Autumn Sounds Pt. 2

When the weather gets colder I start to crave certain things… foods like soups and chili’s, hooded sweatshirts, hot chocolate and mellow and melancholy filled music.  On my recent hunt for the warm the soul music, I’ve stumbled on to a few songs which when not cloudy outside, would sound just as good, but would illicit different feelings.

First up, from Canada, Indie Folk outfit Cuff the Duke and their song “Count on Me”.

British singer Luke Sital-Singh has a sound much more mature than his age suggests. Here is “Nothing Stays the Same”.

Not as new as the other two, but folk vets the Wood Brothers sing one of my more favorite melancholy songs, “Luckiest Man”.

Finally, a band that @Begt introduced me to, Swear and Shake with “Brother” from their forthcoming full-length album.

3 thoughts on “Autumn Sounds Pt. 2

  1. Nice selection. I’m still struggling with the change in weather, mainly because it seems like (apart from the beautiful colors) we went from Summer to Winter. My toes are currently freezing. I have been listening to the new Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros album a lot. That’s the one that’s stuck in the CD player in my car. I still don’t know how I feel about it.
    I’ve also been listening to OneRepublic’s “Native.” I hadn’t payed any attention to it until recently.

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