It’s that time again! New Music Friday is here and brought some great music from some of the greatest ever: Andy Black, Lana Del Rey Ruth B. and so many more! See our picks below.
Top 10 Singles for the Week of September 21, 2018:
1.“My Way” – Andy Black
This new punk-style take on an old Sinatra favorite makes this track an instant hit. Andy Black’s vocals can do just about anything, and this song is the proof.
2.“Head Above Water” – Avril Lavigne
An emotional return from Avril Lavigne — she returns after 5 years and a Lyme Disease fight with a strong anthem that will be sure to move everyone.
3.“Venice Bitch” – Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey has made it on our list two weeks in a row thanks to her latest single from her supposed forthcoming album. This ten minute song shows everything we love about Lana: angsty lyrics, wispy vocals and California-inspired melodies.
4. “Rare” – Ruth B.
After a bit of a hiatus, our favorite piano-playing, storytelling girl is back and better than ever. With a grown up sound and vocal to match, it’s clear that Ruth B. is marking on new ground.
5.“Take Me As You Please” – The Story So Far
An acoustic story that will be sure to pull at the heartstrings of all listeners and make a perfect addition to your chill mix.
6. “Guiding Light” – Mumford & Sons
A perfect Fall track — a strong, yet subtle beat with all the melody and earnest lyrics to make a great roadtrip even better.
7. “ Back Together” – Loote
EDM duo Loote is back with yet another infectiously catchy and relatable track that we’re obsessed with.
8. “99 Years (feat. Jennifer Nettles) ” – Josh Groban
An unlikely pairing offers a sweet country-crooner mix song that talks about life and meaning.
9. “Zero (from the Original Motion Picture Ralph Breaks the Internet” – Imagine Dragons
A new take from Imagine Dragons — this track offers a more upbeat sound with a pop-sounding melody and beat to match. This track has us hyped for the movie!
10.“Paradise” – The Neighbourhood
The typical haunting sound with the simple beat backtrack is prevalent in this latest The Neighbourhood track plus strong echoes and synth influences.
Which of these are on your New Music Friday playlist today? Any we missed?