The 50 Best Indie Love Songs of Valentine’s Day 2020

Get ready for Valentine’s Day with our Top 50 Indie love songs playlist. It’s the perfect playlist to win over your crush or tell your partner how much you care…

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Ryan Boyce – Heavy Set

The Heavy Set, for me, is that thing you can’t explain. Every woman has it. Every many craves it. I wrote this song, tongue in cheek, as a Valentine’s Day gift for my wife. Of course, she wants flowers and diamonds. Look, bottom line is, in a long haul relationship, sometimes you gotta fight like hell to rediscover the adolescent, fun, sexy and spicy attraction that pulled you in to begin with. The Heavy Set is for everyone who’s still crazy enough in love to fight for it. Cheers!

Living Waters – Stay!

A love song celebrating a forever ‘Stay”-type commitment. It was part of Mike McBride’s ‘rebirth’ when he returned to Living Waters.

Oasis – Slide Away

“Let me be the one / that shines with you.” An epic love song from the Gallaghers, in this peerless track from their debut album Definitely Maybe.

Paul Weller – You Do Something To Me

The Modfather comes over all peculiar in this timeless song from his 1995 album Stanley Road.

The Stone Roses – Ten Storey Love Song

“Take my hand baby I’m your man / I got love maybe enough for two.” Ten storeys! He’s that into you! This was the lead track for The Stone Roses’ long, long awaited album The Second Coming (1994).

The Smiths – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out

“And if a double decker bus / Crashes into us / To die by your side / Is such a heavenly way to die.” The most unlikely romantic sentiment ever. courtesy of this Queen Is Dead album track.

Siggie The Vintage Man –  Federales Daughter

It’s about “Love South Of The Border” and make sure she’s not a Federales Daughter.

Catfish And The Bottlemen – Cocoon

“You go all red like the first time – I love it when you do that / God, I love it when you do that.”

Courteeners – Take Over The World

“I think it’s time for me and you to take over the world,” says Liam Fray. And who are we to argue?

The Cure – Lovesong

“However far away, I will always love you.” Robert Smith wrote this for his wife’s wedding present. ‘Nuff said.

The Maccabees – Toothpaste Kisses

“Cradle me, I’ll cradle you / I’ll win your heart with a woop-a-woo!” God, we’ll miss these guys.

 SLOOT – Cold World

My Infulances range from Kiss, Steely Dan, Ramones, Sex Pistols, Gary Allen. and many more. This song is about about my son’s mother who I had to walk away from trying to remind her of how tough the world is to be walking on the path alone without me.

Arctic Monkeys – Do I Wanna Know?

“Do I wanna know / If this feeling flows both ways? / Sad to see you go / Was sort of hoping that you’d stay.” Curious chat from Alex Turner.

Courteeners – That Kiss

Liam Fray sums up the perfect moment exactly: “We probably shouldn’t have danced to that song.”

Cabela and Schmitt –  Right In Line

 Life is an experience of ups and downs and love and fun. So love your life and your Valentine enough to be one of a kind.

Blur – To The End

“Well you and I collapsed in love…” They’ve made it to the end… of what, though?

Eagleman Band – I WANT TO BE WITH YOU

How we may love another one enough to want to be with them always in all that they do.

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