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Review: "Someone Else" - Joe Bygraves

Have you ever struggled with moving on from a relationship? The track "Someone Else" by Joe Bygraves explores wanting someone or anyone else to fill the whole of an ex. The song is incredibly vulnerable and raw as the lyrics dissect the heartbreak of ending a relationship. The loneliness described is a painful yet relatable experience for any person who has gone through a breakup. Joe's songwriting is beautiful and emotional as the vocalist details feeling grounded and anchored by a partner. The moving message is complemented by the spectacular instrumental. Overall, “Someone Else” stunning pop hit that you have to give a listen to.

Beautifully harmonized vocals, dramatic drums, and catchy guitars create this amazing single. The faster melody emphasizes the singer's deep emotions. The track has similar gorgeous and heart-wrenching lyrics of Ed Sheeran's first album "+". The song has the same vibe instrumentally as Joe's friend and fellow Bedfordshire musician Tom Grennan's as well as Coldplay with the pop soundscape with hints of alternative. "Someone Else" is the angsty track to listen to as you look back on a relationship. As the final lines are sung, this hit will have you playing this bop on repeat and adding this single to your next playlist.

Joe Bygraves is a 27-year-old singer/songwriter based in Bedfordshire, United Kingdom. The singer, released his debut song in December 2017, titled, "Childhood Sweetheart". Joe has since released multiple projects and has opened for artists such as Paloma Faith, Jools Holland, and Ronan Keating. In 2022, the musician sold out his first headlining show in Milton Keynes', Craufurd Arms. Another major accomplishment for the vocalist was performing at the BBC Introducing Live show. Joe's performances are stellar and have helped him gain a ton of listeners on Spotify. To support this talented star, click the links below and give him a follow!

Written By Stephanie Berning


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