5 Underrated Songs You Will Love
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5 Underrated Songs You Will Love

Some of my favorite songs and artists that are highly underrated.

5 Underrated Songs You Will Love
The Head and the Heart

Ever get tired of listening to the same songs over and over again on the radio? Because I do...I have been trying to explore different artists and songs that aren't typically heard over the radio. I have found a lot of great music and learned of different artists I otherwise may not have heard of. I wanted to share 5 of my favorite songs at the moment-- off the radio-- that you may want to give a listen.

1. "You Make Me" -- Chelsea Cutler

I started listening to Chelsea Cutler earlier this past summer after hearing one of her songs play over a video I was watching. I loved the song and after looking her up, I realized I loved all of her music. Her music has a much different feel than what I used to usually listen to. All of her music is really upbeat and positive, which makes me want to listen to it even more. "You Make Me" was the first song I heard by her and ultimately my favorite so far.

2. "Aftertaste" -- Shawn Mendes

I never used to listen to Shawn Mendes because he reminded me of a typical boy band member and someone that only little kids would listen to, for some reason. However, after hearing one of his songs from his album, "Illuminate," I started listening to him more. One of my favorite songs by him at the moment is "Aftertaste" because the lyrics are super meaningful, and the feel of the song is really beautiful.

3. "Higher Ground" -- Odesza

Odesza quickly became one of my favorite artists as soon as I started listening to her music. It has a very different vibe than anything I have ever heard before. Higher ground is one of my favorite songs by her; it's very uplifting and beautiful.

4. "All We Ever Knew" -- The Head and the Heart

The Head and the Heart has really great music; almost reminds me of The Lumineers. They have a very positive sound about their music, especially the lyrics. Listening to "All We Ever Knew" always puts me in a happy and refreshed mood. Perfect for when you need a little lifting up.

5. "First" -- Cold War Kids

The Cold War Kids have to be one of my favorite bands. Their music is so refreshing. For some reason, it reminds me of a sunny, summer day. Especially when I listen to "First," which is my absolute favorite song by them. I highly recommend listening to their music; it is all great music.

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