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?!
Coastline by Hollow Coves - I took the recommendation for this artist from Lauren. She suggested it for early morning, and it was perfect for those camping mornings and it transitions well into fall.
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.
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