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Tanisha Khan | February 27, 2022

Welcome to The Fodder Blog’s new weekly segment ‘Weekly Top 10’, where our lovely team of writers share their top song picks for that week. If you’re in need of brand-new, spirited additions to your tumbleweed-ridden playlists, you’re in the right place! 

For the week ending February 20, Tanisha Khan has ten new additions to round out the month of February.

Troye Sivan (feat. Gordi) — ‘Wait’

Released on: February 24

It’s always a good time to release new music when you need some publicity. This seems to be pretty accurate for Sivan who’s been releasing songs from his upcoming movie Three Months. Definitely getting the hype up!

Sticky Fingers — ‘Love Song’

Released on: February 23

Aussie favourite indie band Sticky Fingers released their single ‘Love Song’ this week. This song is an absolute banger for your soul. With Dylan’s emotion, Seamus’s minimalist melodic solo, Paddy, and Beaker’s punchy vocals, and percussion matched with Freddy’s hidden but necessary colour, these boys are yet to disappoint.

Sticky Fingers — ‘Multiple Facets of the Same Diamond’

Released on: February 23

Yes. Another Sticky Fingers song. Their mellow and harmonious tune has earned them two spots on this week’s Top 10. The mesmerising visuals for this video have dedicated fans and casual listeners alike hitting it on replay.

Mura Masa (feat. Lil Uzi Vert, PinkPantheress, Shygirl) – ‘bbycakes’

Released on: February 23

This song is a wonderful blend of all the artist’s strong suits. Mura Masa, one of the strongest producers in the electronic music game right now, has certainly assembled a near-perfect roster of musicians to bring ‘bbycakes”s soft, bubble energy to life: Shygirl’s soft voice compliments the PinkPantheress melody, and Lil Uzi Vert makes versatility sound and look so easy.

STAYC – ‘RUN2U’

Released on: February 21

RUN2U was released on International Mother Language Day. What better day to celebrate music from other languages and cultures? STAYC is an acronym for Star to a Young Culture, an up-and-coming South Korean girl group formed by High Up Entertainment. 

Florence + The Machine – ‘King’

Released on: February 24

This English indie pop band fronted by Florence Welch began producing music back in 2007, gaining traction with twee ukulele single ‘Dog Days Are Over’. 14 years later and they’re still coming out with absolute bangers, remaining one of the most popular indie pop bands. ‘King’ is trending #25 music on YouTube and is #15 on the iTunes Top 100 Songs Chart. 

Regina Spektor – ‘Becoming All Alone’

Released on: February 23

Spektor has a warm voice, like a familiar friend calling to you. Her songs bring a feeling of comfort. This is the first of her tracks from her upcoming album ‘Home, Before and After’ set for release on June 24th, 2022. 

SASAMI – ‘Make It Right’

Released on: February 22

SASAMI’s new album dropped on the 25th! 3 days prior to its release, she dropped a music video of one of the tracks. SASAMI’s music and video come together to tell a story about a girl on her journey to “make things right.” The video has a sharp and textured aesthetic, befitting of its lyrics.

Lil Durk – ‘AHHH HA’

Released on: February 22

Lil Durk is known for his versatile voice, and the flow switches in this track are silky smooth. This upbeat and energetic rap is guaranteed to hype listeners up. ‘AHHH HA’ blew up within just 3 days of its release, having surpassed 7 million views! 

Avril Lavigne (feat. Machine Gun Kelly) — ‘Bois Lie’

Released on: February 25

This is a classic Avril Lavigne pop-punk number, after her brief exploration of mainstream pop in the early 2010s. Like most of Lavigne’s songs, it leaves you feeling like an angsty teenager. MGK’s addition feels like a match made in heaven—his voice fits Avril’s upbeat music style like a glove. 

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