The Weeknd croons over past love on new single “After Hours,” and The Strokes and The 1975 return with new singles.
Arts Editor Kaylie Ramirez reflects on the tracks that defined her four years at BC—from the upbeat clamor of Modest Mouse’s “Float On” to the melancholic whisper of The Smiths’ “I Know It’s Over.”
Steven Everett, editor-in-chief of ‘The Heights’ and MCAS ’20, queues up nostalgia from middle school to his days on ‘The Heights’ on his iEdit playlist.
From Vampire Weekend’s melancholic “Hannah Hunt” to Tame Impala’s “dorky, white disco funk” anthem “The Less I Know The Better,” these are the songs that remain in the collegiate consciousness in the wake of the 2010s.
The 1975’s new single, “People,” shows the band’s transition into a new sound, while Declan McKenna’s “British Bombs” illustrates a more fast-paced beat than in his previous songs.
In her latest column for ‘The Heights,’ arts editor Kaylie Ramirez discusses space rock and its interstellar impact on music.