PLAYLIST: Warm Weather Wandering

April 26, 2013

Here at Philistine we love SONGZA! It's the perfect place to turn for awesome playlists that compliment any mood. We recommend that if you aren't already using it, you download it asap. We wanted to share a portion of one such playlist with you, we've had it on loop for a couple days at the shop, so we hope you like it!

Please enjoy Warm Weather Wandering by SONGZA


Veronica Falls  - Waiting for Something to Happen

Florence & The Machine – Breaking Down

Standard Fare – 051107

The Feelies – Let’s Go

Feist – Mushaboom

Here We Go Magic – How Do I Know

The Velvet Underground – What Goes On

Camera Obscura – Let’s Get Out Of This Country

Widowspeak – Fur Coat

The Kinks – Victoria

Fang Island – Never Understand

Camera Obscura – French Navy

Veronica Falls – Broken Toy

Girls – Love Life

Cake – Shadow Stabbing

Kurt Vile – Walkin On A Pretty Day

Harry Nilsson – One

Allo, Darlin’ – Silver Dollars

Tennis – Traveling

The Electric Fields – Take Ecstasy With Me

The The – This Is The Day

Cults – Go Outside

Pacific Air – Float

Woods – Cali In A Cup

Wild Nothing – Summer Holiday

Eleanor Friedberger – I Won’t Fall Apart On You Tonight

Generationals – Put A Light On

Craft Spells – After The Moment

Alberta Hammond Jr. – GfC

Pixies – Here Comes Your Man



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