this playlist is so different from my usual rock-esque music, i’m trying to expand my taste. // what type of music do you listen to? leave recommendations, please.

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this playlist is so different from my usual rock-esque music, i’m trying to expand my taste. // what type of music do you listen to? leave recommendations, please.


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loveeee amber run! and I’ve kinda been working on trying out new genres as well though I’m not really sure if I’ve actually crossed into new genres or just new artists in the same genres 😂
i really like grunge and alt rock (highly recommend Linkin Park)
though I will say, three songs I’m really digging right now are 1983 by weathers, pillars of salt by slowcoaching, and heartless by dermot kennedy (cover for Spotify singles)
i recommend panic! at the disco 😂 they change their style of music every album & every time it’s freaking amazing 👏🏼
oof nice song choice, I’m not really into grunge-type of songs, but I like some of them.
I listen to Oh Wonder Lose it jerry folk remix-xxx (idk how you spell his name) Jocelyn Flores- Au/Ra Panic room.
And 17 Youth Lagoon.
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ocean eyes - billie eilish, shotgun - george ezra, ends of the earth - lord huron, symmetry - colouring, psycho - post malone, hotel california - the eagles, fat bottomed girls - queen, you and me - niall horan, little black dress, olivia - one direction, love me - the 1975
oH also live well by palace :))))
hope u like them !!
i only recently started listening to them & brendon’s voice is freaking amazing 👏🏼
ahhhh thank u sm 💕
also, i’ve seen your art & im absolutely blown awayyy like daM
np! & ooo ur too sweet <3
playlist in bio :)
he definitely does!! ♥️
It was good fren. :)
True.
you’ve listened to weathers before?! do you have a favorite song by them?
so like happy pills used to be my least favorite for some reason until I experienced it live and realized how amazing it is. same thing with dirty money. but I’ve still gotta say my favorites are shallow water and 1983
yeah I honestly could have the album on repeat forever and never get tired of it