Alt/indie rock band Stop Light Observations shares what they're listening to.
Post-long weekend Mondays are tough. Post-Thanksgiving Mondays are tougher. Pack your leftover Turkey sandwich and tune in because Alt/Indie rock band Stop Light Observations has curated a playlist to get you through the work week. Stop Light Observations formed in 2013 releasing their debut album Radiation. Having a jump in success going from underground and unknown to playing festivals like Bonnaroo and cultivating a following in the South and beyond. They just recently released "Vol.1" and a new music video for their song "Coyote." Check them out here.
Listen to "Vol 1." here.
Watch "Coyote" here.
The music video seems very real and organic. It reminds you of fall nights, friends, and bonfires. Stop Light Observations' Will Blackburn has curated a post-Thanksgiving playlist just for Popdust readers with some special liner notes.
Listen to their playlist here.
Here's what Will Blackburn has to say about his post-Thanksgiving playlist. Let us know what you think @popdust on Twitter.
Salad Days | Mac Demarco
The quintessential happy Monday's Sound.
Waves | Miguel, Tame Impala
A personal favorite right now, tame impala gave a new life to this Miguel's famed track.
Get you | Daniel Caesar, Kali Uchis
A smash from the new Daniel Caesar album.
Starlite | NxWorries
Gritty and saturated vocals from the start, harmonies delight throughout.
Dunes | Alabama Shakes
A beachy number that reminds you, when you are lost keep going. Tuesday always comes.
Chamber of reflection | Mac Demarco
Reminds me of the wet and Smokey Sound childish always finds while still keeping that Erie vocal style Demarco flaunts. Stylish track always.
Tap water drinking | Lewis Del Mar
A good into into louis Del Mar, the standout freshest alt folktronica band in recent memory.
Islands | Lewis Del Mar
More beauty from LDM on this one. A deeper cut but none the less a vibe worth having.
Mad | Solange, Lil Wayne
Monday's suck let's not forget. Solange expresses her inner struggle as a black woman in America today. Message driven and catchy AF.
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