MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Are you keeping track of the top hits on Billboard’s top 100? Do you have a vested interest in what tune attains the honor of being 2018’s “Song of the Summer”?

If not, your age may be showing.

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A new survey shows many people stop discovering new music after the age of 30.

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The music streaming service Deezer surveyed 1,000 British citizens about the listening habits. About 60 percent of people said they were in a musical rut, listening to the same songs over and over.

The peak age for discovering new music seemed to be around 24.

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According to Business Insider, there is research to suggest one reason we return to the same songs time and again stems out of musical nostalgia.