If you were caught up in the start of fall, you may have missed the best songs that came out last week. With the weather changing, you probably haven’t had a chance to listen to much, so we’re here to catch you up real quick. This week, we’re featuring new tracks from VÉRITÉ, Aubrie Sellers, LOLO, Regina Spektor and MAIZE.
Covers aren’t always easy to nail, but VÉRITÉ does it flawlessly with her the 1975 cover. It’s dark and mysterious, which suits the singer-songwriter well.
With little bit of country and rock ‘n’ roll, Aubrie Sellers slays “Magazines.” The song is a bunch of unrealistic expectations and headlines—something Sellers throws back at listeners with sass.
LOLO sure knows how to harmonize. “The Courtyard” feels like a hymn, but has the roots of a pop song, so we’re definitely into it.
Every time Regina Spektor sings it feels like it belongs in a black and white movie. Imagine strolling through a park or watching your life pass by and you’ll get the vibe of this song.
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If this song gives you Gorillaz and Moby vibes, you’re not alone. It’s spacey in the best way possible.