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October Playlist!


With October being almost over (I still need to process this…) I thought it was a good time to upload another monthly playlist, don’t you think?

These 20 songs have been on repeat almost all month long. Some I discovered a week or so ago but they made it to the list because they were awesome and some others have been my favourites for a long time but I kind of rediscovered them this October. We also have instrumental. You guy know I can’t live with it; it’s what accompanies me while reading so of course some of them will be in the playlist.



I'd love you to listen to all of them, if possible, but out of the 20 my favourites are:

  1. Changing of the Seasons by Two Door Cinema Club
  2. Animals by Maroon 5
  3. Busindre Reel by Hevia. LISTEN TO IT. IT’S INSTRUMENTAL, WITH BAGPIPES AND BEAUTIFUL.
  4. Miracle by Hurts
  5. Superheroes & Flares by The Script. Their new album is beyond amazing. I love all the songs but Superheroes and Flares are the ones I’ve been listening the most to but expect more songs by them in my November playlist.

And here is the complete list!



So, what songs have you been listening to this month? Do you know these ones? I want to know! Also, I wanna know if you like this format, the Spotify list I mean or if you would prefer that I upload some YouTube videos. I don’t mind =)

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