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Music Mondays #51

It’s Monday already! As I’m adjusting to returning to the office, I’m grateful for tunes on my way into and out of work..including these 5 songs I’ve been listening to and loving at the moment.

Kynsy, Happiness Isn’t a Fixed State

I’m always on the hunt for new artists to listen to and I really like the edgy rock style of Kynsy.

The song is a soaring guitar track which you can’t help but play on repeat.

Wet Leg, Too Late Now

I’ve already said this in my review of one of their singles but Wet Leg are ones to watch for me.

The track is a catchy, indie anthem that I’m sure will sound fantastic live in 2022.

Self Esteem, Fucking Wizardy

If you haven’t listened to Self Esteem’s album, all I can say is where have you been?!

The song is a gorgeous pop song with stunning vocal harmonies and instrumentals.

The Wombats, Everything I Love Is Going To Die

Indie heavyweights The Wombats are back with another crowd pleaser.

The track is full of gripping hooks and Murphy’s distinctive vocals.

Chloe Moriondo (feat. Thomas Headon & Alfie Templeman), Dizzy

Although I’m guilty of loving an indie anthem as much as the next person, I can’t deny I love a fun pop song every now and then.

The song is fun and woozy with sweet vocal harmonies.

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

You can catch up on Music Mondays here.

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2 thoughts on “Music Mondays #51

  1. Love all these songs too, Wet Leg are 100% ones to watch + loving Self Esteem’s new album so much ❤ (was meant to be seeing her this week but it's rearranged for next year now & I cant wait!!) Love reading your music monday posts, I started doing a monthly version inspired a little bit by this & it's lovely to document the things im listening to & enjoying at specific moments in time 🙂 x

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    1. Aw hopefully she’s good live for you, she was at a festival I went to this year but I missed her set 😭. Glad you enjoyed reading! It’s really interesting to document what you listen to and see how it changes/where you were at at that time x

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