Spotify Weekly: Lonely Hearts Club

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‘Tis the season to be cynical: Valentine’s Day is around the corner! If you’re single, your heart is broken, or you think that Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark holiday, this playlist is perfect for you:

Worry — Jack Garratt
A simple electronic instrumental complements Garratt’s vocals while he pines over a girl that’s already moved on from their romance.

Marvins Room — Drake
On a scale of one to Drake on “Marvins Room,” how lonely are you? This combination of loneliness and unrequited love hits home.

Lonely Hearts Club — Marina and the Diamonds
If you believe that love doesn’t last forever (or maybe that it isn’t real), join the club and listen to this track by Marina and the Diamonds.

Too Much To Ask — Niall Horan
Ex-One Direction member Niall Horan explores the idea that high expectations in a relationship can lead to heartbreak.

Turning Out — AJR
Fans of Jon Bellion will love indie-pop band AJR whose song “Turning Out”

Cornerstone — Arctic Monkeys
English rock band Arctic Monkeys deliver an indie-rock track about a failed relationship.

Thinkin Bout You — Frank Ocean
Frank Ocean puts up a tough front while thinking about his past love but in the end, his vulnerability seeps through the cracks.

IDGAF — Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa doesn’t need apologies: she is an empowered woman who is liberated by leaving her ex.

Save Myself — Ed Sheeran
Sheeran is known for his timeless love songs, but on “Save Myself,” he promotes self care before trying to fix others.

Rory — Foxing
Emo ballad “Rory” reminds us that sometimes, you feel like you’re not enough for the person that you love.