Updated: Sep 27, 2020
Another new week, another new playlist to inspire you.
The shortest one yet, this week I was even more careful than usual about the songs selected.
Here are my favorites:
The way I used to by Kelsea Ballerini. In a very clever move, Ballerini re-released her album from earlier this year in an acoustic format, which makes the songs feel more personable and relatable. It took the album from a polished, country pop record, to songs you can sing in your car and sound like things that actually could have happened in your life. The way I used to hurts in a good way, and the lyrics are smart and poignant.
Letter to You by Bruce Springsteen. 'The Boss' means so much to so many people, and he proves yet again why he's deserving of so much adoration. This song is simple and powerful at the same time.
Loud by Delilah Montagu. The London-based singer songwriter writes with honesty about recognizing mistakes, insecurities and flaws in a relationship and finally asking for what you want. It's empowering and energetic with a wonderful melody and rhythm that bring the lyrics to life.
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