Spring is finally here, and many students are taking advantage of the warm weather to get outdoors, hang out with friends, and more. To welcome good weather, flowering and rain, it is essential to have music adapted to the season. Here’s a list of albums that are great additions to your playlists and can serve as great music to lie outside and enjoy the nice weather.
We do not care? by Rex Orange County
This is the latest release from British independent artist Rex Orange County. We do not care? is a testament to being happy and going through the bad times. As such, it’s one of Rex’s most upbeat albums. The album has a consistent upbeat and happy energy throughout, and it perfectly encapsulates the energy the season can consistently have.
Best Spring Song: “Amazing”
From 2 to 3 by Peach Pit
Peach Pit offers completely unique pieces that accurately portray the feelings that can be associated with the season. Peach Pit is constantly creating upbeat, warm music that can help anyone get into the spirit of the season, as they create music that would be great to play on a beach or even at a picnic in an open field. .
Best Spring Song: “Vickie”
sigh no more by Mumford & Sons
Realistically, you could substitute this album for any other Mumford & Sons album; however, this one seems the most appropriate. This album is one of the most uplifting the band has released. It fits perfectly with all the feelings that can be associated with the season in this album, and it’s evident in the lyrics. It’s a great album to listen to if you need to be in a better mood after a hard day.
Best Spring Song: “The Cave”
flower boy by Tyler, the creator
flower boy is a full-length spring album. Not only does it have all the imagery in the songs to accurately depict the season, but also the songs sound so intertwined with the season in the same way the whole album is put together. Tyler really wanted to create an album that had an atmospheric, flowery vibe, and he did it perfectly.
Best Spring Song: “Pothole”
songs of her by she
It’s not a question of aesthetics but of sound quality. The whole album sounds spatial, but not in the way that makes it sound like a void that the songs inhabit, but sounds like a very open space where this song exists.
Best Spring Song: “What Once Was”
Is this this by The Strokes
The Strokes never fail to deliver dance-worthy songs that are the epitome of excitement and fun. That’s what makes their music so perfect for the season, because it’s easy to skip over or instill that feeling if you need to be more reserved. Similar to Mumford & Sons, The Strokes can change any album in place of this album, but this one feels like it fulfills the overall feeling better than any other album in their discography.
Best Spring Song: “Someday”
Nothing happens by Wallows
Wallows is the most complete group of the spring season. They make music that matches the season and the feelings that can be associated with it. Each song fits perfectly with the season as a whole and it reflects their laid back, upbeat songs that talk about things that get you in the mood to enjoy the weather and the beauty around you.
Best Spring Song: “Halloween”
Rumors by Fleetwood Mac
An old timer on this list, Fleetwood Mac perfectly displays all the sentiment associated with sentiment, and the hippie vibes are unmatched. Fleetwood Mac knows what kind of music he makes and they’ve shown it throughout their discography. This album in particular is the one that is most focused on the feelings of novelty that the season brings.
Best Spring Song: “The Chain”
Because the Internet by Childish Gambino
This album is not old, but it is nostalgic. This album can make any listener want to dance because it is so familiar to the listener’s growth. The album has emotions that can be associated with the ups and downs of the season and the weather and goes hand in hand with any emotion that may arise during this season.
Best Spring Song: “3005”
BLACK by Smino
Another song that has bop after bop. BLACK isn’t as much of a roller coaster, the songs are almost cohesive and display the fun emotions associated with the season. It’s a great album to ride in a car and it’s so happy and bouncy.
Best Spring Song: “PIZANO”
Apollo XXI by Steve Lacy
This album is the complete spring album because it perfectly illustrates the wonder and novelty experienced in spring. Steve goes experimental in this album, he sets a new precedent in the matter and conveys joyful and relaxed emotions that only he can display in a tracklist.
Best Spring Song: “Only If”