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SO REVERIE

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM SO REVERIE – SENTIMENTALITY

If you’re looking to immerse yourself in a whirlpool of wistful nostalgia and raw emotion, SO, REVERIE’s latest single, “Sentimentality,” is your ticket to a heartfelt indie rock journey straight out of Liverpool. With echoes of James, the indie flair of Cast, and a sprinkle of melancholy reminiscent of The Cure and The Smiths, this track promises to tug at your heartstrings while keeping your head bobbing along to its infectious rhythm.

From the opening chords, “Sentimentality” sets the tone for a reflective exploration of love, loss, and longing. The jangly guitars, courtesy of the talented hands of Rob Whiteley, weave a tapestry of sound that feels both familiar and fresh, drawing you into SO, REVERIE’s sonic universe from the get-go.

SO, REVERIE paints a vivid picture of heartbreak and the yearning for something lost. It’s the kind of song that makes you want to grab a tissue and a pint simultaneously—emotional catharsis with a side of liquid courage.

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Vocally, the lead singer delivers the goods with a sincerity that cuts through the mix like a knife through butter, carrying the listener along on a wave of sentimentality that’s impossible to resist. You can almost feel the ache in their voice as they croon about love’s bittersweet dance.

While “Sentimentality” is undoubtedly a strong offering from SO, REVERIE, it’s not without its minor quirks. At times, the production feels a tad too polished, bordering on the edge of losing that raw edge that makes indie rock so captivating. A touch more grit in the instrumentation could elevate the track from merely great to absolutely unforgettable.

SO, REVERIE has crafted a gem of a single that wears its heart on its sleeve and invites listeners to join in its journey through the highs and lows of human experience. So grab your headphones, cue up “Sentimentality,” and prepare to be swept away by the tide of indie rock emotion—it’s a ride you won’t soon forget.

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