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Now that new music comes out every Friday – but not always on every streaming service – it can be hard to know where to find the next great song.
To help you out, Business Insider compiled this rundown of the best new music you can stream right now.
Note: Some songs contain NSFW language.
HONNE — “Til The Evening”
“Til The Evening” – the lead single from British electro-soul group Honne’s debut full-length album, “Warm On A Cold Night” – plays to the duo’s strengths with a pleasant cascade of synths and a soaring chorus. The whole album is worth checking out.
Regina Spektor — ‘Bleeding Heart’
The first single in four years from singer-songwriter Regina Spektor, “Bleeding Heart” combines Spektor’s eclectic lyrical approach with an atypically upbeat pop sound. The result is one of the most accessible songs of her career.
PARTYNEXTDOOR — ‘Not Nice’
PARTYNEXTDOOR’s influence on Drake’s music over the past few years has been unmistakable. “Not Nice,” the latest single from PARTYNEXTDOOR’s upcoming third album, sounds like a “One Dance”-style hit with an even heavier Caribbean groove.
Super Duper — ‘Angela’
Nashville-based producer Super Duper mixes lush electronic sounds with an entrancing batch of soulful vocal samples on this bright and propulsive new track.
Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam — ‘A 1000 Times’
The Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser and former Vampire Weekend mastermind Rostam Batmanglij join forces on “A 1000 Times,” the stunning first single from the duo’s upcoming album. Backed by Batmanglij’s typically stellar organ, drum, and guitar work, Leithauser puts in a remarkable, shout-inflected vocal performance.