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5 Inspirational and Atmospheric Songs Without Lyrics

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Nine Inch Nails live in concert.

Nine Inch Nails live in concert.

5 Atmospheric Songs Without Lyrics

In this article, you will get to know songs and bands that you have never heard before. Although these songs do not have lyrics, they are inspiring and beautiful nonetheless.

  1. "Bored of Canada"—Ulver
  2. "A Warm Place"—Nine Inch Nails
  3. "Goldsmith"—Hammock
  4. "Home"—Dustin O'Halloran
  5. "I See You"—Tomasz Bednarczyk

1. "Bored of Canada"—Ulver

Album: Riverhead

Release Year: 2016

Genre: Metal

Ulver, which means "wolves" in Norwegian, are a truly incredible metal band. At first, the band was influenced by the black metal genre. However, in recent years, they have changed in a radical way. Today, the band experiments with new sounds, creating new musical environments that take you to other planets.

2. "A Warm Place"—Nine Inch Nails

Album: The Downward Spiral

Release Year: 1994

Genre: Industrial

Originally from the United States, Nine Inch Nails was founded by the genius Trent Reznor. Nine Inch Nails are often thought of as the godfathers of industrial rock. Like Ulver, this band has undergone many changes. All their albums are unique, each song has a story and you can feel everything the artist wants to express by listening to the beautiful melodies.

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3. "Goldsmith"—Hammock

Album: Columbus (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Release Year: 2017

Genre: Alternative/Indie

Hammock is another North American band. Like the last two bands, this band combines sounds and elements from multiple genres (including electronic music) to create dense atmospheres. Their songs are very emotional and might make you cry.

4. "Home"—Dustin O'Halloran

Album: The Beauty Inside

Release Year: 2013

Genre: Instrumental piano

Dustin O'Halloran is an incredible artist. This American artist is a great modern pianist. Since his songs often appear in romantic and dramatic movies, his work may be familiar to you.

5. "I See You"—Tomasz Bednarczyk

Album: Summer Feelings

Release Year: 2006

Genre: Dance/Electronic

Unlike the rest of the bands and artists on this list, this man was born in Poland. He is a wonderful musician and composer. His music is often melancholic and fragile sounding. While he is not very well known, his music is catchy, using fun loops and inspiring melodies.

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