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Summer Playlist

The sun has been shinning here a lot lately so I put together a summer playlist on Spotify. It's likely to evolve over the course of the next few months as these things do! If you're on Spotify check it out here other wise the track listing is below...

For Alexa
Found on Pinterest - let me know if you know the original source

  1. Breaker, Breaker, Peter Bjorn & John
  2. The Bike Song, Mark Ronson & The Business International
  3. Don't Say Oh Well, Grouplove
  4. Run Run, Those Dancing Days
  5. The Polaroid Song, Allo, Darlin'
  6. Lets Go Surfing, The Drums
  7. Radar Detector, Darwin Deez
  8. Blue Skies, Noah and The Whale
  9. Do As I Say Not As I Do, Ed Harcourt
  10. Zorbing, Stornoway
  11. Moth's Wings, Passion Pit
  12. Everything Goes My Way, Metronomy
  13. Summer Hits or J+J Don't Like, Mazes
  14. Marathon, Tennis
  15. Eyes, Peter Bjorn & John
  16. Big Wave, Jenny and Johnny
  17. I Really Need Love, The Bees
  18. In The Sun, She & Him
  19. Relator, Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson
  20. Slaveship, Josh Rouse
  21. Cover Rights, Eux Autres
  22. La La La, The Bird and The Bee
  23. The Summer, Coconut Records
  24. Electric Twist, A Fine Frenzy
  25. East Van Girls, Shimmering Stars
  26. Dig A Little Deeper, Peter Bjorn & John
  27. Toothpaste Kisses, The Maccabees

What have you been listening to lately?

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