What’s in your earphones? – Liv’s March Playlist
Second semester is in full swing and many of us have just recently received our exam results. So, whether you’re celebrating or drowning your sorrows, here’s a few tunes that are on my playlist this month to perk you up or get you through the rest of the semester!
T-Shirt Weather – Circa Waves
If you’re celebrating your exam results, ‘T-Shirt Weather’ is the perfect feel good tune that never gets old.
Travis – Why Does it Always Rain on Me?
And if semester two is still getting you down…
Ed Sheeran – Galway Girl
It’s St Patrick’s Day this month and Ed’s just dropped his new album so grab yourself a pint of Guinness and get this on your playlist.
Stornoway – Zorbing
I had the pleasure of seeing this amazing band last week so I couldn’t not include one of their songs on my March playlist. ‘Zorbing’ is the first song I ever heard by Stornoway and it’s still a firm favourite years later. Unfortunately the band have decided to split up so they won’t be releasing any more music but thankfully you can still hear all their albums on either Spotify or YouTube!
Neon Trees – Sleeping With a Friend
Neon Trees are probably better known for their more popular tracks such as ‘Everybody Talks’, however I’ve recently discovered ‘Sleeping With a Friend’ and I’ve had it on repeat ever since. It has a really upbeat vibe and quite an unusual 80s feel to it. Definitely worth a listen!
The Courteeners – Summer
Spring is finally here, which means we’re one season closer to Summer (yay!) It might be a bit too early but this is perfect to stick on your speakers as you make summer festival plans and book your holidays!
Ed Sheeran – What Do I Know?
Ed’s taken over the UK charts and the radio this month and I’d be lying if I said he hadn’t taken over my playlist too…
Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Zephyr Song
‘Zephyr Song’ is from one of the Chili Pepper’s older albums back in 2002, a more chilled out track compared to something like ‘Can’t Stop’, but definitely more underrated.
Huntar – Anyway
I saw Huntar when he was supporting Fickle Friends at The Arts Club back in November and I’ve loved this song ever since. Definitely one to watch out for.
Panic! At The Disco – Death of a Bachelor
A month doesn’t go by where I don’t listen to a bit of Panic! At The Disco. This track is from their newest album