By Zach Hester
Every month, LONGSHOT delivers a post about the best songs of that month. March’s list includes plenty of hits from artists like Solange and Sigrid to the anti-pop pop star, Billie Eilish. Check them all out below ⬇️
Down with the Clique, Solange
“Down with the Clique” is my personal favorite track from Solange’s psychedelic When I Get Home with its broken, simple lyrics set against complicated layers of big production.
Mine Right Now, Sigrid
Sigrid’s “Mine Right Now” hails from the Norwegian-born rising star’s debut album Sucker Punch and will be stuck in your head from the moment it begins.
Bad Guy, Billie Eilish
Many songs on Billie Eilish’s debut record will make you worry that your speakers may burst if you jam out too hard, none of them more than her new single “bad guy.”
Dogwood, Jenny Lewis
The majority of Jenny Lewis’ latest record is a gut punch, but none more than “Dogwood”, a lazy groove about love that fits perfectly as a slow song at a school dance.
Sucker, The Jonas Brothers
The JoBros are back. That’s all I’ve got to say.
Style, Foster The People
Foster The People show up again with “Style”, the latest diabolic anthem from *hopefully* a new album.
Patience, Tame Impala
Tame Impala is back ahead of headlining several festivals this summer with “Patience.”
Sunflower, Vampire Weekend ft. Steve Lacy
The second monthly two song drop (that’s a mouthful) from Vampire Weekend’s new album included the band’s first feature from Steve Lacy on the beautiful “Sunflower.”
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