40. That Green Gentleman – Panic! At The Disco
Oddly enough, my favourite song by Panic! At The Disco is from my least favourite album by them. Don’t count Pretty. Odd. out completely though – there are some gems on there, and this is one of them.
Find it on: Pretty. Odd. (2008)
39. Kiwi – Harry Styles
If you’ve never heard Harry Styles’ music, don’t write this off as yet another boyband member’s solo project, because this is so much more than that. The whole album is an incredible listen, but this really stands out.
Find it on: Harry Styles (2017)
38. Tear – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Until I recently listened to By The Way on vinyl, I never really appreciated this songs, but after hearing all of it, I feel like it’s a true masterpiece. From the guitar solo, to the trumpet solo, to that incredible chorus, this song just couldn’t get any better.
Find it on: By The Way (2017)
37. Fall Away – Twenty One Pilots
This is the highlight of Twenty One Pilots’ first album, containing some of Tyler Joseph’s best early lyrics, and some of his best rapping too.
Find it on: Twenty One Pilots (2009)
36. Backseat Serenade – All Time Low
All Time Low specialise in writing catchy pop-punk, but this song goes above and beyond all of that. Not only is it incredibly catchy, it features some of the best composition on one of their songs, with a really cool chord progression in the verse.
Find it on: Don’t Panic (2012)
35. Injection – Rise Against
One of the best songs on my favourite albums, this song was my favourite by Rise Against for so long, and has only just been overtaken. Still an incredible song though.
Find it on: The Sufferer and the Witness (2006)
34. Trees – Twenty One Pilots
I never really appreciated this song until I heard it live, but when I did, it was one of the best experiences of my life. The emotion and sheer energy of this song make it one of the most special Twenty One Pilots songs ever written.
Find it on: Vessel (2013)
33. Everlong – Foo Fighters
Another song I never appreciated at first, I hated this song when I first heard it, but over time, it slowly grew on me. Dave Grohl’s voice is at its most powerful and emotional here.
Find it on: The Colour and the Shape (1997)
32. Planetary (GO!) – My Chemical Romance
From a song I never liked at first, to one I loved, this is one of the best songs on one of my favourite albums of all time. A lot of people may not like this, because it shows My Chemical Romance leaving their emo roots behind, but I feel like it was the best evolution for the band.
Find it on: Danger Days (2010)
31. Holiday – Green Day
Another song I loved immediately, this is my highlight of American Idiot. How could I not love a song that is both catchy and political?
Find it on: American Idiot (2004)