The original song by Empire Of The Sun was good, but my golly, this is fantastic. It’s a great sunny day song to get work done and be productive. 3:08 has to be my favourite part of the song – its whimsical feel lights up my heart and gets it sparked for the start of a new week.
Firstly, I enjoy the music video – and that says a lot since I don’t normally like many music videos. They all just seem objective. It may also just be because the main female actress in the video reminds me a lot of Troian Bellisario from Pretty Little Liars.
This song is directly related to those of you who are like me and didn’t expect to fall in love. Better yet, didn’t expect to fall in love when they did, as deep as they did.
I don’t know just how it happened, I let down my guard…
All the way from France, this song takes your mind soaring to thoughts of warm weather, good company, and dancing the night away. This feel good song, and more can be found on Tristan Thoraval (better known as Androma)’s soundcloud.
Another song on repeat for me for awhile now. It’s probably one of the rare “house” vibe songs I actually feel like I could dance to. It’s also on my playlist for the gym.
I have and always been a fan of Calvin Harris and this song just takes the cake.
“If I told you… your heartbeat lets me know you feel the same…”
My first time hearing this song was through a Vine video. These two guys were doing what they called the Miami Step. The song is darn catchy, that I kept help listening to it looped. At times, I even want to get on my feet and do the dance.
I’ve attempted, and I’ve tried multiple times, but I just can’t get it. I’ll probably devote an hour in the future to learning it like I did the Heel-toe. Below is the original video I heard the song from. Enjoy!
This song has been on repeat for the last two weeks for me. Something about it just calms me. Perhaps it’s the mellow beat or the simple but relatable lyrics which give it its strong “feel”. Either way, it’s catchy. You can find this track (the proper version) on Rihanna’s latest album, Unapologetic.
I was introduced to this cover by my friend David (aka. Tails) and I am so happy with it. It’s the best cover for this song that I’ve ever heard. It’s even better than the original in my opinion but I’m a sucker for any 50’s related music, style, or movies. I’m sure those of you who are too will appreciate this and their other covers.
Happy Hump Day!