Chloe Lewis

What’s In Your Earphones?- Chloe’s October Playlist

We’re at the start of a new uni year, so it’s time for a new playlist from yours truly. Here’s all the tunes that have been in my earphones for the past month!

In The Middle– dodie

Quirky lovely Dodie Clark is one of my favourite people in the whole world and her newest EP, You, has not left my ‘Recently Played’ on Spotify since it came out! I’m seeing her live for the first time later this month and I think I’ll probably cry when I see her in person.

Be Nobody– Sundara Karma

Be Nobody is such a lovely uplifting tune and an actual religious experience to witness live. I was lucky enough to see Sundara at the Guild earlier this month and the whole thing was so so beautiful.

Paper Crown– Liam Gallagher

I feel like I’ve been waiting for the release of Liam Gallagher’s solo debut As You Were FOREVER, and I love him so much that my obsession with it was inevitable. Paper Crown is the sort of song that can break and heal your tiny heart all at once, and I really don’t have the words to describe how I feel about it and every other song on the album, honestly.

Television Romance– Pale Waves

Pale Waves are a Manchester four-piece fronted by coolest gal in the world Heather Baron-Gracie. They’re currently signed to Dirty Hit Records, and newest single Television Romance was produced by none other than The 1975’s Matty and George! It’s easy to see how The 1975 boys have influenced this track, and it’s such an incredible summery tune!

If It Wasn’t For Me– Courteeners

Pretty sure Liam Fray wrote ‘an average girl with a bad fringe’ about me, honestly.

Someday– Peace

Someday is the most beautiful floaty tune in the world by Birmingham boys Peace, and it’s the sort of song that’ll leave you thinking about that person you used to fancy in school who broke your heart years ago.

Moscow– Autoheart

I was introduced to this song by my cool friend Rach, who made me my very own mixtape! Moscow is such a shiny happy bop, and ‘let’s get a dog, an Irish red setter / It’s all we need to get better’ is my fave lyric ever, probably.

Wonderland- The Seamonsters

Sheffield six-piece The Seamonsters’ sophomore single Wonderland is a lot heavier than their debut, but it’s still so so good! I loooooove women in music and these gals are no exception!

Milk– The 1975

My fave band in the world released one of their absolute classics, Milk, as a single this month and told precisely nobody they were going to do it. I love everything they’ve ever made, but this one is definitely up there with the best!

Edge of Seventeen– Stevie Nicks

Edge of Seventeen is nothing short of iconic and Stevie will always be queen of my world.

Pretty Face– Yassassin

I was introduced to five-piece all-girl punk band Yassassin when I saw them support Yak this month and I’m already obsessed! Pretty Face is my favourite of theirs because it makes me feel E M P O W E R E D.

Alright– The Magic Gang

Is it really a playlist of mine if I don’t include a tune by these boys in it? The Magic Gang are suuuuuper lovely and this rerelease of 2015 tune Alright is nothing short of genius.

As always, all of our music team’s playlists are available on the Ellipsis Spotify account: ellipsismusicteam.

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