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If there’s anything that’s going to get you through the winter, it’s a great playlist. Mellow, moody, and warm with vocals and harmonies you can feel all the way down in your toes. I know that I need something I can put on for a walk on those rare sunny days or an afternoon bundled up at a coffee shop.

This post’s playlist is a collection of strong female vocalists, plucky guitar melodies, and painfully honest revelations in lyrics that read like poetry. I find that folk music suites almost any and all occasions (my sister and I have, in fact, gotten ready for a night out listening to Phoebe Bridgers) so I’m pleased to share a few of my go-to’s with you. Click here to listen on Spotify.

Bite the Hand – Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus

Party of One – Brandi Carlile

River – Leon Bridgers

Murder in the City – The Avett Brothers

Forever – Mumford & Sons

1957 – Milo Greene

Horse to Water – Tall Heights

Traveling Song – Ryn Weaver

Love Like Ghosts – Lord Huron

Family and Genus – Shakey Graves

Walk into a Storm- The Lone Bellow

Annie – Johnnyswim

Winners – Trampled by Turtles

The Time I’ve Wasted – Lori McKenna

A Little Bit of Everything – Dawes

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