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10 Cool New Pop Songs – Billboard

In search of some motivation to assist energy you thru the beginning of one other work week? We really feel you, and with some stellar new pop tunes, we have got you coated.

These 10 tracks from artists together with Mimi Webb, Gracie Abrams, Temples, M83 and extra will get you energized to tackle the week. Pop any of those gems into your private playlists — or scroll to the top of the submit for a customized playlist of all 10.

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Mimi Webb, “Pink Flags”

The energetic “Pink Flags” is the most recent style from pop singer Mimi Webb off her upcoming debut album, Amelia, out this March. Taking a web page from Dua Lipa’s “New Guidelines,” right here Webb cleverly counts the assorted levels of crimson flag sightings whereas courting — although when she makes them sound this good, it is easy to grasp why, as she says, “I preserve runnin’ via these crimson flags.” –Lyndsey Havens

Hemlocke Springs, “Stranger Hazard”

Identified for her TikTok hit “Girlfriend,” the most recent from various singer-songwriter Hemlocke Springs (the stage identify of Isimeme Udu) is simply as completely quirky and catchy. Constructed round a creeping beat to drive residence the track’s title, “Stranger Hazard” exists in the identical universe as Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ Sizzling 100 hit “Unholy”… barely eerie but totally attractive. – LH

Freya Ridings, “Weekends”

“Weekends” opens with Freya Ridings’ instantly recognizable tone because the English singer-songwriter declares: “I do not actually have pals, do not exit on weekends.” However, like all good pop ballad, the sparse and somber lyrics are quickly supported by glimmering, dancefloor-ready manufacturing. And but, the disappointment she sings of continues to be felt — making “Weekends” an ideal addition to any crying within the membership combine. – LH

Blake Rose, “Use Me”

Rising pop artist Blake Rose confidently instructs the topic of his newest track to “use me” — a courting fake pas that always occurs however is never welcomed. The pop-rock track flips the script on self-empowerment anthems, as Rose decides for himself that being utilized by the particular person he needs is healthier than not being with them in any respect. —LH

Gracie Abrams, “The place Do We Go Now?”

Gracie Abrams rigorously considers every lyric on new single “The place Do We Go Now?,” every phrase about an imperfect romance escaping her mouth with the utmost warning earlier than she throws her fingers up and repeats the titular phrase on the refrain. With Aaron Dessner’s manufacturing of ella delicately burning beneath her, Abrams demonstrates a magnetic restraint right here — she’s simply getting began, however her efficiency of ella on “The place Do We Go Now?” is sensible past her years of her. –Jason Lipshutz

Jessie Murph, “About You”

Accusations, rhetorical questions, pissed-off instructions and threats of revenge — they’re all a part of the poisonous internet that Jessie Murph weaves on “About You,” a pop track simmering with frustrations and flirting with hip-hop cadences. Murph flaunts her ability set de ella whereas attempting to flee a fractured actuality, and though among the photographs hit tougher than others, the singsong refrain lands with the proper mix of hooks and resignation. –J. Lipshutz

Vagabon, “Carpenter”

On her first piece of recent music since Vagabon’s 2019 self-titled album, singer-songwriter Laetitia Tamko places in a bid for probably the most hypnotic single of 2023’s first body: “Carpenter” combines handclaps, slippery bass, polyrhythms and beckoning harmonies into a luxurious combine that whizzes by in three minutes and alter. And as Tamko sings about recognizing, then subsequently overwhelming, private hindrances, “Carpenter” means that the promising indie artist is ready for a significant 2023. –J. Lipshutz

Ber, “Your Web Sucks”

Minnesota singer-songwriter Ber (no, it is not a play on the state’s sub-zero temps — her identify is Berit Dybing) continues to impress along with her newest single, “Your Web Sucks.” A charmingly petty diss monitor aimed toward an ex in London (she studied music within the UK), “Sucks” soars due to an insistent, light rhythm, fuzzy guitar thrives and delightfully mean-spirited lyrics (“If you happen to’re consuming espresso, I hope that you just burn your lips on the cup / And once you’re taking part in Fortnite, I hope that your Web sucks”). – J.Lynch

Temples, “Gamma Rays”

English psych-rockers tease an upcoming fourth album with new single “Gamma Rays,” a muscular but impish journey into outer house through the lens of A Saucerful of Secrets and techniques-it was Floyd. Fittingly, it clocks it an 4:20, and appears ready-made for an outside pageant. – J.Lynch

M83, “Oceans Niagara”

On newest single “Oceans Niagara,” M83 frontman Anthony Gonzalez goes again to his shoegaze and dream pop roots. A real return to kind and the primary official style of the group’s forthcoming album Fantasy, the track dabbles in each reside and synth-driven instrumentation, with Gonzalez’ voice uplifting the atmospheric – and closely nostalgic – monitor. – Starr Bowenbank

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