Weekly Playlists: February, Week 3

AWOLNATION’s newest album installment has inspired a throw-back week. When it’s cold and dreary, there isn’t much better than enjoying some music that premiered when the weather was simply better. Here are five new (and some not so new) tracks to add to your driving playlist!

“Let’s Hurt Tonight” by Onerepublic

Onerepublic’s newest album has plenty of great hits, but the classic “Let’s Hurt Tonight” is never worth overshadowing. The lyrics are traditional Onerepublic splendor. Writers spend a lot of time honing their practice to create lyrics like that, but Onerepublic delivers them effortlessly.

“Tall, Tall Tale” by AWOLNATION

From AWOLNATION’s newest album comes “Tall, Tall Tale.” A narrative-esque production that builds to classic AWOLNATION synths and electronic beats, this track is one of the best off of “Here Come The Runts.” Also, the water droplet production accent is oddly satisfying.

“Not Your Fault” by AWOLNATION

An older pick from this talented group, “Not Your Fault” is a classic from AWOLNATION’s first album. This is an instance of the incredible lyrics that the band writes. Take some extra time to listen to this one and be sure to look up the lyrics sometime.

“Peace Sign” by The Front Bottoms

The Front Bottoms are an iconic addition to any pop punk fan’s playlist, and “Peace Sign” is no doubt one of the best tracks ever produced. While it took some time to grow on me, it’s now become a part of my favorite playlists. Lyrics, production, great vocals, it has it all.

“Joanne” by Lady Gaga 

Gaga’s “Joanne” album is iconic for her brand. It’s a whole new style with a whole new vibe, and fans either loved it or hated it. (I happened to be obsessed with it.) “Joanne” is one of the best on the album, chill, slow and incredibly talented lyric writing. It’s an underrated track, but certainly one of the best.

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