3/22 Weekly Music Roundup

Here we go again – bringing you the hottest, newest and “you should’ve already heard it” singles and albums of the week! As always, stream their songs, check them out on social media, and share their songs with your friends!

1. Casey Dreux – “Maybe”

Holding a myriad of titles, singer, songwriter, actress, screenwriter, and entrepreneur Casey Dreux has released her debut single, “Maybe” feauting a soft, memorable melody and clever lyrycism. With a catchy hook appearing all throughout the single, “Maybe” is a dedication to that one special person that we want to spend the night with while creating some new memories.


2. The Weeknd – After Hours

We definitely missed Abel’s voice blasting though our headphones and we’re so glad he released new music. After Hours seems like a 14-song love story (all about Gigi Hadid?), yet each track brings its own nuance and rythm that makes us hit the rewind button every time. Go listen to it today!

3. First The Winter – “Same Old Story”

Hailing from Washington State, First the Winter used influences including Damien Rice and Glen Hansard, to express  a raw, dark view of enduring a variety of love and relationships in the album Experimental Mice. Forming the duo is Jimmy Stewart and Aili Emilia, who began writing and playing music together in 2015.

4. Mason Holiday – “Heaven”

American singer/songwriter Mason Holiday released his debut single, “Heaven,” on February 14th with scenes that bring back feelings of nostalgia from the 1950’s and 60’s. The intimate and heartfelt video will fill any viewer with emotions of love and instantly make them cry with sentiments of happiness for the joyful couple.

5. Corzine – “Panic”

Corzine (aka Hayley Lewis) draws inspiration from her life experiences including young romances, struggles with anxiety and trying to let go of a past in her debut EP And There It Is. “Panic” brings together feelings of anxiety, finding ourselves, and doing what’s best for us in a fun and refreshing single. The slow-moving beats of drums and piano makes this short three-minute track even more memorable.

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