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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend 2022 (V. 6)

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!

This Weekend’s Tunes Are…

“Unlocked” by The Mercy Stone

“The Mercy Stone is a band that tends to explore many different music styles. This is our latest attempt to create fresh, rock-tinged music that hits hard in a 2022 kinda world.” — The Mercy Stone

“Dark Days” by Cowboy Diplomacy

“Dark Days” serves as a reminder that when darkness falls, the sun will still always rise, and that makes everything “alright.”The song was written during the Covid-19 lockdown and inspired by the ongoing pandemic.

“Tuff” by VASSY x GT_Ofice

“”TUFF” is a song about no matter how hard things get you’ve just got to just roll with the punches and keep it going.. I have always wanted to write a song using this expression ‘when the going gets tough, the tough get going” It resonates with me. You see in life there will be highs and there will be Lows and the music industry can be tough.

I think most people can relate to this song because everyone has their ups and downs and sometimes you just need a little motivation to get through the tough times.” — VASSY

“Right Hand Man” by Ian Abel

“Imagine you’re getting a drink at a sunny gay resort and you spot a cute stranger flirting with your man,” Ian Abel talked. “Then imagine you don’t even care: that’s what this song is about.”

“Clementine” by Elijah Mann

“”Clementine” is a slinky little indie rock song about being on the edge of something changing, the thrilling moment before a relationship flips into something a little more intimate. It’s a nice slow-burn of a song. Similar to Ben Howard, Foy Vance, and Manchester Orchestra. Perfect for Valentine’s Day make-out sessions and late-night drives with your crush.” — Elijah Mann

“Break The World” by Caroline Reilly

“Caroline Reilly wrote “Break The World” about a friend of hers who had an abusive home life. She always wore a big smile despite the emotional abuse going on in her daily life. Reilly states that she wrote this song for “those of us who don’t feel heard”.” — Caroline Reilly

“Do Better” by Tina Rix

“Survive” by Asher Knight

“This track is about loving someone so much that you’re scared of losing them and not knowing what to do without them. Asher works to give sound and verse to the inner fears of a lot of people in a relationship and give his fans the music they can relate too.” — Asher Knight

“Bombs Away” by Whitney McClain

“Insist” by First Frontier

“At its core, “INSIST” is a love song. But unlike most love songs, it’s about wanting to make yourself better for somebody that you love. The song flies in the face of modern, western romance, where the other person is seen as an object in the pursuit of self-actualisation. We wanted to explore how love is not about seeking somebody to complete us, but about finding somebody who makes us want to make ourselves complete.” — First Frontier

Which song is your favorite?

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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend

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