Home Genres Rock Five brand-new rock songs to dig into this week (5/11-5/17)

Five brand-new rock songs to dig into this week (5/11-5/17)

Five brand-new rock songs to dig into this week (5/11-5/17)
L-R: Charly Bliss (Ebru Yildiz), The Black Keys (Alyssa Gafkjen)

Every week, we compile a list of the best new rock songs. Here are five that you shouldn’t miss.

“Capacity” by Charly Bliss

Four-piece power pop outfit Charly Bliss’ recently dropped their sophomore album, Young Enough. “Capacity” is a standout from the 11-track record, which is a follow-up to their 2017 debut, Guppy.

“Break My Heart Right” by James Bay

James Bay recently released his latest EP, Oh My Messy Mind, which includes the soul-crushing piano ballad, “Break My Heart Right.” The four-track project also includes “Peer Pressure,” which features Julia Michaels.

“The Adults are Talking” by The Strokes

It’s been two years since The Strokes took the stage together, but they recently reunited with a live performance of an unreleased track, “The Adults are Talking.” The song, which they debuted at a charity event in Los Angeles, is their first new music since their 2016 EP, Future Present Past.

“Must I Evolve?” by Jarvis Cocker

Jarvis Cocker has released a new song under his Jarv Is… project, and it’s one hell of a ride. The six-minute “Must I Evolve?” is an existential crisis in song form, tracking the evolution of humankind from the Big Bang to the present day.

“Go” by The Black Keys

The Black Keys—aka Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney—have dropped “Go,” the third single from their forthcoming album, Let’s Rock. It arrived with a hilarious video that pokes fun at holistic healing retreats.

Find more songs to rock out to here.