Playlist Series: Fresh Finds for Fall

The amount of new music released this fall was insane and almost overwhelming. To make it easier for you to fill your ears with everything that is new and necessary to listen to, here’s a compilation of the latest tunes:

 

Do You Love Someone – Grouplove

An infamously peculiar group, Grouplove just delivered another album packed full of jams. This song especially is great for when you’re late to class and need one of those annoyingly upbeat dance songs to step up your pace. 

An infamously peculiar group, Grouplove just delivered another album packed full of jams. This song especially is great for when you’re late to class and need one of those annoyingly upbeat dance songs to step up your pace. 

Youth – Glass Animals

The Psychedelic groove of this band is even more so prevalent in their new album. How to Be a Human Being, filled with songs like this one that can be played anytime, whether it be whilst studying or getting ready to take on the weekend.

The Psychedelic groove of this band is even more so prevalent in their new album. How to Be a Human Being, filled with songs like this one that can be played anytime, whether it be whilst studying or getting ready to take on the weekend.

Best to You – Blood Orange

A beautiful new composition by the one and only artist that makes me feel like everything's gonna be okay.

A beautiful new composition by the one and only artist that makes me feel like everything's gonna be okay.

Radio – Sylvan Esso 

With calming electronica and a voice like no other, this group's new number has a faster tempo than most of their others, making it perfect for a busy fall day.

With calming electronica and a voice like no other, this group's new number has a faster tempo than most of their others, making it perfect for a busy fall day.

33 “GOD” – Bon Iver

This single is off of an extremely experimental album that’s full of abnormal titles and song structures, but Justin Vernon’s distinctive croon can still be found; the entirety is also the perfect length to finish up a short assignment or read that chapter for history that you’ve been procrastinating.

This single is off of an extremely experimental album that’s full of abnormal titles and song structures, but Justin Vernon’s distinctive croon can still be found; the entirety is also the perfect length to finish up a short assignment or read that chapter for history that you’ve been procrastinating.

False Alarm - The Weeknd

If you say you don’t like The Weeknd, you’re probably lying and just don’t want to seem like a conformist. He’s been blessing us with a few new singles lately, and the beat on this one could make anything a party. 

If you say you don’t like The Weeknd, you’re probably lying and just don’t want to seem like a conformist. He’s been blessing us with a few new singles lately, and the beat on this one could make anything a party. 

Pink + White - Frank Ocean

A surprisingly slow and sad, not to mention long awaited, album just dropped from Frank last month, full of deep lyrics and existential phrases. This composition is a personal fave, as it features Beyoncé. 

A surprisingly slow and sad, not to mention long awaited, album just dropped from Frank last month, full of deep lyrics and existential phrases. This composition is a personal fave, as it features Beyoncé. 

Runners - The Naked and Famous

This new song, from a band whose name I’m still not over, makes me feel like I’m in a movie – which helps on those mornings when I can’t even get out of bed. 

This new song, from a band whose name I’m still not over, makes me feel like I’m in a movie – which helps on those mornings when I can’t even get out of bed. 

How Did I Get Here - Odesza

Always always always Odesza. Just... Always.

Always always always Odesza. Just... Always.

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