Rachel & Carina's Infinite Playlist (58)

RACHEL • "Million Dollar Bills" by Lorde
So I'm super late to the whole Lorde fandom. I never really got into "Royals" until I heard the Walk Off the Earth ukulele cover. But after hearing that, I started paying attention to the original song and when Lorde's album came out, I listened to the whole thing and LOVED it. I played it on and off for weeks. I was playing it again a few days ago when I noticed she had released an EP this past year too. I had one of those - "how did I not know this?!" moments and checked it out. "Million Dollars Bills" is my favorite song on it!

CARINA • "I Knew This Would Be Love" by Imaginary Friend (featuring Kina Grannis)
So I was on the Spotify Discover page and as I was scrolling through the list of suggestions, Spotify told me to "Check out this song by Imaginary Friend. We think you might like it." I'm usually hesitant to click on things when the Internet tells me to do so but I told myself, "Hey, why not? Live a little, Carina." And so I lived and I clicked and now I bring to you my song pick for this week.

I've always been a fan of Kina Grannis and was pleasantly surprised to find her singing this duet with Imaginary Friend. Her voice is so honest and fresh and a perfect match for this song. Hope you like it as much as I do!

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  1. I love Lorde so much, I bought her album when it first came out and I'm obsessed! And I Knew This Would Be Love is so good! Lovely picks and thanks for sharing, ladies! :)

  2. Both songs are fantastic. I've been addicted to Lorde's song Royals ever since it came out. I listened to her EP but didn't find anything I really loved… until now! That song is SO good, I have to go download it! I've been listening to the Les Miserables soundtrack a lot lately, I also had a huge Alanis Morisette phase a few weeks ago haha.

    thanks for sharing these great songs!

  3. Lorde has been my heart lately. It's all I can play over and over again. Which I guess is a nice switch from Mumford and Sons over and over again. Heh.


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