Update Your Wedding Playlist With Billie Eilish, Lana Del Rey, Hozier, Ra Ra Riot And More
1/10 Love by Lana Del Rey
Taken from her acclaimed fifth studio album Lust for Life, Love was the stunning lead single that kicks off the album's narrative of shared lives with your soulmate.
2/10 Chateau by Angus & Julia Stone
Australian folk sibling duo has graced the alternative music scene with their melancholic covers of You're The One That I Want from Grease and The Beatles' Yellow Brick Road. This dreamy song tells of a couple reminiscing their time at the Chateau Marmont hotel with hints of a Hollywood fairytale romance.
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3/10 Work Song by Hozier
With lyrics like, "I'm so full of love I could barely eat", the Irish musician's ballad is an electrifying ode to the matters of the heart. The song was featured on the soundtrack of The Longest Ride, yet another film adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks' novel.
4/10 Can You Tell by Ra Ra Riot
Can You Tell is a stellar baroque pop (a fusion of rock and classical orchestral music) that's perfect for letting loose on the dancefloor.
5/10 Odetta by Rag'n'Bone Man
Imagine walking down the aisle to the powerful baritone vocals of Rory Charles Graham, better known as Rag'n'Bone Man. The song was written after his closest friend welcomed the birth of his daughter, making it apt to mark a life-changing event like marriage.
6/10 To Build A Home by The Cinematic Orchestra
Marriage involves hard work and a commitment to build a home (life) together. If Patrick Watson's vocals don't move you, the video just might.
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7/10 River by Leon Bridges
It's been called "the beautiful song to make up to after a fight". The gospel ebbs and flows in intensity, creating a raw but moving atmosphere for the reception.
8/10 Ocean Eyes by Billie Eilish
The song that skyrocketed then 14-year-old Billie Eilish to fame is a touching medley about falling deeply for someone.
9/10 Simple Song by The Shins
This catchy tune was listed as one of the key musical moments from the sitcom, How I Met Your Mother. With lyrics like, "Love's such a delicate thing that we do, with nothing to prove", it's also a delightful dance number.
10/10 Gotta Have You by The Weepies
Another soundtrack featured in an episode of How I Met Your Mother , it is inspired by the husband-and-wife duo's courtship.
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