POZ Playlist: Citizen, True Love
Citizen are out on a massive headlining tour with You Blew It!, Hostage Calm, Praise, and True Love. PropertyOfZack has a Playlist of what Citizen and True Love will be listening to on the road, and you can check that out and listen along below.
Citizen, You Blew It!, Hostage Calm, Praise, True Love Tour
Vince Staples - Blue Suede
This is the lead single off his upcoming Def Jam debut, Hell Can Wait. It’s quite the banger.
Merchandise - Enemy
This is a band I’ve loved for a while now and they’ve finally released their new LP and 4AD debut, After the End. This is one of the singles and it’s wonderful. Check it alongside the video they recently dropped.
The War on Drugs - Red Eyes
One of the best songs to come out this year. Maybe the best.
The Hotelier - The Scope of All of This Rebuilding
I love this band. We first played with them on a two week tour when I was a sophomore in high school. They finally released a new record and it’s great. Here’s the first song they released from it.
Pusha T - Nosetalgia
Been on a big My Name is My Name kick lately. This is one of the best songs the album has to offer. The Kendrick verse ooooo.
Land of Talk - Some Are Lakes
It’s summertime and this is a summertime jam.
J Mascis - Every Morning
A song from J Mascis’ (Dinosaur Jr) new record called Tied to a Star. I actually just checked this out because he released a video for it, which is also great. Highly recommended.
Gesaffelstein - Hate or Glory
One of the Yeezus collaborators, Gesaffelstein is a producer from France. This song is groundshaking. A review described the record as “fiery, raging bangers meant for the dank club at the end of the world” and that’s pretty accurate for this one.
Speedy Ortiz - No Below
A really cool Massachusetts indie rock band. This is a great song off their LP, Major Arcana.
Milk Music - Illegal and Free
An Olympia, WA band. Their full length, Cruise Your Illusion, is lovely as well as this track off of it.
Weezer - You Gave Your Love To Me Softly
Super aggressive, poetic and catchy. Pinkerton B-sides make up an incredible album on their own.
Bruce Springsteen - Thunder Road
Lyrically…Musically…I’m not sure many songs can touch this one.
Praise - Reach Deep
Off of the best record of 2014.
Youth of Today - Break Down the Walls
The best straight edge band of all time with a message a lot of people should be paying attention to today.
Green Day - She
The first time I ever heard anything remotely punk was when my parent’s bought Dookie in ‘94. Willing to bet a lot of people my age have the same story.