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Summer Song of the Week: JOY (Get Over Me)

Well, it’s been a stonkin’ bank holiday weekend of summer, draught beers, barbecue meat and catching up with family and friends in the glare of the summer sun. Absolutely fabulous. Other than playing Easy Life’s summer anthems in Life’s A Beach, I have been frantically trying to find some quality summer counterparts to the Leicester lads, so I can mix up the playlist just a little bit. Aaaaand, Lo and behold, I found this beauty.

Whether it was made for the joys of summer or not, it is simply perfect for it. Have a cheeky listen and let me know what you think. If I have enough responses, I’ll also make my own summer anthem playlist this week, so all yous enjoying the sun can enjoy it that little bit more.

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Song of the Day: Strabe’s Best Worst Year

No other song in the world will demonstrate the despair – and sporadic hope – we’ve been feeling this year from the last.

The true epitome of music for the summer, Strabe’s Best Worst Year is the only second release for the band, and it’s the one we’ve resonated with most.

For good reasons, too.

The pensive lyrical decisions, the funky guitar twangs throughout, and the ulta-electro beat that fashions it for the perfect bop, it is a titan of a track for summer anthems and requires your attention immediately.

A humble track from such a humble artist that is not been formally known or heard in the vines since 2019 – since this release actually.

The temptations of an amazing road trip is all too much, and you can be sure that this titan of a track will most certainly tip you over the edge. I’ll soon be hearing tales of how this song inspired a mass population to drop everything and arrive at the beach in one swoop.

Get those swimming shorts from the top shelf, because you’re going to be gone for awhile.