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Bullyheart’s new album, “Antigravity,” is the perfect homage to 80’s rock. Holly Long’s latest project will have you wanting more from the first listen. The title track of the album, “Antigravity,” starts with “You don’t get me, you don’t understand my way, it’s too foreign, I don’t mind, same as any other day.” I feel like these lyrics describe Holly’s attitude perfectly. She is doing what she loves and making music that feels right to her. I also love these lyrics because they just remind people to be themselves. There are always going to be people that don’t understand you, but just keep going. The track is upbeat, catchy, and will make you want to sing along. You can almost see the band playing rocking out this song in front of a huge crowd just by listening. It’s a definite throwback tune full of rocker chick sass that you are sure to love!

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