I started a new music series two weeks ago (you can catch up here and here) but this doesn’t mean we’re out with the old and in with the new by any means!
So get comfy, load up wherever you listen to your music, and get ready for 5 tracks I’ve been listening to and loving at the moment.
The Lottery Winners, The Meaning of Life
The Manchester band might’ve been going for a fair amount of time but this track (from their 2020 album, The Lottery Winners) was actually the first I’ve heard of them.
The Meaning of Life is a brilliant example of an indie anthem, a mingle of catchy lyrics and a gripping hook. It’s the kind of song that’ll get you through a miserable Monday and then be stuck in your head all week!
The Ninth Wave, Everything Will Be Fine
The Scottish band, much like the previous band, were new to me but this track – a single from last year – was a good introduction to the band and their sound.
Everything Will Be Fine is a track full of gorgeous vocal harmonies and catchy instrumentals and I’m sure it’d sound just as good live.
easy life, daydreams
The Leicester indie/R&B group aren’t new to me but this track is just one from their recent album, life’s a beach.
daydreams is a dreamy track which couples catchy lyrics with a thumping indie/R&B beat.
The Lathums, I See Your Ghost
The Wigan indie outfit are a more recent find of mine (and I had the pleasure of seeing them live with Blossoms this year and can confirm they sound as good live – if not better!).
I See Your Ghost is incredibly catchy both lyrically and musically. It’s the kind of track that’ll be on repeat and will definitely have people up dancing.
Attawalpa, No Fools
Until I found this track, I’d never heard of the British-Peruvian singer-songwriter but I love the sound of this one.
No Fools has an interesting melody and moody lyrics, it was a refreshing listen for sure.
What have you been listening to at the moment? I’d love to chat and share recommendations! 😊.
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