It's impossible to be across all the new music out each Friday. Luckily, PAPER is here to help you out: each week, we round up 10 of our favorite new songs from artists — emerging and established — to soundtrack your life. From the surreal to the sublime, these songs cover every corner of the music world. The only criteria: they all have to absolutely rip.
Troye Sivan & Gordi — "Wait"
Logic1000 — "Can’t Stop Thinking About"
Grace Ives — "Loose"
Finally! The wonderful Grace Ives is back with “Loose,” her first taste of new music in a minute. It’s sharper and more saturated than anything she’s released before, and the result is a wiry, edgy treat.
ROSALÍA — "CHICKEN TERIYAKI"
Mura Masa, Shygirl, Lil Uzi Vert & PinkPantheress — "babycakes"
The star wattage on this track is insane, and the track is just as strange and wonderful as you’d expect — a piece of Y2K-aesthetic pop that feels like a chart-topper beamed in from some distant galaxy.
Girlpool — "Dragging My Life Into A Dream"
Girlpool return to classic indie rock on "Dragging My Life Into A Dream," an emotive ballad that recalls '90s teen soundtrack staples.
Florence + the Machine — "King"
“King” is a surprising, simmering stomper from Florence, a piece of domestic drama dressed up in medieval regalia.
Avril Lavigne & Machine Gun Kelly — "Bois Lie"
Princess Chelsea — "Everything Is Going To Be Alright"
Princess Chelsea’s first single since going viral on TikTok — twice — is the slow-burning “Everything Is Going To Be Alright,” a dramatic and surreal ballad that’s one of her most cinematic tracks yet.
ROSSI — "7 Minutes"
ROSSI’s debut single “7 Minutes” is cheesy and campy to the max, and that’s part of its appeal — an '80s-tinged confection that boasts a sparkly, indelible hook.
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