In Our Ears: Songs We Loved This Week - Feb 15 2019 Edition
    • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019

    • Posted by: Baeble Staff

    Valentines Day is done, the Grammys have come and gone, Football is over, Lindsay Vonn has retired the GOAT of Alpine Skiing (Yes - Stenmark has a couple more wins but Lindsay dominated the most dangerous for discipline for 18 years). We are consigned to the depths of winter and depression in the Northeast. The only bright spot is the days are steadily getting longer.

    Push aside all this sadness and revel in the great music on this week's playlist.

    David's Picks

    Mansionair - We Could Leave
    The love affair continues with this new song.

    Jukebox the Ghost -- It's No Secret
    Shortest song you will listen to this week, clocking in at 2:11. Pure fun riff on Jerry Lee Lewis.

    Calvin Harris / Rag N Bone Man -- Giant
    A remix by Robin Schulz came out this week. The original is better. Rag N Bone Man cuts right through me.

    Mabel - Don't Call Me Up
    This song has been following me around all week. Everywhere I go it has been playing.

    Matt Maeson -- Beggar's Song
    Too good not to listent to.

    YUNGBLUD/Halsey/Travis Barker -- 11 Minutes
    Get new boyfriend, release track, elevate his career, move on, rinse and repeat. Halsey always makes the boys better.

    The Moefly Collective

    Lizzo -- Cuz I Love You
    Field Medic -- Pegasusthotz
    MGMT-- Electric Feel
    Louis Armstrong -- La Vie En Rose
    Dolly Parton -- Here You Come Again
    Janelle Monae -- Make Me Feel
    Ella Mai -- Shot Clock
    Ella Mai -- Boo'd Up
    John Mayer -- In The Blood
    Leon Bridges -- Beyond
    Chloe x Halle Happy Without Me
    H.E.R. -- Hard Place
    Benny Blanco -- Eastside
    Bazzi -- Mine

    Zoe's Picks (Our Aussie Wonder)

    Cub Sport -- Come On Mess Me Up
    Lauv/Troye Sivan -- I'm So Tired
    Drake -- Ratchet Happy Birthday
    Hermitude -- Stupid World (feat Bibi Bourelly)
    Vera Blue -- Give In

    Music Video of the Week: 365 - Zeed/Katy Perry
    We finally get to the truth that Katy is a actually needy cyborg.

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