New songs

Published on June 9th, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Keith Urban, Muse, Leona Lewis, etc.


This Week’s New Songs

“Mercy,” Muse

“John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16,” Keith Urban

“Fire Under My Feet (Remixes),” Leona Lewis

“Can’t Feel My Face,” The Weeknd

“Stay In My Corner,” The Arcs (Dan Auerbach’s new side project)

“Bring It On Back,” Buckcherry

“In My Head,” Galantis

“Sweet Love of Mine,” Joy Williams

“Torn Apart,” Enter Shikari

“My Everything,” Owl City

“Better Hide, Better Run,” The Glitch Mob feat. Mark Johns

“Generate,” Eric Prydz

“Bitter (Remix EP),” Emily West

“All Hands On Deck Remix,” Tinashe feat. DeJ Loaf

“Let’s Ride,” Ash

“Uno,” Elijah Blake

“Obelisk,” Northlane

“Keep Going,” The Revivalists

“Around the World,” Natalie La Rose feat Fetty Wap

“3500,” Travi$ Scott feat. Future & 2 Chainz

“Always Look On the Bright Side of Life (The Unofficial England Football Anthem),” Monty Python

“Let You Go (A-Trak Remix),” The Chainsmokers feat. Great Good Fine Ok

“Rhythm Bomb (Nghtmre Remix),” The Prodigy feat. Flux Pavilion

“Faster,” Travis Porter

“Haute Mess (Anna Remix),” Nervo

“Ignition / Do You …,” Phoebe Ryan

“Body Talk,” Foxes

“I Love You More Remix,” KC & The Sunshine Band

“Hypocrite,” Sean Paul

“Carrion Flowers,” Chelsea Wolfe

“Made in Gold (The Remixes),” Nova Rockafeller

“Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea,” XYLØ

“Pacing,” Tep No

“Knock Off,” Ryan Mitchell Grey

“The Left Is Right,” Desaparecidos

“Money Trees Deuce,” Jay Rock

“Doctor Pepper,” Diplo feat. Cl, Riff Raff & Og MacO

“Surreal Exposure,” Ducktails

“Brooklyn Nights,” Runaway Saints

“Te Recodaré Bailando,” Don Omar

“Stones,” Rural Zombies

“Superhero,” Jesper Jenset

“Flame,” Sundara Karma

“Back of the Car,” RAC feat. Nate Henricks

“Jungle,” Panama

“My Only Vice,” Ms. Henrik

“Teach Me,” Billie Black

“Over,” Goldhouse

“Talk,” Bob Moses

“Bombastic,” Bonnie McKee

“Chase the Light,” The Palace

“Make It Right,” The George Twins

“Memory Tafetta,” Palmistry

“Can’t Break My Heart,” Sapphyria

“Fall Again,” Tremonti

“Never Going Back,” Holly Starr

“youarefire,” Lany

“Got It Made,” Doug West

“Magpie,” Birdstriking


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