Introducing Tunesday 2.0 featuring HAIM, Goth Babe, & More

Introducing Tunesday 2.0 featuring HAIM, Goth Babe, & More

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Today we’re debuting our new Tunesday format: all your favorite new songs, all in one playlist. With that, we’ve got some exciting new additions to this week’s playlist. Los Angeles-bred indie rock sisters HAIM have just released their third album, Women in Music Pt. III, and the fun, irreverent track “Gasoline” has been lighting up our lives over the weekend. And while fellow indie heavyweights Glass Animals may have postponed their album Dreamland until August 7 to make space for the Black Lives Matter movement, they have given us a new song “Heat Waves,” accompanied by another homemade music video in which frontman Dave Bayley tows a wagon full of performance equipment around his locked down London neighborhood in a “love letter to live music and the culture and togetherness surrounding it.”

We’ve also got a soaring, artful track from Melbourne fave Jess Cornelius and the most recent gem from Nashville punk rockers Bully. Fellow Nashville artist Savannah Conley is back with a charming blend of southern timelessness and fresh elements of pop and alt-rock, as are British duo Jadu Heart, whose “Caroline” reminds us of humanity’s innate ability to make the same mistakes over and over, yet still be able to forgive each other.

Going global, we’ve got the new single from Spanish upstarts Oh! Ayatollah, the Caribbean-tinged sounds of Colombian dance group Systema Solar, and a track from Moroccan group Bab L’Bluz, a bluesy, psychedelic take on North African Gnawa music. And to top it all off, we’ve got a classic Bob Dylan cover from Goth Babe, released as a charity single to raise funds for Campaign Zero and the effort to end police violence in the United States. Hope you enjoy!

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