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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend 2022 (V. 2)

It’s the weekend! Any plans? Any cool music to listen to? Well, here are ten tracks 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!

This Weekend’s Tunes Are…

“Butterflies” by Ambiancz

Ambiancz brings a spacious blend of beautiful sounds with her latest track “Butterflies”. This song is all about love. Listeners can hear this from the first beat as Ambiancz’s warm and capacious vocals invite them to partake. “Butterflies” is a fantastic musical journey that explores a multitude of colors and textures in this expansive soundscape. Listeners will especially love the transcendent nature of this track as it is truly authentic yet unique. “Butterflies” by Ambiancz is a track not to miss as it features a gorgeous soundscape that you cannot escape from.

“Fake Heartache” by Hannah Dorman

Hannah Dorman hopes to inspire people around the world with her inspiring track “Fake Heartache”. It is an uplifting track that combines heartaches with self-love and self-worth. “Fake Heartache” is an edgy rock-pop that mixes dark with light. The song starts off with an enigmatic presence in its soundscapes. But, by the chorus, it transforms into positivity with uplifting words and tones. Listeners should listen to Hannah Dorman, especially during the chorus, as she soars to new musical heights to bring inspiration.

“The Road Song” by Rough Grind

Rough Grind released their newest single “The Road Song” ahead of their second album. It is a wild run down the memory lane to the world of action movie classics and a powerful reminder that high-quality hard rock doesn’t necessarily have to be out for blood – gasoline will do just fine, Rough Grind delivers a hard rock tune that will delight listeners both young and old. It features that anthemic rock sound that brings a sort of air of power and mastery. It is quite a listen as it features electrifying hard rock guitars and magnificent hard rock force.

“Highway” by Daniel Crawford

Danny Crawford releases his second single entitled “Highway”. Using his battles with mental health as inspiration, this single portrays a powerful message. “Highway” features smooth vocals, mellow synth-laced instrumentation, and uplifting lyrics. However, there are parts where the song transforms into a hard-hitting one, especially at the rap part in the first verse. Yet, this rap part is a nice touch as it adds a layer to “Highway” that makes it authentic and more personal. “Highway” is an inspiring tune that listeners have to listen to for its hard-hitting yet motivating message about mental health.

“Mon Chéri” by Juliet Varnedoe Jazz Band

New York-based singer-songwriter Juliet Varnedoe mixes Cajun French style music with jazz in her new track
“Mon Chéri”. The track is a sultry mix of New Orleans jazz and Cajun French sounds. Steeped in a mysterious atmosphere, Juliet’s vocals shine like a beacon at night with her emotive singing style. If you are in for a mystifying musical experience with a delightful musicality, then you have to hear “Mon Chéri”.

“Don’t Want You To Love Me” by talker

“When your past shows up to haunt you, you have to decide if you’re going to open the door. Sometimes you have to silence your rational thoughts and trust your emotions” This is the message in “Don’t Want You To Love Me” by talker. The indie-rock project’s newest track is a perfect blend of two contrasting sides: emo and jovial. The song is packed with the gritty of electronic rock and melodic female vocals that release pent-up angst. Talkers offer an eclectic track that listeners cannot pass up.

“Hard-wiring” by Cormac Looby

Make your weekend with this new track by Irish pop-rock artist Cormac Looby. “Hard-wiring” is about past relationships and turning inward to figure out the reason for them breaking down. This upbeat reflection features rock-pop guitars that whizz past with their energic flare. Listeners should listen to the trombones as victorious tones are a wonderful addition to this ear-pleasing track.

“Kiss Me Till I Die” by The Lavender Scare

American Indie Rock band The Lavender Scare releases the spine-tingling track “Kiss Me Till I Die”. The track features heavy guitar-driven melodies in the chorus interwoven with dream-like synth during the chorus. Whistiful tones from the vocals are lay upon the instrumentation to create a seamless contrast: soft tones with harsh rock sounds. The sincerity of this sound is further driven by the lyrical theme that was inspired by the singer’s own experiences. “Kiss Me Till I Die” is a true listening rock experience as it features an electrifying soundscape with its contrasting sounds.

“Natteranglar” by Lysne

Get ready to make your weekend more pop-punk with this track by Norweigan rock band Lysne. The song is about a guy that has trouble sleeping and gets up in the middle of the night longing for coffee and rock music. It features that classic pop-punk sound that many have heard in the early 2000s. It’s an energetic rock tune with blazing electronic guitar and infectious pop riffs. If you are a big pop-punk fan like me, then you will love “Natteranglar”.

“I’m OK” by Alisa Shamrow

US-based singer-songwriter Alisa Shamrow was influenced by Jade Bird, Ingrid Michaelson, and Brandi Carlile when writing her new track. “I’m OK” is a motivational pandemic-era mood-lifter about having perspective, gratitude, and self-love. You can hear the feel-good vibes in the upbeat popish tempo and inspiring lyrics. But it is Shamrow’s vocals that make you feel welcomed when listening to her newest song. Their tones are warm, intimate, and rich in textures draped over positive acoustic instrumentation. “I’m OK” is a tune that motivates your weekend both musically and lyrically.

Which song is your favorite?

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