Melodic Music Monday: June 24

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

YUNGBLUD, “breakdown.” – In an industry where authenticity feels like a rare gem, YUNGBLUD is a beacon of light. The singer is known for blending elements of punk rock, pop, hip hop and alternative sounds that mirror the complexity of today’s youth culture. His music continues to transcend any genre of music and that’s no different for his new single “breakdown.” It is one of those songs that reminds us we all have a purpose in this life and that we all have greatness inside of us. 

– Reagan Denning

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Gracie Abrams, “Blowing Smoke” – Abrams is bitter, heartbroken and emotional in “Blowing Smoke.” Even when she tries to move on in the previous track, she struggles with her ex moving on and becomes increasingly insecure and curious about the new relationship. She sings, “If she’s got a pulse, she meets your standards now?”

– Clare Gehlich

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Summer Salt, “Take Carra Me” – Texas-based indie rock band Summer Salt’s latest single “Take Carra Me” combines the retro sounds of summer with contemporary production to create an easy, breezy summer anthem. An electronic-sounding drum opens the song before well-rounded instrumentation fills in the empty space, including soft percussion, slick guitar and vocal layering. 

– Avery Heeringa

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All To Get Her, “Golden” – After a successful couple of years, Zurich-based band All To Get Her puts out their newest single. “Golden” focuses on the band itself, and how they’ve grown in their sound and come into their own over these past couple of years. On top of this, they’ve also achieved success on their debut record Cheesecakes and Earthquakes. This song focuses on how through all of this success, they’ve proven everyone that second-guessed them wrong. 

– James Wieners

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Marla Lewis, “Te Quiero a Ti” – New Jersey’s own Marla Lewis dazzles once again with her latest single, “Te Quiero a Ti.” This enchanting track, available in both Spanish and English, melds Marla’s sublime bossa nova-inspired vocals with a lush and sophisticated arrangement of flute, piano, acoustic bass, electric guitar, drums, and backing vocals. The result? Pure musical magic that captures the essence of romance and vulnerability.

– Sarah Wagner

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Hear the rest of the staff picks on this playlist!

Melodic Music Monday 6/24:
YUNGBLUD- “breakdown.”
Summer Salt- “Take Carra Me”
St. Lundi- “Say So”
Gracie Abrams- “Blowing Smoke”
Kehlani- “After Hours”
Estella Dawn- “514 Denim”
The Story So Far- “Keep You Around”
Deb Fan- “Closer to Hell”
Gianni- “TEMPORARY LOVE”
All to Get Her- “Golden”
Bryce Fox- “Shadows”
LAUREL- “Coming Back for More”
Hippo Campus- “Tooth Fairy”
Fontaines D.C.- “Favourite”
Orion Sun- “Already Gone”
Julia Adrian- “almost but not quite”
Yuat- “drive alone”
Bilmuri, Knox- “2016 CAVALIERS”
Lenox Hills- “Lights Off”
RÜFÜS DU SOL- “Music is Better”
Glass Animals- “A Tear in Space (Airlock)”
Kali Uchis- “Never Be Yours”
Suki Waterhouse- “Supersad”
Michael Marcagi- “Tear it all Apart”
Quinn XCII- “Melt”
UPSAHL- “Summer so hot”
ROLE MODEL- “Look At That Woman”
Beach Bunny- “Vertigo”
Marla Lewis- “Te Quiero a Ti”
The Japanese House- “:)”

Ashley Robinson
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Ashley Robinson is a summer journalism intern at Melodic Mag. She is a full-time student at George Washington University, where she is majoring in journalism with a minor in marketing. At GW, she is an anchor of GW-TV's broadcast sports show, "Unstoppable", a sports photographer, a camera operator for ESPN+, and a member of the varsity cross country and track teams.

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