December feels like forever away already. Christmas flew by and were already nearly way into January, its crazy.
Of course for the majority of December, I spent my time listening to the Christmas playlist I created. So festive! But, a few songs did take my fancy in the past month and as always, I’m going to share them with you.
You may have seen my review of Eminem’s new album last month. I have chosen my two favourite songs from this album to include in the playlist. Of course, River was one of them. Ed is my absolute favourite artist and always will be. I just pray this song doesn’t get over-played. Heat is another one of my favourites because of the ridiculous lyrics and up-beat track. It just makes me laugh.
I’ve been loving Naked by James Arthur lately and I have been regretting not getting tickets to see him live again. I love his voice.
I can’t say I was a huge fan of Taylor Swift’s new album but Gorgeous is really catchy and I’ve been listening to it a lot recently.
Although I badly wanted Grace Davies to win X Factor last year, Rak-Su are amazing and their music makes me so happy. Dimelo has been my dance track lately. But, if Grace’s song Roots was on Spotify, trust me it’d be in this playlist.
Liam, who I can now call my boyfriend, first played Sippy Cup to me and I thought it was weird but it has grown on me and I’m now in love with it. However, I’m not entirely sure how I feel about Melanie herself.
I’m not entirely sure how Gives You Hell made itself onto here. I must have heard it somewhere, possibly on the radio, but I spent a whole day at work singing it over and over in my head. It’s a pretty great song.
I’m severely unhappy that The Streets is on this playlist. Liam constantly plays them in the car and I have been hating them and forcing myself to hate them for months. But, I regret to say The Irony of It All has caught my attention and I kind of like the way the song is told. I’ll just leave that there and we’ll never speak of it again…
If they end up in next months playlist, can someone organize an intervention? Thanks.
Home is an obvious one for this playlist. I was at the place I call home for three weeks and I was gutted to have to leave my family.
Finally, Young Dumb & Broke is catchy and chill and a fabulous song to listen to in the car. I’m a big fan.