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Raw emotion & introspection shines in Finn Doherty's debut EP

As I delve into Finn Doherty's debut EP - if you're bored of this city - I find myself transported into a world of raw emotion and introspection. From the opening track to the final note, each song feels like a deeply personal revelation, inviting me to explore the complexities of desire, self-discovery, and urban life alongside the artist. One track that particularly resonates with me is "Your Love Won't Take Me Home." As I listen to Finn's soulful vocals and poignant lyrics, I'm struck by the heartbreaking honesty of his reflections on unrequited love. The song captures the universal experience of longing for someone who will never reciprocate, evoking a sense of melancholy and resignation that lingers long after the music fades. Similarly 'Call It Off' draws me in with its irresistible blend of pop, indie, and electronic elements a vibrant and infectious anthem that pulses with youthful energy. The black-and-white music video also shows off Finn's authentic performance style, he really just feels it all. Overall, "if you're bored of this city" is a remarkable debut from an artist who wears his heart on his sleeve. With its honest lyricism, captivating melodies, and infectious energy, the EP is a testament to Finn Doherty's talent and artistry, leaving me eagerly anticipating what he has in store next.


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