5 Songs To Have To Listen To If You Are Going To Forbidden Fruit

5 Songs To Have To Listen To If You Are Going To Forbidden Fruit
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27 Nov 2017

Undecided as to whether or not to go to Forbidden Fruit next year? These songs will help you make up your mind!

Thundercat – Them Changes

Thundercat is a multi-genre bass guitarist, producer and singer who has worked with artists like Kendrick Lamar, Kamasi Washington, Flying Lotus, Erykah Badu and Mac Miller. Them Changes is a funky bass driven Contemporary R&B song with a feature from the great Kamasi Washington on saxophone.

The War on Drugs – Holding On

The War on Drugs is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia. Holding on is from their album A Deeper Understanding. They have a melodic sense and lyrical perspective that recalls Bob Dylan. The band’s lead singer Adam Granduciel also resembles Bruce Springsteen.

Grizzly Bear – Two Weeks

Grizzly Bear is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York. The band employs traditional and electronic instruments in their music. Grizzly Bear stay true to rock however they’re not afraid to make up-beat, pretty songs like Two Weeks. This bravery to stray from their comfort zone has paid off because Two Weeks is by far their biggest song with almost 70 streams on Spotify.

Warpaint – Love is to Die

Warpaint is an American indie rock band from Los Angeles, California. Love is to Die blew up on all streaming services when it was featured on a recent ad for Calvin Klein. The song is undoubtedly sexy and reflects Warpaint’s sound perfectly.

Spoon – Inside Out

Spoon is an American rock band formed in Austin, Texas. Spoon’s musical style ranges from indie rock to indie rock to experimental. Inside Out is the highlight of their album They Want My Soul. It is dreamy and blends Britt Daniel’s falsetto voice and shimmering swells of synth, beautifully.

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