New songs

Published on May 13th, 2016 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: The Stone Roses, OneRepublic, etc.

This is a momentous occasion: a new Stone Roses song … “All For One” is their first single in 21 years. They’re back, and that’s exciting (at least to me).

The song is catchy, the lyrics are simple and guitarist John Squire is superb as usual. If the rest of their long-awaited album sounds like this, their legacy will be in fine shape.

It leads this week’s compilation of New Songs. Happy #NewMusicFriday, indeed.

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

“All For One,” The Stone Roses

“Catch the Blues,” Eric Clapton

“Wherever I Go,” OneRepublic

“Kern River Blues,” Merle Haggard … his final song, recorded in February

“Float,” Switchfoot

“Hymn For the Weekend (SeeB Remix),” Coldplay

“Joyride (Omen),” Chevelle

“No Romeo No Juliet,” 50 Cent

“Hometown Girl,” Josh Turner

“Old Skool,” Metronomy

“Chainsaw,” Nick Jonas

“All Night,” Juicy J & Wiz Khalifa

“Just Got Paid,” Gov’t Mule

“Without a Fight,” Brad Paisley feat. Demi Lovato

“Indian Summer,” AIR

“God’s Grace,” Angie Stone

“Black,” Dierks Bentley

“THat Part,” Schoolboy Q

“Survive,” Mistah FAB feat. Kendrick Lamar, Crooked I & Kobe Honeycutt

“Angels On My Side,” Rick Astley

“Three Kids No Husband,” Brandy Clark

“Summer Rain,” Blitzen Trapper

“Wake Up,” Dawn Richard

“Zanzibar,” Belly feat. Juicy J

“Life Changes,” Good Charlotte

“Warning Call,” CHVRCHES

“Glasgow,” Catfish and the Bottlemen

“L.A. Woman,” Frankie Ballard

“Broken Record,” Krewella

“Rich,” Maren Morris

“A Little Rain (A Song For Pete),” Arkells

“I’m So Humble,” The Lonely Island feat. Adam Levine

“The Lemon Song,” Train

“All Blue,” Luke Bell

“Windows,” Atmosphere feat. Prof

“Sunshine,” Eric Benét

“Easy Lover,” Great Good Fine OK and Panama Wedding

“Phoenix,” Olivia Holt

“Party Line,” MSTRKRFT

“Undone,” Joe Nichols

“Let Go,” Dive In

“Afraid of Heights,” Billy Talent

“Final Song,”

“Gucci Comin’ Home,” Bia

“Where I Belong,” Kongos

“Phenomenal Woman (Remixes),” Laura Mvula

“Let It Roll,” Ladyhawke

“Bing Bong,” Super Furry Animals

“At Night (I Think About You),” MNEK

“Too Much To Dream,” Allie X

“I Can’t Make You Love Me/Immigrant Song,” SOAK.

“What You Want,” Tenth Avenue North

“Reluctantly Dead,” letlive.

“If You Ever Wanna Change Your Mind,” Sally Shapiro

“Special Education,” Turbonegro

“California’s Callin’ Ya/ Nature Boy,” The Explorers Club

“Last Thing I Wanted,” Richard Marx

“Dear Life,” Delta Goodrem

“Hurtin,” Loverboy

“Isn’t It True,” Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions

“Give In to Me,” Letters from the Fire

“That’s All I Need,” Dirty Heads

“Starglue Sniffer,” Black Space Riders

“Finally Home,” Bryan White

“Like the Wind,” Feral Love

“Give It Up,” Róisín O

“Take That,” CRUISR

“Breaking Down All Borders,” SIR REG

“Visions,” R3LL & Alizzz

“Airy Canary,” Violet Sands

“Read Me Wrong,” Imperial State Electric

“Without You,” Chaz Robinson

“Terrified,” Jason Reeves

“Nicole,” Louis Berry

“Some More,” Bryson Green

“Model T,” Lexi Baker

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