Hey Honey! We’re back for another sweet installment of New Music Weekly, bringing you all the freshest new tunes of the week! Let’s jump straight into it, as this New Music Weekly is full to burst with all the latest music currently filling THP HQ’s earholes!
Mia Berg – ‘Heartache Oblivion’
‘Heartache Oblivion’ is such a soft, almost haunting track. Mia portrays such raw emotion on this track, we have certainly turned into full-on fans after diving into this beautifully tragic song.
Listen to ‘Heartache Oblivion’ here!
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Bradley Kim – ‘Flowers’
We want to scream it from the rooftops, we are fully convinced Bradley Kim is the next big thing. There is something so satisfying about an upbeat song that packs such an emotional punch, we see it from the best of the pop scene. And now, Bradley Kim is in that class! ‘Flowers’ is going to be a turning point for him.
Listen to ‘Flowers’ here!
Maude Latour – 001
We have been Maude Latour supporters here on New Music Weekly since day one, so obviously we are reeling over the release of Maude’s ep, 001. Every track on this EP perfectly shines a light on what a force in pop music Maude is, and the incredible artistry that she has mastered. Our personal favorite is ‘Living It.’
Listen to 001 here!
Valley – ‘The Problem Song’
Valley is one of those groups that we have just been obsessed with on New Music Weekly, ever since the release of ‘Like 1999.’ They have such good vibes. With ‘The Problem Song’ we just want to be screaming the words at a live show immediately. We are fully hanging on to the last bits of summer we hear in this song.
Listen to ‘The Problem Song’ here!
Zach Hood – ‘when she was mine’
Long-distance relationships are a complicated thing to grieve, but, Zach Hood has done it so beautifully here on ‘when she was mine.’ If this is the level of vulnerability and songwriting we’re going to get with Zach Hood on the regular, consider us fully on board.
Listen to ‘when she was mine’ here!
Meet Me @ The Altar – ‘Say It (To My Face)’
A new pop-punk trio to become obsessed with? Consider us in! Meet Me @ The Altar reminds us of the absolute best of early 2000s pop-punk, which was easily the best time for the genre. We can so clearly hear the banger that is ‘Say It (To My Face)’ fitting on the soundtrack of a 2000s coming-of-age movie.
Listen to ‘Say It (To My Face)’ here!
Roger Taylor – The Outsider Tour Live
When you’ve been an industry titan for as long as Roger Taylor – hailing from the band Queen – there’s no surprise that every project that is put out is going to be flawless. This entire live record, The Outsider Tour Live, could not have filled us with more joy.
We will never turn down a live performance of ‘Under Pressure.’
Listen to The Outsider Tour Live here!
Rayl – ‘Summertime’
Here on New Music Weekly, we are fully ready for Rayl to get her flowers. Rayl has crafted the perfect RnB love song, featuring such a beautiful mesh with Erin B. We can’t get over these harmonies.
Listen to ‘Summertime’ here!
Sofía Valdés & Pink Sweat$ – ‘Broken’
We are ending New Music Weekly with a bang, ‘Broken’ is such a jam. If you’re looking for the perfect song to just vibe to, look no further than this flawless collab between Sofía Valdés and Pink Sweat$.
Listen to ‘Broken’ here!
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