For all those upcoming Halloween parties, of course you need a playlist. Here are a few tunes to sprinkle throughout it to give it a hint of fright or autumnal warmth.
1. "Raised By Wolves" – Falling In Reverse. This song is most certainly a good one for halloween if anyone's dressed as a werewolf.
2. "Chelsea Grin"- Bring Me The Horizon. The screams and lyrics make for a spooky feel. It's always felt a bit creepy.
3. "Curse Of The Virgin Canvas"- Alesana. The low voices and the story is perfect for this scary holiday. It's nearly halloween themed.
4. "Shell Games"- Bright Eyes. A good song for autumn- not scary at all. It'll be a good break from some of the more creepy songs.
5. "The Murderer" – Alesana. Another fun and frightening tune. It can really send shivers up your spine.
6. "First Of The Year (Equinox)"- Skrillex. This dubstep song has an eerie feel.
7. "Pumped Up Kicks"- Foster The People. Yet another good fall song. It's a perfect beat for a party too.
8. "Okay I Believe You But My Tommy Gun Don't"- Brand New. This tune is surely a good one for any get together, but it really belongs in autumn.
Now gimme some (vegan) candy!
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