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20 Artists I Can't Stop Listening To

I may be inconsistent with my musical artists, but at least there's variety.

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20 Artists I Can't Stop Listening To

The music I listen to depends on my mood, so there is a wide range of artists I can't get enough of — here are the top twenty as of late.

1. Gracie Abrams

This woman is so underrated. Please do yourself a favor and listen to "This Is What It Feels Like".

2. Phoebe Bridgers

IMAGINE HAVING THAT MUCH TALENT.

3. Beirut

They just have a super unique sound; you can't find any other group to come even close to it!

4. The Front Bottoms

5. Mt. Joy

I love the granola stuff.

6. Ed Sheeran

7. Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift possesses more talent in one finger than I do in my whole body.

8. Olivia Rodrigo

The same as above, what the heck.

9. Lizzy McAlpine

10. CAAMP

More granola for your playlists.

11. The Lumineers

The Lumineers will never be out of style and will never produce a bad album.

12. Modern Baseball

Listen to "Your Graduation" and thank me later.

13. The Backseat Lovers

14. Jonah Kagen

15. Lorde

What a literal goddess of a woman.

16. Thirty Seconds To Mars

OK, the rest of these are pretty angsty. I recently woke up feeling some type of emo and it has been a rollercoaster ever since.

17. Fall Out Boy

FOLIE A DEUX!!!!

18. Rise Against

19. Three Days Grace

They are just so angry, I love it.

20. Yellowcard

Definitely look into them and then look into videos of Jordan Fisher singing "Ocean Avenue".

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