New songs

Published on December 4th, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault


New Songs: John Legend, Kid Cudi, Animal Collective, etc.

This week’s roundup of new songs is dedicated to the memory of Scott Weiland. He had his problems, yes, but he loved music and he loved songwriting. He should have had a long life of it.

Treasure every minute and everybody on this planet. We have only one shot at it … make it last.

Just click, pause and play!

“Under the Stars,” John Legend

“Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven,” Kid Cudi

“FloriDada,” Animal Collective

“The Good News,” Bloc Party

“Don’t You Give Up On Me,” Lissie

“The Dying of the Light,” Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

“No Pressure,” Classified feat. Snoop Dogg

“Neon Blues,” Randy Rogers Band

“Telomere,” Mystery Jets

“The More You Give (The More You’ll Have),” Michael Bublé

“The Girl Is Mine,” 99 Souls feat. Destiny’s Child & Brandy

“Creep,” B Smyth feat. Young Thug

“Christmas Without a Prayer,” Sparks

“The Gift of Music,” Dream Theater

“Heart Is Full,” Miike Snow

“Alone on Christmas Day,” Phoenix feat. Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzmann, Paul Shaffer & Buster

“Born Again Teen,” Lucius

“Christmas at Our House,” Ian Roberts

It’s not easy to create new, original Christmas material, but British singer-songwriter Ian Roberts loves a challenge. With his new song, “Christmas at Our House,” he wanted it to have a special meaning: All proceeds go to Shelter and The Trussell Trust to help the homeless.

    “I had a melody bouncing around in my head last year two days before Christmas, I knew it had a real Christmas feel to it so I just went with it,” Roberts says. “I had been watching television about there being so many homeless people on our streets at Christmas and so the lyrics took a lovely twist to highlight that. We should all do something to help others, especially at Christmas.”

“Lay It All On Me (Cash Cash Remix),” Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran

“Everything At Once,” Travis

“Let’s Go,” Ashanti

“Flatlining,” She Is We

“Elevator,” Mya

“Girl From Conejo Valley,” M. Ward

“Dirty Mind,” Flo Rida

“Never Seen You Get So Low,” Aquilo

“Another Lonely Night (Remixes),” Adam Lambert

“The Next Generation EP,” Afrojack

“Astronaut,” Oh Boy Prince feat. Jspec

“Pass Dat,” Jeremih

“My Dick,” 3OH!3

“C’mon Baby Let the Good Time Roll,” Cornershop

“All I Want for Christmas,” Macy Gray

“Rule the World,” Daye Jack

“Start a Riot,” Banners

“Please Don’t Go (Cheat Codes Edit),” Dresses feat. Cheat Codes

“Romeo,” Chairlift

“No Soy Una De Esas,” Jesse & Joy feat. Alejandro Sanz

“Learning for Your Love,” Marcus Marr

“You Always Win,” Dropout

“Painted in Gold (Robotaki Remix),” Strange Talk feat. Bertie Blackman

“Be Right There (Remixes),” Diplo

“Galaxy,” Nine Lashes

“Physical,” St. Lucia

“Ain’t Too Cool,” Lunchmoney Lewis

“Remember,” Sammy Adams

“07:41,” Still Parade

“Blood (Mute Studio Session),” Algiers

“Running Out,” Matoma & Astrid S

“Stay,” Kygo feat. Maty Noyes

“Azimuth,” Primitive World

“Livin’ the Dream,” Drake White

“White Christmas,” William Michael Morgan

“Can’t Understand,” METZ

“Victoria,” The Dramatics Featuring Willie Ford

“4 Degrees,” ANOHNI

“Bandita,” Lucky Scars

“Save the World,” Ghost

“Tell It All,” Bossie

“Mysterious Fruit,” Bunty

“It’s Christmas,” Daniel Martin Moore

“Flame,” Lexis

“Arizona,” Memoryhouse

“Q-Type,” Primitive World

“Love Right Next To You,” Karina

“GreenLight Go!,” Elephant 12

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