Our Favorite Scuba Diving Songs

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Scuba diving could also be synonymous with the silent world, however we all know loads of divers who love music. Listed here are a few of our favourite songs about being underwater, the ocean and tunes with a beach-y vibe. Pay attention to every track individually or stream all the tracks via YouTube. Whether or not you’re headed out diving or packing for an aquatic expedition, we hope this playlist will get you tuned in for an underwater journey.

NOTE: A number of the songs listed aren’t applicable for youngsters. Scroll to the underside of this text for a music about coral reef conservation and basic tunes concerning the ocean that youngsters can take pleasure in.

Pressure Drop – Toots and the Maytals (1969)

Octopus’s Garden – The Beatles (1969)
Right here’s the basic Beatles music with a pleasant scuba intro and octopus video.

Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes – Jimmy Buffett (1977)
To any Parrotheads who would have chosen a unique Jimmy Buffett tune, please forgive us. There are such a lot of! Simply keep in mind, if we couldn’t snicker we might all go insane.

Kokomo – The Beach Boys (1989)
Fun fact: all of the islands talked about on this track are within the Caribbean Sea besides one: Bermuda.

Where Is My Mind – Pixies (1988)
Pixies’ lead singer, Black Francis, wrote this music after scuba diving within the Caribbean.

Ocean Man – Ween (1997)
Sound acquainted? This catchy tune was featured in the long run credit of the Spongebob Squarepants film and in a Honda Civic advert (supposedly with out the band’s permission)

Kenny Chesney – Guitars And Tiki Bars (2005)
We couldn’t have a scuba playlist and not using a monitor from nation star Kenny Chesney. Kenny sings, “Once I’ve had it as much as right here I'm going down there.” Sounds about proper to us.

Only the Ocean – Jack Johnson (2010)
Some would argue Jack Johnson is the solely music for once you’re on the seashore, and there are lots of songs to select from. Right here’s a monitor to place you in a mellow temper.

Islands – The xx (2010)

Although not particularly about diving, we expect anybody with a dive-oriented mindset can respect these lyrics: I don’t have to go away anymore, What I've is true right here, Spend my nights and days earlier than, Looking the world for what’s proper right here.

Bottom of the Sea – Matt Nathanson (2011)
We don’t know if Matt Nathanson is a scuba diver, however based mostly on these lyrics, he ought to be!

Too many automobiles consuming an excessive amount of gasoline. There’s no excellent news on my TV display There’s a gap up within the sky so come on child dive, and stay life on the backside of the ocean.

77 Bombay – Low on Air (2012)

Swiss people rock group 77 Bombay provides shout outs to Ko Phi Phi, sharks, turtles, triggerfish and others.

Breathing Underwater – Metric (2012)

We’ll take the tempo up a notch with this subsequent monitor from Canadian rock group Metric.

Perlentaucher – KlangTherapeuten/Robin Schulz Remix (2014)
Do this electronica monitor in your subsequent dive video soundtrack. You’re welcome.

Emeli Sandé – Breathing Underwater (2016)
A soulful ballad about overcoming challenges.

Tycho – Dive

This chill, instrumental is the right background music for gazing out on the water.

Billie Eilish – Ocean Eyes (2017)
Take heed to the unique model under, or check out one of the many ukulele covers.

Scuba Songs For Youngsters

The Beautiful Briny Sea from Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)


Under the Sea from Disney’s The Little Mermaid (1989)

The Coral Song

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