Tunesday: Jimmy Napes


Though the name Jimmy Napes may not sound familiar at first, odds are you may already be acquainted with some of his works. Co-writer of Sam Smith’s “Latch” and “Stay With Me,” Napes is no stranger to the music scene. However, January marks his first debut as a solo artist.
In recent weeks, Jimmy Napes released his new single ‘Give It Up,’ and just today he released music video directed by Luke Monaghan.
Jimmy Napes is sure to be a hit in the coming year.

View his brand new music video here:



Tunesday: The Griswolds


Following last week’s Tunesday post on Walk The Moon, I thought it would only be right if this week I introduced the band who will be opening their tour this spring, The Griswolds.

Another band introduced to me by the dearest Michaela, The Griswolds are easy to love. The indie rock band is self described as “tequila-inspired party pop,” though they are equally as entertaining to rock out to in the car.

Don’t be fooled by their song “Mississippi,” the band actually originated in Sydney, Australia. What’s not to love about good music, good vibes, and good accents?


Below are a few of our favorites:

Beware the Dog

Heart of a Lion

If You Wanna Stay

Tunesday: Walk the Moon


If, like me, you are a fan of Spotify, then the term “New Music Tuesday” may sound familiar. This year I wanted to bring New Music Tuesday in the form of “Tunesday” to the Three Curly Girls site by introducing a new artist that we’ve been particularly enjoying as of recently.

To start off the new year I’d like to introduce a band that has been a favorite in our apartment the past few months. First introduced to me by Michaela, I fell in love with their unique sound and incredible lyrics. In December they dropped their most recent album, Talking is Hard, and I don’t think we listened to anything else for at least a week.

Walk The Moon has easily become my favorite band, and we couldn’t be more excited to see them live this coming March.


Give them a listen:

Walk the Moon – Anna Sun

Walk the Moon – Shut Up and Dance

Walk the Moon – Tightrope