Looking through the Psalms, I've noticed numerous times when we're instructed to sing or shout to the Lord.
Psalm 96:1-2 (NIV) tells us, "Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing to the Lord, praise his name, proclaim his salvation day after day."
Again, Psalm 98:1 (NIV) says, "Sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things;"
Some so many talented artists write and record worship songs to tell of what the Lord is doing - marvelous things! There is no reason to not worship the Lord Jesus. We have no reason to grumble that we don't know what to sing! If you cannot find a song to sing, then I encourage you to begin reading the Psalms. Are you struggling to pray? Read the Psalms aloud to the Lord as your prayer.
Out in the countryside by yourself? Maybe shout out a Psalm to the Lord. That will get the attention of the local animals 😉 However, you decide to pray - 'singing and shouting' are some ways to express worship. David, who wrote many of the psalms sang and praised the Lord and wrote down his pieces. He was a musical and poetical artist. Even today, we are the recipients of these recorded compilations.
After reading some Psalms, you could write a praise piece to the Lord to express your love for him.
Spending time in Scripture and reading (I suggest aloud) some Psalms, helps to reduce anxiety and worry. Instead of focusing on ourselves, we focus on the One who loves us.
During trials and unexpected life happenings, we can find peace and joy through reading Scripture. As you read the Psalms, you will find that those who wrote these words also had struggles, and they tell of deep pain, real love, and overcoming.
Something to think about.