Filmore “Used To Be” & “Nothing’s Better” Reviews

Filmore’s latest drop has the perfect breakup bops to get you through whatever mood you’re in. Listen to “Used To Be” and “Nothing’s Better” here.

“Used To Be” is sonically upbeat, but don’t let that mislead you. It is the perfect song to cry to while you’re driving down a lonely street, wishing that you were still with that special someone. It perfectly reflects that longing for the honeymoon phase, while recognizing how things have changed. This is also great for those older relationships, the ones that ended a while ago, that you just can’t get out of your head.

Fillmore also wanted to show how confusing a break up can be, and how hard it can be to find yourself again, stating in a recent press release, “…you can miss who you were with that person, especially right after things end and you’re trying to figure out who you are after them.” If that’s something that you’re struggling with after your recent (or even not so recent) breakup, then this song is for you.


“Nothing’s Better”, however, is a totally different mood. This track is perfect for when you’re past the sadness (or maybe not quite there yet) and stuck in anger. “Nothing’s better than us, not together” he sings “Cause the best part of me, is me without you”. It’s a great song to listen to in your headphones and dance around in your bedroom or to jam to at a bonfire (where you burn everything that person ever gave to you).

Both songs have a great blend of pop and country that is all over the top charts right now. Even if you haven’t gone through a breakup recently, both songs are definitely worth the listen. Filmore is ready to make his way back on the road and on Labor Day weekend, Sept. 3-6, 2021, he’ll join Brett Young’s Caliville Weekend lineup in Palm Springs.

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