All the New Music You Need to Listen to Right Now

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by Macy Alcaraz   |  Jun 16, 2017
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Thank God it's Friday! And lucky us, we've got a bunch of new music to listen to this weekend. Check out all the newly-released tunes that will fit right into your weekend soundtrack. 

Lorde's Melodrama

Ella Yelich-O'Connor's sophomore album comes 3 years after she released her debut record. This time around, she collaborated with Jack Antonoff of fun. and Bleachers, who is incidentally also part of Taylor Swift's tight circle of ~talented~ friends.

Stars' Privilege/We Called It Love

The band that has written many a breakup anthem like no other (hear: "You Ex-Lover Is Dead") is back with new music. They've released two new tracks off the new album and we think "We Called It Love" will be on repeat especially on gloomy, rainy nights when we're feeling the feels.

Phoenix's Ti Amo

Do we ever really say "Goodbye Soleil" in a tropical country? That's why we think the French indie band's new album will fit right into our road trip playlists. Or if you're Team Bahay, it's also the perfect sound to chill to. Want to hear these tracks live? Catch them when they come back to Manila this August!

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Angelina Cruz's "Sumilong Ka"

"Sumilong Ka" is Angelina's first single. If you fell in love with her "Can't Help Falling in Love" rendition, which was also released on Spotify not too long ago, you'll love this one. We can't wait to watch the music video this Sunday!

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When she's not busy online, she's in the kitchen on a mission to make the world a better place one bite at a time.
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