Mesmeriser share 10 tracks for getting through a rough Sunday morning

Last week, Sydney three-piece Mesmeriser released their new video for Hello Sunday Morning… and it was a very informative look at how to recover from a big Saturday night.

So we caught up with the boys to grab their ultimate playlist for making it through a rough morning on the sabbath day. Take it away lads.

Fresh off the release of their incredible new video for Hello Sunday Morning, Sydney outfit Mesmeriser run us through 10 tracks that’ll help you through a rough Sunday morning.

Arctic Monkeys – Star Treatment

Moody, theatrical and smooth. You really shouldn’t feel like this much of a rockstar in the state you’re in…

Fleetwood Mac – Landslide

Oh yeah, Sunday morning is definitely the time to put your entire life into perspective. *tissues not included

Kali Uchis – After the Storm

What goes around, eventually comes back to you, so you gotta be careful baby and look both ways before you cross my mind” was the missing piece of the puzzle in deciphering the hieroglyphs. Seriously, look it up.

Kanye West – Devil in a New Dress

If this song can help me get to sleep on a plane, then it’ll do wonders for you after the night you had. Pairs well with any flavoured gatorade.

Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman

No jokes on Glen, never.

The Eagles – Desperado

If this doesn’t sum up your life in 3 minutes and 34 seconds, then I guess you must’ve had a ‘fantastic upbringing’ with parents who ‘loved’ you, and for that, I will never forgive you.

BRONCHO – Fantasy Boys

Someone once called this song ‘Whiny Grunge’. That person has learnt the swift justice of my Instagram unfollow. Checkmate, uncultured swine.

Beach House – Walk in the Park

So how DID I meet your mother? I shazamed her in a Vans store. Just saved ya 8 million leg-whatever jokes. Thank me later. Honestly though, tune in kids, there ain’t many songs as pure.

Crystal Castles – Not In Love (ft. Robert Smith)

Head banging while in the fetal position? Same!

Mac Demarco – Chamber Of Reflection

In a perfect world I wouldn’t use humour to deflect from ever say anything meaningful or nice.

Listen to Hello Sunday Morning now.