Grab your favorite sweater and stock up on the bourbon - autumn has officially arrived! Have no fear though, we’ll keep you warm with a list to celebrate the changing of the seasons.
Filled with harvest tunes to be grateful, nostalgic and a little heartbroken to, here's Holler list of 10 of the best country songs for Fall. (Plus, check out the full 50-song playlist below!)
The transition from summer to fall in a beach town is nothing short of tragic; the sun fading into the distance as the landscape braces for the cold.
Bruce Springsteen’s gut-wrenching lyric is stripped back here and reinterpreted through Mercy Bell's nuanced vocal. Through it, Bell presents a deeper understanding of change with the hope of rebirth.
The changing of the seasons in Maine provides a perfect background for this apt statement about the end of a relationship.
Trunzo’s gritty and superbly honest approach is less about heartbreak and more about raw acceptance.
The former opening act and backup singers to Johnny Cash were famous for applying gospel-infused harmonies into country music.
Alongside this clever lyric, the layered vocals demonstrate such a heartfelt yearning that must only be heard while watching the first fallen leaves.
With lines like “when the icy winds blow through you / remember that it’s me who feels the cold most of all”, you’ll be hard-pressed to not feel the utter heartbreak yourself.
Reba McEntire delivers a tear-inducing vocal that will have you shaking your fist at this louse in New England.
The title track to Whitter’s superb 2022 album is an authentic testament to the bond of community.
A seasoned appreciation of individuals and spaces that shape and guide our lives. It's a reminder to give those close to you a call during this season.
Even a consummate gentleman like Johnson likes to have a rip-roaring good time. There's no pause for post-Summer sadness during this celebration of the colder months. Pull on your sweater, put another log on the fire, and get downright cozy.
When Strait’s honey-coated voice lingers into the chorus, you’ll feel the need to pour an extra shot of bourbon into your hot toddy. Who in their right mind would ever think of leaving the King of Country?
On his 1975 debut Old No. 1, Clark provided this tender but forthright cut about weathering any storm under the protection of a steadfast relationship. It’s a lyrical master class and one of a million reasons why he remains so beloved.
Ballerini always writes from a space of vulnerability and lived experience.
This nostalgic but universal reflection on her hometown will have you thinking back with a smile to those moments when your world revolved around Friday night football games.
Sure, it has one of the most iconic references to a scarf ever. Yet what is outstanding about the original 10-minute version is the precision of Swift’s craft.
The accompanying short film, while a welcome addition, wasn't needed with this strong imagery of lost love. Cozy up with a blanket and let her break you like a promise.
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