Ah, fall in Fairfield. It’s perhaps one of the most beautiful times of year in Connecticut, and definitely is on this campus. The perfectly manicured lawns become riddled with all colored leaves. Every girl is itching to find that semi-decent guy to take her to Silvermans to go pumpkin picking and take a nice hayride. The Point sunsets somehow get prettier, and the parties move indoors till once again we can all wear our bathing suits again.

With fall finally in our midst, it is customary to find the perfect playlist of songs to match the changing leaves and colder weather that is approaching. Every person has different taste in music, but one thing is for sure: some music just FEELS like fall. I am the queen of making playlists for almost every occasion, and every year the ultimate autumn playlist is perhaps the most fun to make.

So here is my gift to you — some of the best songs to add to your fall playlists that will make you want to frolic through leaves or curl up under ten blankets in your best fuzzy socks and watch “A Nightmare Before Christmas.” Go forth and enjoy!


“Lost in My Mind” — The Head and the Heart

“I and Love and You” — The Avett Brothers

“Jolene” — Ray LaMontagne

“Cherry Wine – Live” — Hozier

“New Street Name” — Dan Griffin

“Simple as This” — Jake Bugg

“Fall” — Ed Sheeran

“Back to Autumn” — Tall Heights

“Dead Sea” — The Lumineers

“La Vie En Rose” — Daniela Andrade version

“The Girl” — City and Colour

“Bloom” — The Paper Kites

“Even the Darkness has Arms” — The Barr Brothers

“Georgia” —  Vance Joy

“The Night We Met” — Lord Huron

“Move Together” — James Bay

“Poison and Wine” — The Civil Wars

“Stars and Satellites” — Dan Griffin

“First Day of My Life” — Bright Eyes

“Man On Fire” — Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros


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