The list of songs as of 15th July 2022 is rather compact. I open with a very interesting British pop act and give you a nice overview of rock and pop tracks. There is even one act which you might rather expect in country music. Hope you like these Songs of the Week.
Dylan – Girl of Your Dreams
The list of song this week is lead by British artist Natasha Woods – better known as Dylan. The young singer has already been touring with Ed Sheeran and has over 150k followers on Instagram – Girl of Your Dreams is a perfect illustration that all these people are perfectly right.
Demi Lovato – Substance
I had Demi Lovato in a mid-June edition of the Songs of the Week already, now Demi is back with Substance. Very energetic and self-confident sound.
The Mysterines – All These Things
The Liverpool band The Mysterines released this single during the week. It has already been part of their debut album Reeling. Very nice listen.
Beartooth – Riptide
Back to the USA: Riptide from Columbus are doing a mixture of hardcore punk and metalcore. Riptide is a rocking, but still very melodic track. One of my favorites this week.
Skid Row – Tear It Down
Do I need to say anything about these New Jersey guys? Great to hear that there will be a new album in mid October. Tear It Down definitely leads to an enjoyable waiting before The Gang’s All Here will finally be available.
Antitype – Freaking Me Out
Alternaitve rock from Mannheim in Germany: Freaking Me Out is a song, which stays in your mind. Really nice new release by the quartet.
Tom Grennan – All These Nights
Tom Grennan has grown quite a lot of popularity. He already lead the album charts in his home country Great Britain and is nominated for two Brit Awards. However, he is more and more an international success: he recently received a golden record in Germany as well. This song is a nice candidate for some additional success.
Drei Meter Feldweg – Eine Lovestory
In May 2022, my edition of the Songs of the Week already featured a song of this band, Unten am Strand. Now the German punk rocker attracted my attention again – with “A Love Story”. I want more.
CoppiCat – Nächte
Just about a month until CoppiCat is releasing his debut album. Nächte describes a night in Berlin. Very nice, modern German rock-pop.
David Hasselhoff feat. Matthias Reim – Damnit, I Love You (Verdammt, ich lieb’ Dich)
70 years of “The Hoff”. In fact, David Hasselhoff has released the English version of Matthias Reim’s schlager classic on his September album already. Now, the two guys do it together. We love both artists over here in Germany!
Stephan Hollstein feat. Sonderling – Und ich wollte noch fliegen
“And I still wanted to fly” – songs iike this of course attract my aviation heart. Stephan Hollstein gave me an easy choice to put him into this list of songs, though. Very well-written, straight song with a very characteristic voice.
Six One Five Collective – Blinding Lights
A new project featuring Sarah Darling. The Six One Five Collective cover Blinding Lights. A really interesting, vocal-centric project, which also includes Nicole Witt, Michael Logan and Jamie Floyd.
The BossHoss – Dance The Boogie
The BossHoss are typically known for country-rock alike party tracks – Dance The Boogie does not feel country at all, though. Thus, they make it to the Songs of the Week and my non-country playlist.
Jugende, ATN & Fake ID – Your Ocean
Unfortunately, I could not finde too much about Jugende, who already had a huge social media hit with New Days. I really love this collaboration.
MYLE – Mutual
Myle is a German-US-American artist. His mother is from New York, his father from Southern Germany. I feel, he rather sounds North American – but more than that, Mutual is a really nice, modern listen.
P!nk – Irrelevant
Another big name of the music business. The last song of this week’s selection is the new single by P!nk. A typical P!nk track – not only her fans will love it.
Songs of The Week – The Playlist
You may also listen to my Songs Of The Week and songs selected in some of the previous weeks on this Spotify playlist:
Free Entry Museums / Exhibitions in Germany
Here is a list of a museums & exhibitions I visited in Germany, which don’t charge admission:
Here are all my postings about all kinds of Factory Tours: