I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge sucker for catchy as heck pop punk. Upcoming US artist Blossom Reynolds is definitely an act to watch right now, and will bring that plus so much more with his new single. ‘The Feelin” embodies the youthful, nostalgic pop punk essence of Blink-182 and combines that with a punchy emo-rock beat that’s become so familiar right now with the likes of Mod Sun and Kennyhoopla.
Exploring feelings of hopelessness and belonging, Reynolds shares:
“‘The Feelin'” is mainly a song about that hopeless impending doom feeling you get when nothing is going your way or makes sense to you anymore, you feel stuck and you start wondering where it went wrong,” explains Reynolds. “It honestly feels therapeutic to me in a sense, it’s one of my favorite songs I’ve ever wrote because I really feel like it describes exactly how I feel when I start overthinking too much and anxiety starts getting the best of me, I get that “feeling”.”
I absolutely caught some feelings for this bop. Definitely helps that it may also throw you back to Neck Deep’s Life’s Not Out To Get You era. If you’re feeling a little stuck in a rut right now, hit play below for an instant perk-up!
Words by Tamara May (@citylightstam)
Stream ‘The Feelin’‘ here
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