In and Around The Neighbourhood

The Neighbourhood is back!! The Indie Alternative sounding have been releasing singles on and off such as #icanteven featuring French Montana and R.I.P 2 My Youth. Although #icanteven was released last year, it’s been a long time since the band has made a splash in the music industry. The two most recent releases are R.I.P 2 My Youth and The Beach. These singles are a very different sound than we are used to from the band from their album “I Love You.” It sounds more fluid and mellow than other songs like Afraid, Female Robbery, and W.D.Y.W.F.M.

The Beach is a new sound from The Neighbourhood and has a more mellow alternative vibe rather than an angry alternative sound. Not saying that “I Love You.” was bad or anything, but this may be the band’s way of turning over a new leaf and a new sound, which may be beneficial for them! So far so good!!

The Neighbourhood themselves also have other songs roaming around on YouTube like Jealo$y that has been on YouTube for the past year, the band hasn’t really claimed it as a single. The song has a very prominent saxophone throughout and has its own chorus which is very interesting and new from the band, and has rapping from Casey Veggies & 100s, that also is very new to the band. It truly is unfortunate that the band hasn’t deemed the song as a single because it’s a solid tune just to mellow out too as well!

Hopefully the band will claim some of their songs as singles and put out a new album relatively quickly… Cause, it’s been long enough!

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