Coming up just around the corner on September 16 is the release of Young Guns brand new album, Echoes. This album is going to be this hard rock band's fourth full length album, Echoes.
They released the first single from the album on June 1, 2016, and then followed up with a second one just on July 15. Those two songs, consecutively were "Bulletproof", and "Mad World."
I noticed there's a lot of meaning in every song on this album, which is something that just makes the album extra special. Young Guns have always had an infectious power, and a knack for being catchy and inviting with their sound, but this one draws you in just a little more. The lyrics on every track seem to be very personal, and offer some strength all on their own.
The entire album is highly worth listening to, and when it comes out, I recommend everyone listen to it. It may just open your mind a little bit and get you to think more. In this crazy time in the world, I think everyone needs music that speaks the truth. Music that's thought provoking, and this album could lend a big hand in that. It really gets you to stop and think, about not only how crazy our world is, but internal thoughts as well.
I would like to highlight three tracks, all of which hold a lot of what I just spoke of. Those three tracks are, "Bulletproof", "Awakening" and "Careful What You Wish For."
Without giving away too much detail, because the album isn't out yet, I want to say that those three songs alone will get you to stop and think about a lot of things. Your own mental well being, the world around you and those you keep around you.
"Too much of heaven can hurt like hell." That's a lyric from "Careful What You Wish For", and that is all I'm going to say.
This album is brilliant and you can still pre-order it now through Young Guns' official website! The album will be out officially on September 16, which happens to be the five year anniversary of Immortal Music! Stay tuned into Immortal Music for more content, and Young Guns website for tour dates and more!
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