Top 30 Singles Of 2015

Now that 2015 is coming to a close, it feels right to reflect on all the great music we’ve gotten to enjoy for the last 12 months. This year was packed full of amazing new singles across the genres, from progressive metal to old school funk pop and everything in between. We picked out 30 of the songs we played the most this year for our annual list. Some were wildly popular, and others mainly reached hardcore fans, but all are worth the listen. While nearly all of them did come out in 2015, two of the singles were actually released in 2014… but they didn’t get super big until this year, so we’ll count them anyway. Check out our 30 favorite singles of 2015 below:


Elle King – “Ex’s And Oh’s”


Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”


Fall Out Boy – “Uma Thurman”


Ellie Goulding – “Love Me Like You Do”


Kelly Clarkson – “Heartbeat Song”


Periphery – “Alpha”


Avril Lavigne – “Give You What You Like”


Florence + The Machine – “What Kind Of Man”


Muse – “Psycho”


Hilary Duff – “Sparks”


Florence + The Machine – “Ship To Wreck”


Hozier – “Someone New”


Between The Buried And Me – “The Coma Machine”


Muse – “Mercy”


Kelly Clarkson – “Invincible”


Ghost – “Cirice”


Neon Trees – “Songs I Can’t Listen To”


Panic! At The Disco – “Hallelujah”


CHVRCHES – “Leave A Trace”


Simple Plan – “Boom”


Lana Del Rey – “Music To Watch Boys To”


Vanessa Carlton – “Operator”


Sara Bareilles – “She Used To Be Mine”


Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness – “High Dive”


Fall Out Boy – “Irresistible”


Simple Plan feat. Nelly – “I Don’t Wanna Go To Bed”


Gwen Stefani – “Used To Love You”


Panic! At The Disco – “Emperor’s New Clothes”


Adele – “Hello”


Kelly Clarkson – “Piece By Piece”


And there you have our top 30. What singles did you like the most? What did we miss? Let us know in the comments below, and we’ll look forward to hearing more new music in 2016!


I earned my master's degree in Music Business from Berklee College of Music in Valencia, and have since worked in a variety of areas within the music industry. Music is my life, and I'm excited to be part of the future of Hidden Jams.

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