Send Requests - Perspectives - Album Review
Send Requests - Perspectives - Album Review 9
Send Requests - Perspectives - Album Review 9
Send Requests - Perspectives - Album Review 9
Send Requests - Perspectives - Album Review 9
Send Requests - Perspectives - Album Review 9
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Send Requests ​have released their latest album ​Perspectives.​ This is the first to be released since the band joined SharpTone records and they are showing exactly why this record company wanted them onboard.

With their first single “Dr Dare Rides Again” being a showcase track that lets us know exactly what this band is about. With its high energy and fun sound there is an undertone of self discovery lyrically. They have taken the Pop Punk genre and made it their own. The rest of the album is much along the same lines with some slower and more thoughtful tracks thrown in there is plenty that this band is able to do. ​Send Request​ have clearly set out to create something that embodies who they are. While their tracks sound like a lot of fun they use the lyrics to address topics that everyone can relate to. “Falling To Pieces” is a perfect example of the blend of fast and slow with its deeper lyrics. This track finds that midpoint between being a slow track and having that high energy that the band seem to have gotten to be a perfect blend. While “Antisocial War” takes on a heavier sound with its high energy sound and harsher vocals. They have taken that next step in the genre that leads from Pop Punk into a more alternative rock.

The whole album is one that is full of great sounding tracks that can be jumped about to and swayed to. It’s full of surprises round every corner that leave you waiting to hear what this band can do next. The boys in ​Send Request​ have found that combination that creates a well rounded album that will find itself on repeat.

 

Emmie 

 

 

Track list:
Dr. Dare Rides Again
Talk a Lot
Falling to Pieces
Let It Die
Antisocial War
When Everything Falls Apart Trust
Here’s to the Years
Make Like a Tree
If I Stay

 

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