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As summer comes to a close, I find that I am less drawn to songs with peppy melodies and catchy choruses, and more attracted to music that sounds like falling leaves – songs that are a little less formulaic. This music twists and turns the further into it you are. It sounds like the wind stinging your cheeks and looks like bright leaves against a gray sky. Here are my fall favorites – new and old.

  1. Stick Season by Noah Kahan
  2. All the Debts I Owe by Caamp
  3. Nightswimming by R.E.M.
  4. Krampus by Houndmouth
  5. Walls by the Lumineers
  6. I Almost Do by Taylor Swift
  7. Masterpiece by Big Thief
  8. doomsday by Lizzy Mcalpine 
  9. Lamplight by Del Water Gap
  10. Mess by Noah Kahan
  11. Chicago by Flipturn
  12. Sober by Lorde
  13. 45 by Bleachers
  14. Home by Fortuno 
  15. About by Another Michael
  16. Northern Attitude by Noah Kahan
  17. Hard Feelings/Loveless by Lorde
  18. The Last Time by Taylor Swift (ft Gary Lightbody)
  19. From the Dining Table by Harry Styles
  20. Hot & Heavy by Lucy Dacus
  21. I and Love and You by the Avett Brothers
  22. Hannah by Ray LaMontagne
  23. Astrovan by Mt Joy
  24. Caves by Noah Kahan
  25. called you again by Lizzy Mcalpine
Natalie Foster is a senior at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She is an English major with a concentration in Creative Writing and a Classical Civilizations minor. She is an avid writer and in her free time enjoys reading, talking about Taylor Swift, making Spotify playlists, watching Pride and Prejudice (2005), and practicing with the Colby Dance Team.