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There’s a snarl locked in the vocals on Gone Tomorrow’s song that couples perfectly with the crunchy guitar that speaks of a scrappy, youthful vengeance. An adolescent anger, which hinges on that tangible sense of destruction and pain that comes from the insignificant parts of life, which fuels the teenage years.

The lyrics aren’t exactly sculpted into any real mould, but the song never tries to imply that the lyrics are the selling point.

What you get with Barcelona is a chorus with a song attached to it. The incendiary chorus explodes, firing off with wonderfully repugnant vocal fry and a solo flying off into the heavens. 

Until the chorus, the track maybe underwhelming, but when it strikes, it strikes with purpose.

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