A big week in music has culminated in the biggest Weekly Rewind playlist yet! Check out this week’s highlights, and listen to our Weekly Rewind May 19 playlist, featuring Boys Like Girls, Sleep Token, Dream Wife, and more.

Wallice – “Loser at Best”

Wallice shared a new single, “Loser at Best,” from her forthcoming EP, Mr Big Shot, out June 23.

The singer just wrapped up a tour with The 1975 and will be heading out on her own headline run in June.

On the track, Wallice shared:

“I started this song last May while on a writing trip in London. I would say this song is a bit of a love song to my boyfriend. We have been together for 8 years, but I was missing him at the time he was home and I was gone for a bit, and we started off as friends back in high school. This song is about wanted to feel needed and being intoxicated by love.”

Stream Wallice’s “Loser at Best” below.

Make Them Suffer – “Ghost Of Me”

Australian metalcore group Make Them Suffer dropped their new single, “Ghost Of Me,” via SharpTone Records. 

Vocalist Sean Harmanis shares: 

“The new song marks a significant step in the evolutionary process of [the] MTS sound, showcasing our dedication to exploring new sonic territories. Designed to complement high-energy live performances, this single promises to be a visually explosive and unforgettable experience for our followers.”

Watch the music video for “Ghost Of Me” below.

Chris Farren – “Cosmic Leash”

Alongside the announcement of his new album, Doom Singer, Chris Farren shared the lead single, “Cosmic Leash.” 

Describing the track, Farren says, “‘Cosmic Leash’ is about fighting the urge to romanticize the past but inevitably succumbing to the sentimental rot of nostalgia. Also, the song kicks ass.”

Check out the video for “Cosmic Leash” below.

I See Stars – “Anomaly” and “Drift”

I See Stars released “Anomaly” and “Drift,” two tracks off the band’s upcoming album.

Lead vocalist Devin Oliver shares:

“Anomaly was created from self-reflection and introspection during a time in my life when I was in and out of the hospital for 2 years battling a rare neurological disorder that led to me to chronic physical pain, headaches, & depression. It’s a powerful reminder to me that the clock is ticking and we must live on our own terms, true to ourselves and our values while battling the feeling of despair that comes when the world seems to be working against you.”

Speaking about “Drift,” Oliver shares, “[This song] nods to the concept of our upcoming album. This song was written to be bipolar by nature, giving you no choice but to surrender to the ebbs and flows of your thoughts and emotions, pulling you in and out of focus. This song highlights a newfound sense of clarity in the wheel that we all submit to. It continues to spin in and out of a dark trip that provokes as it forces us to explore the murky depths of our minds and uncharted territories of our own psyche.”

Stream “Anomaly” and “Drift” below.

Dream Wife – “Who Do You Wanna Be?”

London’s Dream Wife unleashed their newest single, “Who Do You Wanna Be?” The track is the fourth released off their upcoming album, Social Lubrication, out June 9 via Lucky Number. 

Dream Wife says the track is “about running on the capitalist treadmill and falling face first on the pavement.”

“Hollow slogans, social media activism without action, leftist infighting, monetizing feminism, ‘girl boss’, all soul-crushing nonsense. Capitalism consumes everything. We should tear down the unreachable anxiety-filled idea of perfectionism and move from hyper-individualized narrative to collective action to create hopeful, rebellious, collective, systems of care. This is a call to arms for change.”

Watch the video for “Who Do You Wanna Be?” below.

Miley Cyrus – “Jaded” (Video)

Following the release of her eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation, Miley Cyrus shared the music video for the hit track “Jaded.”

Directed by Jacob Bixenman, the low-key video features Cyrus singing the track among the breeze of the California landscapes and white bedsheets.

Watch the video for “Jaded” below.

The Used – “Giving Up”

The Used released a new single, “Giving Up,” from their new album Toxic Positivity, out now.

To describe the track, vocalist Bert McCracken shares a Shakespeare quote that reads, “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.”

Stream “Giving Up” below, and listen to The Used’s new album Toxic Positivity here.


PVRIS shared another new single, “LOVE IS A…,” off her forthcoming album EVERGREEN, out July 14. The track follows previously released singles, “GOOD ENEMY,” “GODDESS,” “ANYWHERE BUT HERE,” and “ANIMAL.”

PVRIS says “LOVE IS A…” is “inspired by the French phrase ‘la petite mort’ aka the ‘little death.'”

