Weekly Roundup: May 13


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:

Alexander Stewart “blame’s on me”Emotions ebb and flow, but they all pull at heartstrings nonetheless, leaving you feeling pained and frustrated, as if you’re bleeding. It’s the pain that sprouts from Canadian singer-songwriter Alexander Stewart’s emotional reckonings, making the aftermath sting that much more. “blame’s on me” dives into self-reflection on the aftermath of a relationship. Stewart explores the acceptance of heartbreak and the bittersweetness that comes with seeking closure and peace. Stewart admits his own faults for the ending of the relationship in “blame’s on me.” Realizing you were also in the wrong is never easy; it means taking responsibility for how things played out, and Stewart must come to terms with his wrongdoings.

-Clare Gehlich


The Story So Far “All This Time”California pop punkers The Story So Far released their newest single “All This Time” last week. While their last few releases have been a bit softer than their typical style, this dynamic track will stand out to longtime fans of the band. It will also be the opener of their upcoming album I Want To Disappear, due out June 21 via Pure Noise Records.

-Brittany Muldoon


The Two Romans “Underdogs”With a alternative rock meets indie pop vibe The Two Romans also add a nice dash of theatrics to the mix, their unique sound, and energy is destined to be a household name. With incredible vocals and raise your fist type of vibe “Underdogs” can relate with anyone who as felt bullied, left out, or less than, showing us that you will overcome, and being a “underdog” isn’t always a bad thing. With more expected in the upcoming months from The Two Romans click the links below to stay up to date with whats next.

-Brittany Nicholson


Caleb Hearn “Klonopin”Caleb Hearn’s newest track, “Klonopin,” was released alongside a music video. While Hearn collaborated earlier this year with New York-based singer-songwriter ROSIE for the single “A Little Bit Better” – a raw and poetic track that opens up about living a life with mental health struggles – “Klonopin” marks the first time that Hearn is turning the focus on himself. The single travels down a darker and more personal path as the star expresses his own struggle with anxiety – something that he’s been hesitant to talk about until now.

-Justice Petersen


Hear the rest of the staff picks on the playlist!

Weekly Roundup 5/13
Post Malone ft Morgan Wallen “I Had Some Help”
Alexander Stewart “blame’s on me”
beabadoobee “Take A Bite”
Charli XCX “360”
Iann Diorr “Edge of Tomorrow”
Kings of Leon “Nowhere to Run”
Orville Peck & Noah Cyrus “How Far Will We Take It”
Stand Atlantic “Love U Anyway”
Alec Benjamin “Different Kind of Beautiful”
The Story So Far “All This Time”
Caleb Hearn “Klonopin”
JustJoshua. “Mountain”
MarMar “Imposter (feat. Becca Krueger)”
Chloe DeMore “Side Effects”
Indiana Pickle Farm “Eighteen”
Corella “I Didn’t Know Your Name”
The Hold Fast “Let’s Burn It Down (And Start Again)”
MIIS “Rollercoaster”
Christine Ekeberg “Kids In Love”
sunkis “All For You”
Moonroof “Bad For Me”
Bradley Simpson “Picasso”
Born Runner “Feel It Coming”
The Two Romans “Underdogs”
Deap Vally “It’s My World”
Lenox Hills “Kalamazoo”

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