“Admit It” by Shout London, is a relatable and emotionally charged song about the aftermath of a failed relationship. The lyrics capture the pain of holding onto a past love and the frustration of a partner who refuses to take responsibility for their actions. Shout London’s raw and powerful vocals, combined with the emotional lyrics and driving rock sound, make this a standout song that is sure to resonate with listeners. For those still not familiar with the project, Shout London is helmed by TJ Whiting, a singer-songwriter based in Cambridge, UK.
The project made its mark in 2013 with the release of a self-titled EP, followed by the debut album “Rememories”. In 2014, the deluxe edition of the album, “Rewrite the Past”, was released along with a series of popular singles. After a 7-year hiatus, Shout London returned to the scene with the smashing single “Someday”, which was soon followed by “Lost In The Dark” and “White Noise”.
The latest single, “Admit It”, by Shout London is a powerful rocker that speaks to the pain of a failed relationship. The lyrics are filled with emotion and reflect the singer’s frustration and hurt as he struggles to move on from the past. The opening lines, “But you would never admit it, give it up and leave it all behind,” set the tone for the song. The singer is calling out his ex-partner for their inability to take responsibility for their actions and for their role in the relationship’s demise.
The chorus, “Broken promises are synonymous with the love you give, but you would never admit it,” is a powerful statement about the nature of love and the sacrifices that come with it. Shout London is expressing his frustration that despite the pain caused by his ex-partner’s broken promises, they are unwilling to admit their mistakes.
The verses of the song speak to the singer’s memories of the past and his struggles to move on. Shout London reminisces about the times when they were in love and when life was simpler. However, he acknowledges that he can’t escape his memories and that the pain of the past continues to haunt him.
The bridge of the song, “Why can’t you just admit it? Don’t know a thing about commitment. When times got tough, you just quit,” is a powerful indictment of the singer’s ex-partner. He is calling them out for their lack of commitment and for quitting when things got difficult.
Though firmly seated in the alternative lane, Shout London flirts with mainstream catchiness, and just when you think his last release proved to be the most ear-catching thing he’s done, he manages to churn out another great, exciting, and surprising tune. The way Shout London delivers his music is excellent because it has attitude, grit and slickness, all rolled into one. It helps that his vocals can carry any song into a euphoric state.
Overall, “Admit It” is a beautifully written song with powerful lyrics that speak to the pain of a failed relationship. Shout London’s emotions are palpable throughout the song, and the raw honesty of the lyrics is sure to resonate with anyone who has experienced heartbreak. Shout London has once again done a superb job of capturing the complexities of love and the pain that comes with it.
Official Website: http://shoutlondon.co.uk
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/admit-it-single/1677191992