Cut that crap out.
I don’t mean to be harsh, but I need you to listen. There are plenty of reasons that you should be switching to a different platform, but you really only need one: nobody uses it anymore.
When MySpace started, that’s where everyone (potential fans included) kept their online profiles and connected with other people. Having a MySpace page then meant you could grow your fanbase by having the opportunity to show up in people’s newsfeeds. That doesn’t happen anymore. Now, all you’re doing is hosting your music on a platform that takes forever to load and doesn’t have the best quality. You don’t want to frustrate someone who’s just discovering your music that way. If it’s hard to load and looks janky, people are going to click away before they hear what you’ve got to offer. Don’t let a website cockblock you from making a new fan. Pick a different platform (need ideas or help? email me: lonelyhousealicia[at]gmail[dot]com), and host your music there.
In short, don’t use a crappy website to host your music. Give people a chance to connect with your music and your band’s personality before they click away.