Three tunes for a glorious day!

3 Jun

What glorious weather we are having today! To celebrate that, I’ve got three songs that just sound that much better when the sun’s out. Hell, even if it’s raining buckets where you are, these tunes will make you feel great nevertheless. Don’t say that I’m not good to you.

You don’t have to have ice cream whilst listening to these but it helps!

Really looking forward to the first proper Best Coast record later this year. She’s unbelievable. She’s like Glasvegas if they cheered up a bit.

The Boy Who Trapped The Sun is a charming Scottish singer songwriter that makes ladies melt (apparently). Not literally. That would be quite a good party trick yes but somewhat evil. Imagine the heartbreak of the girl’s parents when the policemen turn up to say: “Allo allo allo. I’m sorry but it turns out that when your daughter listens to beautiful Scottish men singing, she turns into a snowman and, due to the warm weather, she now is no more. Would you like this hat as a sympathy present?”

It wouldn’t be all doom and gloom though because the parents might mistake the beautiful Scottish man to be Paulo Nutini and seek vengeance on him instead. Every cloud. Uh, anyway…

I really didn’t know what to make of the Surfer Blood album when hearing for the first time back in December. I’ve since realised that when it’s cold and freezing, the music just doesn’t come across in the same way. It’s only since the sun has made an appearance again that I’ve realised just how good their album is.

A mate of mine said recently: “Weezer should listen to this and learn how to make good music again”. Couldn’t have said it better myself. Well, in actual fact, I could. He’s northern. I would’ve said it in my beautiful standard English accent. Like a newsreader. Apart from that Welsh one. More like Fiona Bruce. Oooo I love Fiona!


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