Happy New Music Friday, friends! This week is full of great tunes from some amazing artists like: Dua Lipa, Bring Me the Horizon, Vampire Weekend and more! See our full guide below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of January 25, 2019:
1. “Drug” – Simple Creatures
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth have teamed up for a new alternative project, Simple Creatures. The track is high energy and features a great blend of both members’ vocals.
2. “You and Me” – James TW
Another hit from the former BTS cover star, is a singer-songwriter meets pop sound that talks of pure love.
3.“7 Harmony Hall” – Vampire Weekend
A new great track from indie-pop band, Vampire Weekend. Complete with easy sounds and a fun singer-songwriter vibe that’s reminiscent of the Beatles.
4. “mother tongue” – Bring Me the Horizon
The newest track from the newly-released album, amo is a pop-rock jam. A perfect addition to the album.
5.“Anxiety (feat. Selena Gomez)” – Julia Michaels
An all-too-relatable track that talks of anxiety and these two ladies lay it all out on the table and get honest about the struggles that they face.
6. “Love Me & Let Me Go” – Ashley Tisdale
You know her from her High School Musical days — but she’s been busy making some solo music that we’re obsessed with. This track is a synth-pop dream.
7. “Think About Us (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)” – Little Mix
This track has a clear Latin influence that makes it smooth and catchy. The collaboration on this is a great addition!
8. “Change Your Mind” – Tori Kelly
The pop powerhouse is back with an earnest and longing vocal that will draw you in right away.
9. “Blind” – PRETTYMUCH
That infectious beat we’re used to with a sweet message to go along with it.
10.“Swan Song (From the Motion Picture ‘Alita: Battle Angel’)” – Dua Lipa
An upbeat jam that’s not a swan song. The track features a strong anthemic vibe that will get you feeling you can accomplish anything.
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.