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Ten Songs To Get High To This Fall


You may feel a little bit melancholic, but the best is yet to come this fall. Meanwhile, rejoice in pumpkin lattes and cozy clothes. (If it’s still pretty hot outside where you live, we are jealous.) To cheer you up we suggest getting your favorite cannabis product this evening and tuning into these ten best autumn beats.

1. Lorde – Homemade Dynamite Lyrics (feat. Khalid, Post Malone & SZA)


This re-re-remix will make you dancing in your chair. It seems calm from the beginning, but beats are quite fresh. Just to warm you up for this evening.

2. The xx – On Hold

A perfect song to get your bike out to the streets. Just enough to enjoy this autumn weather that makes you a little bit sad but happy.

3. Mike Perry – Stay Young ft. Tessa


A song to catch the last glimpses of summer. Stay young, stay awesome. Enjoy the beats.

4. Birgir — Can You Feel It

If you’re in the mood for a group sesh, call your friends and have a little party (as we know, a little party never killed nobody). Don’t forget to play this song.

5. Kaleo — Way Down We Go

For you who love some drama with a sexy voice. Yeah, you. Smoke some and get into that rock flow.

6. Gnarly Gibbs — I Need My Girl

A remix of one of The Nationals’ best songs but with a happy turn. If you feel lyrical but want something cheerful, it’s your choice. Oh, and weed.

7. Luke Christopher – Lot to Learn

You’ve probably heard this one but once again — why not to jam to the good beat? Beware: the song is catchy, especially if you’re high.

8. Alle Farben – She Moves feat. Graham Candy

In the mood for some rhythm? Then this song is for you. It’s going to cheer you up, for sure. And it’s also worth the high. Especially if you’re going listen to the lyrics carefully.

9. Lilly Wood and The Prick — Prayer in C

‘Cause you can’t get enough remixes, right? This one for you, chill lover. Take a fun song and make it a slow one. It’s almost meditative — and that’s why it’s so good.

10. Daecolm — Dancing Queen

Aaaaand here goes a golden classics of music — Abba’s Dancing Queen but with a twist. Please, feel free to feel super high and super gay. You’re welcome.

Listen to the good music and have a lovely weekend.

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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