Wednesday, September 10, 2014

The 5 Songs You Need to Hear Right Now

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Working in fashion is so much fun, but what you don't know is when we're striving to get things done, we're desperately in need of good music to boost our dynamic vibe. So, wherever you are, go press the play button and wipe out your mid-week blues.

Damien Rice - My Favourite Faded Fantasy
Calm and composed, Damien Rice's new song My Favourite Faded Fantasy marks his comeback after quite a long hiatus since 9. It's about the harmony of stirring strings and melodramatic lyrics that form the wholesomeness of his music. It's better late than never, we gotta say, but you could expect his upcoming brand new album in early November.

Ariana Grande - Best Mistake (feat. Big Sean)
You know how much we're obsessed with the breakthrough artist Ariana Grande, but how could we move on from her new album My Everything? Maybe you've heard enough of her latest collaboration with Australian rapper Iggy Azalea for the song of the summer Problem, but we think you should give other tracks in the album a try. With her oh-so-lovely high-ranged vocal, listen to Best Mistake and thank us later.

Maroon 5 - Sex and Candy
Maroon 5 might've slightly let us down with their genre shifts, however, one of the tracks in their new album V worths your time - it is the cover of Marcy Playground's Sex and Candy. This rendition somehow brings out their heartfelt pop/rock feel way back when they first debuted Songs About Jane.

Fall Out Boy - Centuries
Entering the realm of indie rock, we couldn't help but keep falling in love with Fall Out Boy's new single Centuries. It's about the manifestation of David and Goliath's story through the beautiful serenades for FOB's hometown: Chicago.

Vance Joy - First Time
First Time is that kind of song you would want to add to your favorite playlist; it's like you'd never want to miss a day without singing along to Vance Joy's soulful vocal. What's more, the guitar alone allows us to take a stroll down a path of love agony through his perspective.