Sweet Songs and Beautiful Voices for Kindness Day

Sweet Songs and Beautiful Voices for Kindness Day
14th November 2023 Elena
Sweet Songs and Beautiful Voices for Kindness Day

Kindness Day is celebrated every year on November 13th. Why? Well, take a look around. See any? Exactly. Celebrating Kindness Day serves as a global initiative to promote a culture of understanding and generosity – and throw in some tolerance while you’re at it.

Kindness can take many shapes and forms: helping a neighbor, doing volunteer work, helping out a friend, or simply sharing a playlist filled with sweet songs and beautiful voices. You’re welcome.

Top Sweet Songs and Voices by Indiemono

If trying to make the world a better place is the maximum form of kindness, then indie music is Ghandi.

This playlist includes some of the kindest sounds in music through sweet songs and beautiful voices that’ll feel like a hug with every beat.

“Just a Boy” by Alaina Castillo

Alaina Castillo is a Mexican-American singer, songwriter, and musician known for her work in the pop and R&B genres. She gained popularity through her covers – actually, check out her ASMR videos – on YouTube, and then signed with the record label AWAL in 2020.

She’s released several singles and EPs, showcasing her hypnotizing vocal style and modern sound with lyrics that try to find meaning in love, relationships, and -obviously – trust issues:

I know you said that you would never hurt me

But it’s not your fault

I still think the worst anyway, yeah, yeah

Let’s be clear, I know that I can trust you

When you’re under me, but tell me honestly

Unlike the sharpness of her lyrics, “just a boy” adds a single instrument with utmost subtleness. It’s her velvety yet crisp vocals that’ll absorb all your attention.

“Thank You” by Anthony Lazaro

Anthony Lazaro is from Genoa, Italy, where he showered in Italian influences from songwriters like Fabrizio De Andrè. This calmness that transcends his music is actually a result of his experimentation with genres and instruments.

He began a musical journey at a very young age, and there’s something about this track that resembles the gratitude we have when we’re little:

And I thank you for the

The little things

The kisses and the smiles

And I thank you for

Being the best part of my life

Embracing a boundless style, Lazaro experiments with ukulele pop, synth, drum machines, Latin grooves, and pop ballads. His music is a dynamic exploration that caters to listeners who appreciate life’s variety.

So, thank YOU!

“Lucky” by Jason Mraz (feat. Colbie Caillat)

“Lucky” is a song by American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz, featuring Colbie Caillat. It was released in 2008 as a single from Mraz’s fourth studio album, We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. In line with the previous track, it’s a sweet and upbeat song that talks about being fortunate to have found someone special:

Lucky I’m in love with my best friend

Lucky to have been where I have been

Lucky to be coming home again

You’ve possibly also noticed the chemistry between the duo! There’s a reason it became a success and reached the charts in several countries; it has a definite feel-good vibe and is a popular choice for weddings.

“Touch” by Shura

Shura, born Aleksandra Lilah Denton, is a British singer, songwriter, and producer who moves in the synth-pop and electronic music domain.

She became popular after releasing Nothing’s Real (2016), which features this track, a thought-provoking counterpart to forevher (2019), which is all about them feels:

There’s a love between us still

But something’s changed and I don’t know why

And all I wanna do is go home with you

But I know I’m out of my mind

In any case, it’s clear that this sweet and beautiful vocalist is something different and as her music is inspired by the ’80s and ’90s pop, you’ll always find an element of nostalgia in her songs.

“Sweet” by Tamara Laurel

Tamara Laurel is an American singer-songwriter and musician known for her soulful voice and folk-pop sound. She has released several original songs and albums, sharing her amazing talent as both a vocalist and songwriter:

I’ve been sayin’ that

I don’t need it

But damnit, I still do

But you, you don’t know all the lengths I would go

And I can’t help but think, how sweet it’d be

Her signature dessert? A subtle blend of folk, pop, and soul with a topping of emotive and beautiful vocals.

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