New music from Mumford & Sons, Tora, Medasin & Kathleen, Madonna & Swae Lee, Sophie Francis and James Bay & Julia Michaels

Your weekly load of new music is here! This week consisting of quirky indie electronics, intens duets and pop meets Hip-Hop. Check out the updated ‘Tracks Of The Week’ playlist!


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WOMAN - MUMFORD & SONS

Mumford & Sons bring an ode to a mysterious woman with their new song “Woman”. Marcus Mumford sings about a woman he loves but cannot fathom. The song is a mix of intimacy and drive with a catchy melody that accompanies you through the track.







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CRAVE - MADONNA, SWAE LEE

Madonna has dropped another track from her upcoming album: 'Madame X'. "Crave", featuring Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee, is a sultry pop song about longing for another person and was produced by Mike Dean, a frequent collaborator of Kanye West.




PARAMOUNT - TORA


The dynamic 4-man band from Byron Bay, Australia return with a soothing tune entitled "Paramount"! The song is characterized by echoing guitarsquirky keyboard lines and a buttery falsetto.









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ON MY WAY - SOPHIE FRANCIS

Sophie Francis is the Netherlands' rising star in DJ-land. She has been making electronic music since she was 14 and has been picked up by the well-known dance label Spinnin ’Records. With “On My Way”, Francis delivers another song that is bursting with energy, complete with acoustic guitars and catchy melodies.


ALWAYS AFTERNOON - MEDASIN, KATHLEEN

In collaboration with L.A.-based singer-songwriter Kathleen, Medasin has created what could be one of the most distinctive trap/EDM songs of 2019. Already garnering the attention of the likes of Martin Garrix, DJ Khaled and Rihanna, Madasin is really carving out a name for himself. “Always Afternoon” is a dreamy trap song that has a peaceful piano composition and a drumbeat that is both soothing and sturdy at the same time.  

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PEER PRESSURE - JAMES BAY, JULIA MICHAELS

It is no secret that an established musician like James Bay knows how to write a hit and with the charismatic collaboration “Peer Pressure”, he again meets our expectations. With fellow singer-songwriter Julia Michaels he manages to put down an intimate duet that is carefully constructed with soothing guitars and ends with an uplifting crescendo.