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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend 2022 (V. 14)

It’s the weekend! Any plans? Any cool music to listen to? Well, here are ten songs that you should be listening to RIGHT NOW! They are from different parts of the world and have a variety of musical genres! Check them out and make sure to share this post and/or let me know which one is your favorite in the comments!

Weekend’s Tunes Are…

“Army of Red Flags” by Tristâme

“It’s a song inspired by infatuation in the face of red flags – a heart determined to make things work against all warnings and odds. Musically the song has elements of late 90’s early 2000 alt-rock – hints of The Cranberries and Red Hot Chili Peppers sound of that period” — Tristâme

“Beverly” by Joey Harkum

“Beverly” by Americana singer-songwriter Joey Harkum is a single from the artist’s upcoming album entitled Salt and Tar. The eight-track album ” is a collection of songs that all revolve around new beginnings. New life, new expectations, and a new mentality. Leave the bad behind and look forward to the good in life.” confides Joey.

“Loose Myself” by Most Unlikely (feat. Elle James)

“Well Enough” by Glory Days

“This song is about overcoming self-doubt and taking the time to care for yourself before you care for others.” — Glory Days.

The lineup consists of vocalist/guitarist James Pickering, bassist/vocalist Vince Gannon, drummer Jared Tousey, and guitarist CJ Jarmuth. Energetic live performances and personalities to match certainly make Glory Days a memorable act.

“I’ll Love You” by Mear

““I’ll Love You,” tells a make-believe story about a breakup during the apocalypse. The song itself is meant to take on a cinematic feel. Frances Miller was inspired by blockbusters like Armageddon and Titanic. The idea of leaving someone you love behind, the idea of heroes, and the sacrifice that people make for others left a weirdly profound impact on her. ” — Mear

“One Last Kiss” by emily + shawn

“This song started out as a slow acoustic ballad, reflecting on our frustrations with the drag of the 9-5 workday. Making music is what we love, but our day jobs are a “necessary evil” in order to put food on the table while we shift our careers from typical corporate and government jobs into the music industry. The lyrics are a daydream of a future in which we are saying “goodbye” to our desk jobs and shifting into a career in music.” — emily + shawn

“La La Love” by Brittany and the Blisstones

“The inspiration for this song is that love has many, many forms and is always available to all of us. It’s a call for letting go of the myopic view of love as something you have to always be searching for and instead become aware of all the little ways love shows up every day.”– Brittany and the Blisstones

“Heartbeats – Live at Trio” by NURIEL

“Reflecting on the complexities of love and heartbreak, we come to an acceptance that perhaps we may never know the reason behind every experience. This can allow us to release control and keep our hearts open for the right one.” — NURIEL


“”Planet Wavy” is a song about a fantasy planet where every wish is fulfilled. Through this description, however, she realizes that this world can become “reality if we permit it”. The song entices the listener to visualize their dreams, as their first step to making them happen. It’s a fun, inspirational, dance song that can be played at the beach, in your car, or anytime you need a pick me up. ” — INTERNET SOPHI x Jonie

“Dear Brother” by Aspen Jacobsen

““Dear Brother” is a very personal statement on mental health that recalls prime Joni Mitchell. This song was inspired by Aspen’s brother who struggles with Autism and depression.  Disturbed by her brother’s struggles, Aspen wrote this song in the bathroom one night as her roommates slept. She played it at her school’s open mic the next day and left the room heavy with emotion” — Aspen Jacobsen

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