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

The ever-prolific Ty Segall is releasing another album next month. Titled First Taste, it’ll feature the sitar-heavy track “Radio,” which Segall has described as a “science non-fiction song.”

The upbeat “Sister Buddha” is the first taste of Belle and Sebastian’s original soundtrack to the upcoming indie film Days of the Bagnold Summer. The album will also include re-recorded versions of old Belle and Sebastian tracks.

Indulge your nostalgia with “Happy Days” by Blink-182, a new track by the pop punk veterans that sounds like a throwback to their 1999 classic “What’s My Age Again?” The group, who turn 20 this year, are readying a new album that will notably feature Lil Uzi Vert and Pharrell.

Duster are back. The influential slowcore group have released “Interstellar Tunnel,” their first new song in two decades. Featuring chiming guitars, driving drumbeats and a spacey coda, this track is a welcome return from the San Jose band.

Find more songs to rock out to here.