Back in July, I posted about some of my favourite songs for the summer. It's funny that as much as I enjoyed them, as soon as it started to get cooler, I didn't really feel like listening to them as much, and instead craved a different sound. Here are some of those songs for fall:
Jesus Etc. by Wilco - I haven't seen many bands in concert but I have seen Wilco.
exile by Taylor Swift (feat. Bon Iver) - I remember exactly where I was when I heard this song for the first time, driving up to Northwestern Ontario in the summer of 2020. I loved the song immediately.
Vagabond by Caamp - This is one of this bands that was suggested by us by Spotify and indeed we do like this music.
The Night We Met by Lord Huron - This is a sad song and it reminds me of the tragic 13 Reasons Why show, but it's still beautiful.
Rivers and Roads by The Head and the Heart - The kids have known this one for years and could identify it as one of Dave's favourite songs.
Sign of the Times by Harry Styles - What would a playlist be without Mr. Styles?!
Last Dance by Sarah McLachlan - This is a throwback, and really the entire Surfacing album is excellent, but this one had a great sound, including the musical saw.
Everlong (Acoustic) by Foo Fighters - I've been on a bit of 90s rock kick and this acoustic version fits the bill for a fall song.
Linger by The Cranberries - Another throwback, another gem.
Ophelia by The Lumineers - This is another band from Dave's favourites so it shows up often in our playlists.
When We Were Young by Adele - Really any Adele song could go onto this list, but I think this is my favourite one.
Mountain Sound by Of Monsters and Men - This one is more up tempo than the others but it has a haunting quality that goes with fall. I remember hearing this group on a CBC radio interview years ago and quickly embraced their music.