Thanks to Spotify’s “Discover Weekly,” I have found new, unique songs that I love. And since it’s spooky season, I have listed some of the best fall-themed songs for you to add to your fall playlist. Fair warning: I don’t know that much about music, but I will try to describe each song as best I can.
- “1980s horror film II” by wallows
I love this song. As an avid 80s music fan, I find this song’s nostalgic vibe always puts me in a good mood. The lyrics are about a guy who likes a girl — as most songs are. But its quirky beat and sweet lyrics make it relatable. I also love 80s horror movies, so this song is really up there on my list. Another captivating creation by Wallows is “Drunk on Halloween.” That one is a favorite, too!
- “Pumpkin” by the Regrettes
This song is super moody and catchy. Obviously, it’s pumpkin season, and although the song has nothing to do with pumpkins, it still gets me in the spooky season mood. I have recently gotten into The Regrettes’ music, and I think this song is one of their best. It’s perfect to listen to when you’re in your feels.
- “Channel orange in your living room” by charlie burg
This one is a little slow-paced and different, but I still love it. Charlie Burg is relatively undiscovered, but I think all of his songs are so unique and fun to listen to. This song is very cute and simply made, so give it a listen when you’re just taking a walk, making dinner, or doing homework. Something simple.
- “Tommy’s party” by Peach pit
I don’t particularly know why I love this song so much, but it’s just such a good vibe. It’s very chill and slow, but if you listen to the lyrics, it describes what college is all about. I’m also getting more into Peach Pit’s music, and I’ve really been diggin’ their sound lately.
- “We fell in love in
october” by girl in red
I feel like a lot of people already know Girl in Red, but I just had to squeeze this one in. This song screams “fall” — and not just because of its name. Its instrumentals are soothing and catchy, and it’s just an overall great song to listen to on a long drive through New England’s colorful trees.