The ULTIMATE Witchy Playlist

March 25, 2019 3 Comments

The ULTIMATE Witchy Playlist

Whether you’re driving down the highway or cleaning your house, every witch needs a magical witchy playlist of songs to get into that altered state of mind. Here are 50 of our FAVORITE witchy songs in no particular order. The genres are varied, but each song puts us in the mood to cast, invoke, and dance!

1. Stevie Nicks: Crystal

2. Heart: Magic Man

3. Princess Nokia: Brujas

4. Graeme Revell: Bells, Books and Candles (The Craft Soundtrack)

5. Eagles: Witchy Woman

6. Donovan: Season of the Witch

7. Fleetwood Mac: Rhiannon

8. Loreena McKennitt: The Mummers’ Dance

9. Florence + The Machine: Which Witch

10. Bjork: Pagan Poetry

11. Lana Del Rey: Cherry (The Love Witch)

12. Portishead: Glory Box (The Craft Soundtrack)

13. Marianne Faithfull: Witches’ Song

14. Annie Lennox: I Put A Spell On You

15. Deftones: Change (In the House of Flies)

16. Concrete Blonde: Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)

17. Switchblade Symphony: Dissolve

18. Florence + The Machine: Leave My Body

19. Depeche Mode: Dream On

20. Jace Everitt: Bad Things (True Blood Soundtrack)

21. Fleetwood Mac: Gypsy

22. Mirah: The Garden

23. Katy Perry: Dark Horse



24. Matthew Sweet: Dark Secret (The Craft Soundtrack)

25. The Smiths: How Soon Is Now?

26. Stevie Nicks: Bella Donna

27. Chelsea Wolfe: Iron Moon

28. CocoRosie: Gallows

29. CocoRosie: Werewolf

30. Santana: Black Magic Woman

31. Fleetwood Mac: Dreams

32. Loreena McKennitt: The Mystic’s Dream

33. Deftones: Digital Bath

34. Massive Attack: Teardrop on the Fire

35. Lana Del Rey: Once Upon A Dream

36. Rob Zombie: Living Dead Girl

37. Stevie Nicks: Edge of Seventeen

38. Florence + The Machine: Mother

39. Depeche Mode: World In My Eyes

40. Jay Gordon: Slept So Long (Queen of the Damned Soundtrack)

41. David Draiman: Forsaken (Queen of the Damned Soundtrack)

42. Haroula Rose: Lavender Moon

43. She Wants Revenge: Tear You Apart

44. Wardruna: Helvegen

45. Godsmack: I Stand Alone

46. Florence + The Machine: No Light, No Light

47. Stevie Nicks: Landslide

48. Lana Del Rey & Stevie Nicks: Beautiful People Beautiful Problems

49. The Beatles: Blackbird

50. Kate Bush: Waking the Witch

    Hope this list will help you get into a witchy mood! If you have a great witchy song that's not on our list, leave it in the comment below. We would love to add in on our playlist!


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    3 Responses

    Amanda Adams
    Amanda Adams

    April 10, 2019

    Witch Queen of New Orleans- Redbone
    Black Magic Woman- Santana

    Jewels
    Jewels

    March 26, 2019

    Best Witchy Song Ever!
    Cheshire Kitten (We’re All Mad Here) by JS Tucker

    Jewels
    Jewels

    March 26, 2019

    Here’s some of my favorite witchy songs….
    *Cupid Carries a Gun- Marilyn Manson (“Salem” Opening song)
    *Bright- Echosmith
    *Evanescence- Bring Me to Life
    *Tove Lo- Thousand Miles
    *The Cult – Sweet Soul Sister and Fire Woman
    *Halestorm- I am the Fire
    *Pink- Just Like Fire
    *Leann Rimes- Can’t Fight the Moonlight
    *Meghan Trainor – Close Your Eyes

    ENJOY!

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