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

 I know I missed last weeks what I'm listening to, but my life was falling apart as I'm sure most of you are aware. So, we're just resuming this week! 

Bands I'm Loving; 

- We Were Sharks
- Light Grey
- Distant Blue
- The Mocking Jays
- Better Anyway
- Give Me A Reason
- Carrington
- Nautical Mile
- Mayday Parade
- Seaway
- OnlyChrisAng
- Young Culture
- Hot Milk
- High Wire
- Misplaced
- Valencia
- Good Hustles
- The Amity Affliction
- Home Wrecked
- Autumn Fires
- Not My Weekend
- John Floreani
- Trophy Eyes
- After Elmer
- Near Mrs
- Holygood
- Cambridge
- The Headspace

Albums I'm Loving; 

- Out of Here by Mayday Parade 
- Big Vibe by Seaway
- Vacation by Seaway
- Young Culture by Young Culture
- The Only Way Is Through by Nautical Mile
- Lost Touch by We Were Sharks
- Dancing With A Ghost by Valencia
- Everyone Loves You Once You Leave Them... by The Amity Affliction
- Let The Ocean Take Me by The Amity Affliction
- This Could Be Heartbreak by The Amity Affliction
- Home Wrecked by Home Wrecked
- Yellow by Not My Weekend
- Sin by John Floreani
- The American Dream by Trophy Eyes
- Look Alive by After Elmer

Songs I'm Loving; 

- Goodbye by OnlyChrisAng
- Good Enough by High Wire
- Always You by We Were Sharks
- July by We Were Sharks
- Ashley by We Were Sharks
- Lux Run Out by Not My Weekend
- Smile by Good Hustles
- I Don't Want To Be by Gavin DeGraw
- Far From Home by Home Wrecked
- whatever makes you feel safe by Distant Blue
- Mrs. David by Seaway
- Big Vibe by Seaway
- Bury Me by Better Anyway
- idk why i try by Misplaced
- fuck that, i'm alright by Misplaced
- Hailey Beverly 2016 by Young Culture
- Glass Spiders by Hot Milk
- Blue by Give Me A Reason
- catharsis by Downcast
- Waking Up In Vegas by Autumn Fires
- Bones by Autumn Fires
- Forest Fire by The Amity Affliction
- Drunk Me by Until You Disappear
- Flowers In May by Stay Free
- Unemployed by Lewis Kelly
- Drop The Act by We Were Sharks

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