For this week’s Five On Friday, we have a playlist curated by Seattle singer-songwriter Kat Alexandra. We’re excited to bring her choices to you.
You can check out her Spotify playlist and insight behind her choices below!
Daylily by Movements
Movement’s new record, “Feel Something,” is my favorite album of the year so far. This song is really sweet and I love that Pat wrote this for his girlfriend in hopes that she would have the good days, “pink cloud days,” out number the bad days. I think it’s something we can all hope for.
The Sound by Noah Gundersen
Noah has been one of my biggest inspirations since I started writing music myself. His honest lyrics hit the hardest in this song, along with the catchiness of the chorus and overall reverb happening.
Scott Street by Phoebe Bridgers
Hearing Phoebe play this song live gave me goose bumps. The softness of her voice, and the nostalgic lyrics hits home for the current season in my life. Lot’s of change, memories, and looking back on relationships. I love love love the ending instrumental section, makes me feel like I’m walking through a movie.
Big Blue Eyes by Noah de Leon
Don’t sleep on this musician. From the deep vocal tone, to the dream pop vibes, this song makes for good late night drives leading into bright, colorful sun rises.
Prehistoric by Now, Now
This is a classic Now, Now song from five-ish years ago, and they are making a come back. Groovy, reverb, layers, and KC’s dream like voice, capture your attention and make you want to close your eyes and get lost in everything going on