Happy New Music Friday! This week is packed with great tracks from LANY, Mayday Parade, Betta Lemme and more! See the full guide below.
- “dancing in the kitchen” – LANY
This new track that encompasses a killer LANY track: simple, yet infectious beat, earnest lyrics, and that perfect alt-pop sound we know and love. The perfect return track for the group.
- “Kids Of Summer” – Mayday Parade
Mayday kicks of summer with the perfect track. It’s got pop-punk vibes, lyrics that can be belted out on a road trip and is begging to be performed live. It’s hard-hitting and fun – get ready to have this one on repeat!
- “Kids” – godz
A vibey and fun track that is as infectious as it is unique. It features soul and alt-rock influences that meld perfectly together.
- “Girls” – Betta Lemme
Betta Lemme is with another scorcher of a track and we’re in love. It’s pop and summer all wrapped into one. Perfect track for Pride month, too!
- “Favorite What If” – Ashley Kutcher
The storytelling in this track is not something to miss out on. Any listener can’t but helped to be sucked into the story of losing someone you never really had and looking back with regret. It’s simple, but beautiful and truthfully some of Ashley Kutcher’s best work yet.
- “Manboy” – Lia D’sau
A slow, but deep opening grabs your attention from the very first note. The chorus is dreamy, but strong-willed. A wonderful look into just what Lia D’sau is capable of.
- “Bad Habits” – Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran returns with a pop track that is a strong standout from his previous work. Sheeran has ditched the acoustic guitar and sunk into alt-pop and let’s just say, it’s working.
- “I Don’t Do Drugs (feat. Ariana Grande)” – Doja Cat
Planet Her is finally here! Doja Cat’s album has dropped, and this collaboration is a clear hit. The two vocals mesh so perfectly, and the chorus is dreamy and exciting. It carries that track in the best way.
- “18” – Jeremy Zucker
A strong-willed and exciting track that’s all about rebelling and basking in young love. The message is carried higher thanks to the electrifying guitar and vocals that create pop rock perfection.
- “Butterflies” – MAX & Ali Gatie
A sweet ode that’s all about not losing that first-date feeling of butterflies no matter how long a relationship lasts. It’s smooth and charming and will be sure to be an instant fan-favorite.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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