This week you might have seen all of your friends sharing their top songs and artists of 2017 with help of their favorite music streaming services. And we were so here for it! Which artists made your top list? My top artists included Balance and Composure, Paramore, The Front Bottoms and lots of other APU faves.

Although we have been reminiscing about our AOTY lists and checking them twice, we too have also been listening to lots of new songs — a few of which were released this week. If you might have missed some of these freshly released jams, you are in luck because we have rounded up a few of our favorites just for you.

Make sure to check out these songs you might have missed in this week’s roundup below and share the love.


Boston Manor – “Drowned In Gold”: Boston Manor has released a new video for their new song “Drowned In Gold” and we are so stoked for it! Does this mean new album in 2018? We might have to wait and see for that one, but in the meantime, we have this sick tune to keep us going.

Chapel – “Don’t You Love Me”: Chapel has some of the most fun and appetizing videos! They released a new vid for their single “Don’t You Love Me” — which keeps the quirky brunch-inspired theme going to a fun and dancey tune. Check it out below!

Head North – “Somewhere, N.D.”: Watch Head North’s new video for their song “Somewhere, N.D.” off their album The Last Living Man Alive Ever in the History of the World. Head North’s drummer Ben Lieber created the video by compiling digital collages to make one beautiful storytelling of a video. Make sure to watch this beautiful work of art below and see Head North on tour with Trophy eyes in a city near you.

Homesafe – “Headache/Guts”: Chicago’s next breakout band is without a doubt Homesafe — who are currently in the process of writing their first full-length LP to be released in 2018. They released a double-whammy of a new video for not one but two songs off of their Evermore EP, Headache and Guts. Check it out below and make sure to get familiar with them.

Pale Waves – “New Year’s Eve”: Everyone’s favorite 2017 breakout band is back with a new video for their song “New Year’s Eve.” Watch the band play an empty venue and solemnly walk around singing about not wanting to be alone on New Year’s Eve (#toorelatable).

 

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