New songs

Published on February 24th, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Chic feat. Nile Rodgers, Kodaline, Zedd, etc.

“I’ll Be There,” Chic feat. Nile Rodgers with The Martinez Brothers

“Piece By Piece,” Kelly Clarkson

“No Room In Frame,” Death Cab For Cutie

“Nothing Without Love,” Nate Ruess

“Autopilot,” Kodaline

“I Want You To Know,” Zedd feat. Selena Gomez

“Some Days I’m Golden All Night,” Josh Rouse

“Clean,” Big Data feat. Jamie Lidell

“Somebody That I Used to Know,” Seth Avett & Jessica Lea Mayfield

“Pretty Is,” Lyfe Jennings

“They Don’t Know,” Disciples

“It Feels,” NERVO

“Bishop in Arms,” Torche

“Zero in the City,” Great Lake Swimmers

“Breathe Me In,” Laura Welsh

“Chemical,” Jack Garratt

“Queens,” MisterWives

“Gold Dust,” Galantis

“Whiskey In a Bottle,” YelaWolf

“Walk Like An Egyptian,” Jukebox The Ghost and Secret Someones

“Superfly,” Raury

“Nothing Really Matters (Afrojack Remix),” Mr. Probz

“Stranger to Love,” Charles Perry

“Shine (Kygo Remix),” Benjamin Francis Leftwich

“Vamala,” Champs

“Books,” Swiss Lips

“Bills,” Lunchmoney Lewis

“Turn Up Da Bass (Original Mix),” Goldfish & Blink

“Go Go Go,” Panic Is Perfect

“The Rhythm,” MNEK

“Thinking Out Loud,” Jasmine Thompson

“Holy (The Remixes),” Sterling Fox

“I Won’t Let You Walk Away (Radio Edit),” Mako feat. Madison Beer

“Loveblood,” Sundara Karma

“Jasper / Standing Knees,” Hooton Tennis Club

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