With so much going on in the world, it's important that we take the time out to “switch off” every so often. And while we all have our different ways of relaxing – from yoga to deep breathing techniques – for those of us here at We Are: The Guard, there's no better way to de-stress than by listening to our favorite music.
Did you fall for any April Fools' pranks on Twitter or the 'gram on Monday? As much as we love a good prank here at We Are: The Guard, we don't fool around when it comes to bringing you all of the juiciest celebrity social media highlights.
On “bad guy” burgeoning pop superstar Billie Eilish positions herself as the villain. She doesn’t bother with any of that anti-hero nonsense that’s been the rage for the entire millenium (if not longer). She knows exactly who she is and what she’s doing.
Hello, everyone! How was your weekend?! Did you spend it spinning the new Billie Eilish album?! It's pretty damn good, right?! Billie isn't the only artist who the team and I have had on heavy rotation over the last seven days, however!
Italian rapper Young Signorino's new one, "Mmh Ha Ha Ha," is utterly ridiculous. It may also be the soundtrack for these times. Either way, the beats are fire.
The alt-pop artist, triple-quadruple threat, Sky Ferreira marks her return to music with a disturbingly haunting single. “Downhill Lullaby” leaves listeners nodding their head in approval.
Demanding your attention, DUCKWRTH is giving a whole new meaning to bootay sweat. The charged up single “Unstatus Quo” charges you up and gets you moving thanks in part to it’s electrifying bass guitar.
The Canadian Indie band The Strumbellas tap into their inner Sinead O'Connor for their video of their single “I'll Wait.”
As the working week comes to a conclusion, the team and I are back with all of the biggest vibes to land on the blogosphere over the last seven days. Whatever your plans are this weekend, this playlist is sure to ease you into them in style.
With under a thousand plays on Spotify, Australian songstress Skarlette is an absolute hidden gem silently entering our world with her cinematic single “Where.”

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