Sure everyone has songs stuck on repeat from time to time until one gets bored of it. This post is dedicated to the ones I`ve been listening to these past weeks, and hope you will like them just as much as I do.
Royal Blood - 'Little Monster'
A relatively new duo from Brighton, UK is my favourite discovery for 2014 so far. I highly recomment to check them out if you`re in need of fresh sounds in rock music, and love an awesome bass-line as the lead for a change. You also might have catched their performance on this year`s SXSW.
Coldplay - 'Magic'
I wouldn`t call myself a Coldplay fan but sure they`ve got a few songs with each album-cicle that I simply adore. This one is my go-to when I feel like getting lost in the music, relax, and shut the rest of the world out. So, call it the magic of music.
Verses - 'Making Statues'
Another new band, another new favourite...from Brighton, UK once again. Damn, that town has talented folks! It must be the sea. Anyway, their music is like Kids In Glass Houses met We Are The Ocean prior the break up, and had a kid that is Verses who are about to release their debut album. I`m sold.
Natives - 'Can`t Say No'
The former Not Advised has been on my radar for quite a time now, but this song off of the long-awaited debut album 'Indoor War', is my most favourite they`ve done - It screams "summer" all over, and not only the chorus is catchy but the verses as well. Bonus points for that strange guitar riff that makes the whole thing stand out. Can we have more those, please?
Ivan & The Parazol - 'Wish You The Best'
Budapest`s very own rock and roll band is set to conquer the world with UK pub-gigs, having supported Deep Purple, and being returning performers at this year`s SXSW in the US already checked out on their To-do list. Next up is the release of the sophomore album 'Mode Bizarre' in just two days. If you`re into the 60-70`s era of rock music but with a modern sound, then this band is for you.
For now, that`s it about my music interests for the spring. I can`t wait to discover and fall in love with more so, let me know who are your current favourites in the comments below!
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