October’s Reading Aesthetics: Spooky Music

october's reading aesthetics
Photo Credit: Beth Teutschmann

(Klejda is back!)

Hello people, 

I’m back. I know I have not written a blog post in quite a long time, and I apologize for that, but I promise to start writing regularly. 
Anyways, now that’s done, let’s start with today’s post, which is

“October Songs”. 
I’m going to include mostly Halloweeny songs, but also, maybe some autumny songs.

1-“Daylight” – 5 Seconds Of Summer
Although you wouldn’t expect a halloweenish song from 5 Seconds Of Summer, they have done it… (kind of). This song is about a guy who falls in love with a vampire, but he obviously doesn’t know it. I will admit though that I mostly picked this song because I love 5sos, and this song is AWESOME!
 
2-“Trick Or Treat” – Ghost Town
I think you can guess what this songs main theme is. This song would be amazing for a Halloween party, because it is about just that. Plus this song has a very repetitive/slightly annoying chorus, which is always fun.
 
3-“I Can’t Decide” – Scissor Sisters
Basically this song is about a love/hate relationship between two people, and it has kind of an angry vibe to it. Near the end of the song there are a few verses which give you great murder ideas, so just watch out for those.
(Anila’s note: I love this song! Seriously! Klejda recommended to me this beautiful song, and it became my summer anthem. It is amazing! So inspiring…)
 
4-“Sweater Weather” – The Neighbourhood
I don’t think don’t need to say anything about this song as I’m guessing most of you have heard it. This song is the epitome of autumn, it is about the start of sweater weather, and it has a very cool vibe.
 
5-“The Nightmare Before Christmas Soundtrack”
Nearly every song that is in this album is about Halloween, as you can guess from the title. My personal favourites are “Kidnap the Sandy Claws”, “Oogie Boogie’s Song”, and obviously “This is Halloween”. I also would advise you to watch the movie, and if you are unsure of when to watch it Halloween or Christmas, I would watch it on both.
 
 
              
  Have a great day!
Happy Scary Reading!
 
 
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4 thoughts on “October’s Reading Aesthetics: Spooky Music

  1. Quote:
    “Near the end of the song there are a few verses which give you great murder ideas, so just watch out for those.”
    LOL! You and Anila are so much alike in some respects.

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