8 Of The Best Songs To Listen To For A Cozy Fall

Fall is one of coziest times of the year, and some good music can certainly get people in the spirit of the season. I know that for myself, my music taste tends to shift toward more acoustic tracks or songs with comfy vibes. The best way I can describe it is that it feels like these songs are giving me hug, and that is a such consoling feeling.

  1. 1. "Warm Animal" by Sure Sure

    First, I have to say that Sure Sure is such a cool band in general. They are all about the D.I.Y. aspect when it comes to music, and they have even transformed their house into a studio so that they can create their authentic sound. “Warm Animal” is initially gentle, but as soon as the bassline comes in, listeners are instantly enveloped in its (no pun-intended) warm timbre. It is a groovy, feel-good track.

  2. 2. “Lights Up” by Harry Styles

    I had to include this song. “Lights Up” is probably going to be one of the songs of the fall season. This song has a choral feel and is sure to make listeners fall more in love with Harry Styles.

  3. 3. “Loving Arms” by Ady Suleiman

    “Loving Arms” has such a mellow tempo that I cannot help but sway whenever I hear it. The song is definitely a sad one, but I can certainly imagine myself listening to it (and Ady Suleiman's whole discography) on a gloomy fall day.

  4. 4. “Mover Awayer” by Hobo Johnson

    Hobo Johnson has quickly become one of my favorite artists. He dabbles in various genres like word poetry and punk, and I predict his versatility is certainly going to help him grow. “Mover Awayer” has some sweet lyrics like, “She makes my Mondays feel like Fridays” and “She makes my Ruby Tuesday’s taste like Benihana’s.” That itself makes it feel like a cozy song to me, especially because he sings with such a genuine nature.

  5. 5. “Mind Over Matter (Acoustic)” by PVRIS

    Lynn Gunn of PVRIS has such a gorgeous voice. I can attest that after seeing this band in concert, it stands up in person. It beautifully compliments the acoustic elements of “Mind Over Matter (Acoustic),” and it just makes me feel at peace.

  6. 6. “Julia” by The Beatles

    I had to include a song from The Beatles because that’s just who I am as a person. “Julia” is about John Lennon’s mother, and it is another song that blends incredible vocals and acoustic guitar. The song has a slightly melancholic quality to it, but I love how calming it is, especially when listening in the fall.

  7. 7. “Golden Hour” by Kacey Musgraves

    Kacey Musgraves is definitely an iconic female artist of today. I do not typically like country music, but I cannot help myself from indulging in her music. “Golden Hour” is a slow acoustic song accompanied with cozy-feeling vocals. I can picture myself listening to it as I sit inside with some tea on a chilly fall day.

  8. 8. “Would That I” by Hozier

    There’s no denying that Hozier has an incredible voice. “Would That I” highlights his range with some gentle singing and acoustic moments contrasted by his strong vocals, deep percussive moments and organ playing. My soul feels so warm when listening to this song (and any Hozier song in general.)

As the weather cools down for fall, these songs are going to be on repeat for me. This is just a small snippet into some fantastic autumnal tracks, but I encourage everyone to dive into the music that makes them feel wrapped up in warmth and coziness!