New Year. New Music. Meet the first batch of QMFM hits for 2019.
Music from every corner of the globe. From Lafayette to Copenhagen, and Sydney to Halifax all bringing something special to our playlist this weekend. Enjoy!
Lauren Daigle – You Say
Meet the potential first epic smash of 2019. Lauren Daigle is from Lafayette, Louisiana and you can hear it in her soul. Gritty, organic, handmade sounds and influences of the south pour out in the ambitious gospel tinged, Adele-like ballad.
Lukas Graham – Love Someone
We need more Danish pop music in our lives! GRAMMY nominated multiplatinum Copenhagen native Lukas Graham, who broke out in 2016 with the global smash “7 Years,” returns with “Love Someone.” “In true Lukas Graham fashion, the song takes an honest, intimate look at human emotions.”
Dean Lewis – Be Alright
Breakout artist from Sydney, Australia hits us with a brutally honest ballad with a hook that swells with hope. Very Ed Sheeran.
Kelly Clarkson – Heat
Kelly has been one of QMFM’s biggest hit makers of this era – with almost 30 songs played on QM since her Idol win. Heats brings some major pop temp to the dreary weather.
Bulow – Two Punks In Love
German-Canadian teenager bulow follows up “Not A Love Song” with a love song called “Two Punks in Love” you follow? Heralded as the next big thing out of Canada – bulow delivers a sparse and precious pop ballad that’s early Taylor Swift meets “Hey There Delilah” in 2019.