New songs

Published on August 5th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Norah Jones, Britney Spears, etc.

It’s New Music Friday, so get your headphones and listen up: Here are this week’s New Songs. (Sorry, still no new Frank Ocean yet.) Press shuffle and 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).

“Carry On,” Norah Jones

“Private Show,” Britney Spears

“Comeback Kid,” The Band Perry

“Broke,” Aloe Blacc

“Cool Girl,” Tove Lo

“Gemini Feed,” Banks

“SOS (Overboard),” Joseph

“I See You,” Idina Menzel

“Gone,” Afrojack feat. Ty Dolla $ign

“Nail Pon Cross,” Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley

“Let Me Love You,” DJ Snake feat. Justin Bieber

“Side to Side,” iLoveMakonnen

“Cookin,” Fat Joe, Remy Ma, French Montana feat. RySoValid

“Infrared,” Tall Heights

“Overnight,” Jake Miller

“In a Black Out,” Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam

“Lost & Found,” Betsy

“Dancing on the Sun,” Vitamin

“Hey Big Star,” Kishi Bashi

“Make Me Feel” (from the Netflix original film “XOXO”), Galantis and East & Young

“The Courtyard,” LOLO

“Above All,” Frøder

“Sacrifice My Heart,” Petula Clark

“That Love,” Shaggy

“Thunder in the Rain,” Kane Brown

“Put Your Hands Up,” The Struts

“Lost in the Fog,” The Album Leaf

“Wanted to Want It Too,” C Duncan

“Performing Human (Eaters Mix),” Parquet Courts

“Twenty Years,” Placebo

“Nothing But a Bad Trip,” Ed Harcourt

“Hey Now,” The Regrettes

“Oxygen,” Prince Fox

“Truth,” O-Town feat. Kevin Nova

“Pull Up,” Swift

“Homeward Bound,” Peter Hollens

“Sing My Heart Out,” Sam Bailey

“New Song,” Warpaint

“Touch the Ground,” Maggie Szabo

“Bold Ego Fledgling,” The Inconsistent Jukebox feat. Ang Kerfoot

“Love Like a Hurricane,” Hawker M. James

“Tender Souls,” Pete RG

“Helen,” Georgia Reed

“ChaChaCha,” Oh My Love

“Meteorite,” Owls of the Swamp

“Ol’ School Love,” Gwen Majors

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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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