It’s that time of week where we bring you new music from some of our favourite artists. If you’re still looking to fill that weekend playlist, don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
Graveyard by Halsey
Last night, Halsey live streamed herself painting the cover art to her forthcoming album, Manic, coupled with the release of her latest single “Graveyard”.
“Graveyard” is Halsey’s second solo release of the year. Click here to watch a time lapse of last night’s reveal.
Boys Will Be Boys by bülow
With a steady stream of hits under her name, rising pop sensation bülow has released her latest single “Boys Will be Boys”. The German-born, Toronto-based singer says “Its ironic. A ‘fuck you’ to old sayings that reinforce negative bullshit.”
III by The Lumineers
Split into 3 acts, The Lumineers tell a compelling story with their concept album appropriately titled “III”. The band has also premiered a film of the same title at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.
Hypersonic Missiles by Sam Fender
The titular track off his debut album Hypersonic Missiles is an upbeat rock anthem, with an unexpected sax solo that’ll have you hitting the repeat button. Talk about an impressive debut.
Somebody To Love by OneRepublic
OneRepublic is the latest band to be featured on NBC’s Songland and walk away with a hit. This is the first time the pop-rock quintet has performed a song written by someone outside of the band – so you already know something’s special about this song.
The Glorious Sons are declaring “A War on Everything” with their new album. An easy listen with a whole lot of heart.
Flesh and Blood by Half Moon Run
Half Moon Run’s latest single sounds a lot cozier than the title may suggest. “Flesh and Blood” will be featured on the band’s upcoming album, “A Blemish In The Great Light”. Half Moon Run will be taking their new material on the road this fall and into the new year.
If You Need Me by Julia Michaels
Julia Michaels is back with a new single written for the Facebook Watch series “Sorry For Your Loss”. Inspired by the show’s community, Julia pens an emotional ballad with lyrics that are all too relatable.
Don’t Call Me Angel by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey
Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey get their own “Lady Marmalade” moment with their new collaborative single “Don’t Call Me Angel”. 3 female pop powerhouses will always be better than 1.