Halsey’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Is A Masterpiece

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Okay, we’re about to dive into the layers of my life that I don’t think I have ever mentioned – at least not out loud. I’m not sure if I’m even proud to admit that I once had a tumblr. I really used it for the 1D gifs and trying to be one of the lucky fans who Taylor Swift followed. While we’re here discussing 1D and Taylor, we all watched the Haylor relationship unfold, right? I know, I know. What the hell does this have to do with Halsey?!

5 Seconds Of Summer Is Way More Than A Boy Band

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Alright, as the young woman who knows the newest music and follows any new band around, I’ll be honest, I was a very late fan to 5 Seconds of Summer. I blame this on the fact that I’m 26, and well, their oldest member is 22. However, it didn’t take long for “She Looks So Perfect” to hit my local radio and with those catchy hooks and clever lyrics, I was instantly sold.

Ryann’s Quest For Wild World – The Elusive Bastille Album

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Ed Note: Ryann is an avid Bastille fan and I’ve been receiving very frantic emails from her about her frustration of not knowing when their album was finally releasing. It’s been a long time for a band to finish their sophomore album, and the anticipation honestly has me worried about her sanity. Here, we join her on her quest for their album Wild World.

Engulfed By The Darkness And Euphoria Of HÆLOS

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HÆLOS seem to have emerged out of thin air. The mysterious electronic band consisting of Lotti Benardout, Arthur Delaney, and Dom Goldsmith just released their album ‘Full Circle’ in March. Their music is cinematic and spacey, designed for how you feel after a long night. They wanted to capture the feeling of “treading the line between darkness and euphoria.” That’s exactly what it does, it completely engulfs you.

How To Recover from Post Concert Depression

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Guys, post concert depression is real. You know the feeling. You’ve spent all the time looking forward to the show. You waited in line. You talked to fans. Then you cram into a tiny venue and rock out with like-minded people. Then as soon as the band leaves the stage you are left with this sadness. They’re gone and you’ll never see them again until next year. It’s like falling in love over and over again only to be broken up with at the end of the night. It’s sad and upsetting and you never feel like you fully enjoyed the moment. This happens to me frequently so I’ve come up with a few tips to recover quickly.