It’s the ultimate indie sex playlist you have been looking forward to.
Your go-to sex playlists might currently be full of sensual R&B hits from yesteryear like the undeniably timeless вЂњPonyвЂќ by Ginuwine and famous ’90s ballad вЂњIвЂ™ll Make like To YouвЂќ by Boyz II guys. Even though these tracks truly deserve their destination in your collection, we would like to suggest adding some cool, unexpected tunes into the mix. (Yes, indie music is sexy too.)
Search no further for slinky guitars, a great amount of breathy vocals, and undoubtedly, ambient pop that is indie. This 40-song epic that is musical the sex playlist youвЂ™ve all been awaiting but didnвЂ™t even comprehend you needed. Listen below.
вЂњBabyвЂќ by Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
Close your eyes and revel in this sweet, sweet cover of Donnie & Joe EmersonвЂ™s 1979 psych rock hit.
вЂњI Wanna Be AdoredвЂќ by The Stone Roses
Often you merely require a small 90вЂ™s alternative rock to create the mood.
вЂњHigh For ThisвЂќ by The Weeknd
WeвЂ™re considering this indie since itвЂ™s off of The WeekndвЂ™s OG mixtape, House of Balloons, and itвЂ™s the epitome of sexy.
вЂњOpenвЂќ by Rhye
Sorry, this needs no description. RhyeвЂ™s falsetto leaves us speechless.
вЂњ505вЂќ by Arctic Monkeys
The thought of making Alex Turner вЂњcompletely crumbleвЂќ is enough reason to pay attention.
вЂњIntroвЂќ by The xx
The hottest instrumentalвЂ”maybe ever.
вЂњTwo WeeksвЂќ by FKA Twigs
A more substantial than life expression of love, lust, and pleasure that is animalistic.
вЂњApocalypseвЂќ by Cigarettes After Sex
Allow Greg GonzalezвЂ™s intimate lyrics simply take you method: вЂњYour lips, my lips/ Apocalypse.вЂќ
вЂњMapsвЂќ by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
In this alt-classic, Karen O pleads to flame that is former Liars frontman Angus Andrew. (reality: The namesake acronym is short for вЂњmy Angus please stay.вЂќ Swoon.)
вЂњLetвЂ™s Get LostвЂќ by Beck and Bat For Lashes
The idea of getting lost (actually or mentally) is overly romanticized, but this track that is collaborative totally underrated.
вЂњI Feel YouвЂќ by Depeche Mode
On a song with more rock influences than ever before, the English icons sing, вЂњYou take me personally there/You simply take me where/ The kingdom comes.вЂќ
вЂњGive It to MeвЂќ by HOMESHAKE
ThereвЂ™s something therefore sensual concerning the Montreal-based musician, Peter SagarвЂ™s hypnotic use of synths.
вЂњChamakayвЂќ by Blood Orange
This sultry song is off of Blood OrangeвЂ™s record album Cupid Deluxe. Cue the sax!
вЂњBaby BlueвЂќ by King Krule
Archy MarshallвЂ™s swooning vocals flicker in and out just like a candleвЂ™s flame in this intimate ballad.
вЂњLittle BitвЂќ by Lykke Li
WeвЂ™re a little bit in love with this Lykke Li song.
вЂњAutumn SweaterвЂќ by Yo Los Angeles Tengo
Whether or perhaps not it’s sweater weather, there stay warm out.
вЂњHouse of CardsвЂќ by Radiohead
вЂњI donвЂ™t desire to be your friend/ I just wanna be your lover,вЂќ Thom Yorke desirously pleads within the opening lyrics.
вЂњRibsвЂќ by Lorde
A totally underestimated write out track.
вЂњTalk is CheapвЂќ by Chet Faker
Nearly all of Nick MurphyвЂ™s tunes are sexy, but we prefer this 1.
вЂњIslandвЂќ by damp
Kelly ZutrauвЂ™s whispy vocals could put in a bit of sweetness to virtually any scene.
WeekendвЂњHannah HuntвЂќ by Vampire
You’ll thank Ezra Koenig’s light, silky voice for making this track therefore hot. That slow, persistent rhythm does not harm, either.
вЂњWarm for a Night that is cold HONNE
Absolutely the track that is ideal snuggle to.
вЂњThe FallвЂќ by Rhye
The songwriter that is mysterious two mentions here, because if all else fails it is possible to simply press play on their whole discography.
вЂњTearing Me UpвЂќ by Bob Moses
The duo attained mainstream recognition with this specific dancefloor hit, that just so happens to also work nicely in the room.
вЂњWhen IвЂ™m SmallвЂќ by Phantogram
Another sultry, moody track to have swept up in.
вЂњFallingforyouвЂќ by The 1975
ItвЂ™s time to make yourself knowledgeable about this little-known song off The 1975вЂ™s EP, IV.
вЂњWhen YouвЂ™re Smiling And Astride MeвЂќ by Father John Misty
Erotic lyrics aside, Father John Misty is all you need.
вЂњHow Soon Is Now?вЂќ by The Smiths
And undoubtedly, this playlist wouldnвЂ™t be complete without The Smiths. вЂњWe invented indie it,вЂќ Johnny Marr told The Guardian as we still know. Absolutely Nothing’s sexier than that type or kind of self- confidence.
вЂњLittle BitвЂќ by Erika de Casier
Erika de Casier blends vocals that are aaliyah-like soft glitchy undertones to take the angelic вЂњLittle BitвЂќ one step past the analog age, despite having its clear early ’00s soft pop impacts.
вЂњBouncingвЂќ by Nick Hakim
вЂњBouncingвЂќ starts off sweetly enough: a flurry of haunting coos that are quickly interrupted by way of a noisy bass drum thud plus an unnerving guitar reverb that is static. But Nick Hakim maintains the songвЂ™s initial softness with his own ethereal vocals that guide the trackвЂ™s general psychedelic chaos. ItвЂ™s a bit heady, but thereвЂ™s a room interest the woozy insanity.