It’s New Music Friday, friends! This week’s guide has a great lineup from the likes of Taylor Swift, The 1975, blink-182 and more! See our full guide here.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of July 26, 2019:
1. “Ready” – Alessia Cara
Alessia Cara returns with a big-band sound opening to a track that offers staccato lyrics and honesty.
2. “Tattooed On My Heart” – Bishop Briggs
An earnest track that will give you all the feels. Bishop Briggs talks about a partner who takes what they have for granted, but they stay.
3. “Darkside” – blink-182
A perfect mix of pop punk and synth influence that makes the perfect high-energy anthem.
4. “SZNS (feat. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie)” – Dinah Jane
A vibey track that offers dreamy and longing lyrics. Dinah Jane and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie are a perfect team for this song, as their vocals blend with ease.
5. “24” – IDK
An attention-grabbing track from the first note. With a strong beat and strong lyrics. This rap track is sure to be a favorite.
6. “Bad Behaviour” – Mabel
A pop track with right amount of R&B influence to make it danceable and fun. Add this one to your party playlist.
7. “The 1975” – The 1975
The first mention of The 1975’s next album, Notes On a Conditional Form, is their notable opening track from all of their previous albums. This time, it features a monologue about needed change in our world.
8. “Cupid! (Shot Me In the Dark) [feat. ILoveMakonnen]” – Teddy
An alternative track that meets rap with this great collaboration. A great story and a great beat make this a strong track.
9. “I’ll Be Back Someday” – Tegan and Sara
An upbeat pop track that has the guitar riffs of an early pop rock track and the strong anthemic sound of a great Tegan and Sara track. Some of their best work yet.
10. “The Archer – Taylor Swift
The third installment from Lover features a dream-like wispy vocal that draws you the listener immediately. It’s reminiscent of Red-era Taylor Swift tracks that will be sure to please fans.
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.