I know this is incredibly late but it’s here now! Here’s all the songs I listened to on repeat during the month of August. I hope you find some new jams!
truth hurts – lizzo
juice – lizzo
boyfriend ft. social house – ariana grande
bb talk – miley cyrus
i get so scared – miley cyrus
pablow the blowfish – miley cyrus
hey look ma, i made it – panic! at the disco
good as hell – lizzo
coloring book – the regrettes
pumpkin – the regrettes
stop and go – the regrettes
i dare you – the regrettes
dress up – the regrettes
more than a month – the regrettes
slide away – miley cyrus
people – the 1975
motivation – normani
false god – taylor swift
cruel summer – taylor swift
Albums that I had on repeat:
- Lover by Taylor Swift
- How Do You Love? by the Regrettes
Let me know what you’ve been listening to!
Here are all the songs I listened to in the month of May! To be completely honest, I listened to less than I usually do. I did jam to the 1975 most of the month in preparation and after the concert I went to. But, I only put two of their songs that I seemed to be listening to way more than the rest of their music. Hopefully, you find some new music today! If you want to listen, here’s a link to the spotify playlist.
boys will be bugs – cavetown
formation – beyonce
man! i feel like a woman! – shania twain
don’t touch my hair – solange
michael in the bathroom – be more chill
K – mac demarco
infections of a different kids – AURORA
you – the 1975
i like america & america likes me – the 1975
earfquake – tyler, the creator
i think – tyler, the creator
guiltless – dodie
i wanna be your girlfriend – girl in red
4am – girl in red
What have you been listening to this month?
So, I recently drove to Atlanta to see the 1975 in concert. It was one of the best concert experiences of my life but I had an extra few hours to go do something in Atlanta so automatically, I looked up bookstores in Atlanta. I found two next to each other that I really wanted to go to so I went!
First, I visited Charis Books & More (A Feminist Bookstore)! It’s set up in a little, cozy home in Decatur.
This is literally my dream bookstore. All I read is books on feminism, feminist lit, etc. I also read a lot of social science books which is what most of their books would be categorized under. They had a bunch of cute knick knacks too and I wish I could’ve gotten some but I felt rushed by my dad so I just got the book I was originally looking for. I ended up getting the Stonewall Reader edited by the New York Public Library. I truly wish I could’ve spent more time in this bookstore and more money but I was already kind of late to check in at the hotel so I had to leave.
After that, I decided to drive to Half Priced Books down the street. It wasn’t very far from this bookstore so why not. I also have always heard bookstagrammers/booktubers going to Half Priced Books and finding insanely good deals so I finally decided to visit. I wasn’t entirely impressed at the organization but it was probably just random customers faults. (There was just a lot of randomly misplaced books). I was looking for a very different titles that are fairly new so I’m not surprised I didn’t find them. I ended up getting Vox by Christina Dalcher because It’s on my TBR for this year. Hopefully, I’ll get around to it!
And of course, after visiting both these bookstores, I saw the 1975 live. I’ve gone to a few concerts in my lifetime. I’d say about seven shows maybe? I’ve never been to an amphitheater show, though. This was at the Chastain Park amphitheater in Atlanta and wow, it was beautiful. It was so hot but It’s okay because my makeup melted off during the continuous hours of dancing. I have never felt more myself than I did at this concert and I’m so happy I randomly spent the money and decided to go. The 1975 have such great stage presence and I love Matty so much that seeing him in person just felt special. If he just sat there and talked, I wouldn’t even mind.
My favorites songs that they performed were probably
- I Like America & America Likes Me
- I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)
- Love It If We Made It
I’m not kidding, I freaked out when they decided to do encore and start off with Love It If We Made It. It’s my favorite song of the new album and it means so much to me for so many different reasons. I feel so lucky to have seen them live and I hope everyone else who listens to them someday gets the chance to as well.
I’m definitely going to buy tickets to their next tour because I’ve never danced at a concert like that. I didn’t even care about embarrassing myself or anything. It was so, so great.