Spotify Playlist: Summer Vibes at The Greenbank
We at The Greenbank are all into our music − be it soft acoustics, rock ‘n’ roll, jazz or pop, we understand that everyone has a genre they love, which is why we’ve created our very own Spotify playlists to share with you. We have many playlists available for different moods, different spaces around the hotel and different times of the year, for you to get your music fix. We want to share music that are your old time favourites, ones that have been slowly forgotten, or even music you might not have heard before.
We have summer vibes on our mind, which is why we’ve created a playlist with all our best-loved summery songs to get us in the mood for those long sun-kissed evenings. Think throwback tunes to up-and-coming artists – we’ve got something for everyone to move their feet along to!
To listen to our tracks on Spotify, all you need to do is register with Spotify and follow us on gbhotel. Alternatively, feel free to listen to the songs from “Summer vibes at The Greenbank” playlist below. Want to add your favourite songs to our playlists? Share your music ideas on social media by using the hashtag #gbtunes.
The Greenbank Team
For our summer vibes playlist, we asked some of the team here at The Greenbank what their number one summer song for 2018 to be…
Gina, Financial Controller: Sunny by Bobby Hebb. “The ultimate track for summer.”
Abby, Marketing Manager: Old Pine by Ben Howard. “It reminds me of travelling around Cornwall in the campervan.”
Emma, Guest Relations Manager: Do It Like You Do by KAWALA. “The tune is just so catchy, I can’t stop singing it!”
Jane, Wedding & Events Manager: Beyond The Sea by Bobby Darin. “You can’t get much better than this.”
Nicola, Receptionist: Waves by Mr Probz. “A relatively recent song that I just can’t stop listening to.”
Olivia, Bar Team: Shape of You by Ed Sheeran. “I love anything by Ed Sheeran, so he’s my top summer pick.”
Tom, Head Porter: Music Sounds Better With You by Stardust. “This song reminds me of camping with my mates when I was a teenager.”
Ross, Sous Chef: Summer of ’69 by Bryan Adams. “The song speaks for itself really – a summer tune at its finest.”