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Five brand-new rock songs to dig into this week (5/18-5/24)

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Five brand-new rock songs to dig into this week (5/18-5/24)
L-R: Bruce Springsteen (Shore Fire Media), Sheryl Crow (artist official Facebook)

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

“There Goes My Miracle” by Bruce Springsteen

“There Goes My Miracle” is Bruce Springsteen’s latest single from Western Stars, which is out next month. Over lush string arrangements, The Boss paints a vivid picture of yearning and heartbreak.

“Who You Are” by Mannequin Pussy

Philadelphia punk rockers Mannequin Pussy will release their sophomore album, Patience, next month on Epitaph. If the latest single “Who You Are” is any indication, it’ll be a great time.

“Calm Down AKA I Should Not Be Alone” by Ezra Furman

Ezra Furman has released “Calm Down AKA I Should Not Be Alone,” the noisy, infectious first taste of the album Twelve Nudes. The song arrived with a vibrant animated video that depicts Furman in various unpleasant situations.

“Leona” by Strange Ranger

Strange Ranger have announced their new album, Remembering the Rockets, with the winning lead single, “Leona.” The track’s a song you can sway to, complete with shimmering guitars and sparkly synths.

“Live Wire” by Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, Mavis Staples

Sheryl Crow’s orchestrated a meeting of the greats on “Live Wire.” Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples join in on the rootsy, heart-warming track from Threads, Crow’s new album of duets slated for release in the summer.

Find more songs to rock out to here.