When I think of fall, I think of a household of people quieting down, settling in, and slow pacing through a fire lit evening. A slow pace, intertwining sounds, beautiful melody, interesting voices. Something that is so heavy, yet so light it can exist solely on it’s own beauty–that’s the kind of music I imagine fall being set to. It’s a season that likes to wrap up in flannel holding a warm cup of something in its hand and take in the setting sun. It’s a season that I’m learning to love.
I’m completely and totally NOT a music aficionado. I like music very much, but I don’t give myself that much credit.
However, I’m enjoying this Fall Playlist quite a bit.
healing touch . green river ordinance
i will be back one day . lord huron
lonely hands . angus & julia stone
ho hey . the lumineers
mercury . sleeping at last
find home . the honey trees
i won’t let you go . james morrison
tonight’s the kind of night . noah and the whale
skinny love . bon iver
sun . sleeping at last
stars . grace potter & the nocturnals