Lonny Editors' Home Playlist Volume Three

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Lonny Editors' Home Playlist Volume Three
Illustrated by Briana Gagnier.

It's too soon to be March already, we know. We're not ready, either. BUT, if the turn of the month means throwing together a new playlist to jive around the home to, we'll take it. 

With the first month of spring, we're focusing on cleaning up, throwing out, and the rise of the female. Women's Day is officially on Wednesday, March 8, so we curated an all-female artist list of jams just for you.

Angela Tafoya, Managing Editor

"Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" by Selena: “My childhood consisted of finding ways to BE Selena. I love her so much!”

"Fantasy" by Mariah Carey:“All hail queen Mariah. This classic will always be welcomed into my musical rotation.”

Briana Gagnier, Senior Designer

"Baltimore" by Nina Simone: "This song’s groovy beat and powerful message make it such a great listen."

"L.E.S Artistes" by Santigold: "One of my favorite high school throwbacks, this song always makes me feel empowered." 

Megan O'Sullivan, Associate Editor

"The Middle" by Maren Morris and Zedd: "Disclaimer: this song will get stuck in your head upon first listen." 

"Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better)" by Felix Jaehn and Jasmine Thompson: "A surefire way to wind up dancing on the bed whilst singing into your hairbrush." 

Shelby Wax, Senior Associate Editor

"Losing You" by Solange: "Since we can never get enough of the Knowles sisters, enjoy this banger that can start a dance party with all your friends. (If you need any choreography, this vid of Bey and Solange can inspire you.)"

"Emmylou" by First Aid Kit: "This folksy song written as a tribute to Emmylou Harris is one of the prettiest things on my playlist. There’s nothing better than an amazing harmony from Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit." 

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