As we approach the summer, it seems as if celebrations are in order. The exam season is coming to an end for students, Glastonbury is just around the corner and a host of artists have just released new music for everyone to enjoy. Leading this week’s stunning collection of tracks are The Killers, who return for the first time since 2012 with The Man. Arcade Fire continue their preparation ahead of the release of upcoming album Everything Now, with the release of Creature Comfort.
One of the great joys of writing about music is the ability that it gives you to listen and discover new music. Each week we try to bring you a selection of the best new releases to try and inspire you to find something new. This week is no different and the selection of new music continues to include returning stars and rising talent throughout. Here are our track’s of the week with in depth reviews.
2017 is certainly becoming a year to remember for the music industry. Sensational tracks mixed with startling comebacks and rising stars have really shown everyone the diversity and talent that remain’s around the world. This week’s list of brilliant new music is led by former TV star and now global icon Miley Cyrus who returns for the first time since 2015 with new track Malibu.
Each week, we hope to be blessed with some incredible new tracks and so far each week has lived up to our hopeful expectations. However, never could we have predicted the quality of music that was released this week. In record breaking feat, we have reviews for over thirty tracks that were released just this week! We always have high hopes when it comes to the end of each month but never could we have dreamt of something this spectacular. Here are our tracks’s of the week with in depth reviews.
As we approach May, we are gifted with an incredible selection of new music to round April off in style. Leading this week are a surprising amount of artists with Haim returning for the first time since 2013 with new track Right Now. Imagine Dragons release Thunder, the second track from their upcoming third album.