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Bands I've Found Recently That You Need In Your Life

So a few weeks ago, I posted in a group I'm in and asked for some music recommendations and they came back with some incredible bands! I've also paid a lot more attention to my Discover Weekly on Spotify recently, and therefore I've found a lot of new bands that are really good! 

The Ones You Forgot - 

They're such an incredibly talented band, and the frontwoman's voice is beautiful! They actually released a new song on the 22nd of July. They're a pop-punk band and I'm really in love with them, they're just so beautiful! I'm honestly becoming obsessed with them! 

My top picks would be - Here Forever and Something For Me. If you like them, then listen to all of their songs because they're great! 

When Nothing Works - 

I've got a review of their first and latest single coming on Saturday, so it's only fair that in preparation for that, I introduce you to them now! They're a post-hardcore/metalcore band, and they're insanely good! Their songs are something else, honestly! Listen to the lyrics in their songs and you'll be blown away! 

My top picks - Coward and Hurt/Heal but make sure you check out Hungover Guilt when it drops on Friday! 

Letdown - 

Letdown are one of the biggest bands I'll be mentioning in this post, but they're in no means a big band! They actually popped up on my Discover Weekly and I really loved their sound, they're a pop-punk/punk rock band. Honestly, they're great! 

My top picks - Pay No Mind and Deficiency 

Cambridge - 

Another band that came up on my Discover Weekly, and they're insanely good, and this just convinces me even more than Australia is home to some of the most incredible bands! They're a super catchy (in my opinion) pop-punk band! 

My top picks - Down and Out and I Found You

Cliffhanger - 

Another band off my Discover Weekly (Spotify really does give me some good recommendations) again, they're a pop-punk band and they're just so good! 

My top picks - Hollowed Out and Diane

Bad Year - 

This is one of the bands that was recommended for me, and when I first heard them I knew I had to feature them at some point! They're a punk rock/pop-punk band and they're just so incredibly talented! 

My top picks - Handshakes and Blackout

Up From Here - 

Again, another recommendation and I really loved their sound when it was sent to me, and I think they're a pretty decent band! 

My top picks - Fake Reciprocating and Another Weakness

Autumn Fires - 

Yet another recommendation and they're incredible! They've actually been announced for Mind Fest 2021 so I'm 100% going to be trying to see them. They have three songs out currently, and they're all great! 

My top picks - Not What I Want, Under Starlight and Waking Up in Vegas.

Young, Planetary - 

Again, another recommendation. They're really good! They're another pop-punk band (what a shock), and they're really good and energetic. I really dig their sound! 

My top picks - Dig and Separate Rides Home

Early Retirement - 

The last bands I want to introduce you to is Early Retirement, yet again, another pop-punk band! They're one of my favourites out of all these bands that I've mentioned on here! They actually released their debut album last month! Possibly a review coming soon! 

My top picks - Dinner for Two and Spellbound


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