22 Songs To Broaden Your Horizons
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22 Songs To Broaden Your Horizons

There comes a day when you need to put the Hamilton soundtrack on the back-burner.

22 Songs To Broaden Your Horizons

Everyone loves music. So much that I'd be slightly concerned if I came across someone that didn't. It's good for everything from crying your eyes out over heartbreak to dancing around with your friends. If you're anything like me, there comes a day when you need to put the Hamilton soundtrack on the back-burner and broaden your horizons. So, here are a few of my go-to songs, and by a few I mean 22.

1. Missing You- All Time Low

2. The Sound- The 1975

3. Castle On The Hill- Ed Sheeran

4. When You Love Someone- James TW

5. A Lovely Mess- Front Porch Step

6. Is There Somewhere- Halsey

7. Noserings and Shoestrings- Nina Nesbitt

8. The Devil's Tears- Angus & Julia Stone

9. Dust To Dust- The Civil Wars

10. Lost Boy- Troye Sivan

11. Sweet Disposition- The Temper Trap

12. Boston- Augustana

13. Soap- Melanie Martinez

14. Collar Full- Panic! At the Disco

15. I Can't Stop Drinking About You- Bebe Rexha

16. The Fear- Lily Allen

17. The Girl- City and Colour

18. Sober- Childish Gambino

19. Towers- Bon Iver

20. Love in the Middle of a Firefight- Dillon Francis (ft. Brendon Urie)

21. Lets Dance To Joy Division- The Wombats

22. Sleep On The Floor- The Lumineers



(Spotify did not have Noserings and Shoestrings by Nina Nesbitt)

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