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Connecting Our Passion To Song: What Is Playing On Repeat On Our Founders’ Speakers?


Connecting Our Passion To Song: What Is Playing On Repeat On Our Founders’ Speakers?


Music has been a part of mindful movements since the beginning of time. We believe music is a key proponent in manifesting success. Taking down fast fashion and building a sustainable and approachable brand takes the right accessories and a killer playlist! 

From Sarah McLachlan, Miranda Lambert, and Iron & Wine - we are hyped listening to timeless favorites! Behind every unique organic t-shirt, there is a dance party. We want to share that energy with you, our BMF Tribe! 

Founder and CEO, Jennifer Lully: Sarah McLachlan - ‘World On Fire’

Sarah McLachlan

“I fell in love with this song in college. It made me cry the first time I saw the music video. Sarah McLachlan sings it barefoot with an acoustic guitar. The budget was minimal. It’s a beautiful, inspiring commentary on minimalism, making positive environmental, and social change.

Founding a company has its challenges, but contributing to causes we’re passionate for keeps me going. Over time, I’ve learned to focus on the light. It’s a blessing we have the opportunity to contribute towards a better future.” 

Here are Jenn’s Top Thirty songs that manifest success and elevate her mood:

  1. Free Me, Joss Stone
  2. Where The Streets Have No Name, U2
  3. True To Your Heart, 98 Degrees, Stevie Wonder
  4. Thunder, Imagine Dragons 
  5. Black Sheep, Gin Wigmore 
  6. School Spirit, Kayne West 
  7. 8 Mile, Eminem 
  8. The Power, SNAP! 
  9. Lithium, Nirvana 
  10. Castle, Halsey 
  11. Remember The Name, Ed Sheeran, Eminem, 50 Cent 
  12. Mama’s Broken Heart, Miranda Lambert 
  13. Bitch, Meredith Brooks 
  14. It’s The End Of The World As We Know It, R.E.M. 
  15. Let It Go, Idina Menzel 
  16. You Need To Calm Down, Taylor Swift 
  17. Mind Power, James Brown 
  18. Short Skirt / Long Jacket, Cake 
  19. Stupid Girls, P!nk 
  20. Dirty Laundry, Bitter:Sweet 
  21. The Long Way Around: The Chicks 
  22. Bluebird, Miranda Lambert 
  23. Two Worlds, Phil Collins 
  24. Gone, Jack Johnson 
  25. World On Fire, Sarah McLachlan 
  26. Bitter Sweet Symphony: The Verve 
  27. True To Myself: Ziggy Marley 
  28. Over The Rainbow: Israel Kamakawiwo’ole 
  29. River: Leon Bridges 
  30. Khaleesi: Ramin Djawadi


Co-Founder, Melissa Lully: Iron & Wine - ‘Boy With A Coin’ 

Iron and Wine album cover

“My happy song! I heard this song years and years ago (I think in high school…), but it has stuck with me ever since. It’s the song that can cheer me up no matter what happens in life. It’s still to this day, one of my all-time favorites.” 

Check out Melissa’s Top Thirty tunes that keep her inspired and positive:

  1. Song Of The Vikings (My Mother Told Me), Perly I Lotry
  2. Madness, Ruelle 
  3. Fall In Line, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato 
  4. (Don’t Fear) The Reaper, Blue Oyster Cult 
  5. Redemption Song, Bob Marley & The Wailers 
  6. Hallelujah, Rufus Wainwright 
  7. Colors Of The Wind, Judy Kuhn 
  8. Believe, Yellowcard
  9. Alive, Sia 
  10. Idontwannabeyouanymore, Billie Eilish 
  11. Lithium, Nirvana 
  12. Radioactive, Imagine Dragons 
  13. Born This Way, Lady Gaga 
  14. Boy With A Coin, Iron & Wine 
  15. Mockingbird, Eminem 
  16. All I Really Want, Alanis Morissette 
  17. Enjoy The Silence, Anberlin 
  18. Broken, Jack Johnson 
  19. I Am The Best, 2NE1
  20. Dragula, Rob Zombie 
  21. Breakin’ Dishes, Rihanna 
  22. Rolling In The Deep, Adele 
  23. Fully Alive, Flyleaf
  24. I’d Rather Go Blind, Dana Fuchs 
  25. Hopeless Wanderer, Mumford & Sons 
  26. Face Down, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus 
  27. Imagine – Remastered 2010, John Lennon 
  28. She Wolf, Shakira
  29. Little Drop Of Poison, Tom Waits 
  30. Welcome Home, Coheed and Cambria

Mom, Robin Lully: Miranda Lambert - ‘The House That Built Me’ 

Miranda Lambert

“My childhood was not a simple, warm, nurturing environment. It was hard and stressful. When I hear this song, it doesn’t remind me of the pain, sorrow and loneliness of my childhood, but of the strength that I have gained to accept what I can’t control. The ‘house’, made me strong, independent, and brave, and for that, it will always be remembered.”

Listen to the music that inspires Robin’s on her Top Thirty playlist:

  1. Truly Madly Deeply, Savage Garden
  2. Sounds of Silence, Disturbed
  3. Imagine, John Lennon
  4. Purple Rain, Prince
  5. November Rain, Guns and Roses
  6. Humble and Kind, Tim McGraw
  7. Highway Don’t Care, Tim McGraw
  8. Girl Crush, Little Big Town
  9. The House That Built Me, Miranda Lambert
  10. Stairway to Heaven, Led Zeppelin
  11. Bitter Sweet Symphony, The Verve
  12. Tennessee Whiskey, Chris Stapleton
  13. I Could Die a Happy Man, Thomas Rhett
  14. Faithfully, Journey
  15. I Still Haven’t Found What I am Looking for, U2
  16. All I Want to Do Is Make Love to You, Heart
  17. Lean on Me, Bill Withers
  18. We Are the World, Michael Jackson/Lionel Richie
  19. You Are Not Alone, Michael Jackson
  20. Wind Beneath My Wings, Bette Midler
  21. You Look Wonderful Tonight, Eric Clapton
  22. Hero, Mariah Carey
  23. Honesty, Billy Joel
  24. I am Woman, Helen Reddy
  25. You’re in My Heart, Rod Stewart
  26. Can I Have This Dance, Anne Murray
  27. I Want to Know What Love Is, Foreigner
  28. Man in The Mirror, Michael Jackson
  29. Will You Be There, Michael Jackson
  30. If You Don’t Know Me by Now, Simply Red

Our community joined the fashion revolution, but we know change doesn’t happen overnight. We’re actively building a future that feels good. 

What song motivates you to be the change you wish to see in the world?

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By Jennifer Lully

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