From Arctic Monkeys to girl in red, here are 10 top tracks for the (cozy) season.
The days are getting shorter, the wind is getting cooler and the mood is… cozier! Autumn doesn’t automatically mean that everything is dreary and grey. Because apart from the rain and mud, there are enough colorful leaves and, above all, good songs. So grab a blanket, light a candle and get the tea out of the cupboard again. We have summarized our ten autumn song highlights for you.
1. The Neighborhood – “Sweater Weather”
Melancholic, sexy, melancholy and at the same time somehow damn tender – that’s exactly what the track by The Neighborhood delivers and is therefore perfect for playing loudly on headphones, wrapping yourself in a thick sweater and letting the outside world pass you by let.
2. girl in red – “we fell in love in October”
Romantic feelings often arise with girl in red. And as nice as the thought of summer love can be, an autumn romance is in no way inferior. At least not if she sounds like that.
3. Lana Del Rey – “Season Of The Witch”
The “Season of The Witch” has begun and Lana Del Rey provides the right musical accompaniment with her mystical indie track.
4. Taylor Swift – “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)”
Anyone who prefers to stare out of the window lost in thought while traveling by train will find this the ideal soundtrack for this time. Miss Swift offers ten minutes of romanticism to everyone who likes to completely sink into a song and finally let their feelings run free.
5. Arctic Monkey – “Knee Socks”
The Arctic Monkeys describe how beautiful even a dark, rainy Tuesday night can be with this track. In a scenario of autumnal coolness, the song gives us a feeling of familiarity and intimacy and really warms us up.
6. Ed Sheeran – “Magical”
Even though Ed Sheeran just released a record full of fall songs, AUTUMN VARIATIONS, “Magical” is clearly the most important song for this time of year. Calm guitars and gentle harmonies just give a lot of campfire vibes here.
7. Bring Me The Horizon – “Follow You”
A love song, but in a Bring Me The Horizon way. The track is somehow pure and eerie at the same time. Plus the pop-rock melodies that put you in a very unique mood. That’s how we like it on a rainy fall day!
8. KiNG MALA – “cult leader”
What Cruella De Vil is to Disney, KiNG MALA is to the music world: scary-beautiful, strong and sexy.
9. Giant Rooks – “Bedroom Exile”
One genre we can’t get enough of this fall is smooth indie with a pop influence – and if anyone has perfected it, it’s probably them Giant Rooks. Her current release takes us into her “bedroom exile” and we feel really comfortable there on the cold days.
10. Wallows – “1980s Horror Film”
If you would like to immerse yourself in an 80s teenage dream for just over four minutes, then Wallows is the right place for you. “1980s Horror Film” is a classic love song with wonderful autumnal vibes. Enjoy!