Music is the universal language of humanity. Listening to music can boost your serotonin even if the tune is in another language. With the spring breeze hitting the western hemisphere, here are six songs to add to your playlist this season.
“Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles
This famous song was composed by George Harrison, the lead guitarist of the Beatles. Harrison was inspired to write this to showcase the optimism that comes from the long winters in England. The song uplifts anyone listening by reminding them that the sun is coming.
“Awesome Breeze” by NC.A
With the Hallyu wave gaining momentum, this song will feed your k-pop addiction. “Awesome Breeze” is a gentle tune about first love and how it comes and goes. This song gives a nostalgic feeling and warms you up like the first breeze of spring.
“Girasoles” by Rozalén
“Girasoles,” meaning sunflower in Spanish, is an upbeat song that energizes anyone listening and provides a source of happiness. Even the music video is full of life with people laughing, dancing, and having a great time.
“Nơi Này Có Anh” by Sơn Tùng M-TP
Sơn Tùng M-TP brings a love song that conveys the in-depth feeling of love through the changing seasons. This R&B song will bring you to a euphoric state while giving you a sense of comfort.
“Ce Matin-Là” by Air
Air is a French duo from Versailles, most notable for bringing the “French Touch” sound to American mainstream music. “Ce Matin-Là” is an easy-going instrumental that combines different instruments to give a free-flowing sensation.
“Niji” by Aqua Timez
“Niji” in Japanese means rainbow. This song by Aqua Timez talks about always looking up at the sky, and no matter how difficult things get, there will always be a rainbow at the end. The lyrics of “Niji” are carefully crafted and speak to those going through difficult times.
—By Thy X. Phan