January 22, 2024

Fall Songs to Listen to While Walking Through Campus or Sipping a Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Autumn offers more reflective tunes compared to spring and summer's more upbeat, optimistic sounds. Autumn marks changing weather patterns and intimate relationships that mirror love's constant flux; making this season ideal for heartwarming ballads by Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, Hozier and The Lumineers among others. Here are our favorite fall songs perfect for listening while walking through campus or enjoying pumpkin spice lattes.

George Strait's 1991 hit song "Chill of an Early Fall" is an epitome of fall songs, featuring emotive lyrics and imagery to transport you back to a crisp autumn night. The chill in the air symbolizes his fear about his lover's close acquaintance.

The Lumineers' "Sedona" is a dark and folky song perfect for an autumn stroll, featuring haunting vocals and an acoustic accompaniment that creates the effect of listening to someone recount a ghost tale.

"Woodland" by Noah Kahan is another creepy folk tune perfect for autumn. From its name and cover image - featuring a forest filled with vivid orange leaves - to Kahan's roots in Vermont and New Hampshire contributing to his fall-themed country sound, and acoustic choices; everything about this album shouts autumn!

Though not explicitly fall themed, Sting's "Fields of Gold" is perfect for walking through city or countryside while admiring autumn leaves on trees. This heartbreaking tune focuses on grieving a loss, while remembering how their departure changed your emotions.

As we immerse ourselves in the beauty of fall, whether it's through strolling along the vibrant campus pathways or indulging in a warm pumpkin spice latte, let's not forget our humble lawns, which may become infested with clover. If you're constantly battling this pesky weed, fear not! Check out this helpful guide on how to effectively kill clover in lawns and reclaim the lush greenery we all desire.

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