Music Review: Crusade by The Last Bees | Pop Song | Stream free | YouTube | Soundcloud


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13-11-2019 15:46 GMT


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The Last Bees
"Crusade"
Pop


Amazing!

Sounds like love, feels like heaven.


When Wisconsin, US band, Ian And The Dream first stepped onto their local music scene in Milwaukee, USA no one had any doubts in their minds that they were going to be legends. They instantly became fan favorites with the release of their debut single, "That's What Kept My Heart Alive" which featured on their 2015 album, "Saturns Of Stars", and they went on to become Wisconsin's most highly revered indie band of all time. After several years of rocking the pants off almost every self-respecting live music venue, concert hall and music festival Wisconsin had to offer and dominating the Midwest's mainstream and independent music scenes, the band dropped off the radar suddenly, but not for long. They resurfaced under a new name with a brand new Beatlesque sound and made their debut again back in the summer with the release of the self-titled album, "The Last Bees". "Crusade" is one of several songs that really shocked and blew the socks off every single listener and had reviewers, DJs and radio hosts lost for words. If, like many pop music fans you miss the days when a song could literally brighten up your day and put a massive smile on your face (or you are a millennial and have probably never experienced it) then you are in for a musical treat you'll never forget. The record, much like the rest of the 6 track masterpiece is brighter than anything you could possibly have heard this decade - old school bright, so bright and lightweight you'll feel like a fat lady who just lost 300 pounds running through a yellow meadow against the wind somewhere on the countryside, in fantasy land of course. It's a record that will make you feel like the color yellow inside and outside. If you ever had a dream that came true on a bright, sunny day, you can best your last dollar out of the million you made that this is the tune that will be playing in your head - it's not about money, but it's so good you'll feel like a million bucks. As if that wasn't enough, it features the harmonica, one of the happiest musical instruments that ever lived.


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