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Energy Source: A list of ebullient songs for refueling featuring Bleeth and The Absurd

Hear a new list of new music that will change or enhance the mood you’re currently feeling. It’s called: Energy Source, meant to refuel.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Bleeth
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

After the Mountain – Ariana (Submission)

Not to be confused with the music star who just engaged to comedian Pete Davidson, but there’s a new song called ‘Ariana’ about new love. For the past couple of months, I’ve been floating in that space—not knowing where it will lead, but knowing that I want this person to remain in my life, regardless of the nature of the relationship. Today, my emotions are wavering. I even took it upon myself to search on Google the following phrase, ‘How long does a crush last’. According to the answer given, it lasts for four months, everybody. I guess we will see if my emotions are there in September.


Bleeth – Divulging Souls (Submission)

The guitar on this record is synonymous with what I imagine a constant euphoric state is. Shredding and stripping away the faux-innocent left in me, as I played the track, I felt like I was able to breathe clearly. Listen, I know it is all mental—and that is what my mind told me to tell you. It said: Tell your audience that this shit is like opening a can of demonic can of whoop ass on the infamous bully at your school at 3 o’clock, and it making them think twice about sticking someone else up for their daily allowance. Exhaling is what it made me do. Try it. Bleeth is incredible. I don’t know what else to say. Listen to Bleeth’s outstanding new track ‘Divulging Souls’ below. Maybe it will have the same effect on you.


Geno Five – Catch 22/Shang Tsung (Submission)

The fourth record ‘Catch 22/Shang Tsung’ from the New Jersey-based rapper’s new LP ‘The Feels’ is close to home because it explores the mental intricacies of an unhealthy and toxic relationship between a man and woman. I’ve seen it play out, and I’ve been in one myself. It’s comforting to hear that others also go through it, but I rarely hear from survivors. The second part of the song differs in sound, but its message is important, too. Have at the record produced by Oddwin & MultiRex now below.


The Habits – Calling Me Up (Submission)

It isn’t exactly the case in The Habits’ song, but I feel as if it was an option, they would explore it. Within the honest lyrics, you’ll learn that they were together, but he did something to change the relationship status. It isn’t clear what it was, but it must have been terrible. Nonetheless, the song is about convincing someone that you love to give you a second chance. Will it happen? Who knows, but it’s worth a try. None of us is perfect, unfortunately. For as long as I live, I will always love the idea of love. It’s one of the driving forces that make the world go round. For some people, it is the only reason that they get out of bed. (Well, that, and not wanting to die of hunger.) If there’s anything I do know for sure, is that human attraction and pairing aren’t going anywhere for a long time. Well, that’s if the robots don’t wipe us out. The Habits is a Pop band based in Los Angeles, California. Give them a shot to share an experience through the audio below.


The Absurd – Boots on the Ground (Submission)

Leather boots are the centre of the lyrics. The songwriter places the tanned animal rawhide in various locations like the backyard to depict the kind of person who wears them. Through the art of storytelling, I think the vocalist delivers the messaging the way it was intended. When you think of leather, what comes to your mind? On my end, it’s cold weather, striking style, and quite possibly, Rock’n’Roll. When I am able to produce Rock shows, I would like to book The Absurd.


Written by Richardine Bartee

Her unprejudiced love for people, the arts, and business have taken her this far. Join Richardine on her journey as she writes history into existence, one article at a time. Richardine is a member of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs, and a GRAMMY U Mentor. She is part of the Complex Day Ones, an exclusive community to help make the Complex experiences even better.