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Inbox Jukebox #002 – Freddy Hale, STACEY, Michaela May + Wild Rivers

You’re on a deserted highway. Nothing but asphalt, double yellows, and cacti for miles—except for you and your babe. This is exactly how you wanted tonight to go. The stars are visible, while the moon hides behind clouds. It’s cold and you’ve got the top down so you can feel it. The only thing missing is a soundtrack. You cycle through a hundred different stations until you find the right vibe. The kind of new-to-you songs that harmonize with the wind. Now you never have to stop driving. This is the Inbox Jukebox:

Freddy Hale – “Troublemaker”

Move over Netflix & Chill, your nights just got a new soundtrack. Straight outta Los Angeles, Freddy Hale’s enthralling track “Troublemaker” mixes R&B with smooth alternative pop for a dark and dangerous 3AM jam.

STACEY – “First Move”

It’s dreamy and atmospheric and you’ll want to hear where the music goes…for us, it takes us flying high over fields of wildflowers through a crystal clear blue sky. For you, it might take you sailing across calm azure oceans. You’ll have to hit play to find out, and watch out for STACEY’s upcoming sophomore EP.

Michaela May – “You & I”

Michaela May is giving you a taste of pop sweeter than any pack of bubblegum. If you’ve ever suffered a heartbreak, this song is for you: Michaela wrote it about “being blindsided by the ultimate betrayal by your partner.” And thanks to her, for a few minutes you’ll get a sugar rush to make you forget all about that person you’re probably better off without.

Wild Rivers – “Do Right”

It’s time to unwind from the long working week, with a gorgeous folk-pop offering from Wild Rivers. Their new track “Do Right” sees the band exploring a new direction, and it definitely does a whole lot right in putting a smile on your face, and a tap in your feet. Another twist in a Twin Forks type road. Get in your car and drive.

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