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Tunes for Your Summer Road Trip - Weekend Playlist

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Tunes for Your Summer Road Trip - Weekend Playlist

Summer is now in full force and being stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic on your way to a long weekend destination is never fun. Now it's time to pack your bags and head straight to the mountains, well, that's what all Delhites do. Trek bag? Check! Warm clothes? Check!

Load up your MP3 player with all the perfect songs for summer and zoom away from the hustle and bustle of the capital.

We've scoured the Billboard chart archives and updated this definitive list of the most popular songs that keep you in a fun and free mindset of summer.

1. Video Games by Lana Del Rey-
Off Lana Del Rey’s wildly successful debut album and probably her most popular song, the lyrics to this song are about two broken relationships in the singers past. The soothing music to the sultry voice of Lana, this is one song that you can't stop listening to.

 

2.  Sweater Weather by The Neighbourhood-
The song that lifted The Neighbourhood to stardom, appearing on both their EP I’m Sorry and their debut album I Love You. This song can lit up the romance in the car. Beautifully written and sung by Jesse Rutherford. 124,037,203 views since its release in 2013, this song earned its place to be on the playlist.

 

3. Do I Wanna Know by Arctic Monkeys-
The highlight of the U.K. crew’s soul-rock overhaul album, AM, unfurls a monstrously badass groove as Alex Turner drunkenly pitches a late-night hookup. Half seductive swagger, half Hail Mary hunger, it features a slow, cutting groove that makes desire sound like torture.

 

4. Can't feel my face by The Weeknd-
“Can’t Feel My Face” thematically fits in with the rest of the Weeknd’s catalog, mostly composed of gorgeously sung songs about getting high and slowly falling apart. The song bleeds more bass than blood and the groovy tune can be a perfect match for your snapstory.

 

5. Shelter Song by Temples- 
Thanks to that 12-string guitar, the song sounds vaguely like a lost outtake by The Byrds. It's catchy and the lyrics are coyly ambiguous, which has become a signature style for Temples. Sing along and drown in the tranquillity of the sound.