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12 Songs That Embrace Warm Weather

If it's not snowing, it's raining, and if it's not raining the wind speed is 40 mph, the real experience of season shift here at UConn.

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12 Songs That Embrace Warm Weather

Check out a playlist with these songs and more like them here.

Feels Like Summer

*Me when it's more than 45° in Storrs*

Blister In The Sun

To embrace that sunburn I'll inevitably end up with.

Talk Too Much

This is a good one to blast with the windows down.

Santeria

References that one RiFF RaFF vine --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP3F1GH-a80

Sail Into The Sun

Speaks for itself.

Island In The Sun

(((Yeah I know more Weezer, but what can I say? They love warm weather!)))

Oceans

This one is for my beach lovers.

Malibu

Surprisingly not the Miley Cyrus one, but that one is a bop too.

Sunflower

Rex Orange Country just has such a soft, flowery voice.

Reachin' 2 Much (feat. Lalah Hathaway)

Anderson .Paak released this album just in time for summer and I am quite hyped.

BOOGIE

Night party anthem? Probably.

Amber

And finally, a kick back and chill song.

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