The first one is new Miley Cyrus song "We Can't Stop". There's been a lot of hype about this song recently, so if you still haven't listened to it, do it now! It's a perfect song for driving with your windows down on a hot summer day. There's something about this song that makes me feel like I'm in California having the time of my life. I have to admit, I was a litte bit scared of this song since Miley announced a change of music direction, but this is not the direction I was afraid of. This is the direction I was hoping for!
The second song of the week is "Let Her Go" by Passenger. I have to admit that the oryginal version wasn't the first one I listened to, it was The Vamps' cover. Another thing is that I haven't fallen for it instantly, I guess my brain had to take the time to process and when it finished I was all deeply and completely in love with it.
Next on the list is "Really Don't Care" by Demi Lovato and Cher Lloyd. When I heard that Demi and Cher were making a song together, I knew I was gonna love it. It is definitely my favourite song from Demi's new album (which would by the way be on my "albums of the year" list). This song is a perfect break-up song for singing with your best friend during a summer road trip.
Moving forward, next song is "I Won't Let You Go" by James Morrison. It's relatively old song comparing to these presented above but I only found out about it three days ago as I was driving with a friend. James' voice has always been one of my favourite male voices and I have no idea how come I've never came across this song. Slow ballads with emotionally powerful chorus are what I like the most so this song is exactly what my "favourite songs" list should include.
Last but not least - "On My Own" by Samantha Barks from musical Les Misérables. I have seen Les Mis couple months ago and even though I had known this song earlier in Glee version by Rachel Berry, I didn't realise how amazing it is. And now I'm terribly sorry it took me so long to realise that because I feel like I've lost couple of months of singing along to it at the top of my lungs while being home alone.