So many artists, so little time. Each week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie,” and talk about what metal is coming out. We post music news, show recaps, track premieres, and more all day. That includes a lot of tour announcements, a list of tonight’s NYC shows, and NY shows that just went on sale. We publish a monthly playlist of some of our favorite tracks. Here’s a daily roundup with a bunch of interesting, newly released songs in one place…

BEST COAST - "EVERYTHING HAS CHANGED"

Best Coast are back with new album Always Tomorrow on February 21 and they've just shared new crunchy, riff-rocking new single "Everything Has Changed" and its video. Bethany Cosentino says the song came out of a long spell of writer's block. "One day, I locked myself in my closet and I forced myself to write, and out came 'Everything Has Changed.' The song was like a vision of life I wished I was living; ultimately, that song was prophetic -- describing the life I would soon be living. Always Tomorrow is the story of where I was and where I am now, as well as the struggles I am still learning to identify and figure out.” The video, directed by Ryan Baxley, puts Bethany as host of a '70s TV game show.

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DAVID BOWIE - "I CAN'T READ '97"

There's a posthumous David Bowie EP, titled Is It Any Wonder?, coming out in February featuring six unreleased archival tracks that will be shared one by one over the next few weeks. One of those is "I Can't Read '97," which was originally a song by Bowie's hard rock group Tin Machine which Bowie re-recorded during the Earthling sessions and was used in Ang Lee's film The Ice Storm. The video features footage director Tim Pope shot in Hartford, CT in 1997.

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VANESSA CARLTON - "THE ONLY WAY TO LOVE"

Earlier this week, Vanessa Carlton announced that she'd go on her first full-band tour in 15 years in support of her upcoming Dave Fridmann-produced album Love Is An Art, and today she revealed the artwork, tracklist, pre-order, and release date (March 27 via Dine Alone), and put out the second single, "The Only Way To Love." It's a sweeping, indie singer/songwriter ballad and another promising taste of this LP.

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HOLY FAWN - THE BLACK MOON EP

Last year, Holy Fawn signed to Triple Crown after stirring up buzz for their Whelmed Records-released 2018 debut album Death Spells, and now they're gearing up for a tour with Thrice, mewithoutYou, and Drug Church and just put out their first new release since teaming with Triple Crown, the three-song The Black Moon EP. It was produced by the great Matt Bayles (Minus the Bear, Isis, Mastodon, Foxing), and it's a gorgeous, vocal-oriented, heavy post-rock EP that defies easy categorization.

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JID, EARTHGANG & VINCE STAPLES - "UP UP AWAY"

Dreamville put out the deluxe edition of Revenge of the Dreamers III today, and one major highlight is this song where Vince Staples joins Dreamville JID and EarthGang. Vince has been busy lately, but it's been a minute since we've heard him go this hard.

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CHASSOL - "SAVANA, CÉLINE, AYA, PT.1 & 2"

French composer and Solange collaborator Chassol will release Ludi, on March 6 via Tricatel. Inspired by the novel The Glass Bead Game by German author Hermann Hesse, Ludi is like much of his work, both a film and an album, created by shooting documentary footage of real people which he then edits and manipulates to make musical, adding instrumentation as well. It's easier to watch then to describe and you can check out "Savana, Céline, Aya, Pt.1 & 2" which uses childrens playground games as the basis for the song.

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2 CHAINZ & FUTURE - "DEAD MAN WALKING"

2 Chainz (who released one of last year's best rap albums and Future (who's fresh off a new world-dominating Drake collab) have come together for the moody "Dead Man Walking."

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EMPRESS OF - "CALL ME"

The star-studded soundtrack to The Turning comes out later this month, and so far we've heard tracks off of it from Courtney Love and Soccer Mommy. Here's another, a dream poppy song that Lorely Rodriguez wrote with sountrack producers Yves and Lawrence Rothman.

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POLO G & LIL TJAY - "FIRST PLACE"

Polo G and Lil Tjay are two of the most hyped singer-rappers at the moment, and they've put their heads together for this new song.

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LEE FIELDS & THE EXPRESSIONS - "REGENERATE"

Lee Fields & The Expressions released It Rains Love last year, and now they've shared new track "Regenerate," which was pulled from the Big Crown vaults. "It comes from the heart and as always, I hope its meaning travels from my heart directly to yours," Lee says.

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RINA SAWAYAMA - "COMME DES GARCONS (LIKE THE BOYS)"

Rina Sawayama announced her debut LP on Dirty Hit, and shared another new single from it, "Comme Des Garcons (Like The Boys)," which we wrote more about here.

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BRIAN FALLON - "21 DAYS"

Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon has debuted an atmospheric, tender ballad from his upcoming solo album Local Honey.

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ROYCE DA 5'9" - "OVERCOMER" (ft. WESTSIDE GUNN)

Not only did Eminem release a surprise new album today that includes three songs featuring longtime associate Royce Da 5'9", Royce debuted a new single off his upcoming album The Allegory which features Westside Gunn of the Shady Records-signed Griselda crew and takes shots at former Shady artist Yelawolf. The Allegory drops next week, and it also features Em, all three Griselda members, G Perico, YBN Cordae, and more.

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DVSN - "A MUSE"

Drake-affiliated R&B duo dvsn are back with a characteristically melancholic new jam.

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GREAT AMERICAN GHOST - "ALTAR OF SNAKES"

Rising Boston hardcore/metalcore band Great American Ghost debuted "Altar of Snakes" from their upcoming new album Power Through Terror today, and like the first single, it's stupid fun mosh-fuel with just hint of a poppier side.

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ENVY - "A FAINT NEW WORLD"

Japanese screamo greats Envy have shared another track from their anticipated first album in five years, The Fallen Crimson, and you can read more about it here.

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HUMAN IMPACT (UNSANE, SWANS) - "E605"

Human Impact, the new band of Unsane frontman Chris Spencer with members of Swans and Cop Shoot Cop, have debuted a second single off their self-titled debut album, and you can read more about it here.

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HIGHER POWER - "LOST IN STATIC"

UK band Higher Power's highly anticipated sophomore album will finally arrive next week (1/24) via Roadrunner, and they've now shared a third single from it and it's one of the catchiest songs they've released yet. "Lost In Static" sees them taking the hardcore energy of their earlier work and applying it to big, hooky, shoegaze-indebted alt-rock that fans of anything from Smashing Pumpkins to Deftones to Title Fight are not gonna wanna sleep on. Read more here.

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THE GRIEVANCE CLUB - "MARATHON"

The Grievance Club (who share a member with The Sonder Bombs) make crisp, polished pop punk with a little emo melancholy and post-hardcore grit, and fans of stuff like The Wonder Years should check out their new single that you can read more about here.

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Looking for even more new songs? Browse the ‘New Songs’ archive.