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Indie Folk Playlist Autumn 2023 – The best Chill, Cozy, Coffeehouse Music of October 2023

indie folk autumn 2023

Indie Folk Playlist Autumn 2023 – The best new Indie, Indie Folk, Acoustic and Singer-Songwriter in our new Chill, Cozy, Coffeehouse Compilation of October 2023. Discover the cosiest indie songs by upcoming, new and emerging indie folk artists. Relaxation guaranteed! Feat. Indie, Indie Folk, Americana, Singer-Songwriter, Folk. Also, the best chill, relaxed study music 🙂

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  1. Meadowlark – What’s It Like to Love Me
  2. Taylor T – Endless Skies
  3. Handsome Ghost – Birch Trees
  4. Brooks Dixon – Would You Say Yes
  5. Jacob Cook X The Patch – Gone
  6. Ed Gumbrecht X Claire Marie – Air
  7. Simon Mitlid – Almost Forever
  8. brompton – The Table (Emmit Fenn)
  9. Jay Ssandri – January
  10. Timbre Shore – You Found Me
  11. Lucie Glang X Joe Pope – Coffee
  12. Bre Kennedy – Retrospect

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Roel Wensink
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Roel started ForTheLoveOfBands to provide bands and artists with a platform to get their music heard and provide tips gathered along the way. Being a musician himself, he knows how hard it is and how much time it takes to promote your newly recorded gems.


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