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All right, I’ll be honest here. Before listening all the way through DAY6’s newest release—that is to say, after hearing title track “I Like You” a few times but before hearing B-sides “Better Better” and “I’ll Try”—I wrote up a whole paragraph about how “I Like You” was the only possible way for DAY6 to close out their year-long Every DAY6 monthly singles project, because the track solidifies their identity as a self-produced band and is representative of the year’s body of work and a whole bunch of other blather. 1,207 more words