The summer’s most celebratory holiday is upon us. Whether it’s a live show or blasting a soundtrack at your backyard barbeque, music always plays an important role in July 4th festivities. Perhaps that’s a reason why there are so many great songs that are named 4th of July.
Three short years ago, we longed for the day where this holiday could be shared with friends, family, and neighbors. We dreamed about how something so simple, like walking across the street to have a hot dog and beer would never be taken for granted again. With that, we envisioned that when we do reconvene, the July 4th holiday will feel triumphant.
Now, 4th of July music takes on a different meaning. Regardless of the artist, they take on that additional meaning, of appreciating the fact that we get to listen to them together. Furthermore, this song title and theme spans multiple genres. The great songs listed here that entitled “4th of July” are by a wide-range of artists.
We have rock, R & B, pop, and indie artists who all have songs under this title. In addition, each song is flexible enough where it can find its place in your playlist. Although it will most likely get spun more frequently during this time of year, these are also songs acceptable to listen to at any time.
Believe it or not, there was a significant list of songs entitled “4th of July” to pick from here. Here are a few artists worth mentioning that although they are not in our top four, also are worthy of point out.
Cold War Kids
The Parlor Mob
The Parlor Mob
With further ado, here are 4 great songs to crank up this week that are all entitled “4th of July.” The place perfectly next to any Jimmy Buffet song or “Born In The U.S.A.” rendition you already have in your party playlist.