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Five new electronic music drops from this week (5/13-5/19)

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Five new electronic music drops from this week (5/13-5/19)
L-R: David Guetta, (Image: Ellen von Unwerth), Rezz

Each week, we pick the newest electronic music tracks, albums and music videos to have on your radar. Here are our favorites:

“Stay (Don’t Go Away)” by David Guetta, Raye

David Guetta has tapped British singer Raye for his funky new single, “Stay (Don’t Go Away).” Featuring a catchy, dancefloor-ready beat and Raye’s mesmerizing vocals, the song is already a top entry for those upcoming pool party playlists.

“Tough Love” by Avicii, Agnes, Vargas & Lagola

“Tough Love” is the second single from Avicii’s forthcoming posthumous album, Tim. Swedish singer Agnes lends her vocals on the anthemic, Bollywood-inspired number, which was co-produced and co-written by Vargas & Lagola. The track arrived alongside a stunning choreo-heavy visual that really brings the song to life.

“Flames” by SG Lewis, Ruel

SG Lewis recently announced he’s completed Dawn, the final installment of his concept album trilogy, Dusk, Dark and Dawn. And to give fans a taste of the upcoming project, he’s unleashed “Flames,” a hard-hitting collab with Aussie up-and-comer Ruel.

“Dark Age” by Rezz

Broody synths, a smoldering bassline and a powerful beat drop make up Rezz’s ominous new single, “Dark Age.” But the spine-tingling guitar melody that opens the song adds a surprising twist to her usual sound. The track will appear on Rezz’s upcoming EP, Beyond the Senses.

“Run for Me” by Sebastian, Gallant

French producer Sebastian will release his long-awaited sophomore album this fall. His brand-new single, “Run for Me,” features R&B crooner Gallant, whose breathy vocals are layered atop dramatic organs and subtle beats.

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