One more hour of weekend, one more hour of joy #NMF
“If I Could Turn Back Time”, Cher wishes every now and then. You can actually turn the clock backwards this weekend, and it’s all legit. One more hour of weekend, one more hour of enjoying the abundance of new releases in your Tunify player. A lot of interesting artists are hoping to spend that extra time with your approving ears.
This time of year, the scenery is begging for a nice glass of wine, 12-year old whisky and seventysomething rockers. Ringo Starr, Neil Young, Jan Akkerman and Van Morrison: they all release a new collection of songs this Friday. Matthias Reim releases his twentieth album, but since he’s only 61, he’s way too young and inexperienced for this selective club.
Halloween is still hovering on the threshold, but one brave American lady already feels the need for Christmas songs. Lea Michele - of Glee-fame - will no doubt set the tone for the coming weeks.
Christmas also comes early for the fans of James Blunt. The former British Army Officer releases his sixth album this weekend. Nowadays he’s also a hit on Twitter with his funny and typical British remarks and comments. That’s beautiful and everything, but we still hope you’ll enjoy your daily blend of Blunt in your Tunify Player.
Another nice blend of new music, styles and artists can be enjoyed thanks to the musical efforts of Selena Gomez, Duncan Laurence, Krezip, Coldplay, Airbourne, Christophe Mae, Cigarettes After Sex, Stereophonics, Snelle, De Dijk, Van Dik Hout, Apache 207, Frank Ocean and The New Shining lately.
On All Saints’ Day, we will be cheering up your Tunify player with new songs from Michael Kiwanuka, Sigala, Kerstin Ott, Cold War Kids, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Half Moon Run, nineties icons Hootie & The Blowfish and Canadian Leif Vollebek, to name but a few. And very hush-hush … rumour has it that Dua Lipa is dropping her new song any minute now!
Too many songs, too little time? Use the above-mentioned recommendations and you’ll be safe and sound with Tunify!
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