Humble And Kind.

When I heard this song for the first time the other day, it had me in tears. Not only do the lyrics serve as a brilliant reminder to treat people well (something I know I’m guilty of not always doing) and to always strive to be the best version of yourself that you can be, but Tim’s voice is something else. His deep, husky tone sends chills down your spine and it really feels like these are words he is saying from the bottom of his heart – you can even imagine the words of the song being what he tells his children from time to time. This song is perfect if you’re in a reflective mood or feel like you could do with a pep talk.

Happy Sunday.

alice

xo

Hell On Heels.

This has been one of my favourite country songs for a few years now. Although it’s slow, kind of heavy and a little dark at times, I still find the song to be fun, badass (it makes me feel bad… in a good way 😉 ) and extremely addictive; and I regularly get it stuck in my head. Case in point, I randomly found myself humming this song a few weeks ago which then lead to me listening to it on repeat for about four hours – I kid you not. Today happens to be another day where I’ve found myself singing the chorus and heading over to iTunes to listen to it.

It’s been a few years since the Pistol Annies released any new music, but I’m hoping they’ll have a comeback soon. Give the song a listen. Happy Sunday.

alice

xo

You Look Like Rain.

Woo another Luke Bryan song! As much as I love those up-beat, fast-paced country songs, every once in a while it’s nice to listen to something slow, heart-warming and sincere sung in a deep husky voice. I think it’s fair to say that Luke’s slow songs are some of the best in country, and this cute song is definitely up there with the best of them. It’s also so great knowing that even though he loves a good party, Luke also knows how to wind it down to create something new. This song is a nice departure from all the fun we’ve been having for our last few Sunday Soundtracks.

Happy Sunday.

Fighter.

As the year draws to a close it’s hard to not look back over the past ten months – at the ups and the downs, the trials and the tribulations – and feel a wave of emotion. From what I’ve gathered from twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and basically every social media platform, 2016 has been challenging (for whatever reason) for most of us. At times it’s been hard to see the light at the end of the very long and very dark tunnel; it’s been hard to keep hope; and for a lot of us all we need is that sign that everything will be okay in the end. When I first heard this song I was so moved by it and its message of not giving up and fighting on, that I knew I just had to share it as today’s Soundtrack.

If you’re looking for a sign or for hope, this song is definitely it. Happy Sunday!

alice

xo

Dirty Laundry.

Aside from practically every other song on the album, ‘Dirty Laundry’ (not to be confused with Kelly Rowland’s emotional and moving song) was one of my favourites from Carrie’s latest album, Storyteller, so when I saw that a music video for the song had been released on Friday I was over the moon. This song is one of her strong catchy country tunes that will have you tapping your foot and singing along in no time. It’s definitely worth a watch and a listen!

Happy Sunday!

alice

xo

Move.

When I first heard this a few weeks ago, I loved it right off the bat. It’s fun, full of attitude and makes you want to, you guessed it, move. The beat is strong and powerful and I’ll be surprised if you’re not tapping your foot by the end of the song.

I won’t judge you if you have it on repeat for the rest of the day. Happy Sunday.

alice

xo