New songs

Published on June 17th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Peter Gabriel, twenty one pilots, etc.

It’s not often we get a new Peter Gabriel song, so this is something to celebrate: “I’m Amazing,” inspired by the life achievements and struggles of Muhammad Ali. Gabriel had written it a few years ago and let it sit for a while … till now.

“At the time of (Ali’s) death, when so many people are celebrating his life and thinking about all he achieved, it seemed the right time to release it,” Gabriel told Rolling Stone.

It’s the first new track from Gabriel since “Why Don’t You Show Yourself” from his 2013 film “Back to Front: Live in London.”

In these difficult times, we are all amazing. Stay strong, people.

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

“I’m Amazing,” Peter Gabriel

“Heathens” (from the film “Suicide Squad”), twenty one pilots

“Champions,” 2 Chainz and Big Sean and Desiigner and Gucci Mane and Kanye West and Quavo and Travi$ Scott and Yo Gotti

“Better Love” (from the film “The Legend of Tarzan”), Hozier

“Good Grief,” Bastille

“This Is What You Came For (Remixes),” Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna

“Parachute,” Kaiser Chiefs

“My Father,” Pete Yorn

“For Free,” DJ Khaled feat. Drake

“1000x,” Jarryd James feat. Broods

“Flexicution,” Logic

“Moog For Love,” Disclosure

“All I Ever Wonder,” St. Paul & The Broken Bones

“Hope You Understand,” Grace

“Mamacita,” Tinie Tempah feat. Wizkid

“You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” Phantogram

“Killer Road,” Soundwalk Collective with Jesse Paris Smith featuring Patti Smith

“Broken Drum,” Cash Cash feat. Fitz of Fitz and the Tantrums

“Used Too,” Rebel

“Are We Ready? (Wreck),” Two Door Cinema Club

“We Gon Ride,” Dreezy feat. Gucci Mane

“Anxiety,” Preoccupations

“Sleepy Lagoon,” Carl Broemel (of My Morning Jacket)

“Where You Been,” Wash feat. Kevin Gates

“Hendrix,” Wyclef Jean

“No English,” Juicy J feat. Travi$ Scott

“Chariots,” Paper Route

“I Got You,” Shaggy feat. Jovi Rockwell

“La Lune,” Billie Marten

“Ain’t No Stopping Us Now,” Kane Brown

“Summer Nights,” Tiësto feat. John Legend

“Beggars,” Mainland

“Different,” Shirazee

“Burying the Sun,” Ryan Hemsworth

“Acid Rainbow,” Sweat

“Flowerchild,” Coleman Hell

“Spoken Word,” Chase and Status

“Lights Down Low,” Jessie James Decker

“Somebody’s Love,” Passenger

“That Ain’t Country,” Aaron Lewis

“1 of 1,” Tyga

“My Hometown,” The BoDeans (benefiting the Milwaukee Historical Society)

“All About Tonight,” Fourever1

“I Love You Always Forever,” Betty Who

“Fever Run,” Best of Friends

“Pluto,” Betty Idol

“Pressure,” Effie

“Je t’aime par toute l’éternité,” Roberto Sass & Sara Brito

“Go Away,” Mitch L. Hennessy

“Blue Deep,” Echoes

“West Coast,” Pretty Sister

“Echo,” The Last Exposure

“Childhood,” Teddy & the Love Gang

“Mr Losemore,” The Talentless

“Icicles,” Jasmine Rodgers

“Levees,” Virsces

“Run,” Young Vincent

“Always,” Comradery

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