Playlist: Spring Break Roadtrip

March 13, 2019

The sweetness of spring break is approaching! Whether you’re going on a road trip or a long flight or just chilling, this is the perfect playlist to complement your break. But this playlist is definitely best paired with cruising around with the windows down. Enjoy an eclectic mix of upbeat music from indie rock and pop rock to hip hop, both old and new.



  1. Tints (feat. Kendrick Lamar) by Anderson .Paak

  2. Set it Free by Now, Now

  3. Loving is Easy by Rex Orange County

  4. Smile by Lily Allen

  5. Goofy Shit by STRFKR

  6. Easier Said by Sunflower Bean

  7. Not the Time by SASAMI

  8. SGL by Now, Now

  9. The One to Wait by CCFX

  10. Do You by Spoon

  11. 666Bus bt Reptaliens

  12. Pristine by Snail Mail

  13. Room by Palehound

  14. Jesse by Frankie Cosmos

  15. The Bus Song by Jay Som

  16. Gotta Get Away by the Black Keys

  17. This Year by Beach Fossils

  18. Home by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

  19. Tighten Up by the Black Keys

  20. Short Skirt / Long Jacket by Cake

  21. Diane Young by Vampire Weekend

  22. Here it Goes Again by OK Go

  23. Take It by Jay Som

  24. Lonely Boy by The Black Keys

  25. Seventeen by Sjowgren

  26. Short Court Style by Natalie Prass

  27. Hymn for the Weekend by Coldplay

  28. She Won’t Go Away by Faye Webster

  29. We Used to Vacation by Cold War Kids

  30. The Underdog by Spoon

  31. Get Off My Cloud by the Rolling Stones

  32. With Arms Outstretched by Rilo Kiley

  33. Take It Easy by Archie James Cavanaugh

  34. Feels (feat. Pharrell Williams) by Calvin Harris


  36. Never Be Like You (feat. Kai)

  37. Charity by Courtney Barnett

  38. Bad Reputation by Joan Jett

  39. Rollercoaster by Bleachers

  40. The Ghosts of Beverly Drive by Death Cab for Cutie

  41. Thinning by Snail Mail

  42. What’s the Use? by Mac Miller

  43. Sliding Doors by Flyte

  44. Sense by King Gizzard

  45. Cigarette Daydreams by Cage the Elephant

  46. The Less I Know The Better by Tame Impala

  47. The Body Is a Blade by Japanese Breakfast

  48. Where Did I Go? by Jorja Smith


Julia DiFiori is a twenty-year-old from Los Angeles. She studies Cinema Studies and Creative Writing at Oberlin College. In five years, expect to find Julia writing for a TV show or fashion magazine while also fronting an innovative indie rock band. Julia steps up for intersectional feminism and the importance of art in the human experience. Her favorite podcast is WTF with Marc Maron.


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