- The new releases of the week including Lights, Aaron Smith, and more.
The last half of the year is already promising great releases. LANY has dropped their latest single from their forthcoming album and Seventh Day Slumber is wrapping up production on their next worship album. It’s a good time for music lovers. Here’s this week’s New Music Friday roundup.
Elevation Worship Ft. Brandon Lake – Tumbas A Jardines (Graves Into Gardens)
Elevation Worship has released a Spanish version of their song Graves Into Gardens part of the Spanish album of the Graves Into Gardens album.
Lights – Dead End
Lights has released “Dead End” from the upcoming remix album of the same name which will be available August 7 on Fueled By Ramen.
Aaron Smith – Your Turn Now
Aaron Smith has dropped his new single “Your Turn Now.” The singer shares, “I always say with my music that I like anyone who’s listening to take their own meaning from the track and maybe use it to reflect on something that may have happened in their own life. For me, ‘Your Turn Now’ is about a bad relationship I had with a family member. It’s from a time in my life where I did not feel safe or settled at home. The story the song tells stems from facing years of emotional abuse and manipulation which in turn took away my childhood.”
Harry Jay-Steele – Wish For One Night
Harry Jay-Steele drops “Wish For One Night” the first single taken from his forthcoming debut album, due for release this fall via eclectic audiophile label Naim Records. Steele explains the song as having “a brooding darkness, which slips and slides into something more defiantly joyful and uplifting during the chorus.”
Lotus – Catacombs
Lotus has released “Catacombs” which will be part of their new album releasing in August. Named for the Catacombs of Paris, which are explored by people looking for adventure and thrills underground, “Catacombs” invites listeners to descend into the depths of groovy-funky jazz.
Iglesia Rey de Reyes & Claudio Freidzon – Levanta Un Aleluya
Iglesia Rey de Reyes has released the Spanish translation of Bethel’s “Raise a Hallelujah.” “Levanta Un Aleluya” was recorded at their home church.