Post Rome – Different Kids

What’s up Warriors and today I’m going to be discussing a new band called Post Rome and their new song called “Different Kids”

So a little background before we get into the song.

Post Rome is a band made up of three members that were born and raised in Sunderland. They spent their life growing up with each other from preschool up until secondary school.

Starting a band was something they wanted to take seriously and make a name for themselves in the place they love which is Sunderland. Post Rome pride themselves on having energetic and diverse live shows and they are passionate about bringing something new to the Sunderland scene of music. They have also been featured on Introducing BBC North East and currently sit on 30k Steams on Spotify.

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Single Debut at Independent in Sunderland.

The Song

So the song is only 2:25 seconds but it is jammed packed from start to end giving you a taste of that snare kit from the get-go, the vocals are nice and clear and the melody of the song is catchy as well.

I feel an Early Kings of Leon influence within this song as well as a The 1975 vibe as well which is pretty cool.

Song Below

I like this song and it’s another band to add to the never-ending “Music to Relax Too” playlist and I would definitely recommend giving this band a go especially if your fan of bands like The 1975 and Kings of Leon, these would be right up your avenue.

Let me know what you think in the comments below and as usual Links Below

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Published by Bandicoot Warrior

Bandicootwarrior is an upcoming Reviewing blog site where i will review music, films and most of all games!

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