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Week Three: What I'm Listening To...

Here comes the third instalment of the weekly what I'm listening to, and it also rounds up the first week of daily posting! But don't worry, we've got weeks more content lined up! Believe me, if you saw my drafts and scheduled sections you'd be shocked that I've got all these ideas. I have a massive note on my phone of what I'm putting up when what I'm including in posts and everything! I'm being very organised with all of this!  

So I'm going to be looking at my Obscurify and also, just stating the songs I know have been on repeat! 

Bands I'm Currently Loving; 

- Nautical Mile
- Holygood
- New Found Glory
- The Mocking Jays
- Trophy Eyes
- The Story So Far
- Knuckle Puck 

In short, very pop-punk heavy this week, just give me all the pop-punk! 

Albums I'm Currently Loving; 

- Identity Crisis by WSTR
- Forever and Ever x Infinity by New Found Glory
- The Only Way Is Through by Nautical Mile
- The Story So Far's live album
- Copacetic by Knuckle Puck
- Distant Like You Asked by Like Pacific 

Songs I'm Currently Loving; 

- Spin The Bottle by Nautical Mile
- Better Off Before by Holygood
- Disdain by Knuckle Puck
- Trophy by New Found Glory
- Breathe by Knuckle Puck
- Over & Over by Call It Off 
- Fall by Neck Deep
- End Of The Road by Machine Gun Kelly (Still) 
- Pyromance by Indighxst (Still)
- Louder Than Words by Holygood (Still) 
- I'll Be There by Young Culture (Still) 
- Funny Bones by The Mocking Jays (Still) 
- Bad News by Best of Enemies

That's pretty much it, that's the stand out tracks. I listen to a lot of music, I listen to music for hours every day, so I listen to a lot of different stuff! But that's what's on repeat. If you have any recommendations just let me know and I'll give them a listen! 

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