New songs

Published on July 8th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Shawn Mendes, Toby Keith, etc.

It’s a long, hot summer (in more ways than one) … stay cool with these new songs.

Be safe out there.

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

“Ruin,” Shawn Mendes

“A Few More Cowboys,” Toby Keith

“Olé,” John Newman … penned by Calvin Harris

“Um Chagga Lagga,” Pixies

“Ghost in a Kiss,” Clams Casino feat. Samuel T. Herring

“You Don’t Know Love,” Olly Murs

“We Used To Be In Love,” Clean Cut Kid

“Focus,” Jacob Whitesides

“Dollar Bill,” Phoebe Ryan feat. Kid Ink

“Little Bit More,” Jidenna

“Dancing on My Own (Cassius Remix),” Robyn

“Fountain of Youth,” Local Natives

“Please,” Neon Hitch

“Right Now,” Jeff Beck

“Run (Beautiful Things),” AWOLNATION

“Vienna,” Thom Sonny Green

“My Way,” Tyus

“In My Mind,” Maty Noyes

“Concrete,” Crystal Castles

“Get It All,” GTA & Wax Motif

“Where Are You Now?,” Lady Leshurr feat. Wiley

“Devil in the Sea,” Streets of Laredo

“Ex El,” Twin Atlantic

“Let Love Be (with U),” Kula Shaker

“Not Enough Whiskey,” Kiefer Sutherland

“What About Me,” Isac Elliot

“Rising Water,” James Vincent McMorrow

“Sweat,” Shakecraft & Kamereon

“Hang Out With You,” Mary Lambert

“Get Over It,” Rat Boy

“Not Gonna Let You Walk Away,” LOLO

“Take It Out On Me,” White Lies

“Good Sinner,” Pigeon John

“ILYSM,” Steve Aoki & Autoerotique

“Ran It Up,” Rich The Kid feat. Young Thug

“Moments,” Youthonix feat. Arrow Benjamin

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“Out of Love,” Bell X1

“Fix You,” Matt DeFreitas

“Love Me Better,” Love Thy Brother feat. Ariel Beesley

“Strong,” Annalie Prime

“Under the Cover,” Bad Veins

“Regular,” FHB feat. J.R.

“Torn & Tattered,” Four Star Riot

“B.E.D.,” Jacquees

“Liberate,” Scarlette

“Counting Sheep,” Emma Cook

“All the Rage,” Allie X

“Cool My Rush,” Kiara Nelson

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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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