What is the song of 2017 autumn?


Earlier this week, we established two simple, irrefutable facts: 1. There is such a thing as a Song Qiu: jangly, painful music, with a cold afternoon, a broken heart, and a warm drink , And 2 pairs are fine, they are the best.
Now that we are both on the same page, we have to spend extra (crushing the leaves) and assign a song for the fall of 2017. Is there a single jam to define this season? Is there a special song that hugged our arm in our painful autumn, softly whispered that we were not alone? Has this fall its own “Despacito”?

We have a few options, all of which are below, any one of them is fine. Wear your craziest turtleneck and join us in this fantastic football season.
Jason Isbell & Nashville Sound – “My Last”

Deeply melancholy on this ruthless parade, or in other words: the perfect autumn song. Jason Isbell may be in the fall, Katy Perry wants to come in summer. respect.
Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vell – “Continental Breakfast”

Courtney Barnett soon became the protagonist of the fall music, giving Evan Dando’s sc charm. The song, as Edward Sharpe and Magnetic Zeroes’ hometown did a few years ago, stack them up when you can to get the outdoor table on.

Micah Schnabel – “Jazz & Cinnamon Toast Crunch”

For those who follow such things, the most controversial choice is “me.” When I first heard the song, I could hardly swallow the song. Is this the sincerity of despair? Is one of my friends described as “sound stable”? I do not know, but I’ve turned a corner, and now I’m not enough. The whole album, “Your New Norman Rockwell,” is gorgeous and I want to leave Los Angeles so I can appreciate it for what it’s meant to be like “wearing a light down jacket.”
Psychedelic fur – “love my way”

Yes, the strongest contender for the 2017 Fall Song was released in 1982, but it was included in the movie “You call my name” and has completely re-contextualized its icy synthesis The instrument makes it the perfect song for a cold weather party.


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