New songs

Published on January 15th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault


New Songs: Weezer, Willie Nelson, Santigold, etc.

What a week … it’s still hard to wrap our heads around the stunning loss of David Bowie.

But we soldier on with this week’s truckload of new songs.

Just click, pause and play!

Follow along with New Songs: A Playlist on Spotify (or click on the Spotify player at the bottom of this page).

“Summertime,” Willie Nelson

“Heavy Chevy,” Alabama Shakes

“King of the World,” Weezer

“The Sound,” The 1975

“Chasing Shadows,” Santigold

“In the Dark,” 3 Doors Down

“Little Lies,” Hilary Duff

“Memory,” Violent Femmes

“3 Miles High,” Travis

“Same Air,” The Rocket Summer

“Wipeout Turn,” Big Head Todd & The Monsters

“I Thought That We Said Goodbye,” Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones

“Nighttime Girl,” Cellars

“My Daughter Yes She Knows,” Robert Pollard

“Kiss the Sky,” The Knocks feat. Wyclef Jean

“Without You,” Parachute

“Dying For You,” Otto Knows feat. Lindsey Stirling & Alex Aris

“Run,” Tiggs Da Author feat. Lady Leshurr

“Mystery and Wonder,” Blitzen Trapper

“Jezebel,” Plague Vendor

“Never Be Over,” Bettie Serveert feat. Prof. Nomad & Co

“Disintegration Anxiety,” Explosions in the Sky

“Too Soon,” DMA’s

“You & Me,” Donovan

“Girlz,” L2M

“The Song They Play Every Night,” Little Green Cars

“Made for You,” Alexander Cardinale

“National Parks,” Big Ups

“Appeals,” Bayonne

“It’s Lit,” ZooFunktion

“Tipping Point,” Skrizzly Adams

“For a Lover,” Wall of Death

“Cinnamon,” Cullen Omori

“Something For Nothing,” Rationale

“Damocles,” Some Velvet Morning

“Spirits,” The Strumbellas

“Find Myself,” HUNTR

“Pined,” Wray

“Prudence,” The Bulls

“Take Me Home,” Angry Jesse

“Used,” Strangers You Know

“Rawr,” Problem Attic

“Blonde on Blonde,” Soda

“You Are the Centre of Me,” Ivy Nations

“‘Bout Me,” Yung We$t feat. Show Banga

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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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