Top 10 Best Post Hardcore Ballads
Miserable at Best" by Mayday Parade: A quintessential post-hardcore ballad, "Miserable at Best" is emotionally charged, reflecting themes of heartbreak.
The Leaving Song Pt. II" by AFI: With its dark and introspective lyrics, "The Leaving Song Pt. II" exemplifies AFI's unique blend of post-hardcore.
Where Are You?" by Hawthorne Heights: With its emotional lyrics and melodic instrumentation, "Where Are You?" captures the essence of post-hardcore ballads.
Blue and Yellow" by The Used: Known for their intense and energetic sound, The Used's "Blue and Yellow" displays a softer side, featuring poignant lyrics.
Transatlanticism" by Death Cab for Cutie: Blending indie and post-hardcore elements, "Transatlanticism" is a haunting ballad that delves into themes of distance and longing.
The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" by Brand New: This ballad showcases Brand New's penchant for emotional storytelling, leaving a lasting impression on listeners.
Hear You Me" by Jimmy Eat World: This heartfelt ballad showcases Jimmy Eat World's ability to blend post-hardcore with emotive and introspective lyrics.
Stay Together for the Kids" by Blink-182: This song combines the punk rock energy of Blink-182 with heartfelt and melancholic lyrics, offering a powerful portrayal of family struggles.
Andria" by La Dispute: Known for their poetic and introspective lyrics, La Dispute's "Andria" is a powerful and moving post-hardcore ballad.
My Heroine" by Silverstein: Silverstein's "My Heroine" captures the essence of post-hardcore ballads with its evocative lyrics and melodic yet intense instrumentation.