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19 Songs To Add To Your Spring Break Playlist

Spring Break is coming.

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1. The Knocks feat. Carly Rae Jepsen, "Love Me Like That"

Big Beat Records

Producing duo The Knocks recruited the absolute queen of pop, Carly Rae Jepsen, for a pop song that sparkles and shimmers to brighten your dull non-sunny days.

Spring Break Vibes: slow mo, longing gazes across the pool.

2. AlunaGeorge feat. PopCaan, "I'm In Control"

Interscope Records / VEVO / Via youtube.com

The British duo are effortlessly cool in this sweet but sultry track that only builds as it slinks through your earholes.

Spring Break Vibes: working up a sweat as you bust a move.

3. Hinds, "San Diego"

Mom + Pop Music / VEVO / Via youtube.com

It's nearly impossible to think of nothing else but bright, fun, and sun when you listen to the lo-fi guitars of Madrid's best export.

Spring Break Vibes: getting drunk in the backyard with your BFFs.

4. Anderson .Paak feat. Schoolboy Q, "Am I Wrong"

Steel Wool Records

Smooth, silky, and downright charming, hip hop artist Anderson .Paak will light you on fire and cool you back down.

Spring Break Vibes: driving with windows down, destination unknown.

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7. The 1975, "The Sound"

Interscope Records / VEVO / Via youtube.com

The British band went full on pop with "The Sound" with its sweet and catchy melody. It's infectious and needs to be listened to at least twice in a row.

Spring Break Vibes: a bonfire, marshmallows optional.

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10. Jack Garratt, "Breathe Life"

Interscope Records / VEVO / Via youtube.com

This track by multi-instrumentalist Jack Garratt is like Justin Timberlake and D'Angelo had a slinky, R&B and funk, electronic vibey child. Yeah.

Spring Break Vibes: chillin' in your giant swan floatie in your preferred body of water.

12. Tinashe, "Ride Of Your Life"

RCA Records

Tinashe continues her streak of cool with "Ride Of Your Life." It's booming with confidence and refuses to abide by the rules of the road.

Spring Break Vibes: cruising down the freeway, or stuck in traffic.

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14. LANY, "WHERE THE HELL ARE MY FRIENDS"

LANY / Via Facebook: thisislany

With catchy riffs and relatable lyrics, LANY perfectly captures what it's like to feel isolated even when you're surrounded my millions of people.

Spring Break Vibes: it's too hot outside, so you Netflix and drink.

15. Kacy Hill, "Arm's Length"

Def Jam Records

Kanye's former backup dancer is quickly coming into her own. "Arm's Length" is calming, soulful, and will have you nodding your head for days.

Spring Break Vibes: that perfect moment right before sunset.

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