Best Summer Songs For The Best Summer Vibes
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Best Summer Songs For The Best Summer Vibes

Looking for those songs to sing loud with your friends while driving to the beach with the windows down? Look no further.

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Best Summer Songs For The Best Summer Vibes

I love all types of music, and of course, I listen to the most popular stuff and really like it. Post Malone, Billie Eilish, Galantis, Trippie Redd, Khalid, and a bunch of different remixes are some of my favorites. That being said, something about summer time makes me want to listen to songs that make me feel the happiest - and I have a unique playlist of songs that capture these exact feelings. Super carefree, laid back, and well summery. Well, they aren't completely unique, but they are songs I only find myself listening to as the summer months come closer. Next time you are in the car with a group of your best friends driving home from a day at the beach in the sunset... maybe you will consider these songs to add to your next playlist!

Tongue Tied by Grouplove

Shark Attack by Grouplove

A-Punk by Vampire Weekend

Shine On by The Kooks

Catch & Release (Deepend Remix) by Matt Simons

Heartlines (Cheat Codes Remix) by Broods

Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen

Animal by Neon Trees

Best Friend by Foster The People

Good Morning by Grouplove

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