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Tune in Thursday | August 31st, 2023

Tune in Thursday | August 31st, 2023

Tune in Thursday

We are back with our Tune in Thursday playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!

Sarah Reeves | “Billboards On Sunset”

Sarah Reeves, a seasoned pop artist and songwriter, has made her mark in the music industry since signing her first record deal at the young age of 18. Over the past decade, her creative journey has encompassed not only her own artistry but also songwriting for fellow artists, as well as placements in TV shows and films across major networks. Her latest release, “Billboards On Sunset,” is a testament to her talent. With captivating vocals that harmonize seamlessly with the instrumentals, this track is a must-add to your playlists.


Bear’s Den | “Loneliness”

Originating in London in 2012, Bear’s Den has cultivated a devoted global following through their anthemic compositions. Across four studio albums and a collaborative venture with composer Paul Frith, the band has consistently graced the charts in the UK and Europe. Their latest release, “Loneliness,” continues their tradition of excellence. The song’s exquisite instrumentals complement the vocals flawlessly, making it a standout addition to your playlists this week.


Jacob Johnson | “The Sketchiest Motel In Fayetteville”

Jacob Johnson‘s latest release, “The Sketchiest Motel In Fayetteville,” is a captivating addition to his discography. The song’s intriguing instrumentals create a perfect backdrop for his vocals, resulting in a well-balanced composition. Johnson’s exceptional storytelling ability shines through, making this track a standout performance. Be sure to include “The Sketchiest Motel In Fayetteville” in your playlists for a unique and engaging musical experience.

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