Thursday, 30 April 2015

April Spotify Playlist

Hey everyone :)

It's that time of the month again and I am partly excited. Yes I said 'partly' because I have just been paid however I've paid all my bills and well looking at the state of my account balance - you wouldn't have thought I'd been paid but that all aside. Dave comes home on Monday and I have to go to Manchester to pick him up.

spotify playlist april

Anyway that's not what we're here to talk about is it?!

This month I've been listening to a mixture of old and new songs - I've been binge watching Pretty Little Liars and whomever they're music person is - needs a medal - the music is amazing!

Rachel Platten - Be Here


The first artist is someone new I've been listening to - one of her songs was featured on the 100th episode of Pretty Little Liars - oddly it's not on this album and it's not on Spotify as it's not technically been released yet. It's was going to be called Wrecking Ball however just before it was released - Miley Cyrus brought out her Wrecking Ball song so this song was shelved then renamed Begin Again - I think it will be released at some point - it's HERE if you want to listen to it. She has two more popular songs '1000 Ships' and 'Work of Art'.

Sara Bareilles - The Blessed Unrest


I don't know why but I got back into Sara - I think it's here quirky videos - esp Brave! That video looked like great fun to shoot! Her music is sooo catchy and has that feel good factor :)

100 Essential Love Songs


I don't know why but I was searching 'love' on Spotify and I got into the album sections that contained the word 'love' and this one popped up - what's not good about 100 essential love songs!? Some oldies and new on the album which is great! Always worth a listen when your feeling love-dovey or lovesick :)

So those are my most listened to this month ... what about you?

Let me know of your interests so I can check them out and see if I like them too :)


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