Time for another Sunday morning dose of random songs that I’ve been listening to this past week! Welcome to Sunday Serenade — now let’s crank the jams up with…
“Trampled Flowers” by Willa Amai — A soulfelt anthem about love and loss (mostly the loss part). I especially like the lyrics with this one. It’s very well-written.
“Echoes in Rain” by Enya — I was weirdly into Enya in college, mostly because I felt her music triggered the imagination and set moods in all sorts of interesting ways. This song sounds so much like her old, classic stuff that I’m very glad to see she’s still pumping it out.
“Holders of Power” from Ys 1 & 2 — An amazing boss (?) theme with a frantic guitar and a riff you want to surf from the start to the end. Had to listen to this again immediately when it ended the first time.
“Zombies Want Your Candy” by Parry Gripp — Not as catchy as some of his other tunes, but the hilarious lyrics more than make up for it.
“Amazing” by Inna — I like the poppy sound to this. Like a lot of dance, its lyrics are very shallow and nonsensical, but it has me tilting my head back and forth, so that’s enough for shallow enjoyment.
“Pursuit” from Ace Attorney Investigations Miles Edgeworth — I’m not a fan of how long that title is, but it’s worth typing for how amazing this track is. The fast beat and catchy tune took me off-guard and had me quickly rewinding for another go.
“Ending Staff Roll” from Night Trap — A super dorky, super cringy, and somewhat lovable end credits song from the infamous Night Trap. I dare you to listen to this and not be singing “NIGHT TRAP!” by about midway through.