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Wave Break: EP Review

We are back in full swing with a review on Wave Break, a pop-punk band from Boston Massachusetts, and their recent EP Armory!

 

With this band everything has a meaning, from their name, the EP title. to the core theme throughout the EP... and we are LIVING for it!

 

Currently, the industry it is becoming more and more acceptable and, and encouraged, to speak up about mental health and this EP is no exception. They use metaphors for physical weapons to describe the harmful thoughts that occur from self-doubt, and confronting them head on. The EP also addresses disputes with other people, along with their inner demons, making the subject more multifaceted and not singular focused.

 

My current favorite from the EP is "Circles", number six of the six-piece collection. The EP debuted August 17th, 2018 and is available on Apple Music and Spotify. 

 

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