Work a little less, play a little more – Florida Georgia Line; SunDaze
Yes, playlist #15 is here and it’s Sundaze! This is the first in a series of wall-to-wall sunshine playlists up for the choosing, and it’s a thirteen-song summer party. It’s so hard to narrow down a trio of highlights from this list, but I’ll do my best for you.
First up: Love Someone. Far be it from me to curate a playlist without Brett Eldredge! This is my favourite Eldredge song, although it faces some stiff competition from the rest of his catalogue, and it’s a fantastic sing-along anthem. He even made a music video featuring his gorgeous pup, Edgar!
My next highlight is Good Lovin’. It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of everything Jess Moskaluke touches, and this classic of hers is no exception. This song’s message – good lovin’ costs nothing – feels especially important right now in the face of a global pandemic and its ramifications on so many industries – you don’t need to spend up to have a great time.
My final highlight – and the hardest to choose, because it’s a three-way tie if I’m honest – is Girl On The Coast. I loved this the moment I heard it. Jessie James Decker is one of my favourite artists and I’m on a mission to share her music with everyone because I firmly believe she deserves far more recognition. This is just so summery and fun, it sounds like a beach and you can smell the cocktails from the first few notes.
Shout out to It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere – one of my all-time favourite songs – and Get Your Buzz On for being the other songs in the tie for this week’s third highlight; The Cadillac Three always bring the party!
This was an absolute blast to put together – and there were so many great songs, I had to split it into several summery playlists! They’ll all be compiled into one ‘best of’ playlist when they’re selected, so don’t forget to follow us on Spotify to keep up to date!
As always, I love to hear your thoughts. Let me know what songs you would’ve added, and let me know YOUR highlights from this list! Find me on social media and leave a comment somewhere. You can also suggest your own themes for a future playlist here!