Pandemic Playlist: 'Just Eat It'! Here are 5 top tracks that will make you grab a burger and some fries

Pandemic Playlist: 'Just Eat It'! Here are 5 top tracks that will make you grab a burger and some fries
'Harold And Kumar Go to White Castle' is all about some binging (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Feeling a little hungry as you wait out your days at home as the world around you social-distances itself amid the coronavirus pandemic? Ever noticed the thrill one gets when grabbing a bag of popcorn to a movie premiere or munching on some chips to a series marathon? The good ol' "Netflix and chill", for some, is "Netflix and chill, and eat". 

Well there surely has to be a similar craving for those who deem music as their entertainment god, and just fancy a satisfying munch fest along with their favorite tunes. So, check out our list of songs that would make you hungry... Yes, exactly that.

The Automatic - 'Interstate'

What better way to start your morning in isolation at home than starting the day with energy, and lots of it. A music video makes a suitable first choice into the playlist and while stuck inside our digital world within the walls of our homes, the imagery of glorious food has to be the first sense to inspire our hunger.

In The Automatic's single 'Interstate', the music video places juicy shots of burgers and sundaes betwixt the uptempo, hard-driven track as the band rocks out.

Welsh post-punk revival band The Automatic had their beginning in early '90s under a different name and the band released their first full-length studio album in 2005 named 'Recover'. The group released numerous hits such as 'Secret Police', 'Gold Digger' and more, but most notably was their 'Monster' single which released in 2006 and made No. 4 in the UK Singles Chart.

Listen to 'Interstate' if you are inclined to energy-filled mornings with some racy hard rock music.


Jack Johnson - 'Banana Pancakes'

In a world that may appear glum to some, why not get a little simplistic with some banana pancakes?  American singer-songwriter Jack Johnson has become famously known for his unique take on soft rock and acoustic genres. He has produced hits like 'Good People', 'Upside Down', 'Bubble Toes' and many more. In 'Banana Pancakes', which comes off his 2005 album 'In Between Dreams', Johnson sings, "Well can't you see that it's just raining? Ain't no need to go outside... But, baby, you hardly even notice. When I try to show you this. Song is meant to keep you from doing what you're supposed to".

Listen to 'Banana Pancakes' here.

Gym Class Heroes - 'Cookie Jar ft. The-Dream'

Refer to the line "Can't keep my hands, my hands, my ha... my" and we will let you figure out why we are including this one. 'Nuf said!

Watch 'Cookie Jar' here.

Beastie Boys - 'Egg Man'

How do we like our eggs? The Beastie Boys come in strong on 'Egg Man'. Their dynamic phat beats and scratchy instrumentals gained them huge success, both critically and commercially. With seven platinum-selling albums from 1986 to 2004, the Beastie Boys were one of the longest-lived hip-hop acts worldwide.


"Weird Al" Yankovic - 'Eat It'

With Michael Jackson 'Beat It' parody cover 'Eat It', Weird Al brings one of his biggest hits. His music videos bear a striking similarity to the covered artists' visuals from a parallel comedic universe. The lyrics take the spotlight here and we are reminded to "just eat it" as Weird Al sings it.

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