WLFC Pick of the Week (3/23/18)

By: Joy Dolejs
Email: Dolejsj@findlay.edu

My pick this week for WLFC’s top song is “Call If You Need Me” by Vance Joy. Vance Joy, otherwise known as James Keogh, is also popular for his songs “Riptide” and “Mess Is Mine.” “Call If You Need Me” comes off of his second studio album, Nation of Two, which was recently released on February 23.
The style of this song is very similar to songs off of his first album. The lyrics of the song describe unrequited, unconditional love. It describes that no matter the circumstances, love can persist. Vance Joy’s voice is powerful and emotional in this song.
Vance Joy is similar to artists such as George Ezra, Hozier, The Lumineers and Milky Chance. If you enjoy listening to emotional music with an acoustic sound, I would highly recommend checking out Vance Joy’s new album, Nation of Two.

Power Current:
1. Beck-Up All Night
2. Bully-Running
3. Awolnation-Table for One
4. Jack White-Connected By Love
5. Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings-Matter of Time
6. Twin Peaks=Blue Coupe
7. Porches=Hours
8. They Might Be Giants-I Left My body
9. Dirty Sidewalks-Either Way
10. Ty Segall-My Lady’s On Fire
11. Nightmares on Wax-Typical
12. Reservation for Clouds-Tattoos
13. Dashboard Confessional-Crooked Shadows
14. Franz Ferdinand-Finally
15. Sufjan Stevens-Mystery of Love

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