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We’ve paired your fave bands with the perfect bath bomb

December 06 2017, 2:55 PM EST By Sage Viscovi


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For many of us, there’s nothing more relaxing than coming home after a long day of work and indulging in a luxurious bubble bath. It’s even better when you’ve got your CD collection and an array of bath bombs to go with any mood. From Hey Violet to Sleeping With Sirens, here’s the perfect bomb for your favorite band.

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TROPHY EYES – “BIG BLUE”
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Sometimes you just need to clear your mind after a long day, and nothing will do that as well as this Aussie act’s latest record Chemical Miracle and this ocean-themed bomb. You can buy it here.

FALL OUT BOY – “BLACKBERRY”
fall out boy bath bomb
                 

Classy, fruity and positively purple: It’s a burst of fresh bergamot and berry scents that, like the Chicago act’s upcoming album M A N I A, is sure to blast the day’s worries away. You can buy it here.

WATERPARKS – “CHEER UP BUTTERCUP”
waterparks bath bombs
             

A bomb that could cheer up even the gloomiest of “Gloom Boys,” this one will lift your spirits and remind you of the band’s iconic yellow and purple cover from their debut full-length album, Double Dare. You can buy it here.    

BLINK-182 – “DRAGON’S EGG”
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When we think of this pop-punk trio, we think vibrant, colorful and a spectacular explosion of sights and sounds... And that is exactly what this bomb’s all about! You can buy it here.

TWENTY ONE PILOTS – “THE EXPERIMENTER”
twenty one pilots bath bomb
      

TOP is as artistic and experimental as they come, so naturally they would correspond with a bomb that’s just the same. Its two-toned exterior represents each member. You can buy it here.

NECK DEEP – “FIZZBANGER”
neck deep bath bomb
     

This bomb goes off like a firework, much like the music of Neck Deep. The scent shifts from apples and cinnamon to spicy cinnamon toffee in seconds. You can buy it here.

PANIC! AT THE DISCO – “INTERGALACTIC”            
panic bath bomb
             

Sometimes P!ATD frontman Brendon Urie is so out there, we think he just might be from another planet. And that’s exactly what you’ll be thinking, too, once you take a soak with this neon bomb. You can buy it here.    

HEY VIOLET – “LAVA LAMP”
hey violet bath bomb
                       

Hey Violet’s electro-pop sound pairs perfectly with the groovy vibes of this orange and purple bomb. The combination of citrusy scents is totally far out! You can buy it here.

SLEEPING WITH SIRENS – “METAMORPHOSIS”
sleeping with sirens bath bomb
                             

We decided SWS should be paired with a bomb that appears dark on the outside, but bursting with light on the inside to narrate the transition that their music has made over many years. You can buy the bomb here.

ALL TIME LOW – “SEX BOMB”    
all time low bath bomb
   

Between their lewd onstage banter, Alex Gaskarth’s rose tattoo and the fact they already have a hit song with “bomb” in the title, it’s no wonder ATL snagged this romantic bomb. You can buy it here.         

STATE CHAMPS – “SHOOT FOR THE STARS”
state champs bath bomb

The boys of State Champs are all-stars (naturally, it’s in the name), and so is this bath bomb that goes for the gold with hints of Brazilian orange and bergamot. You can purchase it here.    

THE MAINE – “TISTY TOSTY”         
the maine bath bomb         

This is a bathtime love potion made to stir passion. Infused with rose and jasmine scents, it resonates well with the Maine’s emotional alt-rock sound. You can buy it here.

PARAMORE – “TWILIGHT”                            
paramore bath bomb

Paramore’s dreamy new sound is as soothing as a starry night’s sky, so naturally they are paired with a bath bomb designed to help you drift away into a good night’s sleep. You can buy it here.

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