NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: Releases For The Week of June 2, 2017

Hopelessly looking for #1.

The June tunes are in effect, blazing a path towards the top of the album list. This week, there’s a nice amount of pop and alternative music in the mix, with a hint of country to spice it up. Here are the notable releases for this Friday:

HALSEY – Hopeless Fountain Kingdom (iTunes)
Led by the top 15 pop radio hit “Now Or Never”, the sophomore album by this performer is starting to get some positive coverage. A rabid fanbase like hers will likely turn this into a front-loaded release, which shouldn’t be too surprising, but just how far will it go? I think this is the strongest candidate to debut at the top of the chart next week, barring some surprise release, so stay tuned!

BLEACHERS – Gone Now (iTunes)
“Don’t Take The Money” has topped my personal chart for the last four weeks, so I might be a little excited about the sophomore set from Jack Antonoff’s project. Of course, “Don’t” is also a top ten single on the Alternative airwaves. Three years ago, Strange Desire debuted and peaked at #11 on the Billboard 200, and I’m hoping his new set can crack the top ten.

LUKE COMBS – This One’s For You (iTunes)
Combs recently topped the Country chart with “Hurricane”, which was aided by iHeartMedia’s On The Verge program at the format. The 27-year-old singer will likely make a nice splash on the Country list next week, though it should have a solid entry overall.

More albums out this week: All Time Low‘s Last Young Renegade (iTunes), Alt-J‘s Relaxer (iTunes), Dan Auerbach‘s Waiting On A Song (iTunes), Dua Lipa‘s Dua Lipa (iTunes), Housefires‘s We Say Yes (iTunes), U2‘s The Joshua Tree (Deluxe Edition) (iTunes), Wheeler Walker Jr.‘s Ol’ Wheeler (iTunes), Wonder Woman (Soundtrack) (iTunes)

More EPs out this week: Major Lazer‘s Know No Better (iTunes), Qveen Herby‘s EP 1 (iTunes)

New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:
“13”, LANY (iTunes)
“Another Love Song”, Ne-Yo (iTunes)
“Bad Drug”, Cosmos & Creature (iTunes)
“Boys In The Street (Seeb Remix)”, Greg Holden (iTunes)
“Bring Me Home”, Sam Martin (iTunes)
“Broken Clocks”, SZA (iTunes)
“Champagne, Secrets, And Chanel”, Giorgio Moroder & Phantoms featuring Prince Charlez (iTunes)
“Change It All”, Harrison Storm (iTunes)
“Down”, Fifth Harmony featuring Gucci Mane (iTunes)
“Endless Summer”, Absofacto (iTunes)
“Everything Now”, Arcade Fire (iTunes)
“Golden Dandelions”, Barns Courtney (iTunes)
“Good Kids”, Alex Mattson (iTunes)
“I Don’t Know”, Molly Kate Kestner (iTunes)
“Little White Lies”, Betsy (iTunes)
“Llama In My Living Room”, AronChupa featuring Little Sis Nora (iTunes)
“Maderas”, Saint Mesa (iTunes)
“Maybe It’s My First Time”, Meg Mac (iTunes)
“O.D.D.”, Hey Violet (iTunes)
“Perfect Places”, Lorde (iTunes)
“Persistence”, Albin Lee Meldau (iTunes)
“Places We Won’t Walk”, Bruno Major (iTunes)
“Reborn”, Rae Morris (iTunes)
“Right Now”, Snakehips featuring Elhae, D.R.A.M. & H.E.R. (iTunes)
“Run”, Foo Fighters (iTunes)
“Saint”, VÉRITÉ (iTunes)
“Shame”, Hearts & Colors (iTunes)
“Sign Of The Times”, Jasmine Thompson and Sabrina Carpenter (iTunes)
“Staring At The Sun”, Vanic featuring Clara Mae (iTunes)
“Stone”, Jaymes Young (iTunes)
“Summer Hangover”, Nause featuring OMVR (iTunes)
“The Only High”, The Veronicas (iTunes)
“The Only Reason”, JP Cooper (iTunes)
“The Other Side”, Ruelle (iTunes)
“Truth To Power”, OneRepublic (iTunes)
“Uh Huh”, Julia Michaels (iTunes)
“Unpredictable”, Olly Murs & Louisa Johnson (iTunes)
“Used To It”, Ashe (iTunes)
“Wall Of Glass”, Liam Gallagher (iTunes)
“We Could Run”, Beth Ditto (iTunes)
“You Can Count On Me”, Ansel Elgort featuring Logic (iTunes)
“Your Fan”, The Preatures (iTunes)

We’ll see you next week for new albums from BleachersHalsey and more. Listen to the PGTC Friday Faves list on Spotify!

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