Subtle Studying Songs

    For Good Days and Bad

    Sometimes when you’re studying, it can be a bit hard to concentrate with lots of background noise or even with none at all. Sometimes a song is the only solution. If you’re like me, and you tend to be more focused while listening to music, then I have the perfect life of songs for you that aren’t too distracting or too subtle.

     

    1. “Lovesong” by Adele
    2. “Running Away” by AM
    3. “Golden Fleece” by Amy Shark
    4. “Deleted” by Amy Shark
    5. “Don’t Go” by Benton Paul
    6. “Sandcastles” by Beyoncé
    7. “Dancing On My Own” by Calum Scott
    8. “The Scientist” by Coldplay
    9. “Fix You” by Coldplay
    10. Dean Lewis’ EP Same Kind of Different – All of his songs are just perfect, definitely worth discovering.
    11. “The A Team” by Ed Sheeran – “This,” “Lego House,” “Autumn Leaves,” and “Sunburn” all from the album ‘+’ are also amazing.
    12. “Afire Love” by Ed Sheeran – “Shirtsleeves,” “Even My Dad Does Sometimes,” and especially “One” and “Tenerife Sea” are incredible songs from my favourite album of his, ‘x.’
    13. “Hearts Don’t Break Around Here” by Ed Sheeran – “How Would You Feel” and “Save Myself” are others from his album Divide.
    14. “Hurricane Drunk” by Florence + The Machine
    15. “Fire Escape” by Foster the People
    16. “I Don’t Wanna Love Somebody Else” by A Great Big World
    17. “Want You Back” by HAIM
    18. “All the Bright Places” by Haley Jonay
    19. “Ghost” by Halsey – “Colors” is another great one from her album BADLANDS.
    20. “Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles
    21. “Need the Sun to Break” by James Bay – Some others by him that can be useful include “Let It Go,” “Scars,” and “Incomplete” from Chaos and the Calm.
    22. “If Only as a Ghost” by Jonas Alaska
    23. “Million Miles Away” by Keegan Allen
    24. “Jealous” by Labrinth
    25. “Big Picture” by London Grammar
    26. “The Night We Met” by Lord Huron
    27. “Liability” by Lorde
    28. “My Tears Are Becoming a Sea” by M83 – Their entire playlist is without words. “Wait,” “Outro,” and basically everything they’ve ever written are perfect for studying.
    29. “Greatest Prize” by Nat & Alex Wolff
    30. “Make Me (Cry)” by Noah Cyrus
    31. “Fireflies” by Owl City
    32. “My Heart With You” by The Rescues
    33. “Sad Beautiful Tragic” by Taylor Swift – This song is from her album Red and is a beautiful tune with no beat drops or surprises to keep you focused. Basically the whole album fits the same description, so I recommend adding them all to your playlist.
    34. “THE QUIET” by Troye Sivan – “TALK ME DOWN,” “HEAVEN,” “LOST BOY,” and “BLUE” from Blue Neighbourhood also work.
    35. “We All Die Trying to Get It Right” by Vance Joy – “Mess Is Mine,” “From Afar,” “Georgia,” “Red Eye,” and “Best That I Can” from Dream Your Life Away are fitting.
    36. “Cherry Wine” by Hozier
    37. “Grow” by Frances
    38. “All I Want” by Kodaline
    39. “Oblivion” by Indians
    40. “Without Words” by Ray LaMontagne
    41. “Nothing Arrived” by Villagers
    42. “Somebody Else” by The 1975
    43. “All of the Stars” by Ed Sheeran
    44. “Long Way Down” by Tom Odell
    45. “Not About Angels” by Birdy
    46. “Unsteady” by X Ambassadors
    47. “Sleep on the Floor” by The Lumineers
    48. “Not Alone” by Harry Gardner
    49. “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Twenty-One Pilots
    50. “Hold On Forever” by Rob Thomas
    Hannah Green
    Literature-driven Hannah Green is a sixteen-year-old student in NSW Australia with a passion for writing. This spark grew from before she turned four, and since then she has been reluctant to abandon her ambition. She also works at a bookstore, which is the best retail job she could ask for. Her creative flair yearns for books, photography, and drama. Hannah’s goal in life is to have a book published, no matter how successful, and she is currently working on her very own YA novel. Writing for Germ Magazine is a dream come true for her, as she aspires to follow in Jennifer Niven’s footsteps, slowly making the world a better place -- one carefully crafted sentence at a time. She is a strong believer of the fact that everybody is immensely beautiful and worthy, so if she can convince one person of this through her words, then she has fulfilled her purpose.

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