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  • Cate Schnoebelen

Review: "Bring Me Back" - ABRY



Young ABRY has created another energetic, yet relatable pop song. “Bring Me Back” is a track that ABRY says “explores the complexities of relationships and the emotional journey of healing after a breakup, as well as the nostalgia we all feel about our past relationships”. This song is motivating in a way that we can all relate to this feeling of wanting to go back to the good in a relationship, while also seeing the damage that it has caused and lets us reflect on the person that is no longer in our life, and the person we have become. “Bring Me Back” goes through the different stages of heartbreak, whether it is the emotional pain, or the new chapter of healing, ABRY guides us by singing through the feelings.




This song starts off with a euphoric tone that ARBY's voice appears though. As the tempo picks up a layer of beats are added that introduce this strong sense of emotion. With each added layer of sound it can feel like we are learning more about the emotions of the past, present and future of a relationship. Within the breaks of the beat we are able to hear ABRY at full force, and by the middle of the song she showcases her range when the chorus hits. Hearing the pain turning into healing throughout “Bring Me Back” is what lets us relate to ABRY and know this familiar cycle of heartbreak.


Young and talented ABRY has given her fans another relatable pop single. Along with “Bring Me Back”, ABRY has 4 other singles to feed the fire of her alternative pop anthemic music. Taking what she knows and loves, ABRY uses her passion of compiling different songs and beats to learn more about her own musical style. By creating a new and unique sound for herself, she has earned the ears of her fans to wait to see what she does next. Make sure you don't miss out on what ABRY will create next, so follow her down below to stay up to date, and don't forget to listen to “Bring Me Back”.


Written By Cate Schnoebelen



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