Tribune Tunes: Fall Songs

It’s time for sweaters and pumpkin spice and we here at The Tribune have a perfect playlist for the changing leaves.

“Sweater Weather,” The Neighborhood:  A song about love and the way you make a connection.  Just take things slow and enjoy the sweater weather.

“Another Story,” The Head & The Heart:  A song about maintaining positivity even when things are wild —  something we all need to remember in the middle of the semester.

“September,” Earth, Wind and Fire:  A song about remembering love in the fall.

“Grow Old With You,” Rusty Clanton:  A short and sweet song focusing on the purest parts of a relationship.  This acoustic cover serves as a calming reminder to appreciate the simple things that bring happiness.

“Place We Were Made,” Maisie Peters:  A song about home and about how no matter how much you want to leave, it is still home and the place where your formative years took place.  The lyrics and guitar go so well together and her voice is so beautiful, especially for someone so young.

“Whole,” Rixton:  A song that makes you feel like you’re sitting in a tree reading a book and listening to music — great vibes!

“Brown Eyed Girl,” Van Morrison:  Makes you think of leaves falling, crisp air, and high school days gone past.

“Spooky, Scary Skeletons,” Andrew Gold.  Just listen to it.

“Sleeping Inside,”Lilium.  All the feels on a fall day.

“Autumn Almanac,” The Kinks:  A song about autumn coming to get you into the fall spirit and festivities.

Listen to this playlist on Spotify:


Above Photo Cred:  Bradyn Spurlock.  Cover photo cred:  Camry W-N.