good listener: our five favorite songs of the week

intern edition!

photo via VÉRITÉ facebook

 VÉRITÉ - "Strange Enough"

If I live for anything, it's for finding artists who totally flip my world for a short minute or two. (Hint hint: this time it's VÉRITÉ). This NYC-based artist is a promising find, and *fingers crossed* she'll make her debut performance here in the city very soon. Oh, and you'll find me there—I'll be the one screaming every lyric and dancing like a fool in the front row. #sorrynotsorry. MICHAELA BIASUCCI

Heyrocco - "Melt"

Cue the light wash denim jeans and tattoo chokers because Heyrocco's new single launches us right into 90's teenage movie nostalgia. Like these Southern sweethearts, we admittedly might not have been the coolest kids in high school—but at least we can pretend like we were while listening to some 90's inspired rock and roll. MB

The Drums - "Me and the Moon"

This throwback by Brooklyn group The Drums is one of my all-time favorite songs and an amazing summer jam. Its 1980s drum kit and jangle pop synthesizers make it the perfect soundtrack to daydreaming about the beach on the commute to work. Also be sure to check out the new single "Magic Mountain" from their upcoming album, Encyclopedia, out this September! PETER SAMUELS

Becky Hill – “Caution to the Wind”

If you’re looking for a song that will be stuck in your head this weekend, look no further than Becky Hill’s latest single. The former Voice UK contestant’s new track shows off her flowing vocals and the catchy instrumentals will have you playing this song on repeat.  KARISSA MONTANIA

Alex Wiley – “Vibration”

Rapper Alex Wiley’s song is not the only thing that will leave you mesmerized—his music video for “Vibration,” designed to fit the beats of the track, will take you on an illustration of musical Technicolor. KM