Settle in, friends! This New Music Friday guide is a big one! Some of our favorite artists put out music from the last two weeks including Set It Off, The 1975, Miley Cyrus and so many more! See our favorites below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of November 30, 2018:
1.“I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)” – The 1975
A popular track from the highly anticipated album is reminiscent of The 1975’s last record with a little more rawness. A sweet ballad shows honesty and growth: two themes present throughout the entirety of the album.
2.“Lonely Dance” – Set It Off
The second peek into the next Set It Off album has smooth vocals and dance vibes that form an infectious, high-energy chorus.
3.“Feeling of Falling (feat. Kim Petras)” – Cheat Codes
An EDM dream that’s complete with beat drops and earnest lyrics with a danceable beat.
4. “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart (feat. Miley Cyrus)” – Mark Ronson
This team up is more than we could have ever asked for. A cutting story backed by a slow building dance beat that transforms into a West-influenced blues track.
5.“We Appreciate Power (feat. HANA)” – Grimes
A unique track with strong passion and edgy synth sounds, creating a one-of-a-kind anthem.
6. “Rainberry” – ZAYN
That perfect falsetto we know and love with a new haunting twist that has us aching for the release of ZAYN’s forthcoming album, Icarus Falls.
7. “Trash Bat” – AFI
Nostalgic punk with Davey Havok’s strong vocal, has this track pointing to being the highlight of the new EP, The Missing Man.
8. “Nintendo Game” –Alessia Cara
Alessia Cara has returned with her second full-length effort, The Pains of Growing and this track is definitely a standout.With nostalgic lyrics (and games) it draws you in from the first hook.
9. “I Knew You When (feat. Foster the People)” – MØ
A singer-songwriter start that gently turns into an EDM-infused pop chorus that’d we expect from MØ. The addition of Foster the People really makes the song — the vocals together offer sweet harmonies and transcends the track to a new level.
10.“Mercy (feat. Vic Mensa)” – Grace Weber
A past BTS feature artist, is back with a new track that is dripping with soul sounds and Vic Mensa’s verse offers harsh realities to bring the true message of the track to light.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?