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Music Mondays #30

It has been a while since I posted a Music Mondays post hasn’t it? Well, you might be glad to know that — as of today —- it’s business as usual. It’s also my 30th Music Mondays post which kind of feels like a big deal 😂.

I’ll be sharing 5 tracks I’ve been listening to and loving at the moment.

Blackaby, Semolina

I’d never heard of the Kent born music artist but — when this song came on my playlist one day —- I’m glad I came across it.

This song is chilled, easy listening and perfect for if the weather is ever sunny again 😂.

© Blackaby, Hand In Hive, 2020.
Drug Store Romeos, Frame of Reference

Unlike most of my Music Mondays picks, I’d actually heard of this Hampshire based band.

This song is soft, a bit moody with a New Order feel to it.

© Fiction Records, Universal Music Operations Limited, 2020.
Hazel English, Wake UP!

I’ve added a few of the Los Angeles based artist’s songs to my playlist in the last few months — including this one.

The jangly, indie-pop song reminds me of Alvvays and it’s the kind of song I’ll happily stick on repeat.

© Marathon Artists, 2020.
We Were Promised Jetpacks, when getting lost

I’d never heard of the Scottish indie band but – when I was searching for something chilled to listen to — I came across this song and loved it.

The track has a Fleet Foxes feel to it with a mix of soft vocals and thumping guitar and drums.

© Big Scary Monsters, 2020.
The Royston Club, Mariana

I wasn’t familiar with this band until I came across this song the other day but I definitely like the sound of it.

It feels like an early Courteeners track, with upbeat guitar and catchy lyrics.

© Warsp Records, 2020.

What have you been listening to at the moment? I’d love to chat and share recommendations! 😊.

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