New songs

Published on October 14th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Maroon 5, Death Cab For Cutie, etc.

Our web host (who will likely be our former web host) may have kept us down for two solid days, but we’re not out. Here are this week’s brand New Songs.

Enjoy.

Follow along with our New Songs: A Pauseandplay.com Playlist on Spotify (or click on the Spotify player at the bottom of this page). Spotify is down at the moment, but check back later.

“Don’t Wanna Know,” Maroon 5 feat. Kendrick Lamar

“Million Dollar Loan,” Death Cab For Cutie

“A Minute to Breathe” (from the film “Before the Flood”), Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

“My Kind,” Kip Moore

“Garden,” Emeli Sandé feat. Jay Electronica

“Circles,” Pusha T feat. Desiigner & Ty Dolla $ign

“The Stage,” Avenged Sevenfold

“Ghost,” Silverstein

“Sad Song,” Parson James

“True Disaster,” Tove Lo

“Youth,” Richard Judge

“Send Them Off! (Tiësto Remix),” Bastille

“D4L,” Sevyn Streeter feat. The-Dream

“Bad Things,” Machine Gun Kelly x Camila Cabello

“Alaska,” Maggie Rogers

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“Drug Dealer,” Macklemore feat. Ariana DeBoo

“Now and Later,” Sage The Gemini

“Higher Love,” Alex Vargas

“What Do You Love,” SeeB feat. Jacob Banks

“Busted,” The Dustbowl Revival

“Blink,” Frankie

“All Night,” The Vamps and Matoma

“On Your Side,” The Veronicas

“Freal Luv,” Far East Movement feat. Chanyeol & Tinashe

“Used To Have It All,” Fais & Afrojack

“Thinking About You,” Hardwell feat. Jay Sean

“Don’t Worry,” Konshens

“Symptomatic,” The Little Unsaid

“Bite My Tongue,” Venus Demilo

“Our Time,” L.

“Lucky 13,” John Ginty feat. Aster Pheonyx

“You Who’s Guiding Me,” Lossy

“Dreaming,” Winter

“Le corps des femmes,” Xavier Boscher

“KillaLivin’,” J Sweezy

“The Pressure,” Patience

“Precious Things: The Remixes,” Peppermint Heaven, Lynx & Chords

“See Through You,” Pepperhead

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Gerry Galipault debuted Pause & Play online in October 1997. Since then, it has become the definitive place for CD-release dates — with a worldwide audience.



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