These 5 New Songs Will Help You Get Over Your Summer Breakup

There are a few reasons we don't love the end of summer, one of them being closing the chapter on your summer fling.

But have no fear, because these five New Music Friday releases will help you get through your breakup without a hitch.

Girl leaning her head against the wall while listening to her music through her headphones

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1. "Lost & Found" by Betsy

Your ears will instantly perk when you hear pop singer Betsy's voice flowing through your headphones. Her catchy single will remind you that now matter how many times you get knocked down, you'll get back up and everything will be fine.

 

2. "Gravel to Tempo" by Hayley Kiyoko

Indie pop singer Hayley Kiyoko has delivered a powerful anthem about the importance of discovering and accepting yourself. Growing up, you rely on those around you to determine your worth, but that is not how it should be. If you love yourself, then that's all that matters.

 

3. "The Courtyard" by Lolo

The soulful stylings of pop vocalist and singer-songwriter Lolo will tug on your heartstrings. With this song, you'll reflect on how truly important it is for you to be in touch with yourself and your needs rather than everyone else's.

 

4. "New Song" by Warpaint

The best way to get over someone is to fall for someone new. Take it from these lyrics by indie rockers Warpaint: Find your "new song" and move on from that old tune you grew too fond of.

 

5. "F V R" by Janelle Kroll

Indie artist Janelle Kroll packs plenty of emotion into her newest single "F V R" with her soft and harrowing vocals and melodramatic yet upbeat vibes. It'll simultaneously have you missing your former significant other and remembering that you don't need them no more.

 

And because we want you to listen to these songs as easily as possible, we've even gathered them into a Spotify playlist for you:

 

Speaking of new music, if you're hitting up Outside Lands this weekend, make sure to check out the must-see acts by listening to our festival playlist HERE.