March Music Round-Up: Jax, Julia Michaels, And More!

March Music Round-Up: Jax, Julia Michaels, And More!

Every month so much music comes out that we have decided to do this little wrap-up to gush about some of our absolute favorite tracks that have come out over the month or that we’ve just been vibing with during the month. March was a huge month for music! So many of the biggest names in music blessed us with new tracks, as did so many smaller artists that we are equally obsessed with.

We narrowed our list down to our top 15 songs that we just can’t get enough of. This was possibly the hardest thing we’ve had to do after the sheer amount of stellar music we’ve been listening to!

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JAX- ’90s Kids’

With some of us here at The Honey POP having been born in the 90s, we can certainly get down to ’90s Kids.’ All the references in this track bring so much nostalgia and unadulterated joy to us. The ‘ I’m just trying to get super smashed’ line is pure brilliance. This song is just a feel-good anthem, and we will be playing it until we annoy everyone around us.

Stream ’90s Kids’ here!

Tramp Stamps – ‘1-800-miss-ur-guts’

We have had this song on repeat since the second we heard it. This track is for sure pop-punk, and Tramp Stamps are giving us all the Avril Lavigne vibes. We are always on board to support girl groups, especially when the music is this good. Watching these three blow-up is something we’re looking forward to.

Peach Tree Rascals – ‘LEAVE ME’

If you need a breath of fresh air breathed into your playlists, allow us to introduce you to Peach Tree Rascals! This track feels like pure serotonin. You might recognize this indie band from their hit ‘Mariposa,’ which was also just the brightest song. We have a feeling this will be the background music to so many incredible memories over the summer.

Siena Liggins – ‘No Valet’

You don’t understand. We are obsessed! The entire vibe of this song is just exactly what we are looking for out of a banger of a track. If you’re looking for a song that makes you want to move- this is the one. It will be ideal for swaying in a party setting with a drink in hand. Siena Liggins is just unreal.

Liza Owen – ‘JOSIE’

Liza Owen took us by storm with ‘Josie.’ This track tells the story of how a relationship changes when what we can only presume is an ex comes back to town. It’s such a story-based track that really gives you insight into Liza’s mindset when writing it. The music video gives you the biggest twist ending that made us actually gasp out loud. It’s a must-watch.

Clinton Kane – ‘CHICKEN TENDIES’

The title of this song is a bit misleading because it’s one of the most beautiful songs we’ve ever heard. Clinton’s voice is so vulnerable and strong throughout the whole track that it gives us chills. We find ourselves screaming, “You deserve the world times two, and our simple Sunday afternoons” pretty much constantly. And while it was released in February, not March, we still have had it on repeat all month.

carobae – ‘Ur Ex From College’

If you’ve ever been with someone who has an ex that still obviously has a part of their heart, listen to this song, and join us in crying. It’s such a raw and real representation of feeling like you aren’t getting 100% of your partner’s heart. We can’t even imagine how hard this song must have been to write.

Claire Rosinkranz – ‘Real Life’

Claire Rosinkranz shot to fame after her smash hit ‘Backyard Boy’ went viral on TikTok, and she is continuing to make killer tracks. She’s such a unique artist that has a very distinct tone and always makes her music flow in a way that we can’t get enough of. We stan!

Bülow – ‘First Place’

This song is incredible and is one of the best put out this year so far, we know that’s a big statement, but we’re sticking to it! If ‘Something We’re Not’ by Demi Lovato was a slowed-down track you would get ‘First Place.’ The concept is just everything, normalize making it clear where people stand with you.

Mothica – ‘BUZZKILL’

Mothica is the moment, and every song gets better and better. ‘BUZZKILL’ is a song we’ve been borderline overplaying since its release and we are in no way sorry. If you’re looking for more dark-hyper pop, this song (and Mothica, in general) are for you.

Starrah – ‘Love Mania’

This heavy beat is everything. It drew us to this track immediately and, along with Starrah’s incredible vocal moments, have kept us hooked. The effects put on Starrah’s vocals are just next level and make this a super unique EDM track. The whole project Starrah released during March was incredible.

New Rules – ‘Pasta’

This track didn’t come out during March, however, we did just discover it- so it counts. The whole message of the song is one we should all listen to. Body Image issues are something that so many people struggle with, and the societal standards for beauty can be impossible to meet.

Cate – ‘Groupie’

We found this track on Tiktok and eagerly awaited its March 10th release. We sing it at the top of our lungs like the anthem it is! And while Cate may have written it about a relationship that felt like the other person was always talking about themselves, we definitely picture us singing this to Harry Styles.

Salem Ilese – ‘(L)only Child’

‘Mad at Disney’ singer Salem Ilese released ‘(L)only Child’ and we can’t turn it off. The beat changes in this track are insane?! We were so shocked the first time we listened to it and still think they are such ear candy. She’s so young, and we can’t wait to see all she goes on to create.

Julia Michaels – ‘All Your Exes

While we stand by “your past makes you who you are,” we can get down to this concept as well. We can tell this track comes from a place of pure love, and it’s such a jam. Julia Michaels has never released a bad song in her career, so we aren’t surprised this is already a fan favorite.

What were your stand-out tracks from March? Let us know by commenting down below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! We’re also on Facebook and Instagram!

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