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REVIEW: Out At Sea Release Their Emotional Ballad “No One (When You Go)”!

London-based indie-pop quartet Out At Sea has released their brand new single, “No One (When You Go)”, which centres around the initial stages of a painful breakup.

Speaking about their latest release, co-frontman & writer Matt shared: “The track focuses on the feelings surrounding missing someone, particularly the loneliness that it brings. It’s about imagining the worst-case scenario when that argument goes past the point of no return and the door closes for good.”

Initially written for Ireland’s Eurosong Finalist Patrick Sullivan should he make it to the grand finals, the band found a new life for the track in their live sets last year. The song features inspirations of nostalgic rock & modern-day indie-rock elements to create an ear-catching sound that reflects the emotionally exuding lyrical elements of this attention-grabbing track.

This song perfectly showcases the charismatic artistic qualities of this talented band & highlights the individual talents within the quartet. I believe that Out At Sea is heading for some incredible opportunities & I can’t wait to see what’s in store for these incredible artists!

You can check out “No One (When You Go)” on Spotify below or on more platforms here.

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