The 5 best new songs you can stream right now, from the likes of Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Grizzly Bear

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant.
Getty Images

This week, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and LCD Soundsystem both released new singles, and Grizzly Bear put out one of the year’s best albums.

Grizzly Bear — “Aquarian”

Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossen sings ominously of “great disaster” amid a tempestuous swirl of electric guitars on “Aquarian,” a highlight from the indie-rock band’s masterful new LP, “Painted Ruins.”

LCD Soundsystem — “tonite”

LCD Soundsystem singer James Murphy paces and rant-sings through a vocoder about the state of the music industry in the video for “tonite,” an ’80s-inspired synth anthem from the group’s upcoming album, “American Dream.”

KMD — “True Lightyears” (feat. DOOM and Jay Electronica)

DOOM and Jay Electronica, hip hop’s two most notoriously reclusive geniuses, team on “True Lightyears,” an Adult Swim-released single from DOOM’s forthcoming album with his original rap group, KMD.

Lee Ann Womack — “All The Trouble”

Lee Ann Womack’s new single “All The Trouble” finds the country singer channeling blues and soul traditions with sharp instrumentation and a lamenting, vibrato chorus.

Robert Plant — “The May Queen”

Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant announced his upcoming 11th solo album, “Carry Fire,” this week by releasing “The May Queen,” a lively new single enveloped in layers of sitar string work.