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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: Releases For The Week of June 29, 2018

Sting when you’re winning.

There’s a scorpion on the loose this week, as we enter the jungle of jams we call New Music Friday. Who else is joining the song safari? These are the notable digital and physical releases headed into the market this Friday:

DRAKE – Scorpion (iTunes)
Drake’s double album set, a total of 25 tracks, will storm the top of the Billboard 200 chart next week. Of course, the release features a pair of monster hits in “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What”, and plenty of future hits too. How giant will its first week be? Whatever it is, we’ll be watching.

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE – High As Hope (iTunes)
Led by the single “Hunger”, which leads the current Triple A chart and is just inside the top ten on Alternative radio, there’s certainly a hope that this album will enter the top five next week. Should it happen, the album will become their second to reach the region.

Notable albums out this week: Blair St. Clair‘s Call My Life (iTunes), Bullet For My Valentine‘s Gravity (iTunes), Gorillaz‘s The Now Now (iTunes), Guns N’ Roses‘s Appetite For Destruction: Locked N’ Loaded (iTunes), Leo Stannard‘s Maratea (iTunes), Sean Paul‘s Mad Love: The Prequel (iTunes)

Notable EPs out this week: Gavin James‘s Always (iTunes), Ina Wroldsen‘s Hex (iTunes), Mondo Cozmo‘s Your Motherf*cker (iTunes), Riley Green‘s In A Truck Right Now (iTunes)

New digital singles that you can buy this week include:
“About Time” and “Stutter”, EDEN (iTunes)
“All For You”, Years & Years (iTunes)
“Alone Time”, Lovelytheband (iTunes)
“American Summer”, Giiants (iTunes)
“Be Alright”, Dean Lewis (iTunes)
“Careless Man”, Matthew Perryman Jones featuring Young Summer (iTunes)
“Connection”, OneRepublic (iTunes)
“Dinero (CADE Remix)”, Jennifer Lopez featuring DJ Khaled & Cardi B (iTunes)
“Don’t Panic”, XYLØ (iTunes)
“Ego”, NONONO (iTunes)
“Eve”, KNGDAVD (iTunes)
“Everybody Needs A Kiss”, Benny Benassi & Sofi Tukker (iTunes)
“Fallible Creatures”, Scott Quinn (iTunes)
“Focus” and “No Angel”, Charli XCX (iTunes)
“Gimme Gimme”, Johnny Stimson (iTunes)
“Girls”, AJ Mitchell (iTunes)
“Glory”, The Score (iTunes)
“Have It All (Easy Star All-Stars & Michael Goldwasser Reggae Mix)”, Jason Mraz (iTunes)
“I Only Need One”, Bearson featuring MNDR (iTunes)
“I See Love”, Jonas Blue featuring Joe Jonas (iTunes)
“Jambalaya (On The Bayou)” and “The Way I See It”, Mason Ramsey (iTunes)
“Jump (Acoustic)”, Julia Michaels (iTunes)
“La La Love”, Mono Mind (iTunes)
“Low (DIMMI Remix)”, Lenny Kravitz (iTunes)
“Miss You”, Jacob & Fanny (iTunes)
“Monogamy”, Christopher (iTunes)
“My Love”, Martin Solveig (iTunes)
“Not The Boy” and “Verified”, A$AP Ferg (iTunes)
“Not Too Late (Acoustic)”, Moon Taxi (iTunes)
“Numb”, Benjamin Francis Leftwich (iTunes)
“Only Love”, Jordan Smith (iTunes)
“Pirate Song”, Kenny Chesney (iTunes)
“Pyro Ting”, Rak-Su x Banx & Ranx (iTunes)
“R.I.P.”, Olivia O’Brien featuring G-Eazy & Drew Love (iTunes)
“Rooftop”, Nico Santos & Samantha Harvey (iTunes)
“Runaway”, Passenger (iTunes)
“Same Team”, Labrinth + Stefflon Don (iTunes)
“Shades”, The Knocks (iTunes)
“So Far Under”, Alice In Chains (iTunes)
“Solo (M-22 Remix)”, Clean Bandit featuring Demi Lovato (iTunes)
“Stay Woke”, Meek Mill featuring Miguel (iTunes)
“Still New York”, MAX featuring Joey Bada$$ (iTunes)
“Strange Magic”, Seramic (iTunes)
“The Last Of The Real Ones”, Fall Out Boy featuring MadeinTYO & bülow (iTunes)
“Warriors”, Allen Stone (iTunes)
“Way Way Back”, Matt Nathanson (iTunes)
“When All The Stars Have Died”, Kris Allen (iTunes)
“White Flag”, Daughtry (iTunes)
“Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You”, Sheryl Crow featuring Annie Clark (iTunes)
“You Deserve Better (Acoustic)”, James Arthur (iTunes)
“You Don’t Know About Me (ACLU Remix)”, Ella Vos, Vérité, Icona Pop & Mija (iTunes)
“You Got Me Wrong (Aleksander Galoski Remix)”, Efraim Leo featuring Juliette Claire (iTunes)
“Youngblood (R3HAB Remix)”, 5 Seconds Of Summer (iTunes)
“Younger (Acoustic)”, A Great Big World (iTunes)

Next week: look out for new albums from Years & Years, Yungblud and more. For Adam’s personal picks of the week, listen to the PGTC Friday Faves list on Spotify!

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TURN IT UP TUESDAY: What’s New In Stores This Week (Feb. 12)

Straight from the "Heart".

Straight from the “Heart”.

It’s two days after the GRAMMY Awards… feeling the letdown yet? Well, there’s still new music out this week, though labels don’t traditionally pack the schedule with albums and singles this week. Nevertheless, here are your new releases for February 12:

  • Pick Of The Week for this week is the new EP by singer-songwriter Matt Hires, Forever. The four-song release is a nice mix of twangy tunes (First single “Restless Heart” and “The Sound Of Falling In Love” and more straight-forward pop/rock ditties (the title track and “Signal In The Sky”.) It’s a digital-only EP, but a full-length album will be following on May 6, The World Won’t Last Forever. “Heart” should be making my personal chart in next one or two weeks. (AmazonMP3)
  • Only a few million of you watched Smash‘s return to NBC last week, but the television show puts out Bombshell this week, a packed 22-song album from the fictional musical that the show is producing based on the life of Marilyn Monroe. (iTunes)
  • Brushfire Records artist Matt Costa returns with a self-titled effort, which features first single “Good Times”, currently impacting AAA radio. (iTunes)
  • Gabrielle Aplin, who had a big hit on the U.K. charts last year with her cover of Frankie Goes To Hollywood‘s “The Power Of Love”, returns with “Please Don’t Say You Love Me”. It’s released as an EP here today. (AmazonMP3)
  • Rockers Bullet For My Valentine return with Temper Temper, their first release in three years and fourth studio album overall. (iTunes)
  • After releasing a Christmas album last September, Jeremy Camp puts out a regular studio album, Restless. (iTunes)

New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:

We’ll be back next week with new albums by rockers Atlas Genius and Buckcherry. See you in seven!

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