It’s Tuesday again, which means it’s time for another of CelebMix’s New Music Round Ups.
Over the past seven days, we’ve been treated to a whole host of new songs from some of our favourite artists. During the week, we’ve already shared new music with you from the likes of Shawn Mendes, Paramore, Charlie Puth, Alex Aiono, Shawn Hook featuring Vanessa Hudgens and COIN.
However, as usual, there’s a whole lot more to be heard, including two of the hottest duets in recent times, incredible follow-up singles and plenty of fresh new sounds. Without further ado, here’s 17 of the best new music tracks you need to check out.
Dua Lipa – ‘Lost In Your Light’ featuring Miguel
Dua Lipa continues her domination with another world class collab, this time with Grammy Award winning Miguel. We’re obsessed with this track already, and we love how Dua and Miguel have created such a sultry jam. The electro-pop collab will feature on Dua’s self-titled debut album, which is due to be released on June 2.
‘Lost In Your Light’ is available here.
Lana Del Rey – ‘Lust For Life’ featuring The Weeknd
Friday appeared to be a day for incredible world class collabs as Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd also joined forces for new track ‘Lust For Life’. The song is a dreamy and hypnotic collab from the duo and works perfectly. ‘Lust For Life’ is Lana’s first collab and comes from her forthcoming album of the same name, which is due for release later this year.
‘Lust For Life’ is available here.
Malaika – ‘Stop For A Minute’
‘Stop For A Minute’ is the second track from jazz-pop artist Malaika, and follows on from ‘I Don’t Feel The Same’. The song has been produced and co-written by Grammy nominated songwriter John Beck and recent winner of BBC’s ‘Let It Shine’, Curtis T Johns. With support from Jamie Cullum and numerous outlets, Malaika is set to grow from strength to strength.
Stream ‘Stop For A Minute’ here.
Gavin Haley – ‘Waiting For You’
Gavin Haley is back with his new single, ‘Waiting For You’, which follows on from his critically-acclaimed debut release ‘Fades Away’. Speaking about the track, Gavin states: “‘Waiting For You’ is every style of music I loved for the last 3 years put into 1 song. My influences would have to be Bruce Springsteen, Leonard Cohen, Ed Sheeran, & Coldplay.”
Cherryade – ‘Get By’
‘Get By’ is the latest offering from duo Cherryade. London-based Ella and Alex aim to shake up the stagnant charts with their self-described “feisty alt-pop anthem with bite, it combines sweet, bubblegum pop with punk attitude and full-on bad girl swagger.” 2017 looks set to be an exciting year for the cheeky duo – keep your eyes peeled for what they do next!
Only Girl – ‘Fortune’
Fresh from a personal request from Dermot O’Leary to perform on ITV’s The Nightly Show, Only Girl has released the music video for her latest offering, ‘Fortune’. The haunting track is accompanied by a video directed by Davy Evans, which is filled with rich gold concepts which reflect the idea of emotional fortune in relationships.
Dan Crossley – ‘Nothing But Love’
‘Nothing But Love’ is the follow-up single to Dan Crossley’s critically-acclaimed debut, ‘Feel’. The track is a feel-good electro-pop offering, emphasising Dan’s club-influenced lyrics and confident vocal. We’re certain that Dan is a young artist worth looking out for over the next few months.
Le Galaxie – ‘Pleasure’
Le Galaxie return with ‘Pleasure’, the first single from their forthcoming third album. The track is a dangerously charged sensuous slice of dance pop featuring the vocals of May Kay (Fight Like Apes). The accompanying music video is truly hypnotic – check it out below.
Angel – ‘Road Closed’
Following a successful start to the year, Angel is ready to continue his unstoppable ascent with some new music. ‘Road Closed’ is his latest offering, and kick-starts his new ‘More of HER’ playlist which will see him release a series of fresh new tracks and visuals over the next few weeks, just in time for the summer.
‘Road Closed’ is available here.
Claire Mortifee – ‘Ouroboros’
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Claire Mortifee premiered her debut single ‘Ouroboros’ on Friday. Produced by Grammy-winning producer Chin Injeti (Drake, Eminem, Dr.Dre), the track is full of hypnotic melodies and jazz/electro-synth sounds. ‘Ouroboros’ is the first song from her forthcoming EP Medicines, set to drop on June 22.
Sarah Solovay – ‘Trick Me’
Sarah Solovay is back with a brilliant new track called ‘Trick Me’. It’s the second track to be released from her forthcoming EP, and follows on from ‘Rough Draft’. What we love the most about Sarah is her ability to deliver personal songs full of honesty. Sarah will be on the road with The Heydaze for a handful of dates next month.
Cuebrick featuring KARRA – ‘Smoke & Fire’
Released on Enhanced Music, ‘Smoke & Fire’ is the new release from Cuebrick. With vocals from KARRA, ‘Smoke & Fire’ is a stunning dance track which sees the German producer explore an intricacy-laden production which shows off his raw ability.
‘Smoke & Fire’ is available here.
Frida Sundemo – ‘It’s OK’
‘It’s OK’ is the latest offering from Swedish songstress Frida Sundemo. The track was released through Cosmos Music and she’ll be releasing her debut album soon. If you fancy seeing her live, she leads the ROAR line up at The Victoria, Dalston tonight alongside Naomi Pilgrim.
Grace Savage – ‘Just For Tonight’
Grace Savage delivers a slice of dark electro-pop with a tropical vibe during her latest track, ‘Just For Tonight’. Speaking about the track, Grace says: “‘Just for Tonight’ is a song about clinging onto something that is no longer there, about spending a night with an ex in an effort to try and revive and resuscitate the relationship. Lying to yourself, looking for the short term fix and living in a moment of dangerous make believe.”
Greta Isaac – ‘You’
Greta Isaac is a rising Welsh artist to look out for. Her new track ‘You’ is a hypnotic offering which explores obsession and infatuation. Greta said: “The character is infatuated with another person to such an extreme that she abandons her own identity to embody the other person. She quite literally wants to BECOME them. It’s about how a simple little obsession can develop into something destructively extreme.”
‘You’ is available here
Amy Steele – ‘Saltwater’
‘Saltwater’ is the latest track from Amy Steele, which serves as an introduction to her upcoming EP Memories in Watercolour. The track has been described by Clash Music as ‘an exploration of the way in which memory erases the experience it aims to reflect’.
Purple Ferdinand – ‘Time’
‘Time’ is the latest offering from Purple Ferdinand. Of the track, she told The Line of Best Fit: “This song has a special place in my heart. I wrote it when I was trying to figure out what a lot of these concerns (in life) I had were. Seeing people in my life, out my life, come and go, love flourish and fade. There was a pattern, a lot of people didn’t realise they were falling into of not making time to love or for love, settling for life’s choices. Not being true to what love is made me feel like I was questioning everything inside me about how we can really live without being true to making time to love.”