New Music Friday: December 9, 2022

The year’s end is coming, and we are getting ready to wrap things up for 2022. But for the next two weeks, there are still some new releases we want to make sure are on your radar.

First, Los Angeles power-pop/indie rockers Lostboycrow, who recently impressed me with their live show, have their latest album out, cleverly titled Indie Pop. Melodic rockers Kids That Fly have their new EP out that we think you’ll dig. Lana Del Rey announced her next album this week, and with it dropped another engrossing new single. Paramore have released the second single from their next opus, and this one is quite the banger.

Memphis rockers Lucero have released the third song from their next album, and Mod Sun is back with a new collab with emo It-girl Charlotte Sands. White Reaper rip harder than ever on their new track, and Rare Americans are continuing to build excitement towards their next album with a third stellar song. Gorillaz have a new NFT-baiting song, and You Me at Six are back to make you mosh. Sam Fender has released a deluxe version of his latest album, and we’ve got the newest track from that.

Nu-school pop-punker Chad Tepper has teamed with old school alt rockers Lit for a new track, Weezer has a new song from their upcoming Winter EP, and in case you didn’t yet read our interview with Olen about his new single, get on it. Some other familiar names gracing us this week are The Greeting Committee, Black Market Karma, The Veils, The Sarandons, Now More Than Ever, Futuristic, L.A. Edwards and Circle the Earth.

And we still want to introduce you to some new artists before we hit 2023, so be sure to listen to the singles we got from Gabriele Kysel, Blondshell, Ryan Oaks and Hamish Hawk.

Listen to all the new music in our New Music Friday Playlist on Spotify or Apple Music!

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