Billie Eilish has shared a new remix of bad guy featuring Justin Bieber.
Taylor Swift releases track 5 from upcoming album Lover titled The Archer. “Track 5 is kind of a tradition that really started with you guys because, I didn’t realize that I was doing this, but as I was making albums, I was instinctively putting very vulnerable, personal, honest, emotional songs as track 5,” says Swift.
Big Sean drops new track Overtime while alluding to working on forthcoming album.
Old Dominion releases sing Never Be Sorry from upcoming album. “Some relationships just aren’t in the cards, but you can’t be sorry for falling in love.”
Carly Rae Jepsen has collaborated with DJ and producer Gryffin on his latest track OMG. “We wanted to create a track that is just pure fun and summery and Carley Rae Jepsen absolutely smashed it.”
Troy Cartwright releases single Hung Up On You. “I wrote this song for anybody who’s ever had someone they can’t stop thinking about.”
Ariana Grande releases boyfriend with tour mates, Social House. “We wanted to make something uplifting that captures that feeling of being afraid to take that leap & trust, being afraid of being hurt or feeling like you won’t be enough for that person,” she continued. “But also how it feels to have a crippling crush on someone.” says Grande.
Lana Del Rey releases “Looking for America,” a new single that was written following last weekend’s mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and the Oregon District of Dayton, Ohio. “I’m still looking for my own version of America/ One without the guns, the flag can freely fly/ No bombs in the sky, only fireworks and you and I.”
Megan Thee Stallion Drops New Song “Hot Girl Summer” featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. “It’s about women and men being unapologetically them, just having a good-ass time, hyping up their friends, doing you, not giving a damn about what nobody gotta say about it.”
Perry focuses on the awkwardness of spending time with a former lover in her latest single. “We had conversations about forever now it’s about the weather” and, “We went from strangers to lovers to strangers in a lifetime.”
Adam Dutkiewicz [lead guitar], Joel Stroetzel [rhythm guitar], Mike D’Antonio [bass], Justin Foley [drums], and Jesse Leach [vocals]—sharpen every side of this signature sound on their eighth full-length and first for Metal Blade, Atonement. The vision they shared two decades ago crystallizes like never before.
basking in the glow the new full length from oso oso. Paste Magazine claims “Lilitri did for early-aughts emo-pop what Carly Rae Jepsen did for ‘80s synth-pop: extract the sugariest bits of an old sound to spin into pure bubblegum confectionery”
Oh Sees release third album, Face Stabber, a progressive rock double LP. “This album is Soundcloud hip-hop reversed, a far-flung nemesis of contemporary country and flaccid algorithmic pop-barf. No songs about money or love are floating in the ether. “
Since her last record, Shura, a serial singleton Londoner found her forever-her in Brooklyn after a whirlwind modern romance via dating apps and video messaging. With new-found creative freedom and energy (as well as a new label home), Shura has produced and crafted a sophisticated pop record that reflects on classic tropes of love and self in bold new shades.
Hot August Nights is the prolific rapper’s fifth project to release this year.
Snoop Dogg releases new album I Wanna Thank Me. The album takes its name from Snoop’s now-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame speech given last fall. “I wanna thank me,” he said as he accepted his star. “I wanna thank me for believing in me. I wanna thank me for doing all this hard work. I wanna thank me for having no days off.”
Lillie Mae’s second album Other Girls features 11 new, original songs written by Lillie Mae, produced by Grammy-winner Dave Cobb at RCA Studio A, that signal a reclaimed confidence and bold evolution.
The Center Won’t Hold, Sleater-Kinney’s tenth studio album. “We’re always mixing the personal and the political but on this record, despite obviously thinking so much about politics, we were really thinking about the person – ourselves or versions of ourselves or iterations of depression or loneliness – in the middle of the chaos.” says guitarist/vocalist Carrie Brownstein
UK legends Ride return with their 6th studio album and second since reforming in 2015. Produced, like its predecessor, by Erol Alkan the 12 tracks range from the classic heavy shoegaze sound the band are known for to quieter acoustic tracks while the spectre of the dancefloor is never far away. Ride’s 4th record to be mixed by Alan Moulder includes the A listed UK radio singles “Future Love” and “Repetition” and has been widely acclaimed in the press with Q magazine saying it “might well be their best record yet”. Ride begin an extensive, month long, nationwide US tour at Riot Fest in Chicago in September.