14 Songs To Drink Alone To

Here are some of the most heartwrenching, devastating, soul-destroying songs to listen to while you drink alone tonight and wonder where the hell your life went wrong. Have fun be safe drink responsibly.

1. The Replacements, “Here Comes A Regular”

Recommended beverage: An Old Fashioned.

2. Modest Mouse, “Polar Opposites”

Recommended beverage: AT LEAST a 12-pack of PBR.

3. The Murder City Devils, “Rum To Whiskey”

Recommended beverages: Boilermakers. Depending on how much you hate yourself, you can start with rum shots, I guess?

4. Frightened Rabbit, “Keep Yourself Warm”

Recommended beverage: Mad Dog 20/20. And go for the green stuff — you don’t want this experience to be too pleasant.

5. Japandroids, “Younger Us”

Recommended beverage: Olde English, or the 40 of your choice. Don’t over think this one — you want to try and pretend like you’re still happy and carefree.

6. Bright Eyes, “Hit The Switch”

Recommended beverages: Vodka tonics and a shot of Jäger. Hit play in between your fifth and your sixth round.

7. Titus Andronicus, “Theme From Cheers”

Recommended beverages: Guinness, Keystone Light, Jack Daniel’s, and Grandpa’s old cough syrup.

8. The National, “All The Wine”

Recommended beverage: All of the wine.

9. Wilco, “Passenger Side”

Recommended beverage: A Bud Light or six should do the trick.

10. The Good Life, “O’Rourkes, 1:20 a.m.”

Recommended beverages: Maybe some martinis? Why not go ahead and treat yourself a bit?

11. Afghan Whigs, “Fountain And Fairfax”

Recommended beverage: Down a few whiskey cokes, but make sure they’re not too strong, ‘cuz you don’t want to trigger that heroin nausea.

12. Lightspeed Champion, “Galaxy Of The Lost”

Recommended beverage: Gin.

13. Third Eye Blind, “God Of Wine”

Recommended beverage: Sangria?

14. Levellers, “Fifteen Years”

Recommended beverage: An Old Fashioned. You’re going to want to finish up where you started.

And here’s a Spotify playlist.

Add your faves in the comments!

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