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Flakestate ‘I Was Wrong to Assume’ : You won’t admit it, but this one is drenched in grace.

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“‘I Was Wrong to Assume’ demonstrates several robust vibes Flakestate has been experimenting with throughout 2019 . This song symbolizes the end of a decade , and the beginning of the next era of Flakestate,” said Lliam Bishop Evans.

And what kind of era will it be? A benevolent one? Or a sadistic and tyrannical one?

Obviously from this single, it’ll be the former. And you should be thankful, for Lliam’s vocals is grand and galactic in its presence. The mix of pop exuberance, deletes all notions of where he’d like to take us.

You won’t admit it, but this one is drenched in grace.

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