Whether you’re bopping to BTS’ new song “Permission to Dance” or waiting for Billie Eilish’s new album, there is a lot of music filling up this year’s summer playlist. Here is this week’s New Music Friday.
Hillsong United – Know You Will
Hillsong UNITED is back with their new song “Know You Will.” The track marks the band’s new release this year following the release of The People Tour: Live From Madison Square Garden earlier this year.
Emily Weisband – Butterfly Ft. Karen Fairchild
Emily Weisband has teamed up with Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild for “Butterfly.” “I’ve always had a hard time believing love songs… because love in real life has never felt as easy as it looks in the movies or sounds in the songs,” shared Weisband on Instagram.
Atomic Kitten – Southgate You’re the One
Atomic Kitten reimagined their classic hit “Whole Again” with a Euro’s 2020 twist for England fans in “Southgate You’re the One (Football’s Coming Home Again).” “It’s been a whirlwind couple of days, but we are super excited and grateful to be able to contribute to the awesome energy and patriotism that is filling the England Streets with this version of Whole Again. Totally inspired by the England Football fans in support of Gareth Southgate and the super talented England Football team, we will be singing loud and proud “Football’s Coming Home! “ shared the band.
Zoe Wees – you broke me first & Hold Me Like You Used To
Zoe Wees has appeared in Spotify’s Spotify Singles series with a cover of Tate McRae’s “you broke me first” and a string version of “Hold Me Like You Used to.” Zoe said “I decided to do a string version of ‘Hold Me Like You Used To’ because I love strings and I wanted to give the song another sound with a different kind of vibe that makes it even more sad. I covered Tate McRae because I love ‘you broke me first,’ I love Tate, and she’s doing an amazing job. I love the lyrics and the way she wrote the song.”
boyband -birth by sleep
boyband has released the music video “birth by sleep” directed by Ana Peralta Chong. “birth by sleep” follows the theme of a blossoming relationship becoming toxic. In particular, “birth by sleep” is juxtaposed by the frenzied and frantic atmosphere of the second chapter, followed by “by myself,” which parallels the apprehension, anxiety, and fear of being alone that the narrator experiences following an unexpected breakup.
Un Corazón – Más Que Nunca Ft. Danilo Montero
Un Corazón has teamed up with Danilo Montero for the acousitc version of “Más Que Nunca.” The song comes with more anticipation as the band plans to release a new album later this year.
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