Most Addictive Song (for now) #004 Stellar Kart "All In (Apologize)" by Kevin Thorson on 2013-05-15 08:50:49
Stellar Kart is back and signed with Inpop and have a new album releasing in August! In case you haven't heard already. Great to hear they've returned with some new tunes. I'm really digging their latest single "All In (Apologize)" which came out last week.
Sure, I just picked another mostly acoustic track, hey I like acoustic. I'll put up something heavier one of these days when there is one I can really get addicted to. But today it's Stellar Kart and I ain't gonna apologize.
Bold lyrics, sweet strings, and a great vocal arrangement. Check it out below (I think you're going to get hooked).
What do you think of this song? What song are you addicted to right now?
Comment below and let me know!
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