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Review: "Call Me Back" - No Lonely Hearts



Fighting with someone you love is literally the worst feeling in the world; especially when you said some things you regret and wish you could take back. It's even more frustrating when all you want to do is call them up to tell them you're sorry, and they refuse to answer the phone. So you're stuck laying in the dark, staring at the ceiling and thinking about what you wish you could say to them if you just had one more chance. "Call Me Back" by the band No Lonely Hearts is a catchy, yet emotional pop anthem for all those hopeless romantics out there who have experienced a situation like this.



"Call Me Back" feels like an early 2010's pop-hit song that you'd hear on the radio. The style is very reminiscent of those One Direction days. After that initial first listen, it gets stuck in your head for hours until you finally give in and listen to it again. The groove of this song feels like Summertime and it's the perfect type of song for you to put on your "I'm in the car" playlist. The vocals are clear, smooth, and make it easy for you to want to sing along. Most importantly, at least to me, is that the lyrics are relatable. The words hit you right in the gut; and paired with the production and ear-pleasing soundscape, you've got yourself a masterpiece pop song.



No Lonely Hearts is a pop boyband from Orlando, Florida. Oliver, Brian, Dylan, Aidan and Alex are the five boys that were hand-selected during a nationwide audition to be part of the worlds next biggest boyband. Since 2022, they've released five singles and a Christmas EP, including "Call Me Back" and their other most recent single released this year, "Special Treatment". They've been spending all their time in the studio with the best songwriters and producers, as well as performing live at various events. No Lonely Hearts is just getting started, and I can't wait to see what they'll do next!


Written By Kaitlyn Nicole



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