- On the way to the 4th of July weekend, it’s time to start thinking lists play your Independence Day.
- Whether lounging at the water table, grilling in the backyard with friends, or picnicking in front of the fireworks.
- We’ve put together a playlist that goes with pouring baked goods.
Ingrid Michaelson, jealous
Ingrid Michaelson has just released an album inspired by Stranger Things, full of witty, melodic pop creations that are a lot of fun even if you’ve never seen the show before. However, he doesn’t sleep on this route.
Mabel, “Mad Love”
All eyes were on Mabel to see how she would follow up on what “Don’t Call Me Up” was, and the British singer was not disappointed. There’s no way “Mad Love” is almost any more interesting.
Oliver Wood, Miracle of Man
The cute alt-pop prankster delivers yet another infectious song. The dirty part under the guitar is too good.
Xylø, “Up or Die”
This is a pure pop breakfast. Xylø (also known as Paige Dudy) brings Lana Del Rey vibes into the breathing verse.
Dodge Cat, juicy
You want to keep these exciting texts away from the kids, but your friends will agree. Best served with a delicious slice of watermelon.
Two-door cinema club, Dirty Air
Everyone’s favorite Irish indie pop-rocker is back, and if you haven’t heard of their 2019 False Alarm album, this single is a great way to immerse yourself. Did someone say disco?!
Matoma, Mnek, Kiana Lede, “The bruises don’t break.”
Matoma made some friends for the strong singles that embodied this summer. Ledé’s song is perfect in this regard.
Ashley Oh, “Right at my place.”
Tired of “On a Roll?” Try the B-side that Aunt Ashley knows that sucks when the pop star is in a coma. (Seriously, the drop is huge.)
Alma, lonely night
Finnish singer Alma, moving between Charli XCX and Tove Lo, demonstrates her smoky singing in this slow-burning clock. “Oh lonely night, oh lonely night / He said, ‘I love you, but not like you do'” the DayGlo hair singer sings.