Weekly Roundup: April 1


Weekly Roundup April 1

Every Monday, we bring you a playlist filled with tracks the Melodic staff has been listening to on repeat. Hear some of our latest obsessions below:

Temme Scott- “Softly” This type of love song is relatable, yet rare to put into words. Temme Scott is unafraid to speak on the feelings that aren’t as pretty, and reach for answers to unsolved questions. The background harmonies highlight Temme’s crisp vocals and add a new layer of dimension and emotion to the track.

-Caroline Speer


Yi- “You’ll Be Okay” “‘Things will work out the way they’re supposed to’” which, for me, helped me process a lot of my unease and stress. I wanted to let her know the same and that things will turn out okay, and that’s how I was inspired to write this.” “You’ll Be Okay” follows his typical trajectory, focusing on sensitivity and introspective lyrics.

-Claire Gehlich


Heddy Edwards- “Black Tunnel” “Black Tunnel” seamlessly blends dreamy minimalism with sudden explosiveness, showcasing Edwards’ ethereal vocals and poetic lyricism. Based on personal experience, the track serves as a reflection on mental health struggles, depicting isolation and reconnecting with lost connections through dreams. The song’s shimmering verses contrast with its maximalist, shoegaze-tinged chorus, expressing anger and disillusionment.

-Laury Verdoux


Lenox Hills- “Fever Dream” The Mullin brothers really hit the nail on the head with this one, capturing the highs and lows of love in a way that feels real and raw. You can feel the rush of excitement and the sting of heartache with every lyric. “Fever Dream” is a mood – one that’s sure to strike a chord with anyone who’s ever been swept up in the craziness of romance.

-Kobe Henderson


Hear the rest of the staff picks on the playlist!


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