There is nothing better to beat the January blues than listening to some great music, right? I have some great singles to share for you to possibly add to your own February playlist for this month.
‘My Kind of Woman’ Mac DeMarco
A true Mac DeMarco classic, one that quite a lot of people know of in the music world; that could possibly be down to the truly beautiful lyrics dwelling on the love between a man and woman. I have this song in my playlist as currently, I must say it is my favourite song.
‘Cough Syrup’ & ‘Silvertongue’ Young the Giant
Apparently, I have been quite oblivious about this band and have only very recently discovered them through a playlist I found on Spotify. It was the song ‘Cough Syrup’ I first listened to (which was apparently a massive hit) and instantly fell in love with the sounds of guitars & drums throughout the song and the amazing lyrics. Another Young the Giant song I discovered was ‘Silvertongue’ which was also a bit hit as well, this song has a great drum beat which drags in a nice upbeat & happy vibe.
‘All I Want’ Kodaline
In general, I love a lot of Kodaline songs though throughout January I have repeatedly listened to ‘All I Want’. It is a magnificent song with absolutely delightful & delicate lyrics and lovely soft sounds.
‘Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl’ Wet
Wet are an amazing contemporary indie artist which I have listened to quite a bit during January. ‘Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl’ was one of my favourite songs I stumbled upon, it has the most beautiful soft sounds. I also adore the music video for this single.
‘Electric Love’ BØRNS
‘Electric Love’ is an amazing modern indie record. It has funky upbeat vibes brought through by loud drums & guitar, which is amazing in a lot of records.
What were your favourite songs during January?
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