Wrapping Up January 2022's Best Songs: Bülow, Conan Gray, Renforshort, Holly Humberstone, and Many More
Holly Humberstone always dazzles with her understated ballads, but "London Is Lonely" hits especially hard. I've already written my review of this song, so for this blurb, I figured I'd offer a testimonial from my mom who I played the song for on release day. She said that she rarely loves a song on the first listen, but this one was already among her favorites.
As far as the bar goes for the first new song I heard in 2022, "Drunk Text Me" sets it pretty high. For fans of "Driver's License," this track speaks to a similar longing for a relationship that's over, even if the end was for the best. The texture and tone of her voice makes your heart ache as she sings about wanting any kind of communication from her ex—even if it is just a drunk text.