My, my, my! February has just flown by! Here are ten songs that you should enjoy as this wintery month closes. These are ten songs from different countries, artists, and genres. Check out the songs below and let me know which one is your favorite!
The 10 Songs to End February With Are…
“Flea” by Wildlife Freeway
“Speaking of my music, let this one thing be known: I don’t play music. I use music,” says Wildlife Freeway. “For now, I perform all my own songs. Some I’ve been writing since I was a kid, others I’m finding now. I never took piano lessons. My relationship with the piano was too personal to share or negotiate with someone telling me to say it differently.”
“Run Down” by Avin
“The song is about “chasing after” an illusion, a dream that unfortunately doesn’t correspond to reality. A desperate woman falls in love with a man, the man of dreams who doesn’t really exist. Everything seems to be an illusion. Still, does she want to run, run after HIM, or is she just running away from reality? “
“Someone New” by Alisa Shamrow
“This is an indie-pop ballad about wanting someone or something from the past but having to accept that you can’t go back there. This song will remind listeners of Taylor Swift’s “Back to December” or “White Horse”, Sara Bareilles’ “She Used To Be Mine”, Missy Higgins’ “Where I Stood”, Christina Perri’s “Jar of Hearts”.”
“Menina” by Diego Gamarra
“Be the Way” by Cold Jackets
“Manifest” by Flowing Few
“Groove Me (The Soulmaticz Way) [feat. The Soulmaticz]” by KEVON TYRRE
“It’s a mash-up of FUNK & CHICAGO STEPPIN for the GROWN & SEXY that still like to PARTY & LIVE LIFE!”
“Fools” by Yellofox
Yellofox mainly makes great narrative pop songs. The songs are strongly influenced by the great singer-songwriters of the sixties and seventies and often have a melancholic and dreamy character. This is effortlessly interspersed with energetic and exciting songs full of rhythm and energy and challenge you to swing! Besides drums, double bass, and guitar, the sound is mainly determined by the polyphonic vocals of Jorieke and Marc. But the prominent role of Jorieke’s cello playing also gives the music its own unique color. Varying from a country fiddle to a classical string player
“The Great Escape” by Space Tourist x Teresa Meads
The project SPACE TOURIST was born at the end of 2019 in Paris, France. After a couple of years of pause in terms of musical production, Paul started to shape its own musical genre, at the crossroads between synth-wave, techno, and many other influences.
“We Get Along” by Carrie Biell
“This song is an upbeat cheeky way of saying, the relationship is strained, but we get along ok, so don’t give up on it. I wanted to write something fun and retro-sounding. I was inspired by T-Rex and listening to a lot of 70’s rock at the time.”
Which one will you listen to as February ends?
Let me know in the comments!