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Hozier – “Too Sweet”

Seven months after releasing his third full-length album, Hozier’s four-song EP, “Unheard”, is out. It dives further into his creative interpretation of Dante’s Inferno and the nine circles of hell. He said if this song had made it onto “Unreal Unearth”, it would’ve been placed inside the third circle, “gluttony”.

Brigette Calls Me Baby – “Eddie My Love”

The Chicago-based indie band released their debut EP last November. “Eddie My Love” is a painful telling of obsession and despair. The band plays the Holocene on April 19th.

Teddy Swims – “The Door”

Teddy Swim’s follow-up to “Lose Control” might, dare we say, be even better than his first single. Both come from his debut album, “I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy, Part 1”, and we can’t wait to see what’s next.

Gary Clark Jr feat. Stevie Wonder – “What About The Children”

Gary Clark Jr’s latest album “PEG RAW” (an acronym for Jealousy, Pride, Envy, Greed … Rules Alter Ego, Worlds) is being described as a genre-defying album. It features a number of guest collaborators including George Clinton, Valerie June, and, on this song, Stevie Wonder.

The Marias – “Run Your Mouth”

The LA band’s second album, “Submarine”, is out this spring and they just release the first song from it. Maria Zardoya co-wrote the song with bandmate Josh Conway, and said, “There’s no other song on the album like it, hope you dance to this one.”

Lake Street Dive – “Good Together”

“Good Together” is the band’s 8th album and the title track is the first song to be released. The band has described this latest album as “joyful rebellion”, an effort to bridge social division and soothe our distress with focused enthusiasm. The album will be released on June 21st and the band will play at Edgefield on August 2nd.

Norah Jones – “Running”

The title of her 9th studio album came about because a lot of the ideas for the songs came in the middle of the night or right before she fell asleep. She performs August 1st at The Cuthbert Amphitheater in Eugene.

Catfish And The Bottlemen – “Showtime”

Fans of the British band have waited five years for new music and the band has delivered with “Showtime”. CATB also announced their first headline shows since 2021. Unfortunately for fans around here, the band is skipping the PNW this time around.

Liam Gallagher & John Squire – “Mars to Liverpool”

Liam Gallagher and John Squire have teamed up for a collaborative album aptly titled titled, “Liam Gallagher & John Squire”. The Oasis vocalist  and former guitarist of Stone Roses will also go out on a short European tour.

The Black Crowes – “Wanting and Waiting”

It’s been 15 years since the band released a full-length album and here they come with “Happiness Bastards”. Chris Robinson calls it “our love letter to rock ‘n’ roll”.

Kings of Leon – “Mustang”

We’re a few months away from the band’s new album, “Can We Please Have Fun” (May 10th) and they not only released this song but they also announced a North American tour that brings them to Portland August 28th.

The Decemberists – “Burial Ground”

It’s the first new song in six years from the Portland band and it features James Mercer from The Shins. They haven’t announced a new album but they are touring, stopping at Edgefield on August 3

Benson Boone – “Beautiful Things”

Boone sings about the meaning of life in his new song. The Washington native started teasing it on social media in December where “Beautiful Things” garnered over 130 million views before its release in January.

Pete Yorn – “Someday Someday”

Yorn followed up his acting debut on Martin Scorcese’s “Killer of the Flower Moon” with this new song.

X Ambassadors – “No Strings”

The band just announced their new album “Townie” and with it, shared this new song. The new album takes them back to Ithaca, NY, both physically and lyrically.

Michael Marcagi – “Scared to Start”

He’s the former front man of the band Heavy Hours, Marcagi previewed this song on TikTok in November, after which the song was used in over 70,000 videos on the platform.

Cage The Elephant – “Neon Pill”

It’s been five years since the band released the album, “Social Cues” and the Kentucky natives finally have a new song out called, “Neon Pill”. There’s no word on when a new album from the band will be released.

Bakar – “Alive”

One of the UK’s most popular alternative acts has a new song out, “Alive”, is from his second album, “Halo”.

Mumford & Sons with Pharrell Williams – “Good People”

Mumford & Sons are releasing their first album in nearly six years and the first song from it is a collaboration with Pharrell Williams. The song also features the six piece choir, the Native Vocalists. Pharrell talked about the collaboration to GQ, saying “I always thought that their sound was an interesting one and the aesthetic was just as interesting. And I was very curious as to what it would be like to work with them, there was like a snowball effect of curiosity, and if I could even be of added value.”

Black Keys – “Beautiful People”

“Ohio Players”, the new album from The Black Keys is due out April 5th. It’s the first album since 2022 and features Noel Gallagher and Greg Kurstin, along with other artists. “Beautiful People” was written in collaboration with  Beck and Dan the Automater.

Rolling Stones – “Mess It Up”

If you recognize the person in the new video from the Stones it’s because it’s British actor Nicholas Hoult. “Mess It Up” is the latest from the band’s 24th album, “Hackney Diamonds”.

Black Pumas – “Ice Cream (Pay Phone)”

The band’s singer-songwriter Eric Burton wrote this song years ago then worked with bassist Josh Blue in an impromptu session to complete it for their most recent album “Chronicles Of A Diamond”

Billie Eilish – “What Was I Made For”

You may have heard of the movie about a doll that was released last year in theatres. “Barbie the Album” has also been pretty successful, thanks, in part, to this song from Billie Eilish. Eilish has said that this song “means the absolute” world to  her and she hoped it would change lives. It did win a Golden Globe for Best Song this year.

Foo Fighters – “The Glass”

“The Glass” is the latest song to come from the Foo Fighters latest studio album, “But Here We Are”. The band recently performed the song on SNL with H.E.R.

Noah Kahan & Hozier – “Northern Attitude”

This song comes after Noah Kahan performed at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, Tennessee in October.  There, Kahan introduced Hozier mid-“Northern Attitude,” and the two sang the song as a duet. Kahan later teased the upcoming track on social media before releasing this version last month.

Brittany Howard – “What Now”

Here’s what Brittany Howard has to say about the first release from her second solo album: “‘What Now’ is maybe the truest and bluest of all the songs,” Howard said in a statement. “It’s never my design to hurt anyone’s feelings, but I needed to say what was on my mind without editing myself. I like how it’s a song that makes you want to dance, but at the same time the lyrics are brutal.”

Zach Bryan & Lumineers – “Spotless”

Zach Bryan’s latest album features a few collaborations including one with Lumineers frontman Wesley Schultz. His self titled album will be released on October 13.

Noah Kahan – “Dial Drunk”

Noah Kahan co-wrote this song with  another Noah – Noah Levine.  The song came to them after a game of basketball with some friends. It’s about thinking about your ex at a particular moment in time, a bad time, after driving drunk and getting pulled over, using that one phone call to call your ex. A call that she won’t  pick up.

David Kushner “Daylight”

Kushner has had help from platforms like TikTok to get attention for this song, he released a snippet of it in January and three months it was used in more than 230,000 clips on the platform. He also used the song to soundtrack the “you look happier; what happened” trend that he started on the platform; it shows users posting a photo of themselves looking happy, and then cutting to a clip of their partner. He’s going to open for Lewis Capaldi on July 1 in Wales on his Broken By Desire to Be Heavenly Sent Tour.