It’s finally New Music Friday, which means we have a guide full of great new tracks to get your weekend started off right. With tunes from and Why Don’t We, Neck Deep, Andy Grammer and more, it’s one of our best weeks yet. See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of June 28, 2019:
1. “Come to Brazil” – Why Don’t We
This track stems from the years of fans commenting on artists’ post to “come to Brazil”. The boys of Why Don’t We make this happen with soulful lyrics and an infectious melody.
2. “Young and in Love” – Ingrid Michaelson
A two-against-the-world anthem with longing lyrics and strong emotions. The chorus will make you grab your person and hit the dance floor.
3. “high & dry” – mxmtoon
A light-styled track complete with ukulele sounds and airy vocals create the perfect sweet revenge track.
4. “Hate Me” – Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD
A great new direction for Ellie Goulding thanks to the help of Juice WRLD. This track features anger-fueled lyrics with a strong rap beat.
5. “She’s a God” – Neck Deep
It’s been a minute since we’ve had new music from pop-punk icons, Neck Deep and we couldn’t be happier about this new track! Complete with their high-energy sound and lyrics about the best woman in their lives, it’s sure to be a fan fav in no time.
6. “Comin in Hot” – Adam Lambert
This smooth and sexy jam will give you all the feels and shows a great new side of Adam Lambert.
7. “Some Girl” – Andy Grammer
A simple start offers a catchy beat and look back down memory lane. The chorus is wispy and earnest to take the entire track to another level.
8. “Closer to You” – Clairo
A synth-strong sound and raw lyrics show a new side of Clairo and gives even more insight to her great tales.
9. “Make Me Laugh” – TRACE
A slow and raw synth-infused track that offers earnest lyrics and a chill melody that’s makes it perfect for you night in playlist.
10. “Beautiful People (feat. Khalid)” – Ed Sheeran
An Ed Sheeran song in tune with Khalid’s sound and vibe. The perfect combination, if you ask us.
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.