Happy New Music Friday, friends! This week brought some new hits from the likes of: Kim Petras, Waterparks, 5SOS and more. See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of May 24, 2019:
1. “Easier” – 5 Seconds of Summer
A new era is upon us. The boys of 5SOS have brought us a new track that is heavy with synth sounds and talks about choosing between the pain of staying and the pain of leaving.
2. “One Touch” – Jess Glynne & Jax Jones
Jess Glynne’s voice is a strong as ever in this pop powerhouse track. Complete with a high-energy feeling from the first note and an infectious chorus, this has the ingredients to be the anthem of the summer.
3.“Extraordinary Being” – Emile Sandé
A wispy vocal with deep messages of how humankind has progressed (and how we will continue to).
4. “All I Do Is Cry” – Kim Petras
The pop up-and-comer has given another great track — this one features angsty themes and longing lyrics.
5.“Dirty Air” – Two Door Cinema Club
The next installment of their upcoming record, False Alarm is just as quirky as fun as you’d expect. It has a touch of soul that will be sure to get you dancing, too.
6. “Gone 2 Long” – PRETTYMUCH
A raw opening from each of the members draws you in from the get go. This ballad offers more insight into just all this boyband can do and how they deal with long distance relationships.
7. “Turbulent” – Waterparks
An angry track that contains all the feelings about your ex, probably. Strong lyrics and a strong beat convey just how much this relationship is over.
8. “Bags” – Clairo
A simple beat and a light vocal sets the tone for the whole song. A sweet, calming track that’s made for your chill night in playlist.
9. “Gold (Acoustic)” – IYVES
A strong and deep vocal against a sweet acoustic sound shows off just what IYVES can do. The chorus offers big choir-sounding vocals and adds the perfect amount of soul.
10. “Cross Me (feat. Chance the Rapper & PnB Rock)” – Ed Sheeran
A vibey track with a fun backing beat, strong ryhmes from Chance and PnB Rock. Ed Sheeran’s voice is takes a new form in this track and blends all the styles together perfectly.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?
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Need more music? Check out last week’s guide.