A Beautiful Indie Winter [Folksy Indie Ear-Warmers]

It’s finally that time of year when the weather gets colder (for most of us) and if you’re lucky enough to get snow, you get a chance to watch beautiful scenes unfold of white blanketed over the ground. Of course with that comes icy roads and runny noses but this of course is a feel good playlist so i’ve compiled a folksy indie winter mix to accompany you on those beautiful winter days when you can see your breath in the air yet despite your shivering you can’t help but think “Life is Beautiful.”

Sounds Like

Listen to the whole playlist at HerMusicBox1.Tumblr.Com hosted by 8tracks or download a track by right clicking a song title and clicking ‘save as’.

Best listened to in the morning sitting next to a window with a nice view and a nice hot cup of coffee, tea, or whatever your preference may be.

1. My Morning Jacket – Wonderful (The Way I Feel)
2. Bright Eyes – The Cleanse Song
3. Sufjan Stevens – All The Trees Of The Field Will Clap Their Hands
4. William Fitzsimmons – Goodmorning
5. The Head and The Heart – Winter Song
6. Death Cab For Cutie – A Lack of Color
7. James Vincent McMorrow – Hear The Noise That Moves So Soft And Low
8. Ben Howard – Everything
9. Damien Rice – Eskimo
10. City and Colour – Silver and Gold
11. Iron & Wine – Godless Brother In Love
12. Adele – Daydreamer
13. Pearl Jam – Just Breathe
14. Frank Turner – Nights Become Days
15. Ingrid Michaelson – Over the Rainbow

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2 comments
    • Well thank you for the wonderful shout-out, love your blog btw. Keep it Up! Nice to see a fellow wanderer in music, life, and travel.

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