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2020 THROUGH SONGS

2020 Through Songs

 It sure has been a different year, but music has been there to make us feel better
This is our tribute to 2020 through songs

 

JANUARY

Mac Miller, Good News

We welcomed 2020 with the first single from the rapper’s posthumous album, Circles.

A magical way to start the year.

 

 

MARCH

Dua Lipa, Break My Heart

Yes, Dua Lipa and her album Future Nostalgia saved our quarantine.

Crazy 80’s energy to dance all over our rooms!

 

 

MAY

Harry Styles, Watermelon Sugar

Although this Summer felt different,

Watermelon Sugar had all the ingredients for a refreshing trip to the beach.

Thank you for all the fun, Harry!

 

 

JUNE

Bob Dylan, False Prophet

 In June, Bob Dylan released his 39th album, Rough and Rowdy Ways

(his first full-length album in eight years).

What a pleasant surprise, Mr. Dylan.

 

JULY

Taylor Swift, Cardigan

Swift surprised everyone with her new sweater-weather album, Folklore.

We love how she went to a more indie style!

Cozy and precious songs to warm up every soul.

 

 

NOVEMBER

Billie Eilish, Therefore I Am

Billie’s energy lifted our spirits during the last months of the year.

Her songs always give the creative impulse we need, right?

 

 

DECEMBER

Paul McCartney, McCartney III

Finally! The last part of the McCartney album trilogy, following McCartney (1970) and McCartney II (1980).

We are grateful we can say goodbye to 2020 with such special songs!

 

 

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