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Week Fifteen: What I'm Listening To (Small Band Addition)...

This post marks the end of Small Band Week 1, however, because bands are lovely and because I actually have some ideas, next week we're doing Small Band Week as well, so week 2 starts tomorrow! If you're unfamiliar with what Small Band Week is and has been, it's pretty much me only talking about small bands, no big bands insight. All my content has been about small bands, 99% of my tweets have also been about small bands (or my blog which has been about small bands all week). So, here we are. The end of week one, I have mainly only listened to small bands all week, there was 2 hours worth of TAA listening this week at max, so here we go. What small bands I've been listening to this week; 

Bands I've Been Loving; 

- Light Grey
- The Mocking Jays
- Distant Blue
- Young Fatigue
- Downcast
- Cambridge
- Better Anyway
- Nautical Mile
- Home Wrecked
- Decay
- Near Mrs
- My Latest Failure
- Autumn Fires 
- Don't Forget Rupert
- Best of Enemies
- The Half Eight
- Good Hustles
- Holygood
- Ollie Hayes
- Charles Darling
- gutt (20)
- Seasonal
- Give Me A Reason
- When Nothing Works
- The Ones You Forgot
- Four Thousand Miles

Albums/EP's I've Been Loving:

- Home Wrecked by Home Wrecked
- Beginners Luck by Light Grey
- The Love Era by The Mocking Jays
- MYMINDISOUTOFME by Distant Blue
- Staring At The Sun by Decay
- The Only Way Is Through by Nautical Mile
- 28 Years Ago by Cambridge
- Failures, Vol 1 by My Latest Failure
- Full Circle by Don't Forget Rupert
- Sorry State by Best of Enemies
- A Fear The Comes Around by Best of Enemies
- Mad Love by Ollie Hayes
- Brighter Roads by Seasonal

Songs I've Been Loving; 

- Bitter by Light Grey
- Funny by Give Me A Reason
- I Can't Say This To Your Face by Better Anyway
- Afterthought by Better Anyway
- Settle Down by Light Grey
- Electric Blue by Charles Darling
- Dealing With A Broken Heart by Ollie Hayes
- Lemonade by The Mocking Jays
- Headlights by Near Mrs
- The Way We Used To Be by Cambridge
- Dislocation by Young Fatigue
- Pretty Now by Young Fatigue
- User_name by Light Grey
- Kiss My Neck by The Mocking Jays
- t-bane by gutt (20)
- Drunk Me by Until You Disappear
- Distance by Until You Disappear


There are so many more songs I've been listening to, and I've had the Small Band Appreciation on repeat all week because I honestly love small bands so much! So if you have Spotify, please check out the playlist, and if you don't then pick some bands from the ones I've mentioned and go check them out and show them some love. And remember, if there's some small bands you want me to check out drop me a message and I'll get back to you! 

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