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5 Underrated Songs To Get You Through a Break-Up

Letting go of someone you love is one of the most painful feelings you will have to endure in your life. Thankfully, music exists as a powerful tool to help you digest your hurt. Below is a compilation of recent songs that definitely deserve a listen!

1. Yellow Days – The Way Things Change

This groovy song is about the impermanence of things in life and the importance of not dwelling too much on the past. It is a reassuring reminder that absolutely everyone goes through changes: you’re not alone.

2. Blossoms – There’s A Reason Why (I Never Returned Your Calls)

This head-bopping tune by Blossoms narrates not being over someone and making the conscious choice not to go back to them. Despite the melancholic topic, the lively instrumentals give the overall composition a comforting and hopeful feel.

3. Cuco – We Had to End It

This is a three-chord song by Cuco who sings about being left by someone he thought would share a future with him. It is accompanied by a steady beat and a unison of trumpets that seem to lament along with him.

4. Japanese Breakfast – Boyish

This song is perfect to cry and let your feelings out to. It characterizes the tragedy of feeling inadequate in a relationship that is becoming one-sided.

5. Jonah Renna – Star Destroyer

This slow-paced gem encompasses trying hard to move on. The space-themed title and video seem to remind you of the grand scheme of things; the world is so big and there is so much to live for. Time will go on and you’ll be okay.

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