#LBBIndiePlaylists: 6 Monsoon Songs To Get You Through The Season

Nandini posted on 2nd August

While the monsoon spreads its arms around the city and our drives/rides back home get extended by an hour or two {and sometimes even more} easily, we thought of putting together a #MonsoonMagic playlist for you. Every song in this list has been breathed into existence by Delhi-based artists/bands, and they’ll surely help you survive that long drive back home that you might be dreading.

So, lend us your ear, give these artists a chance and update your playlists to suit the weather.

Naina Lagey | Midival Punditz

How Deep Is The Ocean | Aditya Balani

It’s a cover of a 1932 song originally written by Irving Berlin.

Call It A Night | The Yellow Bucket

La Vie En Rose | Abhilasha Sinha

Cover of a 1945 song originally written by Édith Piaf.

Kyoto Breeze | Tarana Marwah

https://soundcloud.com/tarana-marwah/kyoto-breeze

What Colour Is Your Raindrop | Tajdar Junaid

Lastly, even though Tajdar Junaid is Kolkata-based {obviously quite far from Delhi}, we just had to include his perfectly-titled song {from the album of the same name} as the last song of our dreamy playlist. Just hit play and you’ll know why.