New Music Weekly is back! We have quite the lineup for you, spanning genres, and we just can’t wait to dive headfirst in with you!
Paula Jivén – The Duality In Me
The Duality In Me is a perfect pop project. Compiled of five songs, we genuinely think Paula Jivén has just released one of our favorite EPs so far this year. From ‘Breaking Up With A Friend’ to ‘Say That,’ it’s back-to-back jams.
Listen to The Duality In Me here!
Elise Hayes – Human Heart
Human Heart is made up of five tracks, and we feel like we’ve gotten the most intimate look into Elise Hayes’s mind. Each track we have found ourselves going back to, but ‘I Believe In Magic’ has such a special place in our hearts. That feeling of being so skeptical until the right person comes along is one we can relate to.
Listen to Human Heart here!
Meagan De Lima – ‘Queen’
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, ‘Queen’ is the perfect song to be the soundtrack to your celebration. We can’t think of a more beautiful love letter than the one Meagan has written here to her mom, who truly does sound like a ‘Queen.’ And that voice?! Meagan De Lima, we are not worthy!
Listen to ‘Queen’ here!
Madeline Rosene – ‘Everyday Existential Crisis’
Just off the title alone, we knew we would relate all too well to ‘Everyday Existential Crisis.’ Madeline Rosene has such a soft, beautiful voice, and you almost forget how deep the lyrics are because you’re made so at peace. We can’t wait to hear the upcoming album, which shares the same title.
Listen to ‘Everyday Existential Crisis’ here!
Simple Plan – Harder Than It Looks
We have loved and will continue loving, Simple Plan forever. Harder Than It Looks has just further cemented that love. This entire album has transported us back to middle school, their sound is so early 2000s fueled, and it’s perfect. Picking a favorite track is like picking a favorite child, but if we had to, the title would go to ‘Million Pictures of You,’ it’s on constant repeat.
Listen to Harder Than It Looks here!
Nora Van Elken – ‘Satellites’
Think borderline hyper-pop, that’s what Nora Van Elken is serving here with ‘Satellites.’ And of course, we’re more than on board! Hyper-pop, house music, is having a major boom right now, and we see Nora Van Elken right up with the best of artists leading that boom. We can’t believe this week’s New Music Weekly is our first introduction!
Listen to ‘Satellites’ here!
Endless Summer ft. Sam Derosa – ‘Till The End’
Listen to ‘Till The End’ here!
Endless Summer is the meeting of the minds of Jonas Blue and Sam Feldt! They are coming in hot with ‘Till The End,’ which is about to become the song you’re hearing at clubs and festivals throughout the summer. Dance music is always a favorite of ours to cover on New Music Weekly, it puts us in the best mood.
The Walters – Try Again
Try Again feels sun-soaked, not in the traditional overly upbeat way, but in the way that the songs feel bright. We are getting major Wallows vibes and Bleachers vibes from Try Again, which as two of our favorite groups, that’s high praise. Our favorite track has to be ‘Lover.’
Listen to Try Again here!
more* – ‘Woman on the Move’
We can one hundred percent see why HAIM invited more* on the road, their sounds mesh perfectly. ‘Woman on the Move’ sounds like a track straight off of the soundtrack of an indie coming of age movie that we would eat right up. We need to be at a show to see more* live ASAP.
Listen to ‘Woman on the Move’ here!
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MORE* –
Ashley Kutcher – ‘Nothing’s All The Time’
‘Nothing’s All The Time’ paints a beautiful picture that we all need to stop and appreciate. Even your worst days only have twenty-four hours, it’s true, ‘Nothing’s All The Time.’ Accompanied by such relevant, hard-hitting lyrics, Ashley Kutcher sounds so beautiful on this track.
Listen to ‘Nothing’s All The Time’ here!
Big Time Rush – ‘I Know You Know’ (acoustic)
There will never come a time when we’re not over the moon that we’re getting new Big Time Rush music! Carlos, Logan, Kendall, and James all have such beautiful voices that lend themselves so well to acoustic tracks. So obviously, ‘I Know You Know’ is a dream.
Listen to ‘I Know You Know’ (acoustic) here!
Train ft. Jewel – ‘Turn The Radio Up’
Anything Train release feels like summer, and the fact that ‘Turn The Radio Up’ is just one song off of an entire album that we’re getting has us fully stoked! The addition of Jewel onto ‘Turn The Radio Up’ is going to make this one stand out on AM Gold for sure! What a perfect way to end New Music Weekly!
Listen to ‘Turn The Radio Up’ here!
Check out more of our New Music Weekly content here!
We would love to hear from you! What is your favorite track from this week’s New Music Weekly? Let us know by commenting down below or by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! We are also on Facebook and Instagram!