Spring Groove Songs

1.   Pharrell   Williams   –   Happy:


 - “Happy” is considered to be one of the most optimistic tracks ever


- Its video has been promoted as the first 24 hours lasting video in the world, integrally uploaded on the website 24hoursofhappy.com


 - The single will be on Pharrell's second studio album, “G I R L”, scheduled to be released in 2014.


- The song has been composed for the “Despicable Me 2” Soundtrack.


- “Happy” debuted directly on #1 in Billboard Hot 100 and in many other music charts from 15 countries worldwide.


2.   Coldplay   -   Paradise:


- "Paradise" is the second single from their fifth studio album, "Mylo Xyloto"


- Nominated for a Grammy Award, in the category Best Pop Duo/Group Performance


- At the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards the song won the award for Best Rock Video


- "Paradise" became a top 5 hit in sixteen countries


- "Paradise" was the biggest-selling rock single of 2011 in the UK, with sales of 410,000 copies. 


3.   Klingande   –   Jubel: 


- "Jubel" is named after the Swedish word that means "Joy"


- The song Jubel by Klingande has been listed for 158 weeks in 12 different charts


- Its peak position was number 1, on the Austria Singles Top 75, Belgium Singles Top 50, Germany Singles Top 100 and Swiss Singles Top 75, it stayed there for 14 weeks.


4.   The   Verve   -   Bitter Sweet   Symphony:


- Lead track on their third studio album, "Urban Hymns" (1997)


- Number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 US


- Regarded as the band's signature song and one of the defining tracks of the Britpop era


- "Bitter Sweet Symphony" has featured in best ever song polls.


5.   Katie   Melua   -   Nine   Million   Bicycles:


 - number five on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Melua's first top five hit as a solo artist


- the inspiration for the song came during a visit to Beijing with her manager, Mike Batt. Their interpreter showed them around the city and told that there are supposedly nine million bicycles in the city.

welcome spring