The most upbeat songs to stream for free on HUAWEI Music

Your virtual party playlist

Who likes free music?

Well you’re in luck – as HUAWEI Music are giving you three months of their VIP service for free.

The streaming service has just launched in the UK and Europe, and they’re treating you to three months of all your favourite songs streamed at the highest quality, for nothing.

HUAWEI Music is filled with everything you’d want from your music provider. You can download the songs to listen to offline, and there’s a Shazam-like feature where if you hear a song you don’t recognise, the player will be able to detect what it is. Plus, it’s crammed with curated playlists for all your isolation activities – from cooking or daily exercise, to your evening video-chat disco.

Fully licensed by big name labels like Universal, Sony and Warner, it offers over 50 million tracks and 1.2m albums in its library. To put it into perspective – that’s 300-years of non-stop music by all your favourite artists! From The Strokes to Dua Lipa, you can listen to all the best new releases as well rediscovering stone cold classics. And to get you started, here are 10 of the most upbeat songs to stream for free on HUAWEI Music, to help ease you through the current weird state of the world.

Dua Lipa – ‘Don’t Start Now’

Dua Lipa’s recent album ‘Future Nostalgia’ is full of impossibly catchy tunes, and you can stream them all on HUAWEI Music! Start with this banger, and then put the rest of the record on repeat.

A$AP Rocky – ‘Sundress’

Who knew that A$AP Rocky and Tame Impala were a match made in heaven. On ‘Sundress’ Rocky samples the psych rocker’s ‘Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind?’, infusing the woozy riffs with his slick vocals, and the results are a slice of musical sunshine.

Foals – ‘In Degrees’

Foals excellent fifth album ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1’ is available to stream on HUAWEI Music, so why not revisit this total thumper – it’s guaranteed to get things going during a big night on the kitchen tiles.

Paramore – ‘Hard Times’

Oh for it to be summer 2017 again – when the world was a little less weird and we were hearing Paramore’s new wave smasher ‘Hard Times’ for the first time. Still we can recreate the sunny afternoons spent in parks to the soundtrack of the band’s synth-pop bop with pals from lockdown, with HUAWEI Music’s Party Mode. On it you can connect your phone up to your mate’s devices, and listen to the same playlist in sync; the only decision you’ll have to make is who gets to be DJ?

Georgia – ‘Never Let You Go’

In case you missed it, Georgia’s second album ‘Seeking Thrills’ came out at the beginning of the year, and it’s absolutely excellent. A collection of dancefloor-ready tunes that fans of Robyn will love, take a listen to the stonking ‘Never Let You Go’ and see how long it takes you to get hooked.

Lorde – ‘Green Light’

Few songs are able to conjure up the sense of euphoria that ‘Green Light’ musters. From the dramatic opening piano chords that eventually grow into the massive sing-along chorus, this is another one to blast on Party Mode as you and your mates dance around your respective bedrooms – hairbrush microphone optional.

Kasabian – ‘Ill Ray (The King)’

Look, we might not be able to go to festivals this summer, but why not recreate the experience by sitting in the garden with a few pints, listening to festival anthems – like this one from Kasabian – on HUAWEI Music? Camping overnight, optional.

Anderson .Paak feat. Kendrick Lamar – ‘Tints’

This collab from Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar is effortlessly cool. Stream it, turn it up loud and get ready to make your pals nights when you put it on Party Mode.

The 1975 – ‘TooTimeTooTimeTooTime’

As we eagerly wait for the next The 1975 album, why not take the time to dive back into the band’s excellent third album ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’, starting with the bubblegum-pop silliness of ‘TooTimeTooTimeTooTime’?

The Strokes – ‘Someday’

If you’re anything like us you’ll have spent the past few weeks listening to The Strokes’ most recent album ‘The New Abnormal’ on repeat; but why not use your new HUAWEI Music subscription to indulge in the band’s back catalogue? Starting with this timeless classic, quickly followed by the rest of debut album ‘Is This It’.

HUAWEI Music are offering three months of their VIP streaming service for free – click here to try Huawei Music for free now!

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