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We're fully embracing these days at home. From cleaning out the closets and rearranging the living room to testing out natural deodorant and hair masks, let's make the most of this time. 


In all seriousness, we hope this departure from the day-to-day gives you a chance to rest, to get inspired, and to connect with the ones closest to you. 


With that in mind, we’ve put together a soundtrack for these moments at home. It’s fresh, yet familiar. Moody, yet upbeat. Energizing, yet just-plain-chill. The perfect blend for whatever the days ahead may bring. So go on, kick back, and hunker down. 


Playlist No. 15 // Listen on SPOTIFY


 1. Sail Away - Phillip Larue

 2. Bloodlines - Cape Francis

 3. Rearrange Us - Mt. Joy

 4. Talking - Elderbrook

 5. Put a Light On - Generationals

 6. You're Mine - Lola Marsh

 7. Groceries - Mallrat

 8. Wonder - The Lone Bellow

 9. Hesitate - Goldenn Vessel, Emerson Leif

 10. LivWithoutU -St. Paul & The Broken Bones

 11. Sensitive Heart - Yoke Lore, Jax Anderson

 12. From Gold - Novo Amor

 13. Coastline - Hollow Coves

 14. Hey, Ma - Bon Iver

 15. Warm Animal - Sure Sure

 16. She Burns - Foy Vance

 17. Hymn #35 - Joe Pug 

 18. Daughter - Ellie Turner **A Citizenry alum who's off taking Nashville by storm! 

 19. Bird Song - Elderbrook 

 20. People Need A Melody - The Head and the Heart


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