Wednesdays are 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 October 6, 2021
“Ignore This Life” by TRIPOLI
About the song: ““Ignore this life” is an Acoustic/Rock song about the struggles of living with someone suffering from a terminal illness, with inspiration from artists like Neil Young but with a more psychedelic feel.” — TRIPOLI
“Raindrops” by IAMEVE
About the artist: IAMEVE is a singer, songwriter, and storyteller who has deeply committed to the age of the heroine and awakening the balance of masculine-feminine in the universe.
Her music catapults us into another world with an unusual mix of sacred geometry and surrealism in a kaleidoscope of fantastical inspiration sparked by Geiger, Bowie, Kate Bush, and Lewis Carroll, to name a few.
“Exposed” by Holochord
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“Paper Flowers” by PHNTMS
About the song: ” Entitled “Paper Flowers”, the track is all about devotion, sticking through the tough times and weathering the storms together in a romantic relationship. “Paper Flowers” features a stadium-worthy rock chorus over vibrant synths and gritty guitars for a sun-drenched explosion of sound that is undeniably catchy.” — PHNTMS
“Magic Mess” by Andrew Smith
About the song: “Entitled “Magic Mess” the single is about finding your true identity in a time of feeling lost and overworked. It also pays tribute to the “people who applaud you for being you. Shimmering vibrant synths float alongside funk-fueled bass and soaring layered vocals creating a release that is contagious as it is thought-provoking. ” — Andrew Smith
“Good At Missing You” by Nice Horse
About the song: “”Good At Missing You” is about being in that place where longing outweighs moving on, where memories overcome thoughts of a new future. When you’re right in the thick of heartache, so much so that it’s the most natural thing you do, missing the people you love—something that has never been more true for many of us during the pandemic.” — Nice Horse
“Teardrops” by KEANA
About the song: “Entitled “Teardrops,” her upcoming single reinforces the importance of self-love in relationships. The track features poetic lyricism, dreamy vocals, and dynamic synth-infused production complete with a prominent beat that creates a unique push-pull effect for the listener. KEANA confides, ” ‘Teardrops’ speaks about realizing someone can only love you as much as they love themselves. The story is about being in a relationship with a “Fixer-upper.”” — KEANA
“Prolly Not” by Two Good Eyes
About the song: This song is about hanging onto someone for too long in the hopes that one day you may end up together. It’s about all of the stupid shit you do to impress that person and learning to laugh at yourself in the process.
“Lightning” by Mads Langer
About the song: “”Lightning” is a song about feeling recognized on a deeper level. It’s about that moment when you realize that you have met someone special and that you feel that same thing at the same time…that magic thing that you can’t put into words. I guess this song is about those moments of recognition because, to me, it truly feels like getting struck by lightning in the best possible way. So hopefully people can think of those moments when they listen to this song.” — Mads Langer
“Don’t Try” by Morningless
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