5 Albums You Didn't Know You Needed This Spring
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5 Albums You Didn't Know You Needed This Spring

Music for the best season

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5 Albums You Didn't Know You Needed This Spring
Riley Frank

Spring break (at least for me) is here, and I'm more than ready for sunny and 65! There's just something about certain albums that make me want to drive with the windows down and take in the sun finally. In honor of my favorite season, I have to have the perfect soundtrack. Here are my five springiest (mostly newly released) albums :)


1. Landmark // Hippo Campus (Anything by Hippo Campus)


Favorite Tracks: Way it Goes, Simple Season, Western Kids

Best Listening Time: Literally anytime anywhere


2. Walls // Kings of Leon

Favorite Tracks: Reverend, Find Me, Around the World

Best Listening Time: Early Afternoon


3. The Search for Everything (Wave 1 & 2) // John Mayer


Favorite Tracks: Still Feel Like Your Man, Helpless, Love on the Weekend

Best Listening Time: Road Trip

4. Manners // Passion Pit

Favorite Tracks: Little Secrets, The Reeling, Sleepyhead

Best Listening Time: Sunny Morning

5. Salad Days // Mac Demarco

Favorite Tracks: Salad Days, Blue Boy, Let Her Go

Best Listening Time: Bright Afternoon

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