Isabelle Leger
Isabelle Leger
Arts & Lifestyle Editor Isabelle Leger is a fourth year journalism and communications student at St. Thomas University.
September 23, 2018

10 Songs to listen to in September

Photo by Malte Wingen on Unsplash.

1. Bad Bad News by Leon Bridges

A new release that will bring you all the way back to soul in the 70s. Leon Bridges is known for his upbeat mid-20th century vibes and this song is no exception.  

2. Like Everybody Else by Lennon Stella

If you recognize Lennon Stella as Maddie Jaymes, you’ll be sure to have some Nashville nostalgia when listening to this song. Stella released this song as her first independent single last month.

3. Always Like This by Bombay Bicycle Club

On the album I Had the Blues but I Shook Them Loose, this song is a simple reminder to push your worries to the side.

4. Nevermind by Dennis Lloyd

If you’re having trouble letting go of summer, this song can bring you back for a couple of minutes. Released in 2016, it landed the top charts this summer and remains at number 30.

5. Yellow by Coldplay

As we’ll soon be seeing the stars much earlier every night, this song seemed relevant. A positive view on the unfortunate circumstance that is fall.

6. Move on Up by Curtis Mayfield

An oldie but a goodie! This song is sure to wake you up and get you ready for the day.

7. Go Gina by SZA

This new artist released her first album in 2017 and has already worked with artists like Calvin Harris, Kendrick Lamar and Travis Scott. This song emits some boss vibes and is sure to make you feel like one.

8. Bitches Broken Heart by Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish is known for her epic style and hit album Don’t Smile at Me. This song came out earlier in the year and does not disappoint.

9. I’ll Be Your Woman by St. Paul & The Broken Bones

First appearing on Mahogany Sessions, this song is sure to give you all the chills and all the feels.

10. On Paper by Arkells
On the album Michigan Left, which led to a Juno Award nomination for Songwriter of the Year, this song is perfect for any alternative rock lovers. It also works as a good reminder to get out your notebooks once the inevitable procrastinating begins.

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