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The Subways – Taking All The Blame single review

We review the single ahead of the band’s album release.

The Subways

In time for the release of their 4th studio album, The Subways are releasing their brand new single Taking All The Blame, which is already getting critical acclaim and earned single of the week at Kerrang! The band’s new album makes a new turn in the bands existence with singer Billy Lunn taking on the engineering, production and mixing responsibility. We listened to the new single Taking All The Blame and here are our thoughts.

It’s easy to see why critics enjoy Taking All The Blame with its infectious melody and fun lyrics. The track is easy to relate to with Billy and Charlotte singing about their relationship and its eventual breakup but they do so in a fun way. This is a rock song that makes you want to dance and forget about love and heartbreak.  Taking All The Blame is short and sweet and therefore you don’t get bored of it in fact you want more.

Taking All The Blame is a love song but one you want to dance to, which is always a bonus and probably a great alternative to more boring valentine’s songs. We certainly love the alternative The Subways are offering and expect the album to be just as enjoyable.

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