Kylie Minogue, (G)I-DLE, Conan Gray and more – Billboard

Looking for some motivation to get you through the start of next week’s work week? We feel you and support you with some great new pop tunes.

Listen to 10 songs from artists like Kylie Minogue, Conan Gray, Chapel Lone, (G)I-DLE, and more to help you get through the week. Add any of these gems to your personal playlist or scroll to the end of the post to see all 10 custom his playlists.



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Kylie Minogue “Padam Padam”

Kylie Minogue has released one of the most exhilarating dance-pop records during the pandemic (disco) 2020. Now that the World Health Organization has officially declared the end of the global health emergency due to COVID-19, it makes sense to pick up a new LP from a dance-pop legend you can go and listen to. is.first taste tension“Padam Padam” is a sultry my place or your club banger named after the sound of a heartbeat. – Joe Lynch

(G) I-DLE “Queen Card”

If it’s your first time with (G)I-DLE eye feel The track “Allergy” sees K-pop idols bemoan their flaws and the harm social media does to their self-esteem, while its B-side, “Queen Card,” shows they know how to get back on their feet. It has been. Raise your confidence to 100 in one fell swoop. On the track, they compare their beauty to that of Kim Kardashian and Ariana Grande, claiming their attractiveness, a statement that some would argue. – Star Bowenbank

The Dare “Sex”

With the pandemic firmly entrenched in society, the indie industry is finding time to thrive again. And The Dare (former alternative school teacher Harrison Patrick Smith’s project) is at the forefront of this revival, creating dance floor tracks that are sweaty, snarky and tongue-in-cheek. The new release, “Sex,” captures the spirit of the times and isn’t shy: “Sex, I want to call my mom and tell her you’re a bomb / See if she’s into it too.” might do.” – S. Bowenbank

Conan Gray “Never Ending Song”

Confessional pop star Conan Gray’s latest is a breezy, retro Technicolor hit. “Never Ending Song” has an interesting element of high drama, thanks in large part to the artist’s experimentation with the lower register, as if it was specifically made for the stadium. His late 2000s rock like “Human” by The Killers is reminiscent of his hits, but with some ’80s vibrancy, this track keeps Conan focused on what’s to come. is the best way to — Lindsay Havens

Chapel Lawn “Red Wine Supernova”

Up-and-coming pop singer-songwriter Chapel Lawn hasn’t released a full-length project yet, but anthemic, saucy alternative pop, from smash hit “Casual” to latest track “Red Wine Supernova.” You have already established a distinct brand for your song. Singing about “Playboy,” where he “tucks his canines into the side of my neck,” the artist documents the feeling of being caught in the pure thoughts of someone new, enjoying every moment unapologetically. — L. Heavens

Hannah Jadag “Lose”

Hannah Jaddag is a 20-year-old New York University student, according to her debut album Sound Aperture (released on Sub Pop), she graduates as an indie pop star. On her last single, “Lose,” released before her album came out, she sings: ’” As she delicately poses these questions over her soothing rock riffs, her work blossoms to match her fluttering emotions. — L. Heavens

Far Caspian “Own”

Many sad indie pop songs feature the same slow tempo and sad guitar-drum interplay as “Own,” a new song from UK-based singer-songwriter Joel Johnston’s project Far Caspian. . But Johnston’s voice, presented here as a swirl of emotion conveyed by Elliott Smith’s narrative, sets “Own” apart, leaving the listener wanting to reappear in its warmth long after it’s over. Makes me think. – Jason Lipschatz

Chris Farren “Cosmic Leash”

For Chris Farren, an acclaimed songwriter who straddles the worlds of indie and pop-punk, “Cosmic Leash” is a potential game-changer: first single from upcoming album doom singer is big and sassy in the best sense, oscillating between blaring noise and full-on melodies that make you want to scream in a big venue.for the rest doom singer With a sound as world-conquering as “Cosmic Leash,” Faren will get there. – J. Lipshutz

Anohni & The Johnsons “It Must Change”

Anohni’s 2016 album disappointment It addressed political and environmental disasters with electronic turmoil and offered an urgent take on disturbing realities. “It Must Change,” a glimpse at the opening of his first full-length since Anoni, is also a call to action, but embraces the gentle brilliance of soul music to inspire listeners. Anohni’s voice is as expressive as ever, and her voice, credited for the first time in over a decade with The Johnsons, sounds as triumphant as ever. – J. Lipshutz

Revenge Wife “Fantasy Girl”

Revenge Wife mastermind Liz Nistico has described her new single as “my most ABBA song”, and indeed, “Fantasy Girl” shines as a Scandinavian-inspired workout. It features glittering synth lines and drum slaps that will get your heart rate up. In the middle is Nistico, her voice doubled and ready to explode. The former Holy Child member has always had a knack for outspoken pop structures, and this time it’s no different. – J. Lipshutz

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