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What I'm Listening To...

I decided that I'm going to do this every week probably will fail at doing it every week but that's the aim! It'll be posted on whatever day I decide to post it (at a later date I may give it an official day of the week, but this is just a trial) and I'll post at whatever time I decide to. So if you wish to keep in the loop make sure you follow my blog and you follow my socials! 

So I want to talk about the bands I'm loving, the songs I'm loving and the albums I'm loving. Not necessarily new releases, some will be, some won't be, it's just what I'm listening to a lot! 

So here we go! 

Bands I'm Loving: 

Currently, I'm really loving Green Day, The Mocking Jays, Trophy Eyes, Downcast, Stay Free, Seaway and Biffy Clyro. A lot of them are bands I've loved for a long time! But they're the bands I'm finding myself listening to repeatedly currently! 

Albums I'm Loving: 

So, some of the albums that are on repeat for me currently are, 

American Idiot - Green Day
Fresh Produce - Seaway
The American Dream - Trophy Eyes
Hotel Diablo - Machine Gun Kelly
Like A House On Fire - Asking Alexandria
Sinners Never Sleep - You Me At Six

Songs I'm Loving:

Hero - Weezer
Catharsis - Downcast
My Confession - Left Hand Lane
Funny Bones - The Mocking Jays
Don't Leave Me Now - Stay Free
What A Waste - Divided by Friday
Crazy - Makeout
White Lightning - Home Wrecked 
What You Want - Home Wrecked 
Exhale - Rarity
Why Don't You Get A Job? - The Offspring
Why Are You Here - Machine Gun Kelly
Amsterdam - Melwood
Medicine - Artist vs Poet
Pacifier - Catfish and The Bottlemen 
Bleed It Out - Linkin Park
I'll Be There - Young Culture

That's pretty much this post, so yeah, I'll post a new one next week or the week after! 

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