I personally prefer rock music. Classic rock, indie rock, whatever, but not heavy metal. Surprising, I know.
When I was a kid, I used to say that rock was my least favorite genre of music, without having ever heard it, because I thought it was all screaming and guitar-smashing. So five-year-old me was grouping all rock with heavy metal. But the irony to this is that all my favorite songs were actually rock, I just didn’t know.
So here are the bands I usually listen to (although I’m open to other songs as well):
- Imagine Dragons!!! – Favorite isn’t a strong enough word to describe how much I love them.
- The Score– Unstoppable
- OneRepublic- Counting Stars, Apologize
- Fall Out Boys
- Bastille- Pompeii!!!
- 21 Pilots
And when I don’t feel like listening to words:
- Lindsey Stirling
Random Fact: I play the flute. Spinette does too, but she played the baritone for a while. I also played the viola for a year (although I can’t really remember how to anymore) and Spinette plays the piano as well.
In this post, I will be writing a list of my favorite things. None of this information is necessarily accurate. I will lie at my discretion. Do not assume anything is absolutely and completely true.
- Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
- The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
- The Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger
- Fantastic Monsters and Where to Find Them
- TV shows
- Heavy storm clouds, right before it rains. (But I’ll take any and all clouds. Clouds make me happy.)
- Chocolate (Darker the better)
- Hot chocolate (with marshmallows and whipped cream)
- Whipped cream (It’s like warm ice cream)
- Ice cream (most flavors)
- deserts in general
- Cranberry juice!!!
- I probably should’ve put Hot Chocolate on this list, not the last because it is technically a liquid and thus a drink. Oh well.
- Orange juice
- Raspberry lemonade
- Fruit punch
- Papermate Clearpoint (0.7, not 0.9, not 0.5)
- Imagine Dragons (also referred to as Envision Dragons)
- Rock, but not heavy metal
- Any Imagine Dragons song, although I have a particular affinity for Gold