Tunify offers you a wide variety of new releases this week.
Later this year Bryan Adams will blow out sixty candles and look back at a successful forty-year career. Today, the Canadian rockstar releases his fourteenth studio album. As long as you don’t expect throbbing techno music nor trap, Bryan will not disappoint you.
In The Netherlands, they know the-guy-with-the-quite-original-name Mercy John for some years now. He releases that all-important second album, marked by a notable raw sound. He battled depression and with the new songs, he reflects on the struggle.
Overachievers Weezer already recorded their second album this year. Following a collection of convincing covers, they bring you brand new songs. Although the guys are midlifers, titles such as “High As A Kite” and “Zombie Bastards” suggest that puberty is not really over yet.
Last week Scottish songsmith Tom Walker won ‘Best Breakthrough Act’ at the Brit Awards. This week he delivers his long-awaited debut album, especially for your eager ears.
Curious about the Belgian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv? Pierre Dumoulin, the man behind Blanche’s “City Lights” in 2017, was summoned by public broadcaster RTBF to write for 18-year old Eliot. Whether or not “Wake Up” can keep Europe awake, we won’t know for sure until mid-May. Within ten days, The Netherlands will have to show their true colors with the entry from Duncan Laurence. So, hopefully, we can provide further details on the matter next week.
Also newly added to your Tunify player are the sophomore album from Hozier, a remarkable collaboration between the legendary producer Alan Parsons and songster Jason Mraz and fresh sounds from The Japanese House, The Cactus Blossoms, Weavel, Queensrÿche, FEWS, Little Simz, Carly Rae Jepsen, Ellie Goulding, Solange and Morrissey.
So, take your pick from Tunify: something for your mind, your body ànd your soul!