Yes, we know that so many artists released absolutely amazing music last Friday that it’s hard to keep track. So, ICYMI: The Band CAMINO dropped their latest single, ‘The Last Man In The World’ and we’re absolutely obsessed.
The song starts off with a synth moment and we’re here for it. It catches you off guard (we aren’t complaining) only because the previous two singles ‘Told You So’ and ‘What Am I Missing?’ have a harder vibe right from the start. But then, it shifts during the chorus and it has the same vibe. (Which again, we aren’t complaining because they’re all absolute bangers.)
While we (im)patiently wait for their new album with title and date still TBA, we’re going to revisit a few of our favorite songs from their EPs and their debut album.
This is the intro track from their debut EP, My Thoughts On You. Honestly, this is the best way to kick it off. It’s just an overall fun and catchy song. While you want to play this one on repeat, listening to the entire EP is a necessity. It’s hard to not “fall in love,” with them after hearing it!
It’s a beautiful song, both sonically and lyrically. But when you really start to listen to the lyrics, it’s one of those “Oh” *sent with gentle effect* moments. We could go on all day about just this song, but for the sake of time, we’ll leave it at this: the Mandela effect has never sounded so good.
Side note: they were so real for titling it ‘Berenstein.’ We at THP are pro-Berenstein universe.
Listen, we don’t know how we as a society existed before ‘Daphne Blue.’ But, we’re going with ‘See Through.’ We are aware that it’s still one of their most popular songs. But it’s still one of our many favorites. It goes hard and it hits you hard if you’ve been in a relationship situation like that.
‘Just A Phase’
Certain periods of your life are harder than others. People mean well by saying that it’s “just a phase,” but it can be frustrating to hear over and over. Sometimes you just need to express your thoughts and emotions without hearing other people’s opinions. And that’s what this song essentially is.