A Royksopp Remix Highlights Out Rainy Day Playlist.

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Our last Download This! feature highlight music for the pool, but since then there's been a slight change in the weather. Between tornadoes, flash floods and ominous grey clouds currently on the horizon, it seems that we're definitely in for some April showers this year.

But being stuck inside due to rain doesn't have to be so bad — unless you're crouching in a bathtub hoping your roof doesn't blow off.

As always, music is there to comfort you.

And this collection of songs are tailor made for such weather — they're all staples of my cherished rainy day playlist. Nothing beats putting on these ambient, dreamy gems, lighting some candles and cozying up in your ugliest sweatpants and that book you've been meaning to start for weeks.

Bring it on, April.

“So Light Is Her Footfall (Breakbot Remix)” — Air

“Destination Pt. II” — Damn Arms

Master and Student” — Jogger

“I Don't Know What I Can Save You From (Royksopp Remix)” — Kings of Convenience

“What You Said, It Was Perfect” — Phantom Power

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