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MBTI Playlist Series - INFP

Playlists hand-crafted by yours truly based based on the 16 mbti types!

Vol. 1 - INFP

(listen here on spotify)

Rocket Man - Elton John

Prey - The Neighbourhood

Snow - The Red Hot Chili Peppers

When The Day Met The Night - Panic! At The Disco

Lovely - Twenty Øne Piløts

Always - Panic! At The Disco

Despair In The Departure Lounge - Arctic Monkeys

Daft Pretty Boys - Bad Suns

Mad As Rabbits - Panic! At the Disco

The Run and Go - Twenty Øne Piløts

Mad Hatter - Melanie Martinez 

Sing - My Chemical Romance

Life Lesson - Dodie Clark

Paris - The 1975

Light the Sky - Grace Vanderwaal

The Ballad of Me and My Brain - The 1975

No. 1 Party Anthem - Arctic Monkeys

Wild Things - Alessia Cara

I Wanna Be Yours - Arctic Monkeys

Tiny Dancer - Elton John

My Propeller - Arctic Monkeys

Underdog - Imagine Dragons

Blue - Troye Sivan

Rosi’s Ideal Arctic Monkeys Setlist

Shoutout to @monsieurlennon @jossmayfair @arcticmonkeyys @train-inthedistance and @esparafuso for tagging me in this painful and brain breaking exercise.

What would your current perfect Arctic Monkeys set list be?
Rules: TLSP and Submarine Soundtrack are off the table but all the AM b-sides are obviously fair game. OKAY let’s do this: Cap 20 songs including the encore (and in order!!) 

(First off. PICKING ONLY 20 SONGS IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE. IT’S LIKE WHEN SOMEONE ASKS ME WHAT MY FAVE AM RECORD IS. Spoiler alert, they’re all my faves. This is like asking a parent to choose a favourite child. Anyway, moving on to this monumental task.)

1- Do I Wanna Know? (I have an intense feeling of nostalgia for the dramatic instrumental intro from the AM era. I swear that intro could raise me from the dead.)

2- I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor (Bonus points if Alex yells out “Señoritas” before starting the song.)

3- The View From The Afternoon (Matt would ABSOLUTELY KILL IT ON THE DRUMS. Bang bang Mr. Drummer Man. Y’all are welcome for that visual.)

4- Fluorescent Adolescent (Cue nostalgia because “The best you’ve ever had is just a memory”. Just punch me in the gut. It would hurt less.)

5- Do Me A Favour (Nostalgia Intensifies.)

6- Cornerstone (I’d like for the audience to pull out cell phones and lighters and wave them in the air dramatically as they belt out this particular tune.)

7- My Propeller (Get everyone going again. Ladies and gentlemen, start your propellers.)

8- Crying Lightning (The guitars in this give me life.)

9- Brianstorm (Mat killing it on the drums once again.)

10 - She’s Thunderstorms (Another guitar-giving-me-life song. Also notice the weather theme.)

11- Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair (The intro to this song also gives me life. Also Alex’s hip movements during this. Only real 90’s kids remember. Reblog if you’re a true 90’s kid.)

12- Library Pictures (#1: The instruments in this song. LIFE GIVING. #2: MOSH PIT.)

13- Fireside (Cue visual of potatoes in a pot, the water reaching a rolling boil. You stare at the bubbling water and feel nostalgia for some nameless lover. Second hand yearning.)

14- Only Ones Who Know (From 0 to 100 real quick. Yearning intensifies.)

15- I Wanna Be Yours (Cell phones and lighters in the air. Sway to the beat. Feel the music cleanse your soul.)

16- Arabella (Allow Alex’s hip movements and stripper moves to kill you slowly and revive you all at once.)

17- You’re So Dark (EVERYONE IN THE AUDIENCE DIES OF SEXUAL FRUSTRATION.)


ENCORE:

18- R U Mine? (The formerly deceased audience returns from the afterlife after hearing the first notes of this song.)

19- Little Illusion Machine (Alex announces a surprise guest. You cannot believe your eyes as Miles Fucking Kane walks onto the stage. THE AUDIENCE FUCKING RIOTS. ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE IN THE MOST AWESOME WAY.)

20- 505 (Alex and Miles perform this pressed against one another as they share a microphone a la TLSP. Tears of joy wash over the faces of everyone in attendance.)

My Propeller - Next Door Edit
Arctic Monkeys
My Propeller - Next Door Edit

Imagine living next door to Alex Turner and every Friday night him and his band rehearse in his garage, because the music is so loud you can hear it through your bedroom walls.