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Everything I Could Never Say… EP Review

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Jaelyn Hawken, Arts & Entertainment

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The brand new alternative trio “lovely.the.band” has released their very first, debut EP, “Everything I Could Never Say…”. The new band containing Jordan Greenwald playing guitar, Kosta Theodosis on the drums, and Mitchy Collins as their lead, have been teasing their new EP for quite a few months before releasing their debut single, “Broken”. The band draws influence from MGMT, Pixies, and Grouplove. The band represents new love, sadness, and learning to love yourself, while also falling in love all at the same time.

The band released their EP just a couple of weeks ago and there have been many good reviews. The EP focuses on many topics such as anxiety, depression, relationships, and late nights out with friends. Collins states that this EP and their debut single is all about finding someone who is just as messed up as you are but somehow you make it work, together.

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This band is not alone when it comes to promoting their new music. Artists such as Alex Gaskarth from All Time Low, and Ashton Irwin from 5 Seconds of Summer, have tweeted and posted on their social media accounts supporting some of their closest friends’ new music. There are some bands in the world that when you listen to their music, you understand and maybe even relate to the lyrics, lovely.the.band is very much so one of those bands. The band uses their music to talk about serious topics that a lot of musicians are afraid to speak about, let alone write music about. Their music gives listeners a sort of 70’s alt. vibe, so when you start to listen, it’s not too easy to stop. “Everyone is a little bit broken inside, nobody’s perfect. This song is an ode to the broken ones.” says Mitchy Collins.

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