The perfect musical melody for a broken heart
Music was my guiding light out of heartbreak and now I’ve created a list of five songs to help you get through all the stages of your recent break up.
5. Garden City Movement – Move On
Fittingly, ‘Move On’ will help you do exactly that: move on. The music video is stunning and tells the story of two women falling in and out of love with each other. It’s a beautiful and emotional story which has touched the hearts of many, including the LGBTQ+ community in Russia according to band member Joe Saar.
In the words of the legendary Miss Britney Spears:
4. Arctic Monkeys- Do I Wanna Know?
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3. Khalid – Coaster
Khalid, who burst onto the scene in 2016 with his smash song ‘Location’, got me quite emotional with his mid-tempo bop called ‘Coaster’. His song perfectly describes the roller coaster of emotions following a break up, especially with these lyrics: “Moving on seems harder to do when the one that you love moves faster than you.”
2. Ariana Grande – thank u, next
If anyone knows how to get over heartbreak, it’s Ari. The song “thank u, next” is the epitome of turning your failed relationships into
a hit song a learning experience. Plus, the music video pays homage to Mean Girls and gave us this epic gif of Kris Jenner’s stellar performance as Regina George’s “cool mom”.
Ugh, if only gifs could be framed.
1. Lana Del Rey – Love
Once you’re finally ready to put yourself out there again, this optimistic tune will remind you all is right when you’re “young and in love” and that putting flowers in your hair will always make you feel better.