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Narrowly Escaping: Nicky J feels like his time has been wasted on Trouble

Sensing so much remorse and dropping a sizzling song which feels like it is from the 80s, Nicky J falls in line but is looking over the bridge for a new adventure on the nostalgic song to pulsate with called Trouble.

Nicky J aka Nick Spagnolo is an indie pop singer-songwriter who loves to create and keep us happy with smoking music to exhale the bad vibes away.

Enhancing our day and sealing the deal with a truly quality experience, Nicky J has shown us a profound moment which has been projected in the best possible way. This is spellbinding stuff and Trouble is a massively motivating release made with precision timing.

Trouble from the indie pop artist Nicky J is a stunning soundtrack to play loud and proud when the emotions have taken over and a vent session is needed. Played with pride and desire to take over all other thoughts, this is a speaker-busting song to illuminate all moods when the next road is calling out for attention.

Turn this up loud on Spotify.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Change My Fate: The Bleepy Things laments that harrowing remorse on Trouble

Healing from the sore sensation of being played like a guitar and the harsh sour feeling, The Bleepy Things have dropped a memorable single which will remind many of the 80s on their catchy new track Trouble.

The Bleepy Things is a Pittsburgh, PA-based indie funk-pop punk-rock band who loves nothing more than a noisy mosh pit causing carnage on the dance floor.

Busting through the broken door and sending the awaiting world a skyrocketing gem of note, The Bleepy Things show us that genuine underground grind on this rather excellent single. There is a rare edge here and a fantastic quality to sip on all night, we find a hugely reflective glow that so many of us will surely recall.

Trouble from Pittsburgh, PA-based indie funk-pop punk-rock band The Bleepy Things is a flourishing single and made for maximum impact. With vocally advanced melodies and so much power from solos of significance, this is one of those marvellous songs which sounds comprehensively timeless.

Hear this fine song on Spotify.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen