November 22, 2017

“Stubborn Love” by The Lumineers

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief The less known Denver band, with instrumental tracks similar to Mumford & Sons, is better known for their song “Ho Hey,” which is ranked fifth on iTunes alternative chart. The meaning to the song is pretty basic, he’s in love with a girl who just continuously hurts him. But it really doesn’t matter to him. Personally, I don’t necessarily fall in love with the beginning of the song, but from one minute in- I start to enjoy as the music picks up and the drums become more powerful. “When we were young, Oh Oh, we did…

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“White Nights” by Oh Land

The bouncy happy feel of this song is perfect for a relaxing day off of school, due to Labor Day. “White Nights,” released in 2011, continuously stays playing on my iPod due to the lead singer’s unique voice along with the drum patterns throughout the song. “Has it been a day or a week? As my eyes begin to close, I am walking in my sleep. Living in a state in between do the signs begin to show? See the eyes fare in the dark, as they glow as they glow. These dreams under my pillow In the twilight of…

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Megan’s Music Mondays: “Last Dance” by The Raveonettes

The Raveonettes are a band I have followed for a long time, always loving this song and “Suicide.” This songs upbeat attitude puts me in a good mood while it always talks about serious subjects. The song itself is really soothing and yet it speaks of someone dying and wanting to spend the last time with them. This song has the ability to make you want to dance and cry¬†simultaneously. Plus, don’t deny it, the “woahowoah” parts can be very catchy. “Your lipstick Smeared beside I adore you I always have And everytime you overdose I rush to intensive care…

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