Review: Youngblood Hawke "Wake Up"

Driven by its hit single “We Come Running,” Youngblood Hawke’s debut features equal doses of ’80s rock and modern-pop anthems.
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Driven by its hit single “We Come Running,” Youngblood Hawke’s debut features equal doses of ’80s rock and modern-pop anthems. While the expansive production occasionally overtakes Omar Ahmed’s playing, there’s no shortage of synth to cover the low end.

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