Beard Jams: Uh Oh! by Super Water Sympathy

Hi again! It’s been a busy time lately, hence the lack of posts. Finals are approaching next week for myself, so I’ve been busy doing papers and studying and whatnot. Anyways, I had some free time today so I decided to make another post. Todays song is called “Uh Oh!”, and it’s by a band called Super Water Sympathy

For a while now, I’ve been enjoying this song. However, I never made a post about it! It’s a pop song (Again, not top 40 pop), and its very nice. Feels very light at times. The vocalist is pretty good. She has a very intriguing voice. Shows a great deal of emotion during the song. Lyrics are alright. They fit for this song. Instrument wise, nothing out of the ordinary for pop, pop rock. Guitars, bass, piano, drums, etc. The band never does anything super great or amazing. This song is mainly to showcase the lyrics and the vocalist. Now that I think about it, I guess a lot of pop songs serve that purpose.

Despite that, I still think it’s a very good pop track. It’s been stuck in my head for quite a while. One of my favorite parts in the song is the very ending where she saids, “Soon we will be expired.” She saids it in such a soft spoken manner, just as if time expires, (Which, it does cause thats when the song ends). Even though it’s planned, it’s one of my favorite parts of the song. Maybe it’s just because that moment introduces something new. Overall, a very nice track.

Don’t just take my word for it though, check it out and see what you think! Take care everyone. Good luck to all the college students with finals coming up. To everyone else, have a fantastic day. Bye!

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