Summer is coming to an end and for many, this is synonymous with the end of the vacations and a return to routine (if it is possible to say so within this new Coronavirus normality). From Sonat Sounds we want to help you keep the vacation glow with this playlist we have created.
A compilation of songs, classics and new creations, which will surely help you to return with more energy, we hope you enjoy it!
TOP 10 post-summer vacation songs
1. Bobby McFerrin - 'Don't worry be happy'
The first song is a classic that will surely give good vibes. It is Bobby McFerrin‘s song called Don’t Worry Be Happy (1988). It was the first a cappella song to reach number-one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song’s title was inspired by a Meher Baba expressions’ that became famous in 1960.
2. Mac DeMarco - 'Salad Days'
The second song takes us to Canada. This indie style track with folk roots is called Salad Days, by the artist Mac Demarco. A very catchy and simple style that characterizes its melodies. If you want to find out more about the artist, see Jukebox’s review in spanish.
3. Surfaces - 'Good Day'
From a folk song, we move to a pop group. With jazz sounds peppered with pop, hip-hop, reggae, soul, calypso and even street swing. The young duo from Texas, Surfaces, presented this spring their latest album called Horizons, which includes the following song, Good Day.
4. Vansire - 'That I Miss You'
We continue with another young group from Minnesota, United States. Vanise is called this Dream Pop style duo. And the next video clip choreographed is called That I Miss You. Their music is characterized by the use of synthesizers with vintages sounds and melodious guitar arrangements.
5. McFly - 'Happiness'
McFly returns, after a 10-year break, with his recently released new single Happiness. The band would be dropping shortly a new LP called Young Dumb Thrills. The British band returns to the pop-rock scene with this optimistic theme that is giving much to talk about.
6. U2 - 'Beautiful Day'
A classic that could not be missed is the Beautiful Day of U2, which this year will be the 20th birthday of publication. The single finished in fourth place on the “Best Singles” list from The Village Voice‘s 2000 Pazz & Jop critics’ poll. In addition, the song won three Grammy Awards in 2001.
7. Stay Homas - 'In The End'
From Ireland to our country with one of the revelations during the confinement. They are Stay Homas. I’m sure you’ll remember them for his funny lyrics in different languages and have listened to them on social media. They will release his new album soon and have already planned an international tour during spring 2021. We share The End single, perhaps not as well known as Gotta be Patient.
8. Colbie Caillat - 'Brighter Than The Sun'
Almost a decade after its release we recovered this single by the artist Colbie Caillat. The song Brighter Than The Sun was released in 2011 and was very well received by critics. The single even appeared in different TV spots around the world.
9. Sam Cooke - 'What A Wonderful World'
Written by Sam Cooke in the late 1950’s. The song peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and hit number two on Billboard‘s Hot R&B Sides chart. What a Wonderful World has been covered many times and performed in several films since its release in 1965.
10. Earth Wind & Fire - 'September'
Finally, we leave you with this song called like this month: September. This song was published in 1978 by Earth, Wind & Fire. A success with notable film appearances as The Nice Guys (2016), Untouchable (2011), Night at the Museum (2006), Trolls (2016) Despicable me (2010).
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