A Fall Playlist, My Gift to You

A Fall Playlist, My Gift to You

I should preface this article by saying: fall is my jam. The best time of year, hands down. The weather is beautiful and cozy, fall fashion is unlike any other time of year, and finally having the chance to eat soup and drink hot coffee without simultaneously sweating as one does in the dead of summer is one of the most refreshing feelings in the world. One of my not so favorite things about fall, though, is when you can actually feel the heat getting turned up in your classes and you just know that it’s crunch time. Here are 30 songs from my autumn playlist that put me in that feel-good, study up, focus time fall mood.

  1. From Eden - Hozier

 

  1. Nellie - Dr. Dog

  2. Low Beam - Her’s

  3. Family and Genus - Shakey Graves

  4. Bambi - Hippo Campus

 

  1. Landslide - Fleetwood Mac

  2. Kiss Me - Sixpence None the Richer

  3. Witchcraft - Frank Sinatra

  4. Creep - Radiohead

  5. Apple Pie Bed - Lawrence Arabia

  6. Bad Liar - Selena Gomez

  7. Feel Real - Deptford Goth

  8. Fluorescent Adolescent - Arctic Monkeys

 

  1. Holy Ghost - Børns

  2. Natalie - Milk & Bone

  3. Tell Me (feat. Saorise Ronan) - Johnny Jewel, Saorise Ronan

 

  1. Little Lover - Foreign Fields

  2. At Home - Crystal Fighters

  3. Can’t Get Enough of Myself (feat. BC Unidos) - Santigold, BC Unidos

  4. The Wire - HAIM

  5. Golden - Hippo Campus

  6. I Put a Spell On You - Annie Lennox

  7. Ghost Town - Kanye West

  8. Skytop Garden - Johnny Utah

  9. This Is Halloween - From “The Nightmare Before Christmas”

 

  1. Oogie Boogie’s Song - Ed Ivory, Ken Page (From “The Nightmare Before Christmas”)

  2. Western Kids - Hippo Campus

  3. Now That You’re Gone - The Raconteurs

  4. Deep Water - Haley Reinhart

  5. wish you were gay - Billie Eilish

P.S.: Friendly reminder that you can never, ever go wrong with the Harry Potter soundtrack, as well. If these songs don’t do the trick, I would recommend checking out the cozy autumn/fall coffee shop playlists that spotify compiles. Searching for new comforting music is always a welcome distraction from studying in my book! Happy listening!