This week, we cover a wide variety of genre, from folk, to more along the post-hardcore and spoken word. Check out our picks and let us know what you think!
“Linger,” by The Witherbees: This melody is sweet in sound with its blend of folk and instrumentals straight from another time.
“Dust on the River,” by Boy I Used To Be: In this folk track, the artist breaks down their pursuit for happiness.
“Happy Hour (Harold Malcolm Piano Mix),” by Felix Cartal & Kiiara: In this stripped rendition of a dance track, the vocals take the front stage as a vulnerable love song.
“Happy End,” by Mary Minet: A spoken word in French paired with a piano ballad, this artist beautifully blends spoken vocals with an alluring chorus.
“An Illusion,” by Polarity Code: A variety of sound expressed through classical and electronic instrumentals and a wide range in vocal styling, this track stands out as an experience unlike any other.
“Weary,” by Serious Matters: This post hardcore anthem battles the weariness in these times; the endless days trapped inside that never seem to end.
What was your favorite track this week? Let us know in the comments!