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

Looking for some new jams this spring? You’ve come to the right place. Here are five playlists that will liven up your spring season. They all contain upbeat, fun and lively songs by amazing artists.

“Indie Sunshine”

This playlist is full of indie-pop tunes that will brighten up your day. It features artists such as Local Natives, The Japanese House, Two Door Cinema Club and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. All of the songs are perfect for a sunny and beautiful spring day.

“New Indie/Alternative: April 2021”

Upbeat songs by artists such as Foster the People, Jungle, and Fitz and the Tantrums are included in this playlist. Listening to it will have you dancing around your bedroom and bopping your head to the beats. Put this playlist on shuffle and enjoy the bright, fun songs listed!

“Soak Up The Sun”

Milky Chance, COIN, Twenty One Pilots and other talented artists’ songs are featured. All of the tunes included in this playlist are vibrant, upbeat and relaxing. Play this amazing music as you enjoy a sunny day.

“Chillhop Essentials Spring 2021”

The lo-fi playlist contains vibrant, cozy tracks that fit the tone for warm, spring days. Montell Fish, Sleepy Fish, Philanthrope and more artists are included in the compilation.

“Study Session-Lofi Beats to Focus/Work To”

The music included in this playlist is perfect for studying. The compilation is full of relaxing beats, allowing you to focus on homework and study for class. Various lo-fi artists such as Psalm Trees and Sleepermane appear on the playlist.

All of these playlists will brighten your day and keep you going. They’re full of warm, cheerful jams that will bring a smile to your face. Check them out this spring!

Deanna is a senior majoring in English Creative Writing at UCF along with an Editing and Publishing certificate. After graduation, she plans to pursue an editorial career. When she's not writing or studying, she loves singing, listening to music, and watching scary movies.
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