Rough week? We’ve got you covered. These Sweet Releases will have you saying goodbye to that weekday stress, and hello to those feel-good vibes. You can thank us later.
So, throw on a face mask and jam out to these killer new tunes. Sweet Releases: that’s what I like to call self-care.
Pete Tong & The Heritage Orchestra — ‘Chilled Classics’
Pete Tong is back! He has reunited with the Heritage Orchestra for his new album Chilled Classics. It follows his hit albums in 2016/2017, Classic House and Ibiza Classics It dropped November 29th and boy does it have some amazing duets on it from Wiley, MNEK, Nina Nesbitt and Zara Larsson to 80’s legend Boy George. It is gonna be the unexpected Christmas present we didn’t know we needed!
Danielle Hollobaugh — Post Holiday Blues
‘Post Holiday Blues’ is a definite must have on your Christmas playlist this year! The single features gorgeous vocals that hit us where it hurts, reminding us of just how sad it can be when the holiday season is over. The track dropped November 29th, and trust us, this isn’t one you want to miss out on!
Sleep House — ‘Don’t you Cry’
‘Don’t You Cry’ by Sleep House is out now! The indie-pop song with its faultless vocals and beautiful musical transitions will be quickly added to our playlists, and the instant you listen, it’ll be added to yours too.! You will not be disappointed!
Rändi Fay — ‘Grown Up Christmas List’
Rändi Fay brings us the magic of the season with her version of the classic Christmas song ‘Grown-up Christmas list.’ It’s a breathtaking mix of electric orchestral music and lyrics that I’m sure everyone can relate to. Rändi has always put kindness at the heart of her work and this song is no different. It’s an incredible use of the power of music, it really puts you into your Christmassy feels!
Two Feet — ‘BBY’ Music Video
Two Feet has wowed again with his new video for ‘BBY’. It’s a club anthem in the making and the video is no different. It has a very club-like feel to it, with a haziness added to the soft shades of pink and blue of the background. It’s the perfect video for this song, matching the music and dancing in perfect harmony. Just a warning though for anyone with a sensitivity to flashing light, there are strobe lights towards the end.
KVELERTAK — Bråtebrann
‘Bråtebrann’ is a heavy metal song with a catchy tune, definitely something to head bang along with! It also happens to be KVELERTAK’S brand new song, ahead of the release of their debut album ‘Splid’ on February 14th. The band described the album as “Splid (‘discord’ in English) is a deep dive into western gluttony, our own stupidity, and the abyss of the earth.”
Yours — ‘Summer is Bad’ Acoustic
Yours have released the acoustic version of their newly released ‘Summer is Bad.’ It has a slower more somber tone than its more upbeat counterpart. In the words of ‘Yours’ themselves ‘Sad’ words, Happy song’ so by changing the tone of the song, it changed how it’s interpreted, making this the perfect song for those rainy day playlists because it gets you right in the feels!
Anna Sofia — ‘No Fun’
‘No Fun’ is one of the most relatable songs. It perfectly sums up that feeling of being dragged along to things with your friends when you’d rather be anywhere but there. If this song is anything to go by, Anna Sofia’s debut EP Self Aware Bitch, is gonna be one to watch next year. With upbeat electric beats, a unique voice and super catchy lyrics, this a song that will get stuck in your head.
Flight Club — ‘All Hell’
‘All Hell’ is the newest single from Flight Club, and the video doesn’t disappoint. Its centerpiece is the music, just as the band envisioned it. They wanted to show off the song without “pushing any ideals,” and to “focus on self-acceptance.” This band is oozing talent. They have a such a raw gritty sound, with a great chemistry that’s definitely worth listening to.
Well, there you have it! We’ve compiled your newest playlist of your favorite songs! Again, you can totally thank us later.
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