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10 Songs You Have to Listen to This Weekend 2022 (V. 1)

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…

“Scars” by Megan and Shane

Megan and Shane share their personal experiences with their newest single “Scars”. This song is based on a traumatic episode in Megan’s life. The lyrics feature a powerful message with hopes to inspire listeners. What else is powerful is Megan’s vocals as they are filled with such strength and emotion that is so impressive. Coupled with Shane’s expressive guitar playing, “Scars” is an inspirational country-rock tune with deep emotions, powerful musicality, and motivating words.

Daughter” by Katie Belle

Get ready to experience immense vocal power with “Daughter” by Katie Belle. The power and the emotions of the song are held in the expressive vocals of Belle. The artist brings depth and meaning to the lyrics with her melodic, compelling tones. The lyrics are a time capsule for salvation, solace, and redemption of a broken heart. Listeners cannot miss out on the soaring journey of melodic excellence in “Daughter”.

“Seagulls” by Viscula

London-based band Viscula brings the dark wave concept of a beloved sea-based bird on their newest track “Seagulls”. Elements of these birds calling out are found in the guitar riffs. As the guitar play this interesting melody, listeners will get drawn to the song’s soundscape: a mixture of elements of trip-hop and darkwave with post-rock and psychedelic. “Seagulls” is filled with memorable melodies in the guitar and bass riffs and deep arrangement that will grab the listener’s attention from the first beat.

“Lullaby For Eloise” by Allan Corby

US acoustic folk artist Allan Corby is back with another gorgeous song, this time with “Lullaby For Eloise”. Corby’s music is no stranger to this blog as I really enjoy Corby’s fine strumming style. The artist crafts sweet and harmonious acoustic guitar instrumental with his fine picking. Corby dedicates this song to his beautiful granddaughter and to all the little children of the world. Don’t miss “Lullaby For Eloise” as it is the perfect song to listen to anywhere with its melodic guitar strumming and calming vibes.

“Leaving You Now” by Joe & The Anchor

Swedish Indie-pop band Joe & The Anchor release their emotional piano ballad “Leaving You Now”. This song details the emotional break-up of experiencing first love: to grow apart and then realize that there is nothing left in the relationship. The star of “Leaving You Now” is the vocalist Joakim’s powerful yet emotional voice. These tones will tug the heartstrings of listeners as they remember their own heartbreaks. Listeners will fall in love with this beautiful Joe & The Anchor track as it is just a magical ballad with such powerful emotions.

“Walk Away” by Julia Lostrom

Australian alt-pop artist Julia Lostrom brings a mesmerizing performance with her latest single “Walk Away”. Inspired by the real events in Julia’s life, the lyrics embrace the idea of the numbness and frustration that comes with being stuck in an unfulfilling routine. Wrapped around the lyrics is an expansive soundscape complete with electronica, R&B, and pop tunes. The dynamic sounds in the instrumentation are joined with Julia’s hypnotic and layered breathy vocals. Its sweeping soundscape is something to not miss!

“January Sun” by Paul Weinfield

Relax with this soothing tune by Americana artist Paul Weinfield. “January Sun” is a song about the importance of being willing to start again. This upbeat American folk tune features a positive vibe in the instrumentation mixed with melodic vocals. There are catchy hooks scattered all over, from the chorus to the whistles. Yet, the track also features a soothing element in acoustic instrumentation. Nevertheless, “January Sun” by Paul Weinfield is a pleasant song to enjoy this weekend with its inspiring lyrics.

“Millionaire” by The Dalmatians

Australian Pop Rock band The Dalmatians is back with their newest song “Millionaire”. It is a light-hearted poke at the mega-rich who set false aspirations for the rest of society. This rock tune might sound nostalgic to some listeners as there are familiar melodies and sounds from the 90’s pop-rock scene. Yet, “Millionaire” by The Dalmatians features melodic vocals with such power. Don’t miss out on the catchy hooks in the chorus as they will have listeners singing along in no time.

“Only You and Me” by Mike Kelly x Prod. By Griff

Get ready this weekend with this fun and upbeat tune by Mike Kelly and Prod. By Griff. The lyrics detail about meeting someone new at a party and ditching it to get to know the person better. This is a song that you can listen to anywhere, from working out in the gym to listening in the car, as it’s a high-energy song with fun-loving melodies. The chorus is the star of the song with their irresistible hooks that will have listeners singing along. “Only You and Me” is an enjoyable, uptempo pop song that will bring a smile to your face today.

“Rush” by Steerner

“Rush” by Steerner will ensnare listeners with their hypnotic soundscape. The lyrics talk about the feelings of being addicted to anything: a person, a specific feeling, love, drugs, alcohol, or whatever that makes you feel alive and shine like neon lights on a pitch dark street in the middle of the city. Whatever this addiction is about, it’s simply hard to resist. Just like this song. Steerner crafts bouncy club hit with gleeful sounds, strong choruses, and catchy hooks. Listenesr will dance all night to this addictive tune!

Which song is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments!

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  1. risalopez

    Great playlist! I will surely listen to these song tonight!

  2. Fransic verso

    These are awesome! I don’t usually have a favorite, but I will keep listening to music when I like it.

  3. Chrissy

    Listened to all 10 of them Amy, loved them all 🙂 Thanks for sharing this one! Music is life for me!It helps me get through life 🙂

  4. Renata

    Wow – what a cool mix of music. I assume I can keep listening to these jewels also after the weekend is over 😉 ?!?

  5. Lyosha Varezhkina

    Thanks! I really enjoy music education with you! great way to kick start the week

  6. Polly

    These songs are incredible; my favorite on this list is “Only You and Me” by Mike Kelly. It’s quite catchy!

  7. Knycx Journeying

    Lots of great choices and I am looking forward to playing them during I am doing my chores, thanks for the ideas!

  8. brianmayroam

    I will start with January Sun. Then I’ll listed to Daughter. Have a good week!

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