Ten Love Songs that Make the Perfect Playlist

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It’s Friday! Get up and dance with this playlist of ten love songs to make you feel all the feels.

No Good by Drive!Drive!

Drive!Drive! is an up-and-coming alt pop band based in Nashville. Their song “No Good” is an ode to trying to win over the in-laws. With a synthy sound and killer vocals, “No Good” is perfect for that summer drive on the highway!

Villains by Mainland

Mainland’s bright, upbeat sound will have you dancing along right away. “Villains” just feels like a YA romance novel. Give it a listen and hear for yourself!

You Could Have Been The One by Coasts

Coasts is an electro-indie group from Bristol, England. “You Could Have Been The One” is an upbeat yet heartbreaking anthem of unrequited love and missed chances.

All I Ever Want by Scouuts

I’ve had this one on repeat for WEEKS. “All I Ever Want” combines addictive beats with a dark, grungy tone for a song that’ll have you searching for a bad boy of your own.

Simple as 1, 2, 3 by Jukebox the Ghost

I’ve been a huge Jukebox fan since high school. Their style has varied widely between their albums, but I’ve come back to it every time. “Simple as 1, 2, 3” is an adorable song about striking up a conversation with a handsome stranger. It’ll have you feeling fuzzy inside and singing along.

Graffiti by Chvrches

Chvrches is a synth pop band from Glasgow, Scotland. Electric and sparkly, “Graffiti” is dripping with nostalgia and the feeling of young love. The music video is adorable AF, too.

Nervous Energy by Glades

Glades has one of the smoothest, most addicting sounds on the market right now. The beautiful vocals and heartfelt lyrics make me come back every time “Nervous Energy” sounds the way a first date feels: full of nerves, anticipation and butterflies in your stomach. It’s honest, beautiful and catchy all at the same time.

Wallflowers by The Chain Gang of 1974

This song gives me ALL forbidden love vibes. It’s about two lovers who can’t seem to find a place in their world: only with each other. It’s a true nod to the way in which we sometimes find a home in each other.

I Fell Good About This by The Mowgli’s

The Mowgli’s are a catchy alt-rock band from Venice, CA. “I Feel Good About This” will have you tapping your foot from the opening chords. It’s about two friends who’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places: everywhere but at each other! This song will give you ALL the friends-to-lovers feels.

Starlight by Neverest

Starlight” can only be described as a celebration of the happiness that you can feel when in love. It’s clear that whoever the artist is singing about is someone they love someone very much. It serves as a great reminder that true love is out there—you just have to go and grab it.

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