Celebrity playlist: Lucy Rose

The indie folk musician shares her favorite songs for lower-intensity workouts and more.

Born in the U.K., Lucy Rose first garnered success in 2012 after the release of her debut album. Self-produced, "Like I Used To" featured hits such as “Gamble” and “Shiver” (both with more than 18 million streams). Her latest record, “Something’s Changing,” similarly highlights her delicate voice and acoustic sound. Here the singer-songwritershares a playlist perfect for cool-downsand recovery days alike. "These songs make me feel whole when I listen to them and are perfect for doing odd jobs around the house and even working out," says Rose.

cass mccombs - bum bum bum

feist - bittersweet melodies

jose gonzalez - down the line

matt maltese  - studio 6

nadia reid  - runaway

the shins - sleeping lessons

solange - cranes in the sky

whitney  - golden days

sharon van etten - every time the sun comes up

wilco - jesus, etc.