50 Fall Songs That Will 'Pumpkin Spice' Your Spotify

50 Fall Songs That Will 'Pumpkin Spice' Your Spotify

Get your pumpkin-spice lattes ready because fall is here.
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As a fall enthusiast, I am all about the "pumpkin spice-flavored" everything, sweater weather, and just the overall aesthetic of fall. The fall atmosphere is what basic people like me live for. It's comforting and everything smells like your grandma's kitchen (I have a literal candle called "grandma's kitchen" in my room right now).

One of my favorite aspects of fall though, is the making a playlist of "fall-ish" songs, so that when I'm crying while trying to write five papers and study for three exams at once, I have a lovely soundtrack playing to remind me that even though college is killing me and I'm broke as hell, it's still an amazing time of the year.

So, this playlist includes some fall songs to get you in the spirit of colorful leaves, Halloween and flannels.

Enjoy :~)

1. Autumn Leaves- Ed Sheeran

2. Sweater Weather- The Neighbourhood

3. Ghost- Halsey

4. Only Love- Ben Howard

5. Home- Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

6. Yellow- Coldplay

7. September- Earth, Wind & Fire

8. Ho Hey- The Lumineers

Most of their songs are very "fallish" because of their acoustic sound and I love them.

9. Magic- Coldplay

10. Thriller- Michael Jackson

Every time I hear this song I automatically think of that scene from "13 Going on 30." But, in all seriousness, if Halloween was a song it would be "Thriller."

11. Back to Autumn- Tall Heights

12.Trouble- Cage The Elephant

Just because the fall semester always gives me the most trouble (sorry I'm corny :-) ).

13. The A Team- Ed Sheeran

14. Ain't No Rest for the Wicked- Cage The Elephant

15. Winter Winds- Mumford & Songs

16. Work Song- Hozier

17. Stranger Things- Kyle Dixon

OKAY OCT. 27th WHERE YA AT??!! #JusticeForBarb

18. Landslide- Fleetwood Mac

19. Riptide- Vance Joy

20. Oceans- Seafret

21. Heavy- Birdtalker

22. Photograph- Ed Sheeran

23. Skinny Love- Birdy

24. Begin Again- Taylor Swift

Sorry, I'm still coping with the death of "old Taylor."

25. Winter Of Our Youth- Bastille

26. September Song- Jp Cooper

27. Bow And Arrow- Reuben And The Dark

28. Tessellate- Ellie Goulding

29. The Fall- Imagine Dragons

30. Tompkins Square Park- Mumford & Sons

31. Holy Ground- Taylor Swift

32. Dreams- Fleetwood Mac

33. Cigarette Daydreams- Cage The Elephant

34. Abracadabra- Steve Miller Band

^ How I look everytime I hear this song.

35. Come A Little Closer- Cage The Elephant

36. Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen



37. Heads Will Roll (A-Trak Remix Radio Edit)- Yeah Yeah Yeahs

38. Figure 8- Ellie Goulding

39. I Know You Care- Ellie Goulding

40. Ophelia- The Lumineers

41. Wake Me Up When September Ends- Green Day

42. The Best Day- Taylor Swift

43. Somebody Else- The 1975

44. Spirit Cold- Tall Heights

45. Let Her Go- Passenger

46. Northern Lights- Jaymes Young

47. Take It All Back 2.0- Judah & the Lion

48. White Winter Hymnal- Fleet Foxes

49. The Cave- Mumford & Sons

50. Old Pine- Ben Howard

Here's a link so you can listen and get your fall on:

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Why I Love The Film '8 Women'

A movie review

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The film is set in the 1950s in a large country residence. As the family comprised of mostly women prepares for Christmas, the 'master' of the house is discovered dead in his bed, with a dagger stuck in his back. The murderer must be one of the eight women in the house at the time, and in the course of the investigations, each has a tale to tell and so many secrets to hide.

The scene opens with Suzon returning from school for Christmas break, finding her mother Gaby, her younger sister Catherine, and her wheelchair-bound grandmother Mamy in the living room, where most of the action of the film takes place. Gaby eventually tells Catherine to go wake up her father Marcel, which is when she finds that her father's been stabbed to death. Attempting to call the authorities, they find that the phone is disconnected, and soon come to the realization that the murderer is either of them As the women begin to question and prod at each other, many secrets come to light: that Louise slept with Marcel, that Chanel loves Pierrette, that Suzon is pregnant, that Suzon is not Marcel's daughter, which is just as well since she is pregnant with his child, that Gaby was about to leave with Marcel's business associate and that Mamy had poisoned her husband a long time ago. The plot concludes with Catherine revealing that Marcel is not dead and that she had plotted everything in order to show her father the truth about "his women". As she opens the door to his bedroom, he shoots himself in the head.

For a movie boasting of an all-female cast, the movie is an astonishingly anti-feminist film. Starting with the fact that all 8 female characters are built around a man, Marcel. Throughout the film, we are given the impression that one of them killed Marcel, only later to discover that he was never dead. All these women are both appealing and appalling, it is clear that they are each willing to do whatever it takes for money, love, revenge, and this is in fact what really kills Marcel. The movie is filled with songs with themes of disappointed love, loneliness, and yearning. To me, these songs seem to be each of the women's victimizing, self-justification for their appalling actions. What I find most concerning is Mamy's crime (she poisoned and killed her husband) and Suzon's confession (she is pregnant with her 'father's' child). The movie, instead of presenting these very private secrets as serious and appalling claims, turns the death of Marcel into a joke. The whole movie, to me, seems as though it is a criticization of females and their relationships with males, and yet somehow, it seems absurd for me to criticize it for this appalling view as it is supposed to be a satirical comedy.

While I do appreciate this very obvious comedy, I cannot help but find that the movie happened to be a humorous crossover between sexual decadence and violence. Though this film is veiled within the guise of being feminist, it somehow manages to completely demonize each of the female characters. What stands out to me the most is the way in which each female character is so under-represented and villainized. Don't get me wrong though, this movie is worth a watch, the depth of the dialogues, the vibrancy of the characters, the songs, all come together to paint a wonderful yet slightly peculiar picture of French culture.

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