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Song Review Of The Week: "All of Me" by Tanlines

Looking for a fun, vibrant song to add to your spring playlist? Well look no further, because indie-pop outfit Tanlines has crafted the perfect addition in the form of their track, “All of Me”. “All of Me” is an uptempo, electronic jam in the vein of Passion Pit’s earliest works, bouncing along with a steady beat and spritely synthesizers as a choir of child-like voices warbles gleefully in background of the chorus. “All of Me” is guaranteed to get your foot tapping, and the sunny ambience of the production compliments the blue skies and warm weather of spring perfectly. Singer Eric Emm’s vocals are melodic and sincere, and the record shines with the glossy synthetic pop of the 80’s.

Tanlines’ debut, Mixed Emotions, was released earlier this week and currently holds the #1 spot on the iTunes Electronic Albums chart. Give it a listen, pick it up, and immerse yourself in what is sure to be one of the top releases of the year.

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