Have you braced yourselves for the rise in temperature and for the call of the open roads and open seas this coming Summer? No? Not to worry then, because this week’s playlist is dedicated to warming you up for the coming season!
The season of Sun is upon us again! It’s time to store those coats and scarves, don your favorite tees and well-worn shorts, and plan the perfect getaway instead!
And whether you’re planning to head to the beach or towards the open road, here’s a little something from us to get the momentum going! We hope you enjoy!
She Moves in Her Own Way by The Kooks Lisztomania by Phoenix Free Energy by Free Energy Lolita by Throw Me the Statue Tongue Tied by GROUPLOVE Block After Block by Matt & Kim Anna Sun by Walk the Moon Never Gonna Leave Me by Sia Alligator Sky (feat. Shawn Chrystopher) by Owl City 11th Dimension by Julian Casablancas Do You Realize? by The Flaming Lips Santa Fe by Beirut Midnight CIty by M83
Loving this playlist? Then watch out for more Summer-themed playlists in the coming weeks!
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