Sunday Serenade: Black Match, Alannah Myles, and more!

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…

“Home” by Hinder — Just a happy, warm track with these uplifting trumpets during the chorus. Perfect for almost any occasion.

“Same Old Things” by Black Match — I enjoy exploring music outside of the limited popular channels, so I subscribe to a lot of indie stations on YouTube for just this kind of song.

“The Shovel” by Bonefield — This is one of those gritty working man songs, almost a chant in which you can feel the people digging as they sing. It’s rather excellent.

“Who Loves You” by Alannah Myles — Gotta love those ’80s songs where the singer is suuuuper quiet for the first part and then explodes for the chorus. At least I love it.

“Hideaway” by Dan Owen — The beat and the grit of this song speak to me. It’s one of those that by the end, you’re crooning along at the top of your lungs.

“Dela” by Johnny Clegg — This song’s always put me in a great mood, even though it’s been years since I’ve heard it.

“Freedom Hymn” by Austin French — I hold Christian entertainment and art to the same standard I do all others, which is that it actually has to be good. This? This is good.

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