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Our Workout Playlist for October

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It’s that time again to refresh your workout tunes for another month. This month we’ve compiled a collection of our favourite slow jams and chill-out tunes, perfect for your yoga or recovery sessions. Enjoy!

1. Adore – Amy Shark

This track is a gorgeous homage to young love and will ring true to anyone who has had a burning teenage crush. Amy’s vocals are beautiful and powerful.

2. Slow Dancing In A Burning Room – John Mayer

Conversely, this classic ballad is about the shattering breakup many of us have endured. Nevertheless, this song is perfectly written with Mr. Mayer’s genius guitar work and may legitimately be this writer’s favourite song of all time.

3. Berlin – RY X

This track from Australian musician RY X is soft and haunting with stunning vocal work. Give yourself time to truly enjoy it.

4. For My Help – Hayden Calnin

The highlight of this track is Hayden’s strong, passionate vocals which pair nicely with some cracking percussion. Breathe in, breathe out.

5. The Beast – Angus and Julia Stone

This song is a bit of a throw back from icons of the Australian acoustic and indie landscape, Angus and Julia Stone. A little more upbeat than the rest of the songs in this collection with those unmistakable vocals from the pair.

6. Flume – Bon Iver

The opening track on the iconic album For Emma, Forever Ago, this song epitomises everything we love about Bon Iver.

7. Underflow – Emma Louise

We’re huge fans of everything Emma Louise produces and this track is no exception. Her voice is nothing short of beautiful.

8. You’re The Best – Wet

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, this three piece have become indie pop darlings, mixing sweet vocals with a hint of electronica.

9. Lung – Vancouver Sleep Clinic

This track sticks with instrumentals for the first two thirds of the song, hitting us with powerful piano before the airy vocals set in. Awesome in Savasana.

10. Cavalier – James Vincent McMorrow

To close the playlist out, treat yourself to the epic voice that is James Vincent McMorrow. This track from his 2014 album Post Tropical is the ultimate in chill.

Let us know what you’re listening to this month!


Download this playlist on Spotify: Chief Active - October.


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