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Playlist: Great Driving Music

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at BC chapter.

April is just around the corner, so it’s time to make a playlist for those sunny days when you’re driving around with all the windows down.  Here’s one of my go-to sets that has me singing at the top of my lungs. 

  1. “5 Years Time” – Noah & The Whale
  2. “The Calculation” – Regina Spektor
  3. “Free My Mind” – Katie Herzig
  4. “Demons” – Imagine Dragons
  5. “Hanginaround” – Counting Crows
  6. “Let It Go” – Zac Brown Band
  7. “Tune Out” – The Format
  8. “Rinse Me Down” – Bombay Bicycle Club
  9. “Pillz” – Bei Maejor
  10. “Ants Marching” – Dave Matthews Band
  11. “Middle of Nowhere” – Hot Hot Heat
  12. “Every Morning” – Sugar Ray
  13. “Float On” – Modest Mouse
  14. “What I Got” – Sublime
  15. “The Way We Get By” – Spoon
  16. “All for You” – Sister Hazel
  17. “She Moves in Her Own Way” – The Kooks
  18. “Her Favorite Song” – XV ft. Raja
  19. “Boondocks” – Little Big Town
  20.  “American Girl” – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

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Meghan Keefe is a senior associate on the integrated marketing team at Her Campus Media. While she was a student at Boston College, she was on the HC BC team and led as a Campus Correspondent for two semesters. After graduating and working for three years in public relations, she decided it was time to rejoin the Her Campus team. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring Boston and traveling - anything that gets her outside. 
Caitlin is currently a student at Boston College studying English and Pre-Law.  At BC, she is a member of the Boston College Irish Dance Club, on the Honors Program Student Executive Board's Community Service Committee, and interns and writes for the fashion and culture blog Rusted Revolution.  She has been wriring for Her Campus BC since Jaunary 2011 and is serving as BC's Campus Correspondent for the 2012-2013 school year.  Outside of school, she is a competitive Irish dancer, and has been dancing for 18 years. During her high school career, she completed an engineering project at Case Western Reserve University that made her one of 40 Intel Science Talent Search Finalists in 2009.   In addition to all of this, Caitlin loves reading, yoga, running, shopping, spending time with friends and family, and traveling.