4/20 playlist: Not your cliche weed-inspired songs - Reverb

4/20 playlist: Not your cliche weed-inspired songs

Every good 4/20 needs an equally good playlist. No one wants to be in charge of the huge decision of picking the music — especially when everyone else is sitting around watching you go through the songs and silently judging what you pick…

And with the stoner’s holiday approaching quickly, we’ve gathered a list of the perfect songs for your day of relaxing and deep thinking. We’ve all seen the lists filled with Pink Floyd, Beatles and Afroman. But, this year, let’s take a journey together away from the norm. We’ve put together a playlist of non-cliche weed-inspired songs with Parquet Courts, The Weeknd, Animal Collective, Curren$y, King Krule and more.

Have a safe and super chill 4/20! Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em. If you don’t got ‘em, just pretend — these songs will help you get there.

Listen to our 4/20 playlist below or stream the entire thing on Spotify.


See our full guide to 4/20 concerts in Colorado here.

“Stoned and Starving” — Parquet Courts

“Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High” — Arctic Monkeys

“Rafstraumur” — Sigur Rós

“Easy Easy” — King Krule

“Chasin’ Papers – feat. Pharrell — Curren$y

“New Town Burnout” — Animal Collective

“High Lights” – Aceyalone and RJD2

“Raindrop in My Skull” —- of Montreal

“Blitz” – Digitalism

“Marijuana” — Kid Cudi

“Drugs” — Ratatat

“Motion Sickness” — Hot Chip

“High For This” — The Weeknd

“Leave It All Behind” — Starfucker

“Trance Party” — Infected Mushroom

“Blurring My Day” — Black Moth Super Rainbow

“Everything Is” — Neutral Milk Hotel

“Backyards” — Broken Social Scene

“Floating in Space” — Apples in Stereo

“Be Free, A Way” — Flaming Lips

“Moon Song” — Karen O and Ezra Koenig

“Fresh Feeling” — Eels

“Alone & Stoned” — King Tuff

“Tenuousness” — Andrew Bird

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James Garcia is a community reporter at the Loveland Reporter-Herald and a new blogger at Reverb. Follow him on Twitter @JamesGarciaRH.