Monsoon Tunes: 10 Singaporean Songs for the Rainy Times

Monsoon Tunes: 10 Singaporean Songs for the Rainy Times

In partnership with Esplanade’s Baybeats Budding Writers Programme.

It’s difficult to ascertain why, but some songs just seem to sound better when heard amidst a downpour of rain. As the monsoon season rapidly approaches, insulate yourself in the warm, snug embrace of 10 outstanding wet-weather Singaporean music from the likes of Plate, Nxck, Anechois, Tides, Helluva Khai and more.

Resent the humidity which ensues from a monsoon shower? Let B-Quartet’s funk-rocker ‘Dry Rain’ cool you down. If you’re done with 2019, celebrate the passing of the year with 'December Weather' with the boys from Fader. The Glad Stones’ lively ditty ‘Kopitiam Kaki’ brims with local references and is a timely reminder to come in out of the rain by heading to the nearest coffee shop with your bestest pals. If you can’t ‘Sleep’ because of the endless pitter-patter, you might as well let Tim De Cotta serenade you. By the time you’re done listening to The Observatory’s moody epic ‘Wait for the Real Storm’, chances are you’ll be knee-deep in a storm yourself.

Give a listen to the Monsoon Tunes playlist below.