They say “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it,” and there is more than an element of such truth going on in the heart of Bluedive’s music. They certainly wear their pop-punk hearts openly on their sleeves. And why not? It’s a genre that works. It worked in the 90s, it certainly remained popular through the twists and turns of musical fad and fashion across the years and it is popular today…

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