Bellevue Days – ‘Freakin Out’

Bellevue Days Freakin Out

Croydon four-piece Bellevue Days have shared ‘Freakin Out’ ahead of the release of debut album ‘It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever’ later this year.

Bursting with scattergun guitars and frantic drumming, the song about ‘a kind of depression that keeps you up all night and makes you question everything’, Alan Smith starts the song by singing ‘Waiting for the night to end’ before then opening up about anxieties: ‘I’ve got these feelings, man. They do me in every day’; ‘I can’t sleep, I can’t breathe’; and repeats of ‘I can’t listen to these voices.

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