Overwhelmed by all the new music coming out? Here is a selection of our favorite tracks released this week, from emerging to most established artists, this is your weekly soundtrack!

Troye Sivan – One of your girls

For the release of this highly anticipated third album “Something to Give Each Other”, Troye Sivan reveals the music video of which seems to be his favorite track of the record “One Of Your Girls”. Directed by Gordon von Steiner, who is behind “Rush” and “Got Me Started” music video, we discover a féminin version of Sivan trying to seduce actor and musician Ross Lynch.

Lamarre – Corps accord

Make sure to keep an eye open for this young talent. Lamarre is the new pop-R’n’B romantic French sensation who seduced us this summer with his track “Sombre Décor”. His upcoming EP is getting out in November and to promote this, he just dropped his new track “Corps Accord” and it might be your new favorite honey tune.

Kamal, Sie – kerosene

Some fresh news of North-West London hailing musician Kamal who is back with his new single “Kerosene”. Written by Kamal. and featuring Sie, the new single speaks on burn out culture and how the youth of today are stuck in a bitter cycle of loneliness, whilst simultaneously suffocating from extreme exposure to social media. Produced by Jonny Coffer (Beyoncé, FKA Twigs) and Kamal.’s long-term collaborator J Moon, the single lands alongside a dystopian video, shot in Las Vegas by Kamal. himself, and visual artist Detroit Dyer Miller (Ice Spice, Gunna).

Ant Saunders – White noise

Continuing to make waves worldwide, platinum-certified critically acclaimed rising R&B phenom Ant Saunders returns with a brand new single entitled “White Noise” out now via Arista Records. It notably marks his first release of 2023 and it’s produced by Medasin. Last year, Ant dropped the fan favorite “Camaro” and lent his instantly recognizable croon to Paige’s “Miles Away”. The latter piled up 1.9 million Spotify streams in addition to notching critical acclaim.

Charli XCX & Sam Smith – In the city

Following the unexpected success of her Barbie track “Speed Drive” this summer, Charli XCX is back with a new track produced by longtime collabor A. G. Cook as well as Ilya Omer. “In the city” features our lovely UK queer iconic musician Sam Smith and it’s all about enjoying a friendship late at night, which for Charli XCX means: partying all night long.

Alfie Sharp – Wasted

Rising soul-star Alfie Sharp just released his new single “Wasted” and it’s an ode to his hometown in Nottingham. Sharp explained that “‘Wasted” is my love letter to Nottingham. It’s these people and this place that made me who I am today. It’s about taking solace in bad vices, realizing mistakes, and not beating yourself up for it.” Growing up in Clifton, a council estate in Nottingham, Alfie understands the connotations of ‘crime and poverty’ that come with his home, but the singer-songwriter attributes community, close family, and love in his upbringing, something you can hear in his mature, velvet vocals, for an artist so young.

Jordan Adetunji – Decay

Rising Belfast artist Jordan Adetunji reveals his new mixtape “ROCK ‘N’ RAVE” alongside the new single “Decay”. The nine-track mixtape opens doors into Jordan’s progressive sound and psyche, showcasing the full scale of his forward-thinking artistry. From the heavy beats of “Things You Do” to themes of attachment in his previous single “Can’t Lose”, as well as diving into introspection and displaying his rapping abilities on his new tracks’, Jordan’s debut body of work fires on all cylinders.

Blowsom- How strange?

For his upcoming first album, Blowsom invites us in his garden, specifically in his plastic swimming pool to reveal a new single “How Strange?”. It’s an addictive indie-pop track that seems to predict an interesting first LP, coming out in 2024. For the most curious ones, he will be live in Paris on November 22.