The Ultimate Autumn Playlist

The Ultimate Autumn Playlist

For when you just wanna curl up in your flannel blanket.


If there's one thing that most people can enjoy, it's music. We might not all like the same kinds, but we all connect to it. Autumn is here, and I don't know about you, but that calls for some autumnal music that you can kick back and relax to. Put it on while that autumn rain falls on the other side of your window.

1. Winterbreak by MUNA

2. Dave's Song by Whitney

3. The Gold by Manchester Orchestra

4. Don't Wanna Be Your Girl by Wet

5. Baby I'm Yours by Arctic Monkeys

6. There's A Honey by Pale Waves

7. From The Dining Table by Harry Styles

8. Way It Goes by Hippo Campus

9. Seven Wonders (Early Version) by Fleetwood Mac

10. Drew Barrymore by SZA

11. You Never Knew by HAIM

12. Snaggletooth by Vance Joy

13. Young Dumb & Broke by Khalid

14. Wild World by Yusef / Cat Stevens

15. Love Me Tender by Elvis Presley

16. The Parts by Manchester Orchestra

17. Hello Rain by The Softies

18. Angela by The Lumineers

19. Crash Land by Twin Atlantic

20. Sex by Sticky Fingers

21. Rolling Stone by Reuben And The Dark

22. & by Pinegrove

23. Strange Feeling by Panama

24. Wait For Me by Kings Of Leon

25. Honey Slider by Houndmouth

26. Some Grace by Hop Along

27. Coming Down by Dum Dum Girls

28. Someday You Will Be Loved by Death Cab For Cutie

29. Into The Black by Chromatics

30. Cigarettes & Loneliness by Chet Faker

31. I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Bootstraps

32. Porno by Arcade Fire

33. Passionfruit by Drake

34. Oxford Comma by Vampire Weekend

35. Nothing Rips Through Me by Pity Sex

36. Naked As We Came by Iron & Wine

37. 7 Hours Ago by Honeywater

38. Did You Hear The Rain? by George Ezra

39. I Wish I Was Sober by Frightened Rabbit

40. All Things All At Once by Tired Pony

41. Darlin' by Houndmouth

42. Made In Hollywood by LANY

43. Too Much To Ask by Niall Horan

44. Fast Car by Tracy Chapman

45. Swim by Fickle Friends

46. Girl Crush (Cover) by Harry Styles

47. River by Leon Bridges

48. Fallingforyou by The 1975

49. In My Way by MUNA

50. Heartbeats by Jose Gonzalez

51. England by The National

52. Woman by Harry Styles

53. Paper Aeroplane by Angus & Julia Stone

54. Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want by The Smiths

55. Woods by Bon Iver

56. Give Me Love by Ed Sheeran

57. Like Real People Do by Hozier


59. I Fall Apart by Post Malone

60. Ribs by Lorde

61. Landslide by The Smashing Pumpkins

62. Lover's Spit by Broken Social Scene

63. Same Drugs by Change The Rapper

64. We Don't Eat by James Vincent McMorrow

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