Duele El Corazón.

I know I sometimes have the tendency to sound a bit over the top in my writing, but I promise you I mean every single word – but I do believe that after you’ve listened to this song you’ll feel the exact same way. Okay, so a few weeks ago this song came on in the office and OH MY GOD from the moment I heard the first line I was hooked. By the time the chorus came around I was FLOORED, and by the time the song had finished, I had died about a million times and come back to life – it was that great. Something else that made me realise just how great the song was, was the fact that it made me pause my own music which hardly ever happens because my music is better than what plays in the office – or at least so I thought. Anyway, it wasn’t until a bit later that I realised it was sung by Enrique which looking back I’m wondering how I didn’t recognise his angel voice. This song is sexy, passionate, fun, catchy, addictive (I won’t tell you how many times I’ve listened to it – I blame that damn-killer beat), and just the thing I didn’t know I was missing from music. It’s put a spring in my step every time I’ve listened to it, and I do believe it’s changed my life for good! This song has hands down got to be one of the best I’ve heard ALLLLLLLL year aka my whole life!

If you only do one thing today, make sure you give this song a listen (or twenty)… Oh and there’s also an English version if the original is a little too hot for you 😉 Happy Sunday.

alice

xo

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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

May We All.

Today’s Soundtrack is another song from Florida Georgia Line’s latest album, Dig Your Roots. I first watched the video earlier this week, and I’m not ashamed to say that I’ve watched it every day since its release. The song itself was one of my favourites from the album, so I was looking forward to seeing what the boys would do with the video, and they really didn’t disappoint. The video is quite emotional, so if you’re prone to crying make sure you grab your tissues before you press play.

Happy Sunday!

alice

xo

Smooth (Live on the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater NY).

To celebrate the release of my favourite country duo’s latest album, Dig Your Roots, today’s Soundtrack is a live version of their sexy, feel-good song ‘Smooth’. By the end of the first verse, you’ll be grooving like nobody’s business and then before you know it, you’ll be singing along to the music… smooooooooth 😉

I’ve waited so long for this album and I’m really excited about it. I can’t wait to share more songs from the album with you. Happy Sunday.

alice

xo

The Wolves.

Today’s Soundtrack is taking a little break from all the country I’ve been sharing lately. It’s been a while since my hubs aka Ben Howard’s released any new music/ has been on the blog/ I’ve listened to any of his songs, but the other day I got suddenly got the urge to listen to his songs. ‘The Wolves’, from his debut album Every Kingdom, has always been a favourite of mine, and I’m actually very surprised I haven’t shared it on here before. So what better song to share when I’m in this Ben Howard mood?


I don’t know when Ben’ll next be releasing something, but I really hope it’s soon. In the meantime, I’ll just have to keepy Every Kingdom, The Burgh Island and I Forgot Where We Were on repeat. Happy Sunday.

alice
xo

The Skies Will Break.

Something tells me I’m going to be sharing practically every Corinne Bailey Ray song for the next couple of months. There’s just something so enticing and dreamy about her voice that makes me want to listen to her on repeat for days on end – and today’s Soundtrack is no different. Though not one of my favourites, I find this song uplifting, dreamy and perfect if you’re looking for something to daydream your life away to, and let’s be honest, on a Sunday that’s exactly the kind of music you’re looking to listen to.

Happy Sunday.

alice

xo