13 Summer Songs To Cure Your Winter Blues

The next best thing to piña coladas on the beach. 

You can’t deny, music is the cure to everything. Whether it’s a messy breakup, stress over school, a long commute, music always find a way to pick us up. Considering the dreadful weather we’re currently experiencing, this statement is especially true. So, to cure these winter blues we’ve compiled a list of tunes.

Just keep these thirteen songs on repeat and you’ll be riding high all the way to summer. Take a listen! 

J Balvin – “Machika”

Did you know? The word Machika means “smash” in Papiamento and that’s exactly what this song is about to do to your winter blues.

Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso – “Let Me Go”

Featuring Florida Georgia Line… exactly where we’d love to be right now. 

Chvrches – “Get Out”

Instead of getting out in the snow, get into this beautiful new song by our favourite Scottish pop trio. 

Troye Sivan – “My My My!”

Oh, My My My! It is WAY too cold for us right now.

Maroon 5 – “Wait (Chromeo Remix)”

Call us impatient, but we truly can’t wait until summer! 

Luis Fonsi, Demi Lovato- “Échame la Culpa”

It’s not you (winter), it’s me. 


When all else fails, just dance the cold away.  

Zedd, Maren Morris, Grey – “The Middle”

These temperatures have us “losing our mind just a little”. So why don’t you just meet us in the middle… of July? 

Sam Smith – “Too Good at Goodbyes (Galantis Remix)”

The only goodbye we need is a goodbye to the freezing cold weather.

Jax Jones – “Breathe”

You know it’s bad when you can see your breathe in winter air.

Demi Lovato – “Tell Me You Love Me (NOTD Remix)”

“On days like this”, a nice warm blanket and hot cocoa is essential. And this song on repeat. 

The Vamps, Maggie Lindemann – “Personal”

Just imagine the warm embrace of Brad Simpson. That should do the trick, it works for us.

Hedley – “Better Days (Breakdown Remix)”

By better days, they mean summer.

What do you do to escape the winter blues? Let us know in the comments or over on Twitter @umusic

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