New songs

Published on April 15th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault


New Songs: P!nk, Meghan Trainor, DJ Shadow, etc.

If you buy these songs, your life will be better, your life will be better, if you buy, if you buy, if you buy … it’ll be fab fab fab fab fab fabulous.

In this week’s batch of new songs, we’ve got P!nk’s first new tune in three years, The Flaming Lips cover a Bowie classic and we’ve got the return of ABC, Flamin’ Groovies, Roxette and Tevin Campbell.

Get the party started …

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

“Just Like Fire” (From the Original Motion Picture “Alice Through The Looking Glass”), P!nk

“I Love Me,” Meghan Trainor feat. LunchMoney Lewis

“The Mountain Will Fall,” DJ Shadow

“Space Oddity,” The Flaming Lips

“Wicked,” Future

“Ain’t No Man,” The Avett Brothers

“What the Hell Did I Say,” Dierks Bentley

“Strive,” A$AP Ferg feat. Missy Elliott

“Stay With Me Baby” from “Vinyl (Music from the HBO Original Series, Vol. 1”), Chris Cornell

“Cassidy,” Brett Dennen

“Look Alive,” Rae Sremmurd

“Viva Love,” ABC

“Amerika,” Young The Giant

“For the Love,” Chinx feat. Meet Sims

“Crazy Macy / Let Me Rock,” Flamin’ Groovies

“Fall Together,” The Temper Trap

“I Remember,” AlunaGeorge

“Run Away With Me (Remixes Part Two),” Carly Rae Jepsen

“When You Love Someone,” James TW

“It Just Happens,” Roxette

“Tilted (Remixes),” Christine and the Queens

“Devices,” The Honeydogs

“Open Door,” We Are the Catalyst

“Nutshell,” Phife

“Take It From Me,” Kongos

“Emily Taught Me to Fly,” Lemongrass

“How About I Be Me?,” Sinead O’Connor

“Pretty Pictures,” Jack Rose

“All My Friends,” Snakehips feat. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper

“5 Minutes,” K Camp

“I Decide,” The Julie Ruin

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“Safer on the Ground,” Tevin Campbell

“For What It’s Worth,” FKi 1st & NJOMZA

“She’s In Love With the Weekend,” Jodie Abacus

“Talking In Your Sleep,” Gallant

“Imperfect Me,” Boyce Avenue

“Liquor Store,” Eric Sardinas

“All the Burning Lovers,” Isaac Gracie

“No Longer Slaves,” I Am They

“Co-Dependent’s Day,” The Everymen

“Graduate,” Handsome Ghost

“Blistering Heat,” The Megaphonic Thrift

“Lovesick,” Jacob Whitesides

“Oh My God,” KlarKent

“Awkward Waltz,” Acapulco Lips

“(Stop) Just Love,” Us The Duo

“Molly Blooms,” Coldfront

“Shape,” Winterbourne

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“Double Down,” Moxie Kicks

“Wake Wait,” The White Raven

“Storm Maker,” Troller

“Just a Game,” Jay Tee feat. Young Dru

“What a Time to Be Alive,” Leo Skywell

“Cola Boyys,” Magic Potion

“Fire Alarm,” Glowinthedark feat. Alicia Madison

“Crazy,” Lido

“Good,” Layne

“Who in the World,” Sharon Musgrave

“Tell Me,” Puro Instinct

“Drunk,” Eskimeaux

“January,” Jonathan Cavier

“Fall for Me,” Secret Arcade

“Television,” Bunji Garlin

“How Could You Believe That,” Meredith

“Pay,” Ramsey

“Pimp Hustle and Never Trick,” Ebone East

“Born,” Sharn

“A Week Ago,” Will Stewart

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