Love is in the air and love songs are everywhere! Whether you’re in your car listening to the radio, or picking up some groceries, you’ll be hearing a lot more love songs than usual. If you’re in a relationship, it’s the perfect constant reminder of how lucky you are to have someone by your side every day.
Valentine’s Day (14 February) is the perfect time for couples to grow closer to each other. It serves as an opportunity to tell your partner how much you love them and remind them that you care. And what better way to do that than with your very own romantic backing track. There is something so beautiful about being able to sing along to a song together, especially when it reminds you of your relationship.
If you’re staying in this Valentine’s Day, you can still organise some romantic valentines gifts for her. Put some romantic tunes on, cook up a delicious dinner and set the mood. We’ve done the deep-diving so you don’t have to. Just click open this playlist on Spotify and hit play!
In the mood for something romantic? This romantic Spotify playlist has nearly 4 hours of romantic tunes for you and your beloved to move and groove to on Valentine’s Day. Featuring music from the likes of Whitney Houston and Frank Sinatra, we’re sure you’ll feel a lot more romantic with this on shuffle. Start the date off with a beautiful bouquet of red roses for her, then put this on, and you’ve already raised the bar.
More of a rock fan? If slow, soppy love songs aren’t your vibe, this playlist might be the one for you. This could also double as the perfect way of setting the mood for your valentines gift for him. Featuring some awesome music from Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles, this high paced rock love song playlist is going to set sparks flying.
We think it’s implied why we think that this Spotify playlist is the perfect Valentine’s Day mood setter. With nearly 7 hours of the most romantic tracks of all time, from classics to today’s hits, it’s got something for everyone. Think classic romantic hits like Truly Madly Deeply by Savage Garden and Kiss by Prince mixed in with Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith.