“Eyes Shut“ is a song by British electronica band Years & Years serving as sixth overall single taken from their album ‘Communion.’ Following the massive success achieved with their latest singles “King” and “Shine“, the touching piano-ballad is without doubt a very strong and emotional choice perfect for the season. “Eyes Shut“ is scheduled to impact airwaves this September 2015. The song was written by Olly Alexander, Emre Turkmen and Michael Goldsworthy
and produced with the collaboration of Mark Ralph.
“Butterfly” is a song by former Westlife member, Irish singer-songwriter Markus Feehily. The song will served as Feehily’s second single included in his upcoming debut album ‘Fire’due out on October 16, 2015 via Harmoney Entertainment. The singer debuted the next single “Butterfly” along its official music video on Monday August 24, 2015. It’s co-written by Markus Feehily, Mark Mehigan and producer Ben ElliotT.
“Dance Like We’re Making Love” is a song by American singer Ciara from her sixth studio album, Jackie (2015). Released on iTunes one week prior to the album’s release, as the album’s second single on April 28, 2015. Musically, the song is a mid-tempo pop, with its instrumentation consisting of finger-snapping drum beats, sparse 808s and EDM synths. Lyrically it is described as about making love, it talks about sex and seducing someone, suggesting her flame to dance as the same way people make love. “Dance Like We’re Making Love” received generally positive reviews from music critics, praising its sensual beats and the singer’s vocals, while also highlighting its big hook and catchy chorus.
First heard this new song on a video about a pair of astray dog being rescued and the song stuck to my mind and heart. “Let It All Go” is a song recorded by British singer-songwriter Rhodes, a collaboration with English singer and songwriter, Birdy. The song is from Rhodes’ 2015 studio album ‘Wishes’and is quite the stunner for beautiful piano-backed music, it is so good.
“Better Love” is a song recorded by English singer and songwriter Foxes for her upcoming second studio album, ‘All I Need.’ The song was released in September 4, 2015 as the album’s second single under Sign of the Times and Epic Records. “Body Talk” released July 24, 2015 is the album’s lead single.
“Here For You” is a song from Norwegian DJ and record producer Kygo. The song that served as Tygo’s fifth single brings the soothing vocal talents of UK songstress Ella Henderson. Kygo creates a playful piano framework for her voice to flourish over tropical house synths and a beautiful amalgamation of marimba, tambourines and congos.
Released as her second single, “Unbreakable” is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson from her upcoming eleventh studio album of the same title. The single debuted on September 3, 2015 on the same day Jackson officially announced the studio album’s release date and tracklist. “Unbreakable” is musically a mid-tempo R&B song, which lyrically describes as a love letter to her fans. Rolling Stone’s Ryan Reed said: the song “finds Jackson praising her loyal fan base over a groove built on a breezy vocal sample and thumping bass.”
“Nothing Left” is a single by Norwegian DJ and record producer Kygo that also features vocals from British recording artist Will Heard. The song was commercially released on 31 July 2015 and was first debuted at a live show in Chicago held in partnership with the transportation company Uber.
“Body Talk” is a song by English singer and songwriter Foxes taken from her forthcoming second studio album ‘All I Need.’ The song served as the album’s lead single and was released in the United Kingdom on 24 July 2015. Foxes released a music video on 22 June 2015 to promote the song, which was 3 minutes 29 seconds in length. The official music video has now more than a million views.
Justin Bieber’s new comeback single “What Do You Mean” is out for downloads. This new song is the lead single off his Justin Bieber’s anticipated new album. “What Do You Mean,” lyrically, is about resolving a confusing relationship, and we see the pop star pleading the listener to be more direct as they “argue all day, make love all night.” The track does sound a bit more upbeat than the Diplo/Skrillex jam.