On August 28, 2015, pop rock band, Run 2 Cover released their debut album, Lovesick on iTunes. We may have been a couple weeks late on the release, but none the less, we were very excited to hear what they had in store for us.
If you are a fan of pop rock in any way, we recommend checking them out. If asked to compare them to anyone, our first reaction is to say The Summer Set, mixed with a touch of Blink 182. Either way, this album is a great debut to the world, and if you haven't heard of Run 2 Cover before, you may want to check them out.
The entire album is very fun and catchy, but like most albums, some tracks stood out more than others. Our personal favorites were, "I'm The One" and "Change Me."
"Change Me" is simply saying "You can't change me." Nobody should ever try to change you and if they ever do, ditch them! You don't need that sort of negativity in your life. That's not exactly what this song is saying, but that's what we thought of as we were listening to it. It was actually about someone trying to change you and saying enough is enough really.
Then there was, "I'm The One." By the name, I was expecting a love song, but instead, it was extremely inspiring. It speaks of feeling down, and someone actually coming through and helping you out of it. This one could easily remind someone that they are not alone, even when it feels like they are, and that there's always something worth living for. "There's no need to run from your fears. Just put out your hand and I will take you from here." We found that to be incredibly beautiful and highly recommend everyone listen to it at some point in their life.
Be sure to check out Run 2 Cover on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, ect and get their album, Lovesick now on iTunes! If you want to learn more about them, we actually did an interview with them, which you can find right here!
All reviews have the date they were written, the album title, and the band's name, with the exception of Life Starts Now by Three Days Grace and Dear Agony by Breaking Benjamin. Those dates were guessed at, as they were written well before the website began.