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French indie rock/alt duo Velvet Sunset released their single “Go Kid“ in June 2023.

REVIEW: “Go Kid” — Velvet Sunset

Alright folks, buckle up because we’re about to dive into the rebellious spirit of “Go Kid.” If you’ve been itching for a soundtrack to your youthful defiance, then this song is about to become your anthem.

Now, I don’t usually do reviews, but let me tell you, “Go Kid” is worth making an exception for. It’s a breath of fresh air in a world filled with cookie-cutter tunes and watered-down lyrics.

From the moment you hit play, you’re transported into a world of sunshine and skateboards, where the only thing that matters is living in the moment. The lyrics paint a vivid picture of youthful rebellion and self-expression, reminding us to embrace our quirks and celebrate our differences.

But “Go Kid” isn’t just about carefree fun – it’s also a rallying cry for authenticity and individuality. It’s a reminder that it’s okay to be a little weird, to dance to the beat of your own drum, and to find your tribe of like-minded souls.

With its infectious melody and infectious energy, “Go Kid” is the kind of song that makes you want to roll down the windows, turn up the volume, and let the world know that you’re here to live life on your own terms.

So, if you’re ready to embrace your inner rebel and unleash your wild side, then do yourself a favor and give “Go Kid” a listen. Trust me, you won’t regret it.

Jason Velázquez

Jason Velázquez has worked in print and digital journalism and publishing for two decades.
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