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Julia Michaels' "Sorry To Me Too" & 9 Other New Songs Out This Week

Soundcheck

Every week, we bring you #SOUNDCHECK — your destination for the best new music that hit the web over the course of the week. Because you should always be prepared when someone passes you that AUX cord. This week's roundup features 10 of our favorite emerging and established artists.

Republic Records

“Sorry To Me Too” - Julia Michaels

Just when you think pop songwriting whiz Julia Michaels has tapped the bottom of her well, she emerges with the bold “Sorry To Me Too,” a breakbeat, break-up collage that unearths yet another side to her artistry. (YouTube)

“On The Run” - Kelela

Allow another new, languid Kelela song give you mental deliverance. (YouTube)

“If Jesus Was A Rockstar” - Kim Petras

Kim Petras sounds the best she has in a while on her maybe blasphemous but definitely deep new single, probing what the artistically inclined consider to be religion. (YouTube)

“Strong” - Romy, Fred again...

The world’s dance floors have been blessed with another sublime collaboration between powerhouses Romy and Fred again.... (YouTube)

CMG/Interscope Records

“Nut Quick” - GloRilla

A dating tip from GloRilla: “First date, meet me at the mall since he say he boss enough (Okay)/ And I'ma put that n*gga back if he say it cost too much.” (YouTube)

Jora Frantzis

“Qué Rico Ch*gamos” - Rauw Alejandro

The usual brawn and brawl of reggaeton gets shot into the cosmos as Rauw Alejandro merges the genre with the neon glow of ‘80s synth-pop. (YouTube)

duendita

“feel” - duendita

Listening to NYC’s duendita sing almost always feels like bumping close to something divine. (YouTube)

warner Records

“Serotonin Moonbeams” - The Blessed Madonna ft. Uffie

The sun sets before 5 p.m. now so consider another glittering banger, this time from The Blessed Madonna featuring Uffie interpolating Suzanne Vega’s “Tom Diner.” (YouTube)

“Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel” - Bright Eyes

As part of Bright Eyes’ ongoing effort to reissue all their past albums with companion EPs, the band shared a spirited cover of Townes Van Zandt’s “Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel.” (YouTube)

“Somewhere In Texas” - Zachary Knowles

Texas songwriter Zachary Knowles nails the suburban, bittersweet yearn of early love on this melty indie-pop song. (YouTube)