This week, Avicii collaborated with English electronic duo AlunaGeorge on a new track, and The National dropped a contemplative new single.
Here are the 5 best songs from the past week that you can stream right now:
Indie rock band The National brings anguish, introspection, and a wailing guitar solo to its piano-ballad single 'Carin at the Liquor Store' -- the third release from its upcoming album, 'Sleep Well Beast.'
Leading up to its fifth LP, 'Haiku from Zero,' Australian electro-rock band Cut Copy lights up its latest single, 'Standing In The Middle Of The Field,' with a panorama of ebullient synths and a stellar chorus.
Destroyer -- the Canadian rock band led by eccentric songwriter Dan Bejar -- returns with the minimalist 'Sky's Grey,' a showcase for Bejar's humorously cryptic and poetic meditations, sung from the perspective of a foundering actor.
'Screens' is the dynamic intro track to New York producer Photay's singular new album, 'Onism.' The song fuses robotic sounds with a propulsive, lively, and unpredictable synth beat.
Tapping into the same vein that birthed his massive 2013 hit 'Wake Me Up,' Swedish producer Avicii teams with English duo AlunaGeorge on 'What Would I Change It To,' an acoustic, country-influenced pop song.
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