10 Songs You Need To Hear This Week: CHVRCHES, Rae Sremmurd, Jack River And More

Written By Sam Murphy on 03/02/2018

The only 10 you need this week.

10. Diplo - Worry No More (Feat. Lil Yachty & Santigold)

Diplo has teamed-up with two past collaborators Lil Yachty and Santigold for a summery, laid-back single that does the trick. It's nice to hear Diplo experimenting a little at the moment and veering from the dance world, even if it is just for the moment.

9. CHVRCHES - My Enemy (Feat. Matt Berninger)

CHVRCHES are back with the second single off their forthcoming album Love Is Dead. It sees them team with The National's Matt Berninger for one of the most different singles we've ever heard from them. It floats at a much slower pace than usual but still packs an emotional punch.

8. Amber Mark - Love Me Right

Amber Mark's 3:33am EP was one of our favourites of last year and now she's back with her first single of 2018 Love Me Right. Her subtlety reminds of Sade and that lush, tropical instrumentation sounds so damn classy.

7. Yuno - No Going Back

Yuno is a US artist who is signed to Sub Pop and making some of the dreamiest pop/rock music around right now. It's actually been five years since his last release but No Going Back is an incredibly strong return that recalls Tame Impala's more pop-leaning work.

6. Rae Sremmurd - Powerglide (Feat. Juicy J)

Swae Lee's solo single is great but so is Rae Sremmurd's next single off their forthcoming third record. Once again produced by Mike Will Made-It, it's one of their most immediate, fast-paced singles yet.

5. Swae Lee - Hurt To Look

This is Swae Lee's first official solo single and it's exactly what he wanted from him. It gives him a chance to show-off his knack for delectable hooks over a dance-ready beat that's more Unforgettable than Rae Sremmurd.

4. MNEK - Tongue

2018 is the year MNEK becomes a fully-fledged popstar and Tongue is a phenomenal start. It's coated with those expert melodies he's served us for years but there's also a hook that'll catch you by surprise and command dance as the only reaction.

3. Eliott - Over & Over

This is only Eliott's second single but it sounds like the work of somebody who has been doing it for years. Produced by Jack Grace, it's an emotional opus with uplifting keys floating in the background. Her voice is stunning too.

2. Alma - Dance For Me

Alma has delivered the first song from her mixtape Heavy Rules and she's tapped a dream team for Dance For Me. She teams with on this euphoric banger which was co-penned by Charli XCX and Noonie Bao. All the girls involved in this contributed to Charli's Pop2 mixtape and are becoming quite the dream team.

1. Jack Rivers - Ballroom

Jack River is continuing to make glittery, singalong anthems giving us her next single Ballroom. Ballroom is a shimmering, throwback pop/rock track that soars with this anthemic chorus that needs to be belted out at the top of your lungs.

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