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New Music Friday: The 1975, YUNGBLUD, The Killers, and more

Posted on April 24, 2020

How are you staying busy at home? Our best guess is you’re baking, you’re tiktoking, you’re probably singing, maybe you’re painting, and hopefully, you’re getting some school or work done in the midst of all that. Whatever it is, we have made the perfect playlist to make your days that much better!

“If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)” by The 1975

Another pre-release and we’re eager as ever to get that full album! If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know) comes with Matty’s soft, feel-good vocals and a perfect rhythm from the band that will have you ready to dance it out. And the video is basically a concert in your own home, in black and white with a sweet view of the whole band.

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“Oh, What A World 2.0 (Earth Day Edition)” by Kacey Musgraves

Dedicated to our planet and the heroes fighting on the frontlines of this global pandemic comes an ever so dreamy version of a Golden Hour favourite. Oh, What a World 2.0 (Earth Day Edition) celebrates the magic our world embodies, the healing the earth is experiencing right now, and the beauty of humans. Kacey uses this song as a moment of acknowledgement to nature and sheds light on the human compassion and renewal that has become a necessity during these times. It is a Medal of Honour to humanity and a melody to soothe your soul.

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“Weird!” by YUNGBLUD

A mood of uncertainty is what Weird! brings on, a mood that we can all relate to right now. The single is driven by an electric rhythm and YUNGBLUD’S soulful vocals. A track that pictures the rest of his life, everything he has seen and everything he will see, thoughts about what’s right and what’s wrong and learning to celebrate it all – with hopes that you can too.

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“Close” by Jade Eagleson

A special piece of his heart comes along with this new track. Close is about the love that changes your world, the love that compares to absolutely nothing. Written to remind listeners of the person their closest to or that special someone they will meet in the future. The new single will be performed on ET Canada on April 24th at 7:30pm ET for The CCMA Foundation’s event, Canada Together: In Concert Presented by TD. The event supports COVID19 relief efforts.

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“All In” by Lil Baby

All In comes just before the release of the deluxe version of the #1 charting album My Turn. The single comes with an expensive video, tight verses, and crisp rhythms. Reaching more than 13 billion total career streams, My Turn (Deluxe) will feature 6 new tracks and push Lil Baby right back to the charts.

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“Fire In Bone” by The Killers

Off their upcoming album Imploding The Mirage, comes a new track “Fire In Bone”, a single of perfectly layered melodies and vocals that make you want to sing as loud as you can. Like a light after the dark, Imploding Mirage is about eternal love, moving through hardships, and the strength between families and friendships. You’ll want to be sure to pre-order the album here.

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There’s no way we could have covered all the killer tracks that you’re going to be jamming to until next New Music Friday. Tell us what else you’re listening to here. Stay safe, wash your hands, and sing your heart out.