New Music this Week- May 29, 2023

photo by Bailey Lamar

If you are looking for new music, we have created a list of established artists you might know and new artists you may want to explore.

1Caitlin Rose

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Caitlin Rose announces the deluxe version of CAZIMI will release digitally on June 23 via Missing Piece Records. Along with the announcement, Rose shares the new original single “Johnny Velvet.”

Take a listen here. 

2Miya Folick

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The highly anticipated new album from vocalist, songwriter and producer Miya Folick, is out now. “For better or for worse, my music is about my own life. It’s deeply personal and honest. While I do bend the truth for a rhyme here and there, I tried my best not to do that on Roach. It felt important for there to be lyrical transparency on this album. Urgent even. Lifesaving even!” Folick says.
Take a listen here. 

3Brandi Carlile

photo by Mary Ellen Matthews

Brandi Carlile’s rendition of “Home”—made famous by Diana Ross in 1978’s The Wiz—is out now and is featured in this week’s penultimate episode of Ted Lasso season three, now streaming on Apple TV+.  Produced by Carlile at ShangriLa Studios, the recording features Matt Chamberlain (drums), Sebastian Steinberg (bass), Dave Palmer (piano/organ) and Chauntee and Monique Ross (strings).

Take a listen here. 

4Jackson Dean & Josh Ross

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Spotify’s country artist to watch singer-songwriter Jackson Dean partnered with Josh Ross to cover Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash’s iconic “Girl from the North Country.” Both Dean and Ross infuse their signature soulfulness into this story of lost love, resulting in a heartfelt and modern take on the classic. 

“I’m excited for this song to be out. When Jackson brought the song ‘Girl from the North Country’ to me, I immediately felt connected to it and hadn’t heard it in so long. I’m a huge Johnny Cash fan and always think of my roots in the North. I love that I got the chance to lean into a different vibe than what I normally record through this song.”

Take a listen here. 

5Runaway June

photo by Quartz Hill Records

Runaway June is back with new music, sharing the boot-stomping, fire-worthy “Make Me Wanna Smoke” out now. The trio’s first release since signing with Quartz Hill Records, “Make Me Wanna Smoke” is instantly relatable to anyone who’s ever been in a relationship that’s not quite over, but probably should be.

Take a listen here. 

6Chapel Hart

photo by Bailey Lamar

CHAPEL HART – comprised of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart and first cousin Trea Swindle – took the world by storm on America’s Got Talent  last year with their show-stopping group  golden buzzer performance of the Dolly Parton inspired track, “You Can Have Him Jolene.”

Now, the ladies, deemed “America’s Sweethearts” have released their highly anticipated upcoming album, Glory Days.

Take a listen here. 

7Dallas Burrow

photo from Dallas Burrow

“Even still, I have always been a bit of a free spirit, and as a young man, I felt like the town wasn’t quite big enough for my taste.” It’s all part of the story woven into Burrow’s latest single, “River Town,” the opening track from his upcoming album Blood Brothers.

Take a listen here. 

8Jason Aldean

photo by Brian Higbee

Jason Aldean today released his new single, “Try That In A Small Town,” with a world premiere.

Take a listen here. 

9Noah Riley Teal

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The 17-year old singer, songwriter with his Southern rock style released “I’m Coming Around.” His debut album will release in July.

Take a listen here. 

10Chase Rice

photo by Kaiser Cunningham

Rice first debuted the song ahead of the album’s release on the Grand Ole Opry stage, where he reflected on the sudden loss of Daniel Rice in 2008 and the impact that had on his musical journey, including at his 2014 Opry debut where he looked out to see his mom, Connie, next to an empty seat in his dad’s honor.

Take a listen here. 


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