My Favorite Songs of 2017

As the years pass, I’ve noticed that I listen to music less and less. I work in silence, and when I have the opportunity for noise, I’m either listening to podcasts or YouTube videos.

So this year’s list is all over the place. A few of these songs are from bands I love, like The XX and Generationals. Several others are catchy songs released this year (Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, etc).

And then the others…they’re all over the place. I know the Led Zeppelin song is on here because of the latest Thor movie. The Detroiters theme is here because of the show Detroiters. I only have the faintest inklings how I discovered the others.

What are your top 3 favorite songs you discovered this year, and how did you discover them?

 

Here is last year’s list.


5 Responses to “My Favorite Songs of 2017”

  1. joepunman says:

    Wait? Led Zeppelin is there because of Wonder woman? Shouldn’t that be because of Thor? That’s the reason it’s in my playlist.
    My top 3 are Run by the Foo Fighters, Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran, and Feel it Still by Portugal. The man.

  2. Charles Dionne says:

    It appears I need to broaden my musical horizons… I’ve only heard of a few of those! Here is my top 3:

    – Ophelia by The Lumineers. One of my favorite bands. Short and sweet with a really catchy chorus.

    – Take it All Back 2.0 by Judah and the Lion. Has a very similar sound as Mumford & Sons, another of my favorite bands. Not terribly deep lyrics but the build-up to the song’s climax would make M&S proud.

    – Million Reasons by Lady Gaga. I first heard it during the Super Bowl halftime show and I very impressed by the way she sounded without all the bells and whistles found in most of her hits.

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