With new music being released on a daily basis, there are sure to be a few that stand out as favorites. We asked our staff to choose some of their favorite tracks released this month to create our February playlist!
Check out the full list and Spotify stream below! What songs stood out to you this month? Let us know by shooting us a tweet at @_lucyoutloud!
“Missin’ You” – The Summer Set “Somebody Else” – The 1975 “iT’s YoU” – ZAYN “Ophelia” – The Lumineers “Help Me Run Away” – St. Lucia “You and I” – PVRIS “Incarnate Devil” – DIIV “Good to Love” – FKA twigs “Underwater” – Porches “Dead Eyes” – Adia Victoria “Cannonball” – Yuck “Proof” – I’m a Lion, I’m a Wolf “Swampadelic Pop” – Dr. Dog “White Iverson” – Grace Mitchell “Remember Me” – Gavin James “The Cherry Pit” – Pinkshinyultrablast “The Crowded Place” – Gary & The Clone “Supernatural” – KING “Centerfold” – MOTHXR “Black White Fuzz” – Coastgaard “Keep Your Promises II” – Sean Watkins “Good Enough” – The Ready Set "Don’t You Give Up On Me” – Lissie
Boston Calling is here to put summer to rest with a bang. If you’ve kept an eye on us for the last few years, you know the deal. Let’s do this again, shall we? Here is our list of who you need to be keeping an eye out for!
Today we talk about our #6 pick, Of Monsters and Men.
It’s always interesting when a band can reach a
certain level after only an album or two, and Of Monsters and Men are
one of these cases. With a trio of Platinum-or-better verified singles,
including the inescapable “Little Talks,” they were off to a heck of a start.
Now, as veterans of the inaugural Boston Calling and following
the release of sophomore album Beneath
the Skin, OM&M are headed back to City Hall Plaza to shake things up on
Friday night. Oh, and the band will have a cameo on Season 6 of Game of Thrones, too. So, that’s pretty
For fans of: Eisley, Walk Off the Earth, the Lumineers For a taste, check out: “Empire,” “Dirty Paws,” “From
Finner” Catch them: Friday, 7:25pm; Blue Stage