#MusicMonday - #035 → Haim Haim

#Musicmonday – #035

OF course I’m biased, but I have to say there’s a pretty slick line up of tunes all ready to go for you this week – kicking off with a great new track from “Haim” & tailing off with the latest cover by cult YouTube band “Boyce Avenue”.

1. “Falling” – Haim

LOS ANGELES, USA

The talented Californian “Haim” sisters have been releasing quality tracks since they arrived on the scene last year and their latest track “Falling” is a cracker. Check it out!


2. “Entertainment” – Phoenix

PARIS, FRANCE

My favourite Parisian outfit, “Phoenix” have returned to the spotlight with an oriental tinged, yet distinctively Phoenix-esque sounding track called “Entertainment”.


3. “Metal & Dust” – London Grammar

LONDON, UK

This is the second great track from “London Grammar”, a talented trio (from where else but London, UK) to be included on #MusicMonday. The good stuff keeps coming!


4. “Gonna Make It” – Vydamo

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

Let’s face it, this fun, Aussie, piano-driven ditty ain’t gonna win any awards based on its lyrical merits, but I’m willing to bet it’ll get your toes tapping, that’s for sure!


5. “Use Somebody (Kings of Leon cover)” – Boyce Avenue (ft. Hannah Trigwell)

SARATOSA, USA

If you’re a regular YouTube viewer, then chances are you’ve heard of “Boyce Avenue” – a super talented band who have a real flair for producing amazing covers. In their latest foray they have teamed up with my Internet crush, “Hannah Trigwell” to record a beautifully harmonised version of Kings of Leon’s “Use Somebody”.


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 Image credits: Background image by Thomas Hawk (Flickr).

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