As Autumn begins to settle in, we've compiled another instalment of 'On Rotation' to give you an insight into the songs that have been on repeat within the See Tickets marketing team this September. Although there's no specific theme for this month, you can count on these selections to provide you with the perfect soundtrack for the changing seasons.
Be sure to explore the full playlist at the bottom of the page!
Charlotte Adigery & Bolis Pupul - Ceci N’est pas un cliché
‘Ceci N’est pas un cliché’ is a track from Charlotte Adigery & Bolis Pupul’s debut album ‘Topical Dancer’ released last year through Soulwax’s DEEWEE label. The electro-pop track uses all the cliché lyrics the Belgium duo have heard in pop music, and fuses it together to create an addictive, endlessly replayable track that I haven’t been able to stop binging. The perfect song to kick start a gloomy, rainy day with.
The National – Deep End (Paul’s In Pieces)
The National returned this weekend with a brand-new surprise record just five months after ‘First Two Pages Of Frankenstein’. Several tracks from ‘Laugh Track’ have been teased on tour over the past year – but it is ‘Deep End (Paul’s In Pieces)’ that I keep finding myself returning to. They return to the UK this weekend so fingers crossed it is added to the setlist for the Leeds show!
Lana Del Rey - Season of the Witch
The minute we creep into September, Halloween’s on the horizon and this song is on rotation. “Season of the Witch” is Lana Del Rey's cover of Donovan's song of the same name, featured on the soundtrack of Guillermo Del Toro's film "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark". It showcases her breathy low register and higher vocals with heavy reverb - the perfect voice to sing this song and take us into September.
Andy Shauf - Telephone
'Telephone' is the third track from Andy Shauf's latest album 'Norm', out on ANTI-Records, which I have had on repeat since I first heard it. It's soothing, beautiful and slightly dark, especially lyrically - which for me has perfectly encapsulated the feeling of the seasons changing and autumn slowly taking hold. It's cosy music - and in my opinion, one of the best songs on what I would call Andy Shauf's best record yet.
The Gaslight Anthem - Little Fires
‘Little Fires’ is the third single off The Gaslight Anthem’s highly anticipated album ‘History Books'. Championed by Brian Fallon as ‘an empowerment song’, the band grabs you from the offset with a blazing riff and Brian Fallon’s distinctive raspy vocals. It’s a track that’s authentic to the band, and offers a familiar callback in feel to their iconic release ‘The ‘59 Sound’.
Ghost Woman - All The Time
Ghost Woman have a sound which makes you think you’re hearing a band from the ‘60’s but ‘All The Time’ is taken from their self-titled 2022 album. I’m enjoying their mix of psych rock and blues a lot on this album which has been one of my favourites of the last year.
Taylor Swift - Love Story (Taylor's Version)
With the news of Taylor Swift announcing her fourth album re-record - 1989 (Taylor's Version) - it's hard not to go back and listen to some of her classic songs, and Love Story is just one of those - a true Taylor classic. It'll have you singing at the top of your lungs (or in your head).
Find even more on rotation tunes on the playlist below...
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