Happy Spring! Happy April! Happy Tuesday! Today I thought we could kick off the new season and new month with some new tunes. Below is my latest Spring Music Playlist (Folk/Americana Playlist).
I don’t know how it is for you, but I love the month of April. Temperatures are rising, green is popping up everywhere, and the gray remnants of winter are being washed away by spring rains. What bliss!
Spring Music Playlist (Folk/Americana Playlist):
For the past couple of weeks, as I’ve welcomed spring, I’ve also been assembling a new playlist (and listening to it non-stop). I think it’s finally ready to share. If you’ve been following my playlists here on IBC, you know I have a soft spot for folk/Americana. A lot of my playlists are sprinkled with (or packed full of) this type of music. I love how these songs tell a story. Plus, who doesn’t love the soothing sounds of guitar strumming?
I’m not exaggerating when I say I’ve been listening to my playlists almost non-stop. As you know, life is a bit crazy here at Bayberry House right now. I want to say that at least 75% of my home is either under demolition or covered in sheets of plastic or a layer of dust. This is largely due to my kitchen remodel. However, I’ve also started my own little design challenge, which I’ll be telling you about on the blog tomorrow.
I like tunes when I work, so this playlist and many of my other ones are being put to use. This is the one I’ve played most often recently. (Although, I do rely on a more pop-inspired playlist when I need a bit more groovy energy. You can find that here. I’ll be sharing it soon, but it still needs a few more tracks before it’s ready.)
Several of my faves on this playlist are:
– Pictures by Judah & the Lion (with Kacey Musgraves)
– The Wolves by Mandolin Orange
– Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters by Maren Morris
– Hymn #101 – Joe Pug
You can listen to the full playlist HERE. I’ve also included the Spotify widget below. However, it’s my understanding that you can only sample the songs using the widget.
I use Spotify for all of my music. (You can follow my account here.) It’s a free service, and I highly recommend it.
No matter where or how you listen, I hope these songs add joy to your day and help you discover some new artists and music!