List compiled by David Shaw, Social Media Manager at ERA Real Estate

I Can See for Miles – The Who

This classic, recorded in 1967 by Peter Townshend, was the only single from the album and to this day remains one of the most well known (if not most famous!) track by The Who. With its strong bass line and crashing symbols, “I Can See for Miles” is the perfect selection to start off either a relaxing or a productive Independence Day weekend.

The Fighter – Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood

This track by Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood premiered on YouTube this May and has become a viral country hit. The song features a clever country-fusion drum-and-clap beat with feel-good lyrics about camaraderie and being there for people you care about.

Getaway – Tritonal ft. Angel Taylor

A new feel-good track featuring a four-on-the-floor beat, typical EDM drops, glitching, and simple-yet-catchy lyrics.

Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen

Don’t stop me now, because I’m having a good time. I don’t want to stop at all! This song is an absolute classic and boasts the ability to put a smile on your face any time you hear it. The beat-tambourine combination somehow says “time for action!” And, of course, there’s the vocals. We miss you, Freddie.

Walkin’ On The Sun – Smash Mouth

This 90’s track was Smash Mouth’s first major single and features a saucy melody that screams “summer heat” and gives a strong nod to the ska movement with roots in Cali-rock.

Wherever you are this weekend, be safe, be happy, keep good company, and keep on dancing! #ERADanceParty