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Sunday, bloody Sunday. Don't worry, we're not about to subject you to some U2. Instead, we've concocted a lush Sunday playlist to doze to and turn up whilst reading the hefty Sunday Papers (and if you're reading Sunday Times today, look for my fortnightly column in the Culture bit).
Sunday has various songs written about it and dedicated to it but almost all of them are downbeat dreamy affairs. Strangely Sunday has nowhere near as many songs written about it as Saturday but maybe that's because those who've already written songs about Sunday have pretty much nailed it? Most of this playlist touches on things you might do on a Sunday but it's mostly songs that give me the Sunday feeling.
This playlist was originally compiled earlier this year and about a fifth of it was suggestions from people on Twitter and the DiS boards. This was the playlist which inspired this week (or rather the success of it when I shared it was a catalyst for the lazy/fun idea of compiling a spotify-playlist-a-day), so hopefully it's the best one but comment below which playlist was your favourite.
Drowned in Sunday
The Velvet Underground 'Sunday Morning'
Liars 'The Other Side of Mt. Heart Attack'
Animal Collective 'The Softest Voice'
Mum 'We Have a Map of the Piano'
Jeniferever 'Swimming Eyes'
Elliott Smith 'I Didn't Understand'
Beck 'Sunday Sun'
Prince 'The Morning Papers'
Andrew Bird 'Anonanimal'
Bright Eyes 'Land Locked Blues'
Azure Ray 'The Drinks We Drank Last Night'
Panda Bear 'Bro's'
Frightened Rabbit 'Poke'
Emily Haines 'Reading in Bed'
Devendra Banhart 'I Feel Just Like a Child (extended mix)'
The Shins 'Australia (Peter Bjorn and John remix)'
School Of Seven Bells 'Half Asleep'
Hauschka 'Blue Bicycle'
Regina Spektor 'Us'
Mercury Rev 'Runaway Raindrop'
Youthmovies 'Archive It Everywhere'
Bloc Party 'Sunday'
Longpigs 'All Hype'
Au Revoir Simone 'A Violent Yet Flammable World'
Deftones 'Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away) (acoustic)'
Rufus Wainwright 'Dinner At Eight'
Maximilian Hecker 'Kate Moss'
Antony & The Johnsons 'Another World'
dEUS 'Hotellounge (Be The Death Of Me)'
Blur 'Sunday Sunday'
No Doubt 'Sunday Morning'
Thom Yorke 'Harrowdown Hill'
The National 'Ada'
Low '(That's How You Sing) Amazing Grace'
Weezer 'Only in Dreams'
The Smashing Pumpkins '1979'
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles 'The Tears Of A Clown'
Laura Marling 'My Manic and I'
Beirut 'A Sunday Smile'
Sufjan Stevens 'They Are Night Zombies'
Ash 'Folk Song'
Reindeer Section 'Tout le monde'
M. Ward 'Duet for Guitars #1'
Wooden Spoon 'By The Riverside'
Otis Redding 'I've Been Loving You Too Long - Remastered Mono Single/Album Version'
John Coltrane 'A Love Supreme Part I: Acknowledgement'
Belle and Sebastian 'Judy And The Dream Of Horses - Live Version'
Sonic Youth 'Sunday'
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore 'Unkerich'
Ryan Adams 'Fuck the Universe'
Broken Social Scene 'Lover's Spit'
Boards of Canada 'Roygbiv'
Modest Mouse 'The World at Large'
The Mars Volta 'Televators (radio edit)'
Arcade Fire 'Haïti'
Pavement 'Grounded (Crooked Rain version)'
Commodores 'Easy - Single Version'
Morrissey 'Everyday Is Like Sunday'
Arab Strap 'The First Big Weekend - Four Tet Mix'
Stiff Little Fingers 'Bloody Sunday'
Listen: Drowned in Sunday on Spotify
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