February Playlists: Week Five

The arrival of spring always brings out the indie spirit in me, and I’m sure many. Of course, this means plenty of guitar production, light tunes and thoughtful lyrics. Here are my five playlist picks this week!

“Disagree” by Have Mercy

Have Mercy’s newest album is very streamline with their style; but, if it’s not broken why fix it? The lyrics of this track are incredible and the production is always on point. There is a lot of thought that goes into their songs and it shows. This is a jam that you won’t want to miss out on.

“Wyrd” by Glass Animals 

A late night, drunk night vibe, Glass Animals is one of my favorite bands and “Wyrd” is one of the favorite tracks. It’s a dark feel, the lyrics odd but intriguing. It’s a great late drive track, on par with their entire album.

“Like Real People Do” by Hozier

Hozier is truly an great indie pick, as always. While this style can grow old quickly, Hozier’s lyrics and production style keep each track up to date and a joy to listen to. “Like Real People Do” is one of the quiet, laid back tracks- a song to play at your wedding or one to listen to in the middle of the night.

“Good As New” by Vacationer

A song that reminds me of riding my bike at my grandmother’s neighborhood home, “Good As New” is reminiscent of everything you love about watching the snow melt and enjoying the returning sunshine.

“M.O.N.E.Y.” by The 1975

The 1975 vocals are some of my favorite from any band. M.O.N.E.Y. is an underrated track. The production is catchy and worthy of a drive with the windows down. It’s a song that you’ll be singing along to and putting on repeat.

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