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OPINION: Top 3 Fall Albums

Fall has finally arrived, and with fall there’s a certain mood that comes with it. In my opinion, these  are the top 3 best albums to listen to to get you in that fall mood. 

The first album that should be listened to during the fall season is “Superache ” by Conan Gray released on June 24th, 2022. The album is about the narrator’s struggles in life with love. It goes over heartbreak, loneliness, and sometimes happiness… but not really. My favorite song from this album is “ The Exit”. “The Exit” is about someone being still in love with someone while the other moved on, leaving you standing at the exit.

Another that will throw you straight into the fall feel is “Harry Styles” by Harry Styles released on May 12th, 2017. This is an album I put on whenever I have a fall candle burning beside me it delivers a fall feeling. It mostly covered relationships and his thoughts on love. My favorite song from this album is “From the Dining Table”.  It is about someone waiting on a lover to make up and go back to normal.

The final album that I feel everyone should listen to in fall is “Grace ” by Jeff Buckley released on August 23rd, 1994. This is an album I feel everyone should listen to at least once in their life. It goes over hardships in life as in tragedy, grief, failed relationships etc. The song “Lover, You Should’ve Come Over” is my personal favorite from the album with his biblically sounding vocals and amazing lyrics.

The previous albums listed are the three albums I think truly encapsulate fall and will make you feel the leaves fall, candle burning, and wrapped in a blanket fall weather.

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