This post is sponsored by One2One Network. All opinions are my own.
Music is a huge part of life for Peyton and I. We are always listening to something in the car or throughout the house. Music sets the mood and you can find a song that will lift you up out of your funk or energize you to get your to-do list done. Today, Whole Damn Mess is releasing its debut album The Queen and the Outcast.
I’ve listened to the album a few times and wanted to share my thoughts. What makes me like an artist is a good beat and feeling behind the music. The Queen and the Outcast is more of a confessional about an unexpected love story. You can feel the heart and soul that was poured into the creation of this album.
My favorite song is, And Then We Were. It’s an upbeat, energizing song that really got us moving. I was feeling pretty down because we are dealing with a lot of things with Peyton’s school and when I put on this song I literally felt like I was able to escape for a while and forget about all the nonsense and just enjoy it. I felt my senses awake and energize as we listen to the song and by the end, I was ready to take on a little project. I went from feeling weary and defeated to feeling like I could do a little more.
As I listened to The Queen and the Outcast it went from upbeat music that made you want to get up and start moving to beautiful ballads that inspired you to belt out the lyrics along with Whole Damn Mess. My second favorite song was actually a ballad, Anywhere Without You. I can’t even put into words how beautiful it is.
Rarely do I ever find an album that I want to listen to all the songs, but with The Queen and Outcast, I didn’t find one song I wanted to skip over. There are a lot of amazing pieces on this album. And if you’ve ever been in love you’ll be able to relate to the songs even more.
There are a total of 10 songs on the album –
3) Be Good To Yourself
5) That’s Just How It Goes
6) Maybe We Should Do It
8) Summer Under Covers
9) When She Says
10) Got You Stuck in My Head
Whole Damn Mess debut album is available at online at select retailers.
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