Sounds COOL(S): Songs For The Broken-Hearted, But Not Broken-Spirited

You’re over your Spotify mixes, your YouTube playlists are becoming repetitive, and wading through your muso friend’s ever-pretentious song suggestions is less appealing than listening to Nickelback’s “Photograph” on repeat for the rest of time. We get it. To relieve your decision fatigue, we’ve asked the hottest rising artists to compile their favorite tracks of the minute.

Here, Slenderbodies shares the songs you need the next time you’re ready to wallow. 


1. Slenderbodies, “Belong”

Having a sense of belonging in society, relationships, friendships, and within yourself is one if the key aspects of feeling content. Embrace your surroundings, find your tribe!



2. Júníus Meyvant, “Neon Experience”

Junius has such a unique texture to his voice, and he isn’t afraid to hide it. This is deeply moving, both physically and emotionally.



3. Braxton Cook/Hablot Brown, “Wish You Well”

People grow apart, and finding positive ways to relinquish connections is a powerful emotional skillset! This bop touches on that topic wonderfully.



4. Kid Bloom, “A Different State of Mind”

The perfect PCH driving song. Enough said.



5. Rhye, “Green Eyes”



Rhye has been one of our biggest inspirations—the way he layers harmony and texture so effortlessly blows our minds.



6. The Marías & Triathalon, “Drip”

An epic collaboration! We love what The Marías are doing.



7. Boy Pablo, “Feeling lonely”

Loneliness is a deeply universal feeling! You are not alone! Talk to others, there is support in numbers.



8. HOMESHAKE,  “[Secret Track]”

HOMESHAKE is a gem in the indie realm. This whole album is a wonderful journey all while hanging out at home.



9. Boy Willows, “Lunette”

One of our favorite songs of the year to date, and an absolute repeat-magnet. Go explore nature with this song, you might have some epiphanies.



10. Jungle, “Cherry”

Dance along to the amazing choreographers in the video of this one, as well as with any Jungle song.


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