November curated playlist


Kaitlin Ryan

This month, Campus Editor Rachel Scully has compiled the perfect playlist for the upcoming holiday and week off for John Carroll students and staff. While the holiday is going to look a bit different this year, the warm mood, good food and music tunes should remain the same.

Rachel Scully, Campus Editor

In need of a November playlist but aren’t sure how to feel as the socially distanced holidays approach? The Carroll News has you covered! Check out this month’s folk playlist for some super warm vibes:


“Without Your Love” by The Paper Kites, feat. Julia Stone

“Celeste” by Ezra Vine

“Fall: War” by The Arcadian Wild

“Call Me When You Land” by Old Sea Brigade, feat. Luke Sital-Singh

“Pale November Dew” by The Dead Tongues 

“Fall, Fall, Fall” by Caamp

“Silhouettes” by Sleeping at Last

“Wildflowers” by Trampled by Turtles

“Silver Lining” by Mt. Joy

“Song for Zula” by Phosphorescent

“Hey, Coyote” by Mipso

“In a Week” by Hozier, feat. Karen Crowly 

“Tiderays” by Volcano Choir

“Harvest Moon” by Lord Huron

“Sleepy Head” by Toby Johnson

“Olivia” by Rayland Baxter

“Oh, Sing” by The Native Sibling

“Little Road” by Devarrow

“Olalla” by Blanco White

“lovers’ carvings” by Bibio

“Saturday Sun” by Vance Joy

“Alive” by Graeme James 

“Empress” by Morningsiders

“I Wish I Was the Moon” by Neko Casey

“Rough Johns” by John Craigie

“Bitter Water” by The Oh Hellos

“Amadeus” by Family and Friends

“Vanilla Pines” by Tow’rs

“1957” by Milo Greene

“A Week Ago” by Wild Rivers

“Subway Song” by Julianna Zachariou