One perfect jam session, coming right up!
As I lounged on my five-hour flight to California, I couldn't help but scroll through my new Discover Weekly playlist. Alternative, pop, and even rap emerged as a multitude of new tunes; however, by the time I stepped off the plane, I was already jamming to seven new songs on repeat.
1. "Sweet Little Lies" by Bulow
A little grungy, a little pop with a twist of dark, this song will bring out all your feelings of nostalgia, sadness, and resistance. Don't be surprised to get hooked on her entire new album, Crystalline.
2. "yes and no" by XYLO
Dysfunctional, unproductive, and indecisive? This is the song for you. With a little sprinkle of Billie Eilish style, XYLO brings a fabulous beat with well written lyrics to create a song worthy of another repeat.
3. "Find U Again" by Mark Ronson ft. Camila Cabello
To the heartbroken, discover your true feelings with the beat of Ronson and astounding vocals of Cabello. Don't fret if you're a ball of tears or a sucker for revenge at the end of the song.
4. "Gogobebe" by Mamamoo
Need another K-pop mix? This song will surely bring the party to you, whether you're in the car, the shower, or simply dancing in your PJs.
5. "it's not u it's me" by Bea Miller
Get ready for the ultimate dystopian sci-fi vibe with Bea Miller's new song. Complete with space buns and planetary stars, she delivers a thundering beat with a small taste of rap. Beware, you don't break the repeat button.
6. "New Friends" by Maty Noyes
A relatively new artist, she delivers a strong performance that some of you may find relatable. This song leans away from the alternative genre and into the pop era.
7. "Heaven Can Wait" by LSD
Time is running out. Discover this masterpiece crafted by legends themselves. Written with the collab album LSD, this song is featured among a number of electronic, pop, and rap songs that may become the album of the century. No words left, enjoy.