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5 Songs I Love w/Adosa Gray

Following the release of her latest single 'Sleepyhead' we caught up with singer-songwriter Adosa Gray to find out what influences her eclectic sound. If you enjoy Adosa's picks be sure to check out 'Sleepyhead' at the end of the article.

1. Dreams - Fleetwood Mac

"This song is the most inspiring for me lyrically, Stevie Nicks portrays the message in a beautifully articulated way. Fleetwood Mac are one of the most inspiring bands for me, I can listen to any of their songs on repeat and never feel like turning it off."

2. Don't - Wild Rivers

"I love Wild Rivers and the way their conversational lyrics make their songs so relatable. The production and blend of their voices are inspiring in the way they carry the message with a powerful drive."

3. Pretty Lady - Tash Sultana

"The guitar in this song is great. I'm always inspired by the way Tash Sultana creates presence and energy with their instrumentation. I love how upbeat and good vibes this song is for a long drive or barbecue."

4. Summer Girl - HAIM

"This song is so great for an upbeat and sunny day. I love the easygoing production and soft vocals. HAIM's lyrics and melodies are always inspiring, this song has such a great earworm quality that inspires me to write soft music in a similar way."

5. Circles - Post Malone

"Post Malone is such a good artist and his creativity is so inspiring. I love this song because it's so loose and feels free but at the same time it's anchored in a strong message. I'm in awe of the artistry and it inspires me to be able to write music like this, with the vibe of the background production and the simple lyrics that hit at the right time and get a message across."

Watch Adosa Gray 'Sleepyhead'

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