Isabelle Leger
Isabelle Leger
Isabelle Leger is a fourth year journalism and communications student at St. Thomas University. She is the Art’s Editor for the 2018-19 academic year and hopes to do the Brunswickan justice throughout her time here. Isabelle is passionate about spreading positivity and telling others’ stories. She feels she has learned a lot over the last three years and is excited to enhance her experience and knowledge at the Brunswickan.
November 28, 2018

10 songs to listen to in November

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1. “Vertigo” by Khalid

In Khalid’s new album, Suncity, he offers seven songs. The song Vertigo is upbeat and stands out from the rest because of it’s symphony-like vibes.  

2. “When the party’s over” by Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish often releases material that pulls at the heartstrings of anybody who has experienced relationship trouble. Her new release, “When the party’s over”, takes this to a whole new level.

3.”The Hype” by Twenty One Pilots

Twenty One Pilots is currently on tour for their new album Trench. The album didn’t disappoint with 14 songs. “The Hype” is a song most of us can relate to, as its chorus repeats “I don’t know which way I’m going.”

4. “Think About It” by Dennis Lloyd

If you’re saying “no, no, no, no,” to all of these midterms and assignments, you may find this song relatable.

5. “Breakaway” by Lennon Stella

This new female artist has now released her fourth hit single. She wrote “Breakaway” during her parents’ divorce. It is about feeling like the world is crumbling around you.

6. “God Only Knows” by The Beach Boys

This one goes out to all the people who help us students through exams and remind us that we aren’t complete failures.

7. “Celebrate” by Anderson Paak

Anderson Paak never fails to offer soulful R&B tunes. “Celebrate” is a perfect song to listen to after finishing that test you’ve been dreading.  

8. “Bad Boy” by Dan Croll

From the album Emerging Adulthood, “Bad Boy” discusses social norms and feeling like you’re on a path that was chosen for you. If you’re a rebellious soul who doesn’t conform and loves upbeat alternative music, this song is for you.

9. “Go Outside” by Cults

This playful and upbeat song acts as a reminder to spend some time outside, with friends, instead of always being locked in your room.

10. “Friends” by City and Colour

City in Colour recently released an album of live performances called Guide Me Back Home. The song “Friends” is a tribute to Dallas Green’s friends, which is something we can all be thankful for.  

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