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These Are Our Not-So-Favorite July Tracks

As we know, Music Daily is all about showing great music from worldwide-known artists up to amazing breakout artists the world needs to know about.

Unfortunately, there is also music that we didn’t fall in love with, which we call Scraps.  What are scraps exactly? The songs we thought were not too great but from artists that have other songs worth listening to. We premiered this segment last month! Check out our list of June scraps here. Today, we present you our list for the month of July.

Music Daily July Scraps: Walk Off the Earth – “Love You Right” Ft. Lukas Graham

Describing the track in a press release, WOTE explained, “We’ve all been through relationships full of challenges that are worth fighting for. With ‘Love You Right,’ we wanted to write a song that embodies the ups and downs of this emotional journey and tells the story of two lovers vying for redemption. By communicating the ways that they feel they’ve wronged one another, they’re able to find common ground and make a promise to do better.”

Logic – “My Way”

“My Way” follows a string of solo songs like “Get Up” and “Vaccine,” and the compilation album YS Collection Vol. 1. He also embarked on a new joint project with Madlib, called “MadGic,” with the pair dropping off the records “Mars Only Pt. 3,” “Raddest Dad,” and “Mafia Music.”

The War on Drugs – “Living Proof” 

“Living Proof” finds War on Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel singing sweetly over a swift acoustic strum. Piano, atmospheric synths, and spare percussion help build the song, but there’s not so much of an explosion at the song’s peak as an exhale into a tender guitar solo.

Russ – “Lake Como”

Russ breaks out his singing voice on the new track with some melodies and refrains. Some of his vocal sounds can sound strained or muffled. He sings about taking his girl around the world. 

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