25 Songs On My October Playlist
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25 Songs On My October Playlist

Because we all need a specific playlist for fall and spooky vibes.

25 Songs On My October Playlist
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I am the type of person to listen to the same few songs on repeat for a week or two and then decide I need new music or I am going to rip my hair out. So my October playlist is made up of songs that are actually all pretty new to me. Admittedly, I found most of them on the Spotify playlist "idk" and from watching "Five Feet Apart".

So not all of them are happy, but I think it's going to be a pretty banging October. Here are twenty-five songs going on my October playlist this year!

1. "i walk this earth all by myself" — EKKSTACY

2. "Haunt You" — X Lovers, chloe moriondo

3. "As the World Caves In" — Matt Maltese

4. "Heather" — Conan Gray

5. "change ur mind" — Sarcastic Sounds, Claire Rosinkranz, Clinton Kane

6. "It's Not The Same Anymore" — Rex Orange County

7. "As a Child" — Madeline The Person

8. "fools (can't help falling in love)" — Foster, Sody, Sarcastic Sounds

9. "I'm Okay Now" — badly

10. "Older" — Alec Benjamin

11. "The Great Escape" — Woodkid

12. "Anchor" — Novo Amor

13. "Medicine" — Daughter

14. "Shallows" — Daughter

15. "Wait" — M83

16. "Up, Up & Away" — Chance Pena

17. "My Baby Just Cares for Me" — Nina Simone

18. "State Lines" — Novo Amor

19. "To Let Go" — Jozy

20. On & On & On" — Born Ruffians

21. "Roadblock (Six Weeks)" — Atta Boy

22. "Bloom" — The Paper Kites

23. "Better" — Michigander

24. "Bad Day" — Justus Bennetts

25. "Nantes" — Beirut

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