It's almost weekend, time for some brand new Tracks Of The Week

It's almost weekend, the sun is out, the perfect moment to amplify your Friday afternoon. Just hit the play button for some fresh new Tracks Of The Week.
 

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Call Out My Name - The Weeknd
After a short period of teasing, The Weeknd finally droppes his new EP My Dear Melancholy,. 'Call Out My Name' is the first song and finds The Weeknd returning to the darkened drug sounds of his earlier work, while he sings about broken romances.

Rescue Me - Thirty Seconds To Mars
Thirty Seconds To Mars have shared another song from their upcoming album. Although 'Rescue Me' still has its guitar riffs and ripping lead sound, you can hear the band taking a further step into the electronic scene.

Push Back - Ne-Yo, Bebe Rexa, Stefflon Don
Together with Bebe Rexha and rising rapper Stefflon DonNe-Yo released ‘Push Back’. It looks like the urban R&B singer is doing it a bit differently. The track's dancehall vibe combined with Ne-Yo's calm voice, give us that party island feeling.

Velvet Elvis - Kacey Musgraves
'Velvet Elvis' is one of the most outstanding album tracks from Musgrave’s new record. The song shows flashes of pop, but also has a classic rock, disco, vibe. It shows Musgraves’ willingness to go against the grain creatively while making something comfortably familiar.

Pedestal - Bipolar Sunshine
After his 2016 hit Whole HeartBipolar Sunshine releases ‘Pedestal’. His raw voice blends nicely with the track's house beat, organ, and synthesizers.

Deadbody - Miya Folick
After her 2017 EP Give It To MeMiya Folick releases 'Deadbody'. The powerful song is calling for revenge against all men who hurt women.The track builds up to a towering chorus where Folick shows her capacious voice with booming drums backing her up. Pure power!