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Soundcheck: The 13 Best Music Releases Of The Week

Alessia Cara, The Regrettes, and so much more

Every weekend, we bring you#SOUNDCHECK—your destination for the best of the best new music that's just hit the web, because you should always be prepared when someone passes you that AUX cord. This week’s roundup features some of our favorite emerging and established artists, including Alessia Cara, The Regrettes, Sigrid, and so many more. Turn up, tune in, and tune out.

"Trust My Lonely" - Alessia Cara

The next single off of Cara's highly anticipated sophomore album, and it's so good. 

"California Friends" - The Regrettes

We can all use a little bit more grrrl punk in our lives. 

"Sucker Punch" - Sigrid

The Norwegian singer is back with her latest offering, which really packs a punch (ha, sorry). She "didn't want to write a happy song," according to the lyrics, but the powerful pop track is anything but gloomy. 

"1999" - Charli XCX and Troye Sivan

An ode to the turn of the millennium from two of our faves. 

"Can't Get Over You" - Joji ft. Clams Casino

New video and single from the viral star that continues to wow (and confuse) us with his incredible new musical endeavor. 

Wanderer - Cat Power

A major highlight of the singer's 10th album? Her duet with Lana Del Rey, "Woman."  

[Untitled] - mewithoutYou

Sorry, my emo is showing again. 

"Small Talk" - Courtney Barnett

Barnett's rambling talents are ever-present on this track, asking to quit it with all the light conversation. 

"New Place" - Tasha

Tasha described the track as a "curious rumination on the imminent need and want to find a world, outside of this Earth and potentially this galaxy, where black people can be free." Need she say more?

Malibu Nights - LANY

A strong follow-up to the band's debut, packed with pop-anthems.

"Without Me" - Halsey

A slow-burning, ultra-vulnerable track from Halsey, perfect for any breakup playlist.  

"Imported" - Jessie Reyez ft. JRM

If you're not already obsessed with Reyez, please catch up ASAP. 

"Lonely Star" - Ariana and the Rose

Ariana's first release of the year is packed with glittery hope and a call for inclusivity. What's not to like?