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Confessed by Mazlyn

Nice folky rock acoustic starts this track on fire… balanced a little vocally similar to Thom Yorke, but much more rootsy. The track carries some lovely eclectic vibes, there’s some big sound in the chorus, the dirty guitars and simple percussion help to drive the track to another height.

Suffolk singer, Mazlyn is lyrically obscure but still connects and leaves the listener in a bit of swirling thought trying to connect the dots.

The bridge is a cycle of vocal guitar emotion, the balance in the mix is quite good. The track is constantly building, with some nice dynamics and progressions throughout.

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