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Whether you're driving home from work with your windows rolled down, soaking in the crisp air and warm-colored leaves, or cozying up on your bed with a cup of apple cider and a fuzzy blanket, we think the fall season deserves its own playlist. Below is a run-down of some of "The Overflow" team's top-six recommendations for music albums you should add to your collection this autumn.
1. All Sons & Daughters (Self-Titled Album)
I enjoy All Sons & Daughters' self-titled album from 2014. Their music is biblically-based and it leads me back to His Word. The calmness of their music and their voices makes me want to curl up with a blanket, a book, and some coffee and fully enjoy the fall weather! - Kayleigh Marks
Fall is such a classic season! It remains true to tradition with it's rich colors, sweet, crisp air, yet keeps its edge with changing fashion, flavors and friends. That being said, my favorite music this Autumn, is Amadeus. This electric stringed quartet takes traditional classics and gives them a modern twist! Great melodies to enjoy with a hot cup of Pumpkin Spice! - Kristine Scharven
3. As Family We Go // Rend Collective
I can't rave enough about the new Rend Collective Album "As Family We Go." This group has a very original sound and this particular album is so full of joy as it reminds us to be thankful for what God has done in our lives. I also love the way they share their Irish heritage with uniquely poetic lyrics and a whimsical sound. - Karen Whisler
4. Empires // Hillsong United
Empires by Hillsong United is my recent favorite worship album. The praise song "Even When It Hurts," reminds me of God's presence and joy in every season of life. Throughout this album, you will experience God's deep peace, His true love for you, the nearness of His presence in the hard times of life, and His joy in the close times of worship. - Melissa Neuverth
5. How Can it Be? // Lauren Daigle
"How Can It Be" by Lauren Daigle is one of those albums of raw emotion. Lauren Daigle puts her heart on the line through this album. Not only does she demonstrate how to praise God for who He is, she also walks through surrendering her own personal struggles and making Christ the King of her life. It's always encouraging to watch other people live their lives relentlessly for Christ. But as a young woman, listening to Lauren worship is altogether refreshing, encouraging, and inspiring. It pulls me back to making Christ first in my life, surrendering my heart to Him, honoring Him, and centering my life around His promises. - Hanna Pogue
6. Mobile Orchestra // Owl City
I'm currently jamming to Owl City's newest album, "Mobile Orchestra." There's such a good variety of Christian, techno, and songs about Spaghetti-O's and Power-Wheels. Seriously. I love the upbeat tunes, and randomness in this album. My top tunes in this album are "Unbelievable," "You're Not Alone" with Brit Nicole, and my current repeat, feel good song, "Back Home" with Jake Owen. Check it out - you won't be disappointed! - Courtney Mynhier