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Discussion Post: Book Titles That Make Great Band Names

Hey Pals! Today, I’m going to be talking about 7 book titles that I think would be great as song band names! Ashmita @ the fictional journal did a post recently where she talked about various characters that would dance on Taylor Swift’s songs. Plus I guess Jesse @ Jesse The Reader (who is an amazing Booktuber) did a tag where he talked about books as song and band names. So, inspired by both of them, I decided to see how well I would do with such a post. So, thanks for the inspiration. Without further ado, let’s get started!

Note: This is a discussion post so feel free to share your views down in the comments.

1: Skyhunter by Marie Lu

If you just add an ‘s’ after the title and make it Skyhunters, I think that would be a pretty cool name. Though it would seem kind of ethereal, it would be unique too.

2: The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

This one was used by Jesse too, and I really like the vibe of it. It somehow fits. I think this will make a popular boy band that will have deep, hard-hitting songs and a night-ish aesthetic.

3: The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

So, this one would be a little controversial because this would either be the most popular band or the least known out there…I mean, The Darkest Minds! What a name! It would definitely have songs featuring dark humor. We love that, don’t we? πŸ˜ƒ

4: What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

This one miiight have been inspired by Why Don’t We because it’s kinda cool to have such a name, confuses the people who have never heard of the band before. Hey, I think I’m getting at this naming band thing!!

5: Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody

Oh god, this would be like that super cool band with swoon-worthy guys who are actually pretty sweet inside, or a band of badass girls like those of BlackPink….hm yeah, I’m definitely getting good at this 😎.

6: Loveless by Alice Oseman

This would make a great band name for both male and female bands. I think the band would have songs either like those of Billie Eillish, or ones that are like Brutal by Olivia Rodrigo, girls screaming their heads off πŸ˜†.

7: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

I saved the best one for last, because you have to accept the fact that no other book title surpasses all others in being a band name! Plus, it is Six of Crows guys, SIX OF CROWS!!!!

Man, this was harder than I thought, and I’m not exactly satisfied with the results πŸ˜•. But I hope you liked this post. My creativity cells were dead when I wrote it 😡.

Anyways, that was all. I hope you liked it. Let me know a book title that you think would look cool as a band name πŸ˜€!


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60 thoughts on “Discussion Post: Book Titles That Make Great Band Names

  1. Definitely love the Six of Crows, the Dream Thieves and the Skyhunters one. I feel that The Darkest Minds would make a good song title rather than a band name. I’m envisioning it as a philosophical song that hits home too hard.

    How about Radio Silence, or One Of Us Is Lying, or even Tell Me Your Dreams?

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  2. Ahhh, The dream thieves would be such an AMAZING band name!!! And six of crows too. It would make a perfect name for a band of six players. And all of them wearing black clothes or something?
    Lovely post!

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  3. * I see Six of Crows, my brain explodes * ikr!!! that would be such a cool name! (OH GOD, did I just imagine Kaz Brekker singing??! πŸ˜‚πŸ₯Ί). I also read this one book called ‘The Accidentals’ and don’t you think that would be a pretty good name too? you know, because of the double meanings and all?😁 This is such a creative post! Loved it ❀❀❀

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