The perfect playlist guide for summer

Looking for a guide on creating the perfect summer playlist? This is the article for you. The following songs are great for having a fun-filled summer.

Summer isn’t anything without good music. Whether people enjoy pop, alternative, rap, country, rock or R&B, these songs are must-adds to a feel-good playlist.
“Tongue Tied” by Grouplove is the classic summer go-to song. It is perfect for a dance party with friends, driving around with the windows down, or even just lying in the sun.
The song was released in 2011, but it has always given off great energy for the summer season. It begins with an exciting acoustic guitar part and escalates into an exciting song.
Two more breezy songs to add to that playlist are “Island In the Sun” by Weezer and “Santeria” by Sublime. Released a few years back, the songs have sunny chord progressions and lyrics.
Flashing forward to a more modern list of songs, “Are You Bored Yet” by Wallows, “Golden” by Harry Styles and “pink skies” by LANY are three sparkling songs for the summer. These each have an easygoing, yet bright feel for a perfect playlist.
While these songs include calming and happy melodies, there are many songs out there with more upbeat summer tunes.
“Talk Too Much” by COIN,, “Standing in the Sun” by Grouplove,“Happily” by One Direction, “Sweet Talk” and “Midnight Movies” by Saint Motel are all key songs to put on a playlist. They must be played on full volume with a dance party due to their lively choruses.
There are many genres of music that can be added to a summer playlist. Two wonderful R&B tunes are “Feels Like Summer” and “Summertime Magic” by Childish Gambino. These two songs really do feel like summer and are must-adds.
Switching over to a different style of music, a few classic country recommendations are “Houston, We Got a Problem” by Luke Combs and “Chicken Fried” by Zac Brown Band. These songs both provide a hint of summer country and are just the right songs for the playlist.
As for fun indie music, “Tides” by Swimming Tapes, “Campus Fashion” by Tipling Rock, Na Na Song by THE JON JOHNS and “Be Loved” by Kios offer creative beats and sounds that are upbeat. Each song is different, but falls under the indie categorie.
Lets not forget about the oldies but goodies. A few older songs to add to a summer playlist are “Love My Way” by the Psychedelic Furs, “Walking On Sunshine” by Katrina & The Waves, “Heroes” by David Bowie, “Alright” by Supergrass and “I Melt With You” by Modern English.
Some feel good songs from a few summers ago are “Animal” and “Everybody Talks” by Neon Trees, “Live While We’re Young” by One Direction, “Brazil” by Declan McKenna and “It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons.
These energetic songs will bring nostalgic summer feelings with their catchy melodies.
A few artists that never fail to deliver feel-good summer songs are Saint Motel, Wallows, Surfaces, and Dayglow.
Following this guide of summer songs is key to crafting a perfect playlist with its variety of mainstream, alternative, R&B, country and indie tunes.