Slide into the weekend with the new Tracks Of The Week

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Better Now - Post Malone
After his monster hit 'rockstar', Post Malone released his sophomore album; Beerpongs and Bently’sForbes has announced that Malone’s album has already been certified platinum just 4 days after its release!  On Better Now Malone raps about love and loss, accompanied by a heavenly trap beat.

17 - Lily Moore
Nostalgia and happiness, looking back on your teenage years. That’s Lilly Moore’s ’17’. The British singer-songwriter is just at the start of her career, but she already sounds like she has years of experience. Her beautiful voice accompanied by catchy guitar riffs and a funky drum beat, gives the track a warm, relaxing vibeLily Moore reminds us of singers like Duffy and Amy Winehouse. One to watch!

Brooklyn In The Summer - Aloe Blacc
Aloe Blacc, whom you might still know from his retro hit, I Need A Dollar, released 'Brooklyn In The Summer’, a soulful ballad. With its optimistic piano chordsromantically infused vocalsBlacc is giving us the sound of love. 

How Long Will This Last? - Blossoms
This new release by Blossoms sounds like the classic indie-pop sound of the ’90s, with its instinctive groovebobby beat, and playful synths.
 
Sunsets - Pt. 2 - SG Lewis
A mix of disco, 80’s electronic, and hip-hopSunsets - Pt. 2 of producer SG Lewis has it all. Together with the smooth vocals, this track is perfect for creating the Friday afternoon atmosphere

Queendom - AURORA
After her debut album, All my Demons Greeting Me As Friend (2016), AURORA is back! With its uplifting arrangementsnumerous build-ups, and supporting choirs, 'Queendom' sounds like a real anthem.