Just Watch: half alive – What’s Wrong

Half Alive

What’s Wrong

Words: Amy Butcher

half aliveStarting the journey to their sophomore album with first single ‘What’s Wrong’, Half Alive delve into the world of self-reflection and looking inward to make the change we want in our external environment. Given the pandemic that has impacted everyone globally, I’ve never related more to a song or found a track that reflects what a lot of us might be feeling. 

Whether it’s the juicy vocals/harmonies, anthemic melodies or sweet drum beats, the Californian trio have created something special with this gem of a single, and I’m genuinely looking forward to seeing what else they’ve cooked up ahead of their next album. 

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