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My Music Playlist for the End of the World

I've been listening to Grimes' album, Visions, a lot lately.

I feel like a lot of people rag on her because her boyfriend's a capitalist who doesn't believe in corona or whatever but so many people forget that she is one of the most creative artists out there. The fact that she started out making music only in her twenties also makes me respect her a lot. She works hard, and I feel like it pays off.

Here are three of her songs, "Oblivion," "Infinite ❤ Without Fulfillment," and "Symphonia IX (My Wait is U)"

I've also been getting into The Smiths.

I guess I kind of swore off on them because of stereotypes related to their fans, the fact that Morrissey is super problematic, and the fact that I hate the movie 500 Days of Summer, but I finally bit the bullet.

Here's "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" and "William, It Was Really Nothing."

I've also been re-listening to the Submarine soundtrack by Alex Turner, which I guess was released not as the Submarine Soundtrack but as his "Submarine EP."

I've also been liking this song, "Can I Call You Tonight?" Maybe it's just the campiness of it, I don't know.

Honorable mentions go to my favorite bands, Tame Impala, The Strokes (stream their new album The New Abnormal!), and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. I have also been getting into Bauhaus.

I've been trying to play guitar, namely "Meet Me in the Bathroom" by The Strokes, but I think it'll be a while until I can fully shred.

Let's go back home.