Today is the New Music Friday we have all been waiting for! This week brought plenty of great new albums and singles that will be sure to make their way into your regular rotation in no time. Find all of our new favorites from Camila Cabello, Troye Sivan, Fall Out Boy and more below!
Top 5 Albums for the Week of January 12, 2018:
1. Camila – Camila Cabello
Camila bears all on this collection of songs and lets us take a peek into life for the 20-year-old.
2. Vale – Black Veil Brides
A blend of all previous Black Veil Brides albums into one perfect album.
3. To Imagine EP – The Neighbourhood
Raw alt-pop in its purest form. The Neighborhood manages to create an EP that references their last work without completely duplicating it.
4. Blue Madonna – BØRNS
A great second effort that brings a fresh glimpse into the dreamy, dizzying pop world that BØRNS has created with the help from Lana Del Rey who is featured on a few of the tracks.
5. Danger to Myself EP – The Unlikely Candidates
A feel-good album that will get you moving thanks to the catchy hooks and fun nature of all the tracks.
Top 5 Singles for the Week of January 12, 2017:
1. “My My My” – Troye Sivan
Troye Sivan returned after what felt like forever with some of his best work yet. He has further developed his sound, creating the perfect mix of catchy and fun while still making us feel all the feels.
2. “Spotlight” – Marshmello & Lil Peep
Mashmello drops an unexpected new single he collaborated on with the late Lil Peep that fans will be eager to hear.
3. “Not Too Late” – Moon Taxi
Alt-rock at it’s finest. With strong vocals and a pop beat, this track can be the perfect addition to any playlist.
4. “Supernova” – Ansel Elgort
Another great EDM track from Ansel Elgort that has a great story on top of that chill vibe we have come to love from his previous work.
5. “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)” – Fall Out Boy
Another piece of the upcoming album, MANIA is here! As fans count down the days until next week’s LP release, they’ll have this anthemic track to tide them over with its infectious chorus that is reminiscent of older FOB.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
Let us know in the comments!
Need more music? Check out last week’s picks here.