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Mid-Week Pick-Me-Up 2022 Vol. 12

Wednesday is always a time to celebrate! It is hump day! Two more days until the weekend, time to celebrate! I am starting a new series where I present ten songs that will help you celebrate your Hump Day and make your week more awesome!

Check out the songs below! What is your favorite song? Let me know in the comments!

The Mid-Week Pickup for April 20, 2022

“21” by Jack West

The second single off the artist’s upcoming album entitled NUMB. For those who like the music of Billie Eilish.

“Revival” by Drew Drake

“Oh Simone” by Mark Henry Ham

“Is Everything Past?” by Trumpets of Consciousness

“Head Or Tail” by Faron Sage

“In this era of increasingly controlling behaviour amongst the powers that be, coupled with the apparently limitless freedom and possibility of the internet age, Head Or Tail asks “how do we know what to believe?”” — Faron Sage

“Oh Jaqueline” by Pastis

“Bouncing between the hectic, high-pressure verses and raging liberating choruses, ”Oh Jaqueline” is an ode to the muse of escapism, the patroness saint of rocking in a free world. Jaqueline is like a quick smoke or a month full of Sundays: This sing-along single wins the hearts and minds of the dance floor people who want to get away from it all for 3 minutes and 49 seconds.” — Pastis

“ohno” by Shaan Kambli

“”ohno” is about falling in love with someone all over again. Influences include The Chainsmokers and Dua Lipa. Written, produced and performed (all vocals) by Shaan Kambli.” — Shaan Kambli

“Pray For You” by BB Thomaz

Her songs tell deep and meaningful stories about strength, healing, hope, and emotional fights – not the right expression here I would say “survival” instead – an emotional fight is when somebody fights with another person screaming and crying. BB Thomaz goes her own way with her very warm, optimistic, and fun-loving nature. Her song Fighterdescribes her determination to fight for her convictions and her vision perfectly.

“Say No” by Friendship

“Sometimes you just want to say no even though people expect you to say yes. With a sense of Audioslave riff, “Say No” combines a balanced feeling of hard rock riffing and grandois sing-along chorus. The vocals are changing characteristics along with the lyrical part of the song, taking the listener to different parts of their self-awareness.” — Friendship

“Not Your Fool” by Alexa Villa

“”Not Your Fool” is about “reclaiming your power after a breakup. It’s about looking back at all the red flags, realizing that I missed them, and choosing to grow from the pain rather than letting them breakup break me. I wrote this song months after my very toxic long-term relationship ended, once the fog cleared and I was able to see that I should have left sooner.”  — Alexa Villa

“Ellis Island” by Michal Allan

“I am currently working on songs for my first record album, titled Paint a Piano Purple. Painting a piano purple is a depiction of being able to paint our own world despite the external environment. Painting a piano in a royal color is connected to finding our own “regal” refuge when times get dark and chaotic when reality changes and we feel disconnected. My form of communication has always been through creativity, through feelings emoted, through the vibration of the piano telling a very human story and sharing a very human experience.” — Michael Allan

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