These Song Moodboards Will Give You Synesthesia

25 January 2016, 13:50 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09

Twitter song moodboards

By Alim Kheraj

These are lush.

Since Michael Jackson pioneered the music video, we've been obsessed with how music and visuals can co-exist together, complimenting and explaining each other while turning an aural experience into something tangible. 

We've also noticed that people can't seem to stop storyboarding their favourite songs; whether it's through lyric posters on Tumblr or artist moodboards, there's a trend for trying to express the visual aesthetic of a song through colours, images and words. 

One Twitter account we've come across is @aestheticoncern (... song boards) and it's giving us actual music aesthetic goals. It covers acts like Lana Del Rey and Troye Sivan (so all our faves, basically). 

Lana Del Rey - "Brooklyn Baby"

Troye Sivan - "The Quiet"

Halsey - "Is There Somewhere"

Troye Sivan - "Blue"

Panic! at the Disco - "Impossible Year"

Sia - "Chandelier"

Lana Del Rey - "This Is What Makes Us Girls"

Melanie Martinez - "Sippy Cup"

Ariana Grande- "Honeymoon Avenue"

Lana Del Rey - "Ultraviolence"

Alessia Cara - "I'm Yours"

One Direction - "What A Feeling"

We are totally in love.

Be sure to follow @aestheticoncern for more musical aesthetic bliss.


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