Wildcard (week 32):
Leith – Good Time

26-year-old Toronto-born Jessie Munro is currently London-based. In between, she attended Boston’s Berklee College of Music and lived in Los Angeles for a while. Now known as Leith, she already collaborated with talented artists like Dylan Fraser and Matilda Mann. Meanwhile, sheโ€™s steadily building a great portfolio of her own pop tracks. Following a feature on Spotifyโ€™s RADAR Canada, sheโ€™s also heralded as one of BBC Radio 1โ€™s Future Artists.

Good Time is only Leithโ€™s sixth single, four of which can be found on het debut EP, last yearโ€™s Birthdays In July. Her new tune is exactly what it says on the tin: a carefree, fresh, feelgood song. Itโ€™s a high-energy anthem with relatable lyrics that are both honest and funny.

A song of liberation, Good Time is about cutting free of your ties, embracing freedom wherever it can be found. In her own words: โ€œItโ€™s about letting go, feeling liberated and not taking anything too seriously. Weโ€™ve all had amazing nights weโ€™ll never forget and this song is a reminder that you can sweat the small stuff tomorrow.โ€

Long story short: itโ€™s a summer hymn to independence.

Good Time by Leith, my 2000th weekly music tip since 1985, is the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. That means itโ€™ll be featured prominently at the top of the blog for seven whole days.

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In the Wildcards 2023 playlist youโ€™ll find all of this yearโ€™s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.

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