IN OUR EARS: Songs We Loved This Week
    • FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2017

    • Posted by: Baeble Staff


    Milky Chance - "Blossom"

    We are one week away from hearing Milky Chance's new album, Blossom, and they've just released the title track. It might be my favorite Milky Chance song yet. "Blossom" has a steady bass line and clapping beat that's reminiscent of their 2014 hit "Stolen Dance." I'll never get over the raspy vocals that come from Clemens Rehbein, who makes up half of the electro-folk German duo. This song will most likely be on-repeat all day.

    Amy Winehouse - "Tears Dry On Their Own"

    I think if there's one artist I can never get tired of listening to, it's Amy Winehouse. It really doesn't matter what mood I'm in, what I'm doing or what the weather is like - Amy, always. "Tears Dry On Their Own" is full of soul as if it were a Motown classic and Amy's voice is as good as ever. If you haven't seen this music video, look it up. It's so good.

    Tennis - "Baby, Don't Believe"

    I'm so happy Yours Conditionally was released today because it's so vibey, especially for this snowy NYC day we're having. Alaina Moore has such a beautiful and ethereal voice but she knows how to bring power to it. They seem to have matured a lot - both lyrically and musically - over the past few years and I'm excited to listen to the rest of the album throughout the day.

    Celeste - "Daydreaming"

    Thanks again to my Spotify "Discover Weekly" playlist, I stumbled across another gem. Of course, I can't find anything about her online because she has such a common name but it looks like she is brand-spankin'-new to this year. Celeste's voice in this song ranges from parts that remind me of Amy Winehouse to other powerful bursts like Florence Welsh and a little bit of SZA's attitude. Whoever she is, I'm really into her sound.

    JMSN - "Drinkin'"

    About ten days ago, JMSN announced a new album coming out this year and with the announcement, he released his new single, "Drinkin'". JMSN digs so deep, vocally, in this track and it's so full of soul that it makes my stomach drop at times. It's been less than a year since JMSN released It Is but it seems like hes picking up right where he left us with this song.


    FRENSHIP ft. Emily Warren - "Capsize"

    I was a little tipsy last night on the subway (do not recommend) and I played this song on repeat for the entire 45 minute long ride. It felt so good.

    Lorde - "Liability"

    How can someone as amazing as Lorde make people leave? That's a question we're still trying to answer... Either way, I'll be listening to this and "Green Light" until June 10th, because that's how long she's making us wait for Melodrama.

    Fleet Foxes - "Third of May / Odaigahara"

    This just sounds like one of those songs that wrote itself. I wasn't there during the making of it obviously, but there's something about the melody that's so natural and strong. It's like they never left.

    Nine Pound Shadow - "Melody"

    Danger Mouse-signees recently released their self-titled EP and I've had it on repeat ever since.

    Sylvan Esso - "Die Young"

    This song makes me want to dance and cry at the same time. A very cathartic combo.

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