The 10 Best New Songs

Publish Date : 2021-05-02


The 10 Best New Songs

Whittling down seven days’ worth of new singles into just 10 tracks is a tall task, and this particularly packed release week made it even taller, Our pain is your gain: Statement-making tracks from Pom Pom Squad, illuminati hotties and Little Simz lead the pack, but there’s a little something for everyone here, from the go-for-broke rock of cleopatrick’s “FAMILY VAN” to the woozy hip-hop of Markis Precise & Mick Jenkins’ “Sleep.” Make time for this week’s best new tracks below.
cleopatrick: “FAMILY VAN”

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It’s refreshing to hear that blown-out, angry rock that broke into a small part of the mainstream in the early ‘00s, popularized by the likes of The Hives, Jet and countless others in the garage-rock revival. cleopatrick is taking the genre for another joyride (no pun intended) with “FAMILY VAN,” a rowdy open letter to an unnamed band that ripped off one of their songs. It’s reminiscent of blissful teenage turbulence in their unique blend of punk with not-so-subtle hip-hop influences that will take a beloved genre into the hands of another generation of listeners. —Jade Gomez


Hiss Golden Messenger: “Hardlytown”
Hiss Golden Messenger, the project of M.C. Taylor, has released the third single ahead of Quietly Blowing It, out June 25 via Merge Records. The album follows 2019’s Terms of Surrender, which earned Taylor a Grammy nomination for best Americana Album. “Hardlytown” is a soulful, harmonica-infused exploration of what we owe to each other. The folk rock of Bob Dylan is felt as an influence throughout the song, but especially in the KidEthnic-directed music video. In the video, Taylor stands with cue cards depicting the song’s lyrics, just as Dylan does in the video for one of Paste’s favorite songs in his discography, “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” Taylor discussed “Hardlytown” in a statement, saying, “Maybe the conversation that the mother and son have throughout “Hardlytown” was my attempt to reckon with the tension that exists between selflessness and selfishness.” —Carli Scolforo


illuminati hotties: “MMMOOOAAAAAYAYA”
Sarah Tudzin’s tenderpunk project illuminati hotties is back with their first new music since their acclaimed 2020 release FREE I.H.: This Is Not the One You’ve Been Waiting For, and the music-industry rigmarole that has dogged the band in the past is now behind them. In addition to sharing the video for their first single of 2021, “MMMOOOAAAAAYAYA” (pronounced “Moo!,” they say), Tudzin announced her own new label, Snack Shack Tracks, in partnership with L.A.-based indie label Hopeless Records, so when the one you have been waiting for comes out (a release window has yet to be revealed), you’ll have her to thank for it. “Somebody told me my music is too ‘CUTE’ to take seriously” Tudzin says of the band’s new single. “So I wrote them a love letter. I hope they’re laughing their patoots off.” “MMMOOOAAAAAYAYA” kicks “cute” to the curb with queasy guitars and synth stutters, with Tudzin contorting her voice as she sneers at pushes to make her art more “palatable” (read: profitable): “You think I wanna be a part of / Every self-appointed startup? / Every brand-approval markup? / Place that precious pretty product,” she mocks, having a blast as she colors outside the lines. —Scott Russell

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Little Simz: “Introvert”
British rapper Little Simz has announced a follow-up to her critically acclaimed 2019 album GREY Area with Sometimes I Might Be an Introvert, due Sept. 3 via Age 101. The rapper also shared a new visual for the opening track “Introvert,” a glorious essay on witnessing suffering and demanding accountability. The track’s rising marching band drums and horns mark a triumphant return from Simz’s two-year absence. Kicked off with her softly echoing “There’s a war,” her sharp-tongued bars float over the jazzy production that soundtracks the breathtaking visual directed by Salomon Lightelm. Lightelm captures the juxtaposition of streets and fields with cathedrals and Renaissance paintings, making for a stark, captivating experience that sets the tone for what’s to come. “Introvert” is a poignant thesis statement in a new era of revolutionary music that Little Simz has never shied away from. The track’s beauty lies in its duality, blending together unlikely elements into electric rap harmony. —Jade Gomez


Little Snake: “Raining Teeth”
As the anticipation builds for Little Snake’s debut album A Fragmented Love Story, Written By The Infinite Helix Architect, out May 7 on Brainfeeder, “Raining Teeth” is more than enough to tide over fans of the Canadian electronic mastermind. There’s a reason why Flying Lotus co-signs him, with Little Snake taking listeners deep inside his expansive glitchy world. Little Snake’s atmospheric industrial production, steered into a more accessible, melodic lane provided by Tutara Peak, is still hardly definitive. Snake’s maximalist tendencies tread the line between grotesque and captivating, which makes for a head-spinning banger that can fit in a multitude of timelines. —Jade Gomez

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Markis Precise & Mick Jenkins: “Sleep”
There is something to be said about the magnetic, lazy haze that Mick Jenkins exudes. It’s a style many have tried and few can master. In his newest collaboration with Fresno-based producer Markis Precise, Jenkins’ Chicago roots shine through. “Sleep” is an apt title, with Jenkins’ languid flow rambling through his slow awakening into political awareness. “I played the fool / Removed the wool / over my eyes, remove the drool” is a hook that simmers with each listen as the minimalism of Precise’s production slowly begins to make sense. Precise’s keyboards and subtle synthesizer pings allow Jenkins to slip in and out of consciousness without ever losing the beat. This is a track that shows its soul more with each listen, and its energy lingers for far longer. —Jade Gomez


Mini Trees: “Spring”
You may remember Mini Trees, the solo project of Los Angeles-based songwriter Lexi Vega, as the opening act from Julien Baker’s Little Oblivions release livestream, but you’re about to remember Mini Trees from “Spring,” our first preview of her not-yet-announced debut album, coming this fall on Run for Cover Records. A sweetly understated emotional rollercoaster, “Spring” nestles Vega’s delicate, fluttering vocals among gauzy acoustic guitar chords and an ethereal synth accents, its soft sounds coming in staggered waves, like a wind chime in the summer (or spring, rather) breeze. “So tell me, when you fall asleep, are you still next to me?” she wonders, allowing herself to feel all of her infatuation, its insecurity and intimacy alike. “The underlying message is one of hopefulness though,” says Vega, “resolving with the choice to believe this person will remain a constant in my life despite the changing nature of everything else.” That belief and “Spring” share a similarly rosy beauty. —Scott Russell


Pom Pom Squad: “Head Cheerleader”
Mia Berrin-led, Brooklyn-based indie-rock outfit Pom Pom Squad announced their debut album Death of a Cheerleader, coming June 25 on City Slang Records, and shared its latest single, “Head Cheerleader,” along with a self-co-directed video. The record is produced by Sarah Tudzin of Illuminati Hotties and co-produced by Berrin, while Tegan Quin of Tegan and Sara contributes vocals to “Head Cheerleader.” In a statement, Berrin describes “Head Cheerleader” as “a celebration of the discomfort that comes with stepping into your new skin—your own power”—on the song itself, she lays claim to that power over cascading power chords and nimble low end, declaring, “I’m learning how to be someone I could put my faith in,” and tossing off clever, self-deprecating one-liners like, “My worst decisions are t



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