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The Weekly 2022 for the Week of June 13 – June 19

It’s another round of The Weekly. Each week, I will feature ten songs that you should be listening to and checking out this week! You can check the songs out in this post on the Spotify playlist at the end of this post! Let’s check out the song now.

(Check out last’s week post: The Weekly for the Week of June 6 – June 12)

“Moving On” by Evan Steel

“Getting rejected is tough. You can’t always get a callback. When is the right time to move on? This song is my first real venture into “acoustic pop” music, and I think we found a sweet spot between depth and keeping things light.” — Evan Steel

“The Worst Version Of Me” by Brook Davis

“Please Know” by Dusty Miller

“The Prophecy” by Daniel Núñez Martín

“”The Prophecy” is a dramatic and dark cinematic orchestral piece inspired by mythological stories of popular folklore. This composition presents the most disturbing, distressing, and tenebrous side that tells the story of a supernatural phenomenon that claims the existence of a creature that waits in the forest. A malevolent spirit that feeds on humans. This composition is nourished by the dark sounds of the forest. You can hear influences from “Witcher”, “Until Dawn”, “Pet Sematary” or “Antlers”.” — Daniel Núñez Martín

“Sylvan Weekends” by Stables

“”Sylvan Weekends” is the latest single by indie-folk duo Stables. Based around Sydenham Woods and a weekend writer Matthew spent with Daniel and their friends there. The song is a return to Stables’ sound of ethereal indie-folk and harmony-laden melodies.” — Stables

“Darkness” by Mitch Jones x Judge & Jury x Escape the Fate

” Following the suicide of his close friend Byron Bernstein (AKA Reckful) in early 2020, who was also popular on Twitch, Mitch took a break from streaming on the platform for nearly 2 years. This is the first song that Mitch Jones will release after his return to regularly streaming on Twitch on April 7, 2022, and marks a significant point in his journey of recovery, both to himself and to his greater Twitch family.

The song details Mitch’s push and pulls inner conflict he has with wanting the person he loves to be with him but also pushing them away to keep them shielded from his self-destructive tendencies.” — Mitch Jones

“Polly Ann Marie” by MF Ruckus

“Edge of Goodbye” by Ollee Owens

“Edge of Goodbye” is about how the grass is not always greener on the other side. Mainstream culture often presents altered states of existence that stand outside of reality, leading one to think that what they have is not enough, that who they’re with is not enough which can lead to contemplating leaving all they know for an imaginary better life, when in reality when they can’t see that what they have holds value and meaning. ” — Ollee Owens

“FIRE” by Booke

“Not exactly a word you would want to yell out in a crowd, especially these days, but Fire is the only relevant slang that could describe the woman of your dreams and the name of the new summer smash for 2022.” — Booke

“Do Not Disturb” by Alex & The Alpaca

“As funny as the song is with its over-the-top artwork and music production, the lyrics actually work as comic relief for genuine feelings of loneliness I’ve had in long-distance relationships, not to say ‘smartphone relationships’. Music works for me as a reminder that feelings pass and that we can hopefully, always get to the point of making fun of what once caused us pain” – Alex & The Alpaca

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