2017 was a stellar year for new music—just look at our Best Albums list. And we weren’t alone in thinking so: Members of some of your favorite bands, from Against The Current’s Chrissy Costanza to Senses Fail’s Buddy Nielsen, all had a favorite album of the year. Find out what they had to say below.

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REAL FRIENDS — Kyle Fasel, bassist

“I just recently listened to the new Julien Baker album [Turn Out The Lights], and that’s pretty good.”

THE ROCKET SUMMER — Bryce Avary

“St. Vincent’s Masseduction. That Manchester Orchestra record, A Black Mile To The Surface, was good, too.”

STATE CHAMPS — Tyler Szalkowski, guitarist

“Paramore’s After Laughter.”

SPEAK LOW IF YOU SPEAK LOVE — Ryan Scott Graham

“Paramore put out a really great record. I’ll say that.”

MARMOZETS — Becca Macintyre, vocalist

“Queens Of The Stone Age’s new album [Villains], I’m actually loving. It’s absolutely brilliant. We did actually try [to get on the forthcoming UK tour], but they ended up bringing out their buddies, which is fair dues. That would go off! There’s always more time, isn’t there? It’s only the beginning.”

MOOSE BLOOD — Mark Osborne, guitarist

“The PVRIS record [All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell]. I just love that band. I loved their first record; I love seeing them live; I love them as people. They just blow me away. When this record came out, it did that all over again. They’re just so good in what they do, and they just seem to get better and better. They got better record to record. The singles they put out in between these two records were another step up. They are just fantastic and seem to set the standard completely.”

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