascinating play of sounds in most of the songs generally of different instruments and beats that create a very novel type of music and genre. Pop, jazz, rock, dance rock and more beyond this. The blend creates something to please for all ages of listeners. "Don’t Think I Haven’t Thought About It" is a jazzy, upfront song with a neat piano overtones and a very straight forward message in the lyrics.​


      Every song offers something novel and surprising and the lyrics are all well crafted, catchy and contemporary. This is just a super cool collection of sounds and words and you will be tempted, heed my warning, to explore what else Jake Aaron Ward has up his sleeve, so prepare yourself accordingly once you have checked this collection out! (which you must).


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