New Music Weekly is back and we have quite the lineup for you! From Demi Lovato, to Aitch, to Liz Cass, this group spans genres and vibes, and we can’t wait to jump in!
Me Like Bees – ‘Radio’
Looking for a new indie-rock group to support? Look no further than Me Like Bees! This rock group from Missouri has just released the perfect end-of-summer, night on the beach track with ‘Radio.’ We simply can’t get enough of these four, and it doesn’t hurt that they have “Bees” in their band name.
Listen to ‘Radio’ here!
Lukas Graham & Khalid – ‘Wish You Were Here’
When we think of two artists with some of the best vocals in the business, we think of Lukas Graham and Khalid! We would have never thought of this meeting of artistic minds, but now that we have it, we can’t get enough. ‘Wish You Were Here’ acts as such a beautiful love letter to a best friend – just a wholesome track by two artists we love here on New Music Weekly!
Listen to ‘Wish You Were Here’ here!
Flipturn – Shadowglow
Flipturn is without a doubt one of our favorite bands. We need everyone immediately to go listen to their newest project, Shadowglow, and fall in love with them just as we have! From ‘Weepy Woman’ to our favorite track, ‘Brooklyn Baby,’ this record is front-to-back flawless.
Listen to Shadowglow here!
Stephen Sanchez – Easy On My Eyes
Folk-pop will forever entrance us. And Stephen Sanchez has nailed all the best parts of the genre on the head here with Easy On My Eyes. From the voice that gives us straight-up chills, to the incredible relationship Stephen obviously has with his pen, this is an incredible body of work. The title track is our absolute favorite!
Listen to Easy On My Eyes here – we promise it’s easy on the ears!
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness – ‘Stars’
Okay listen, we have been massive fans of Andrew McMahon since Jack’s Mannequin, this is a long-term love. Ever since this artistic transition that love has only grown stronger, and ‘Stars’ is a perfect example as to why. Andrew just keeps getting better as an artist, even when it seems impossible for anything to be better than his previous projects. ‘Stars’ would make the perfect backing track to a late-night drive through a city, so get your car playlist ready.
Listen to ‘Stars’ here!
Aitch – Close To Home
It’s here!!! One of our absolute favorite rising artists, Aitch has released his album, Close To Home! Close To Home is made up of sixteen tracks that show you exactly why Aitch is poised to be one of the biggest rap artists in the coming years. Personally, we cant turn off ‘My G’ featuring Ed Sheeran, such a jam.
Listen to Close To Home here!
Alesso Ft. Zara Larsson – ‘Words’ (Majestic Remix)
One thing we’re one hundred percent sure of is that Alesso is always going to make a killer song that can soundtrack your nights out. So, when you add Zara Larsson to the mix? A slam dunk! ‘Words,’ especially this Majestic remix, is going to be on every pregame playlist we ever make, period.
Listen to ‘Words’ (Majestic Remix) here!
Daya – ‘Her’
Daya is a longtime favorite of ours here on New Music Weekly – with every release, you can genuinely see her artistic growth. And it keeps coming! ‘Her’ is truly our favorite song of Daya’s yet. We are ready for Daya to take her well-deserved spot alongside the best of the pop girls.
Listen to ‘Her’ here!
Demi Lovato – ‘29’
We have all come to expect Demi Lovato to be one of the most vulnerable, bare-it-all artists out there, and ‘29’ continues that streak in such a tragically beautiful way. We can’t applaud Demi enough for having the courage to put emotions that couldn’t have been easy to access into such a powerful song. We have a feeling ‘29’ is only a small taste of the depths we will be taken to on her new album, (out now!!!) HOLY FVCK!
Listen to ‘29’ here!
Liz Cass – ‘Near Miss’
Let’s just say, if ‘Near Miss’ is any indication of what we’re in for with Liz’s debut The Words, then this album is going to be killer! ‘Near Miss’ feels larger than life, and it’s our favorite offering yet from this budding pop star.
Listen to ‘Near Miss’ here!
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