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Supernatural EP [edit]
by Paradise Now | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: October 04, 2019

Paradise Now is a pop rock group from Bridgend, Wales. Comprised of brothers Sam Taylor, Ben Taylor, and their longtime friend Nathan Beaton, Paradise Now is a trio of innovators. Their newest EP continues their journey of self-discovery and perspective, reminding the world to be motivated not by what people want you to give them, but what you know you were created to offer.

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01. Supernatural
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02. YungGuns
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03. WildOnes
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04. Baptist
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05. Machines
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06. Animals
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Supernatural EP | Posted October 03, 2019

What You Need to Know
Paradise Now is a pop-rock group from Bridgend, Wales. Comprised of brothers Sam Taylor, Ben Taylor, and their longtime friend Nathan Beaton, Paradise Now is a trio of innovators. Years of sonic exploration and a shared passion for hybrid music lead to songwriting that crossed boundaries and built new genres–genres that continue to ripen and evolve with each song they write. The band wrestles together their adoration for both pop and rock by means of individual preferences and joint experiences.

What It Sounds Like
Supernatural EP by Paradise Now is a hard rocking, 6 song EP that reminds me of a younger version of Disciple. "Baptist" is a rock-solid song, while "WildOnesis a hard-hitting bop, and 'Machine" is a thrasher. Paradise Now offers a huge wave of much-needed rock in our modern pop and contemporary world. 

Spiritual Highlights
Paradise Now thrives on bringing hope to loneliness in their music. The EP offers a journey of self-discovery and perspective, reminding you not what people want you to do but what you were created to do. The song "WildOnesrecites the following line, “Watch it grow and it’s glowing in front of you.” This line shows that God’s love is growing for us as the bible says in 2 Thessalonians 1:3: We ought always to give thanks to God for you, brethren, as is only fitting, because your faith is greatly enlarged, and the love of each one of you toward one another grows ever greater." This song will reach out for you if you are struggling with self growth and will help you overcome it.

Best Song on the Record
From top to bottom, this EP is a must listen to. It is very hard to pick just one song to choose for the best on the record but if it had to be one, it would have to be the title track of the album, "Supernatural.
The song makes you want to get up and move and is definitely a headbanger that will satisfy all rock fans!

For Fans Of
Disciple, Thousand Foot Krutch, RED

Final Word
This 6 song EP will make you want to hit repeat for days to come. It’s a hard-hitting collection of songs that will help you overcome any of your challenges. This album was creative amazing to listen to from start to finish. You will find yourself in love with this miraculous EP and you won’t want to stop listening to it.

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