Sunny Day Playlist Essentials

My Spotify Premium account is one of my favorite purchases ever. I love having access to any song I want, any time, any where. In case you didn’t know, students get Spotify Premium for $4.99/month AND students get Hulu as well for no extra charge! If you’re still on the fence about getting it, let this be your sign, it’s worth every cent! I love making my own playlists for every occasion and mood. As spring is starting to peak through, my Sunny Day playlist has started to make it’s way to my Recently Played list. My Sunny Day playlist has 378 songs, but I will share 30 of my favorites that make any sunny day even brighter!

 

  1. Anna Sun, Walk The Moon (indie pop)
  2. Sun Shy, Dresses (indie pop)
  3. Our Last Days, The Fray (soft rock)
  4. Tompkins Square Park, Mumford & Sons (alternative rock)
  5. Little Bird, Ed Sheeran (soft rock)
  6. I’ll be Good, Jaymes Young (indie)
  7. Killer Whales, Smallpools (indie pop)
  8. Fall at Your Feet, Saint Raymond (indie)
  9. Heartbeat, The Fray (soft rock)
  10. Keep Your Head Up, Ben Howard (indie)
  11. Closer, The Chainsmokers (pop)
  12. Karaoke, Smallpools (indie pop)
  13. Munich, The Fray (soft rock)
  14. The Sound, The 1975 (indie pop)
  15. Pretty much anything by The 1975, my other favorites are Chocolate, Girls, and Settle Down
  16. 30 Seconds, Vinyl Theatre (indie pop)
  17. Touch and Go, Ed Sheeran (soft rock)
  18. Say Say, Youngblood Hawke (indie pop)
  19. Molecules, Atlas Genius (alternative)
  20. Riptide, Vance Joy (indie)
  21. Heaven, Amber Run (soft rock/indie)
  22. Flowers in Your Hair, The Lumineers (indie)
  23. All We Ever Knew, The Head and the Heart (indie)
  24. Sun, Two Door Cinema Club (indie)
  25. Roman Holiday, Halsey (alternative rock)
  26. We Move Like the Ocean, Bad Suns (alternative)
  27. From Eden, Hozier (indie)
  28. I Lived, OneRepublic (soft rock)
  29. The Wolves, Ben Howard (indie)
  30. Young Blood, Saint Raymond (indie)

 

Some artists that really didn’t get enough credit on the playlist are The Fray, Ed Sheeran, Ben Howard, Bad Suns, Atlas Genius, Saint Raymond, and Mumford & Sons. These are some of favorite artists, and I promise The Fray has more songs than just How To Save a Life. All these songs are perfect for driving with the windows down sipping iced coffee. Sending you warm thoughts!

 

HCXO,

Lyss