Sounds: Currently Playing | August

Sounds: Currently Playing | August

Another month down and a lot of great music. I feel like this month I heard a lot of things but at the same time I didn’t. It’s strange. I also feel like I can’t keep up with all the new music and I just want to listen to it all. But now that summer is winding down, the super fun summer songs are coming to an end. Not going to lie, I’ve already been playing Johnnyswim’s Christmas album because that’s where my mind is at. But here is the new stuff I listened to this month.

Hillsong Young & Free | Love Won’t Let Me Down

Considering that I’ve played Youth Revival way too much, I’m so thankful Hillsong Young & Free came out with a new single. Again, it was one of the songs that grew on me and I absolutely love. It’s definitely a fun song that you can sing along to at the top of your lungs. Honestly, this just made me want a new album from them even more.

Elevation Worship | Lo Haras Otra Vez

Y’all, this has been on repeat. I already love Elevation Worship and this Spanish album is amazing! The songs are perfectly translated that the message is still there. Not to mention that the band had to sing this in Spanish and they did it so well. I find myself listening to both the Spanish album and the English one. I’m completely in love with this album and it’s beautifully done.

Some Singles to Listen to

I’ve been listening to Hillsong United album, Wonder, a lot. But “Not Today” is honestly my favorite song at the moment. I play it usually in the morning to distress because it gets me motivated. “So Will I (100 Billion X)” is also a great one I’m playing nonstop. I’ve mentioned the show The Get Down before and it’s such a great show. On the second soundtrack there’s a song called, “Break the Locks,” which is just a super upbeat song that just gets you hyped. Please bring this show back Netflix!


My summer playlist is still growing over on Spotify. Pretty soon I’ll start wrapping it up and start working on a fall one!

What’s on your playlist right now?