Watch the visualizer for “LOVE IS A…” below. Pre-order and pre-save EVERGREEN here.

NxWorries – “Daydreaming”

NxWorries, the duo of Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, dropped a new single titled “Daydreaming.” The song is a taste of what is to come on the duo’s second album, out later this year.

The music video, directed by Knxwledge, was created using editing tools from Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V and Anderson .Paak’s official GTA character.

Watch the video for “Daydreaming” below.

Hozier – “Francesca”

Hozier shared a new single titled “Francesca” from his forthcoming album Unreal Unearth. 

The track, which explores the concepts of Dante’s Inferno and lust, follows previously released singles, “All Things End,” and “Eat Your Young. Unreal Unearth will be released August 18 via Columbia Records.

Stream “Francesca” below, and pre-order Unreal Unearth here.

Holding Absence – “False Dawn”

Alongside the announcement of their third album, The Noble Art of Self Destruction, Holding Absence released a new single, “False Dawn.”

On the track, Holding Absence shares:

“This is definitely a personal favorite for all of us on the record! A somewhat defeatist song about denouncing expectations, and coming to grips with failure, this song is a quintessential Holding Absence song, with its uptempo energy and downtrodden introspection. We hope you enjoy!”

Watch the video for “False Dawn” below. Pre-order The Noble Art of Self Destruction here ahead of its August 25 release.

Sleep Token – “Take Me Back To Eden”

Sleep Token released their third studio album, Take Me Back To Eden, and shared the visualizer for the title track.

The visualizer for “Take Me Back To Eden” is the concluding piece of the album’s animated series. Later this year, Sleep Token embarks on a sold-out U.S. tour.

Listen to Take Me Back To Eden here. Watch the visualizer for the title track below.

Boys Like Girls – “Blood And Sugar”

After an 11-year hiatus, Boys Like Girls are back with a new single, “Blood And Sugar.”

On the track, Boys Like Girls’ Martin Johnson says:

“Thematically the song is fairly simple, an empty-calorie relationship that’s so delicious you don’t care. You’re willing to deal with the crash. It continues to beat you down yet you keep coming back for more pain…almost like you’ve learned to love it. Why this obsession? We’re only skin and bone. Humans. Just blood and sugar, really. I think everyone has an infatuation with something bad for them. Cigarettes. Sports gambling. Porn. Internet validation. Pills that change the way you feel. Buying too many shoes. I know I spend a lot of time trying to fill the empty hole where drugs used to be. I spend most of the time trying to fill that hole with “perfection.” But in the end…nobody’s perfect. Hey. we’re only blood and sugar, right?”

Watch the video for “Blood And Sugar” below.

ThxSoMch – “Swap Places”

Toronto’s ThxSoMch released the official music video for his new single, “Swap Places.” Additionally, the artist shared his debut EP, Sleez. 

Talking about the album, ThxSoMch says, “Whether people want to admit or not, they’re all fucked in the head to some degree, —and that version of yourself is Sleez.”

Watch the video for “Swap Places” below, and listen to Sleez here.

Trevor Hall – “Hello My Son”

Folk artist Trevor Hall released a new track, “Hello My Son.” The song accompanied the announcement of his new album, Trevor Hall and The Great In Between, out September 15.

Check out “Hello My Son” below.  

Hail The Sun – “Chunker”

Hail The Sun announced their new album, Divine Inner Tension, out August 11 via Equal Vision Records. Alongside the announcement comes the album’s first single, “Chunker.”

Regarding “Chunker,” Hail The Sun says:

“What we give out is what we get back. The confidence we have in our abilities to overcome and thrive is endless. Admittedly, doubt can fuel this confidence from non-believers, as trust is intimidating. It is threatening. And this can feel good. However, when spite lingers around, it only poisons the person harboring it, and we have been those people several times. Letting it go aligns with the initial cause of putting out what we want back, to begin with. Thus we grow.”

Watch the video for “Chunker” below. Pre-order and pre-save Divine Inner Tension here.

Post Malone – “Mourning”

Following the announcement of his forthcoming album Austin, Post Malone released a new single, “Mourning.”

The new album debuts July 28 via Mercury Records and Republic Records. Additionally, Post Malone will embark on his North American “If Y’all Weren’t Here, I’d Be Crying” tour this summer.

Stream “Mourning” below. Pre-order and pre-save Austin here.