The Ultimate Dystopian Playlist

Need some music to get your creative juices flowing? We’ve got you covered!

1. Radioactive by Imagine Dragons

2. Bones by Ms Mr

3. Uprising by Muse

4. We Are Responsible by Anna Johnson

5. Anything Could Happen by Elli Goulding

6. Renegades by X Ambassadors

7. Resistance by Muse

8. Stompa by Serena Ryder

9. It’s Time by Imagine Dragons

10. Lantern by Josh Ritter

11. Human by The Killers

12. Final Masquerade by Linkin Park

13. Escape by Kongos

14. Drive it Like You Stole it by the Glitch Mob

15. Edge of a Revolution by Nickelback

16. Crystals by Of Monsters and Men

17. Hero of War by Rise Against

18. Search and Destroy by 30
Seconds to Mars

19. Secrets by OneRepublic

20. Monsters by Matchbook Romance

21. Invincible by Skillet

22. Gold by Imagine Dragons

23. Human Race by Three Days Grace

24. Into the Fire by Thirteen Senses

25. Vox Populi by 30 Seconds to Mars

26. Human by Christina Perri

27. Some Kind of Monster by Neon Trees

28. What I’ve Done by Linkin Park

29. Away From the Sun by Three Doors Down

30. State of My Head by Shinedown

31. Cough Syrup by Young The Giant

32. Sick Of It by Skillet

33. Centuries by Fall Out Boy

34. Mountain At My Gate by Foals

35. Castle by Halsey

36. Pompeii by Bastille

37. Save the World by Swedish House Mafia

38. Who We Are by Imagine Dragons

39. I Own You by Shinedown

40. Collective Amnesia by Rise Against

41. Viva La Vida by Coldplay

42. Inferred by Placebo

43. Young Volcanoes by Fall Out Boy

44. Burn by Elli Goulding

45. Derezzed by The Glitch Mob

46. You Make Me Want to Die by The Pretty Reckless

47. Glittering Clouds by Imogen Heap

48. Outcast by Shinedown

49. Oh, What a Life by American Authors

50. It’s About Time by Young The Giant

51. Kingdom of Rust by Doves

52. Somewhere Only We Know by Keane

53. Kerosene Dreams by X Ambassadors

54. Recondite mixed by Wahbi Abderrahamane

55. Aftermath by Muse

56. Ready, Aim, Fire by Imagine Dragons

57. Empty Gold by Halsey

58. Believer by Imagine Dragons

59. Meet Me On the Battlefield by SVRCINA

60. Feed The Machine by Nickelback

61. The Bad in Each Other by Fiest

62. Warrior by Beth Crowley

63. Midnight City by M83

64. Not Afraid Anymore by Halsey

65. Yamaha by Delta Spirit

66. Beast by Nico Vega

67. Polarize by Twenty One Pilots

68. Gasoline by Halsey

God takes the worst of us, the most shattered and damaged and rebellious and prideful, and reverses our entropy into pulsing life. He sees a desert and says, “I see a garden.” God can take a miserable sinner like me and you and breathe something brand new into these jagged veins. This is the work of Christ, shaping us, connecting us, healing us.

J.S. Park

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dream big, they told us,
as they took control of our minds,
shut all the windows and closed up the blinds.
dream big, they said,
as they pushed us onto paths already paved,
using methods described as depraved.

 they told us to dream big,
but those dreams were never our own,
they were the ones of a brain washed society
that made us feel alone.
they said to dream big,
but by dream they meant fit and by big they meant in,
we couldn’t be smart if we weren’t good at maths,
and we couldn’t be pretty unless we were thin.

dream big, they told us,
as they put a box around each of us,
and when we complained told us to not make a fuss.
dream big, they said,
as they pulled us down away from the sun,
and chained our feet if we tried to run.

they told us to dream big,
but laughed at us and shook their heads when we tried,
then they would cut off our wings
and watched us as we struggled to fly.
they said to dream big,
but ‘no that’s impossible, get your head out of the clouds’
they said we were free but ‘no don’t do that’
that we could be ourselves but ‘no that’s not allowed’.

‘dream big’, they never meant what they told us,
they never meant what they said,
it was just a lie so that we thought we had a choice,
so that we thought we had a voice.
It was just another way to keep us silent and glue shut our eyelids,
because they’re scared of the truth getting out,
scared of losing control to a bunch of misfit kids.

—  the rebels & the dreamers (t.g)
INFJ's are Rebellious?

INFJ’s do have a rebellious nature, even though they are rather caring individuals. There is a natural part of the INFJ that hesitates to obey orders and abide by rules. Deep down the INFJ often knows that authority can be rather corrupt, and following rules is not always the wisest move to make. When someone is in place of power, INFJ’s often have a natural desire to challenge that individual. They may not do so directly, but inside their inner minds they think of ways in which that person may be unfit for their position.