My new series of music posts, First Play Friday, might be in full swing (you can read them all here) but it doesn’t mean that I have forgotten about Music Mondays.
In this series, I share 5 songs I’ve been listening to (and loving) at the moment.
Low Hummer, Never Enough
I’d never heard of the Hull based band until this song, released in February of this year, came up on a playlist one day.
The song is a woozy, indie song which couples raspy vocals with a catchy hook that gradually builds as the song progresses. It’s the kind of song that I imagine would translate well with a crowd.
This is the second track from the Irish band on the playlist and, after loving the last track I added to this playlist, I’m not surprised.
The song is easy-going, with raw vocals and captivating backing track. It’s ideal for the long (sometimes sunny) days we seem to be having at the moment.
The Orielles, Bobbi’s Second World
Unlike my usual picks for this series, I’m actually a fan of this northern band and have added several of their tracks to my playlists over the years.
The song is a fun, high energy post-disco punk song that is easy to listen to and hard not to listen to on repeat.
The Reytons, Shoebox
Like the previous artist, I’ve added various tracks from the South Yorkshire based band to my playlists over the years.
The song is an impactful, high energy indie-rock anthem which I imagine would go down very well in front of a crowd.
Coach Party, Everybody Hates Me
If you’ve been keeping up with these posts and the playlist, you’ll know I’ve already added a song by this band to the Music Mondays playlist.
The song is angsty, loud and it packs a punch. It’s the kind of song that wouldn’t go a miss in the dodgy British teen rom-coms I still love to this day.
What have you been listening to at the moment? I’d love to chat and share recommendations! 😊.
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