Playlist for Introverts
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Playlist for Introverts

Or you know, the 2000's "emo" kids.

Playlist for Introverts

Music is something that can be so powerful to a person. It can change your mood or trigger a memory that you forgot even happen. Music has become a big part of peoples' lives that you can tell how someone feels by what they're listening to. But it can also help a person recharge. Introverts are people who can get physically and mentally drained when they're around people for too long and sometimes they just need to recharge. Music is a great escape from reality and can allow an introvert to really get out of their head and recharge. Here are a few of my personal favorite songs to listen to when I need a recharge (some I stole from my boyfriend's playlists).

Yellow by Coldplay

Anna Sun by WALK TH MOON

Alone By Your Side by J'San

Twin Sized Mattress by The Front Bottoms

Beverly Hills by Weezer

Any Arctic Monkeys Song

Skeleton by The Front Bottoms

Robbers by The 1975

Drew Barrymore by Bryce Vine

A Car, A Torch, A Death by Twenty-One Pilots

Cigarette Daydreams by Cage the Elephant

Live That Long by Lewis Del Mar

Roaring 20's by Panic! at the Disco

XO by The Eden Project

Temporary Bliss by The Cab

Scar Tissue by The Red Hot Chili Peppers

Jet Pack Blues by Fall Out Boy

Pick mE A PartE! by Knowmads

Up the Wolves by The Mountain Goats

Blood (hidden track) by My Chemical Romance

Sail Up The Sun by Dylan Owen

5:32pm by The Deli

Pablo Picasso by Citizen Cope

Son's Gonna Rise by Citizen Cope and Carlos Santana

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