Lido‘s rendition of Bill Withers’s timeless ballad, “Ain’t No Sunshine” is a heat brush with daylight you received’t dare deplore—irrespective of how nasty the hangover this Sunday. The Norwegian experimentalist’s raindrop plucks and redemptive synth stabs effortlessly usher in residual weekend splendor.
This wavy Beach House B-side is a Sunday morning should. Victoria Legrand is right here to sagely remind us to search out “perfection within the accident,” with hazy, rolling chord development and vapory vocals for the final word Sunday subterfuge.
This velvety Future Classic Chrome Sparks providing, “The Meaning Of Love” is a like quixotic journey by means of essentially the most scrumptious technicolor clouds. Sparks’s cosmic analog synths furrow and float atop lush, deliberate percussion as our worries of the week start to dissipate.
The sultan of sampling, aka Pretty Lights, has the elegant synth loops to rectify your most raucous interior voices. Borrowing from a sultry ’70s soul monitor from La’Fez, Pretty Lights conceives a celestial requiem to your weekend.
From their most up-to-date album, Phantogram‘s “Cruel World” is the perfect vessel for vanquishing Sunday stress of essentially the most pesky existential selection. As the band’s frontwoman, Sarah Barthel, so starkly factors out, life might be fairly cacophonous; however with a spectral duo like them round, your Sunday playlist doesn’t must be.