FAULT Weekly Playlist: Lostboycrow

Lostboycrow draws from Santa Fe, New Mexico’s natural creative energy and endless high desert landscape for his new single “Since The Day I Was Born.” It’s the first look from his forthcoming album aptly titled Santa Fe and where he wrote most of the album. “I was already in love with the people and energy of New Mexico, and Santa Fe is so beautiful,” he admits. “Santa Fe is a vehicle of exploring gratitude for where I am, who I am, and how I came to be Lostboycrow and ultimately do what I’m doing.”

Revered for his rapturous voice, off-kilter R&B panache, pure alternative perception, and airtight songwriting, Lostboycrow has emerged in 2018 with over 150 million streams with no sign of stopping.

In addition to sharing his new song “Since The Day I Was Born,” we asked Lostboycrow to put together a playlist of songs that inspire him. Check it out below.

1. Grouplove – Borderlines and Aliens
This band is equal parts compelling, original and just completely fun. you can just tell they had the best time making it. makes me want to get on a stage overtime.

2. Cage The Elephant – Portuguese Knife Fight
They always seem to have a classic timeless feel while just fucking shit up. I love that.

3. STRFKR – Kahlil Gibran
Portland boy is a sucker for these sounds. i dare you to find me a strfkr track that doesn’t have a perfect groove. relaxed. sure of itself.

4. Tame Impala – List of People (To Try and Forget About)
This song is just flat out believable. the music, lyrics and melody each coexist in such a perfect place.

5. Charlie Burg – Episode III
Feels like you’re at a house show without actually sounding like a typical one. recording live (assuming here) is always enjoyable to me as a listener.

6. Pale Waves – Karl (I Wonder What Its Like To Die)
This band is so special and i think this is the most unique and compelling piece yet. no words do this one justice. just honest writing.

7. Bear Hands – Agora
This song just radiates a kind of invincibility. unconventional and yet so easy to listen to.

8. Josh Ritter – Miles Away
A true storyteller in true storyteller fashion.

9. Spoon – Do I Have to Talk You Into It
Such an effortless song to get into. classic Spoon with a groove you can just sink back into without having to think about it, yet totally original.

10. Alvvays – Dreams Tonite
A perfect song.

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