This week has brought the official first day of spring- finally. It’s time to kick up the tunes you’re jamming out to, as well. So roll down your windows, open your sunroof and turn up the volume. Here are five new tracks to add to your playlist.
“Youth” by Glass Animals
A light hearted track from this deliciously stylistic band, “Youth” is certainly a morning commute song. It’ll put you in a chill mood for the rest of your day, no matter the schedule you have.
“The Skinny” by Atmosphere
A little darker and more aggressive, but a great track nonetheless. The production is what really draws you in, but the lyrics are worth listening to over and over again.
“Summer Shandy” by The Front Bottoms
Certainly a spring song, “Summer Shandy” is one of my recent favorites from an old album. It’s an acquired taste, especially in comparison to the rest of their tracks, but a great track nonetheless.
“Drive” by Have Mercy
From the most recent Have Mercy album comes “Drive.” The lyrics are what keep me coming back. Each word is meticulously placed, much like the rest of their tracks, but this one has a special place in my morning commute lately.
“Glow” by Moose Blood
One of my favorites from Moose Blood, their newest album release has lead me back to some of my old picks. One of these is “Glow.” It’s a classic with all of the elements that fans love: great lyrics and production to match.
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Bastille is a band that I heard some time ago and my love for them has never died. Their first full album, “Bad Blood” has gone down as one of my all-time favorite albums. I have had the vinyl on my wishlist for quite some time now. Here are my top picks from this iconic album.
This track has a ton of emotional value for me, which is why it has become my favorite pick from the album. “These Streets” shares in Bastille’s best stylistic points: great lyrics, great production, and an obvious love for the music that they are creating.
This track was my first love. It has a story of its own, but also has a ton of emotion behind it. Everyone has felt this, and everyone knows this story all too well.
Another of my all-time favorite tracks from the band, “Flaws” has some of the best production that this group has ever put out. It’s catchy and the listener is always on edge and begging for more. It’s equal parts predictable and always a surprise.
“Daniel In The Den”
I can’t help but think of Game Of Thrones every time I hear this track, which may be a huge part of why I enjoy it so much. There is a great story behind these lyrics, and it’s certainly a track to get lost in.
Another of my first loves, “Laura Palmer” is emulating an incredibly powerful, bad-ass woman in the production and in the track name.
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