Cure Your Broken Heart with a Road Trip and this Perfect Playlist for It
Let’s face it, to aid an aching heart takes a lot of effort. Whether you’ve been hurt by a friend, family, your partner, your boss, it’s never easy.
You know what does help, though? Sitting in your Acar and driving away into the arms of joy. Solo road trips can be so much fun if done right, and that means listening to some music to help you break all that is holding you back.
We come prepared. Here’s some of the best music that will help you heal. Just hit the road and then press play.
1. “Tanha Dil” - Shaan
As you are combating your blues, this Shaan song is the perfect mix of nostalgia plus hope for the future.
2. “Kabira” - “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani”
This song has all the right chords. You can never get too tired of it. Somehow, it’ll relate to all of your feelings and make it all better.
3. “Ye Dooriyan” - “Love Aaj Kal”
Literally, it’ll make you feel like you’re in a movie. It’s kinda sad but also kinda sweet. It’s what you need right now.
4. “Yeh Dil” - “Pardes”
You know what heartbreak causes? A flood of anger. Just mildly yell at your pain as you sing along to this track.
5. “Breakup Song” - “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”
Give your breakup a funky makeover with this latest song meant for broken hearts.
6. “Where The Streets Have No Name” - U2
Classics such as this song will never disappoint you. For real.
7. “Rivers and Roads” - “The Head and the Heart”
All your feelings expressed in the form of a song you can croon along to, looking at the horizon and the road ahead of you. This song will do you justice.
8. “Anjaana Anjaani” - “Anjaana Anjaani”
It’s okay to let yourself reminisce a little about your past relationships. That’s why you should press play on this one.
9. “Closer” - The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey
Not the first choice for a song if you’re heartbroken but trust me, it will surprise you in this situation. It kind of makes you feel like a badass when you croon to it.
10. “Time of Your Life” - Green Day
Ah, the perfect song to cap all of the sadness in you. It’s easy, just turn into something positive. Sentiment and all.