The 30 Best Pop Songs You Might Have Missed This Fall

1. “Out of Mind” by Tove Lo

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Her song “Habits” from earlier this year is one of the most under appreciated songs of the year. This song is quite good as well.

2. “Elastic Heart” by Sia feat. The Weeknd & Diplo

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From the Hunger Games soundtrack. Anything Sia sings for herself is basically flawless in my book. This one is a chill mid-tempo jam.

3. “Your New Beloved” by Lovelife

The instrumental reminds me of one of my secret favorite Madonna songs, “Power of Goodbye.”

4. “Afterglow” by Wilkinson

Vocals are done by Becky Hill, who was a contestant on the U.K.’s version of The Voice. She kind of sounds like Florence + The Machine.

5. “Changing of the Seasons” by Two Door Cinema Club

A bopper.

6. “Change Your Life” by Iggy Azalea feat. T.I.

I feel like you either hate or you love Iggy Azalea. I love her, and she finally has a song that’s charting…in the U.K.

7. “Old School Love” by Lupe Fiasco feat. Ed Sheeran

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Totally random combination that you think wouldn’t work, but it does.

8. “Everything You Never Had” by Breach

Has a very ’90s house vibe. Cool music video too.

9. “Honeymoon Avenue” by Ariana Grande

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THIS. SONG. IS. EVERYTHING. If you haven’t listened to Ariana Grande yet, then you have to listen to this song.

10. “Too Much” by Drake feat. Sampha

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Drake’s album is awesome, which I’m sure you already know. This song just seemed perfect for fall.

11. “SuperLove” by Charli XCX

This song. This video. Charli XCX, in general. Everything about this is perfection. Good gym song too.

12. “Sleepwalker” by Bonnie McKee

Just a solid pop song. Also spooky.

13. “You’re Nobody “Til Somebody Loves You” by James Arthur

Love his voice. Listen to his cover of “Impossible” if you haven’t already.

14. “You’re Not the One” by Sky Ferreira

This song is basically like crack. You’re missing out if you haven’t heard her album too.

15. “3005” by Childish Gambino

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Very Drake-esque.

16. “Sweetest Thing” by Lulu James


17. “Do My Thang” by Miley Cyrus

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The best song off Bangerz. The rap in it is awfully good.

18. “Cry No More” by Vaults

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So many bells. Reminds me a bit of Ellie Goulding.

19. “Saturday Night” by Natalia Kills

The song came out way earlier this year but to me it feels perfect for fall. Love her voice.

20. “I Hope” by Rebecca Ferguson

Great voice. Was the runner-up on last season’s U.K. X-Factor.

21. “Pumpin Blood” by NONONO (Jane Doze Remix)

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I LOVE THIS REMIX. You probably know this song from a commercial, but this remix is way better.

22. “Paris” by Magic Man

This is one of those songs that you will instantly like.

23. “5 AM” by Katy B

Katy B is an awesome British pop star. This is the first single from her second album and it’s got a throwback ’90s house feel. “I need some loving like valium” = great lyric too.

24. “Girls” by The 1975

Fun & poppy indie rock song.

25. “Into the Night” by MDNGHT

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Chill as fuck. Good ~evening~ song.

26. “Best Be Believeing” by AlunaGeorge

AlunaGeorge is an English electronic music duo. This song contains many “na na”s so it will get stuck in your head.

27. “Ain’t Nobody” by Jasmine Thompson

She’s 12 years old and already better than your faves. This is a QUALITY cover.

28. “All the Days” by HAERTS

Love HAERTS. Listen to “Wings” if haven’t already.

29. “All Night” by Icona Pop

Not sure why this song hasn’t totally caught on yet. The video is very cute and the drop in the song is great.

30. “Loved Me Back to Life” by Celine Dion

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If you didn’t already know, Celine Dion has a new song!!!!! It took me a few listens to fall in love with it but I totally have. Sia wrote it, which is another reason why it’s great.

Other great songs: “101 Vultures” by Alex Winston, “Hello Heartache” by Avril Lavigne, “Can’t Wait” by Estelle + Booker T., “Duet in B Minor” by Pacific Air, and “Dirty Paws” by Of Monsters And Men.

You can go to a Spotify playlist of these songs here and here. Unfortunately, not all of the songs were available. 🙁

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