The Mowgli’s: What Are You Listening To?

The Mowgli’s: What Are You Listening To?

L.A. alt-rock band the Mowgli’s are out with a new single titled “Real Good Life,” which they plan to take out on the road on an eponymous tour starting this February. To kick that off, the band put together a playlist of tracks to celebrate living a similarly “real good life.”

SZA, “20 Something”
I love this song because it perfectly encapsulates the emotional tornado that is moving through your twenties. We gain love and lose it. We grow and change. Our loved ones grow and change… I don’t think I’ve ever listened to this song without crying, and it makes me feel grateful for the experiences I had in my twenties. – Katie

Brazilian Girls, “Good Time”
This is an older song that I’ve been putting on while I get ready to go out for the last 10 years. It’s about doing whatever you have to do to have a good time! For me, that’s hanging out with my best friends and acting like fools. – Katie

HAIM, “Little of your Love”
Makes you feel like you’re in a ’90s montage doing something super productive. – Josh

Portugal. The Man, “Purple Yellow Red and Blue”
Feels like you’re dreaming the coolest dream about being young, hanging out at the best party of the year. – Josh

Lizzo, “Good as Hell”
I picked this song because it’s a reminder that even when you feel rejected by the people around you, all the love you need somewhere inside you all the time. - Colin

Major Lazer, “Know No Better”
This song makes me feel like everything is unimaginably good. It makes me feel a way that I want to feel forever. – Colin

The War On Drugs, “Nothing to Find”
There’s something nostalgic about this track. It makes me feel 10 years younger and like I’m in the middle of the biggest music festival ever. – Matt

The Avett Brothers, “Ain’t No Man”
This is an empowering track about never letting anyone get in the way of your path. No one can shape you except for you. – Matt

Huey Lewis and the News, “The Power of Love”
Not only does this track have an inherently upbeat groove, it also holds a certain nostalgic quality due to its ‘feel good’ placement in Back to the Future.David

Boston, “Rock & Roll Band”
This song tells the story of a band hustling, trying to make it in the music industry. Boston describes the real good life we all live as touring musicians playing, creating, and sharing the music on stage. – David

Coast Modern, “Comb My Hair”
Nvdes, “Turning Heads”
These two uptempo alternative songs just make me wanna turn up the volume on my car stereo awkwardly loud and drive around with the windows down so every single car can hear them and be on my level, causing all of Los Angeles to smile. – Andy

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