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Little Mix 1 – 0 Nirvana: Tumblr’s 20 most reblogged bands of 2015

Tumblr. A place of wonder, not always connected with how you see the real world – but an important part of what is going down ‘online’. Or something. We don’t know, we keep forgetting to update ours.

Shut up, we’re busy.

Anyway, the ‘people’ at Tumblr (let’s face it, it’s probably run by evil robots really – Ed) have released a list of the top 20 most reblogged bands on the platform. And, basically, a lot of it is as you’d expect.

Yep, 5 Seconds of Summer are top – so that’s going to make all the Upset readers who want them to get in the bin happy. Twenty One Pilots, Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco also make the top 5. 2015 Upset cover stars Bring Me The Horizon and PVRIS both make the cut, which is lovely. Time will not weary the pull of the mighty My Chemical Romance, who are still hitting heavy in the top ten, while Nirvana and The Beatles – who obviously have a lot to post on social media these days – must bow to the might of the far more popular Little Mix.

G’wan t’Mix. (What, you don’t all have Little Mix Fridays? Just us?)

The full 20 reads:

1. 5 Seconds of Summer
2. One Direction
3. Twenty One Pilots
4. Fall Out Boy
5. Panic! At The Disco
6. All Time Low
7. Fifth Harmony
8. My Chemical Romance
9. The 1975
10. Bring Me The Horizon
11. Paramore
12. Pierce the Veil
13. Arctic Monkeys
14. Black Veil Brides
15. Odd Future
16. Sleeping With Sirens
17. Little Mix
18. Nirvana
19. The Beatles

It’s not the only list Tumblr have spewed out as part of their year in review. Elsewhere you can discover Twenty One Pilots’ ‘Blurryface’ and Halsey‘s ‘Badlands’ duked it out for most reblogged album, lots of people liked ‘Uptown Funk’ (who knew?), punk beat hip-hop as the most reblogged genre and Gerard Way still has what it takes as a solo artist, weighing in above the combined online ‘might’ of Sheeran, Grande and Gomez.

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