Song of the day is “Girlfriend in a Coma” by The Smiths:
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“Smart” by Girl in a Coma is one of the best new songs I’ve heard in a really long time.
“Smart” is the single from the band’s latest album, and it sounds like a long-lost song by The Smiths, if The Smiths were an all-girl band.
Every single component of the song works so perfectly together — the vocals, shimmering guitar chords, drum beat that is actually quite varied and complex upon close listening, and bass line that holds it all together.
Song of the day is “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want” by the Jealous Girlfriends (original by The Smiths):
Dum Dum Girls released a great cover of “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” by The Smiths.
This song has been covered by many artists — listen to versions by Nada Surf, Death Cab for Cutie, and Pete Yorn below:
Here’s a great cover of “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” by Nada Surf (original song by The Smiths):
Bonus: Here’s a live cover version of the same song by Pete Yorn:
Here are some good songs that have the word “Never” in their titles (the “Always” songs are below).
“There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” (The Smiths):
“I Never” (Rilo Kiley):
“Never Had Nobody Like You” (M. Ward):
“Best Thing You Never Had” (Butch Walker):
“It’s Never That Easy Though, Is It? (Song For the Other Kurt) (Los Campesinos!):