Swoon-worthy songs help fans sink into fall

Song One: “My Autumn’s Done Come” by Lee Hazlewood

Whether you want to relax surrounded by richly colored leaves or with a pumpkin latte in hand is up to you, but having this ‘60s, carefree classic with its gentle guitar strums humming away in the background will make your fall fun that much more magical.


Song Two: “Harvest Moon” by Lord Huron

“Harvest Moon” is a staple for any autumn playlist, but Lord Huron’s cover of this Neil Young song makes it otherworldly. With a love song so soothing, you can easily “dream this night away” under the moonlight. 


Song Three: “Moonlight in Vermont” by Frank Sinatra

With its swooning violins and stunning descriptions packaged in Sinatra’s velvety voice, this 1958 cover is sure to pair well with a November rain or foggy October walk alongside your S.O.


Song Four: “Rises the Moon” by Liana Flores

Oftentimes, fall is portrayed as the season of transformation. “Rises the Moon” embodies this spirit with a bittersweet guitar melody lamenting over the changing seasons. This lullaby is perfect for orange leaves, overcast days and stargazing as the world enters its autumnal slumber.