Rock Out to New Tunes This Summer!

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New music releases from artists and bands will soon have music fans getting excited to rock out with new tunes this summer. Fans can expect new music from artists like Lorde, Kelly Clarkson and more.

Summer is quickly approaching, and soon Snow College students will be working hard at their summer jobs, soaking in the sunshine and partying it up with new music jams. Students can expect a variety of new music releases to add to their music playlists so they prepare to roll down the windows and jam out while cruising around in the car with their friends.

Taia McDonald, a freshman at Snow College, said she has a variety of music tastes. She enjoys any type of music, from Broadway to Panic at the Disco. With new music releases coming around the corner, McDonald hopes to see more music from Indie/Folk artist Birdy, who happens to be her favorite artist.

Music artists like Harry Styles will be releasing his first solo single called “Sign of the Times” this April. Music fans can expect new album releases from artists like Lea Michele, The Chainsmokers, Kelly Clarkson and Lorde. Coldplay will also be releasing new music with an extended play of a contemplation of singles instead of a full length album known as an EP. Singer-songwriter, Lorde supposedly has one of the most anticpated albums of the year. Her album called “Melodrama,” will be released later this summer.

Madeline Allen, a student at Snow College, said she looks forward to hearing Coldplay’s new EP, “Kaleidoscope” because she grew up listening to Coldplay. She said, “They have really good music for any mood unlike other songs by other music artists.”

Not only are there new singles, EPs and album releases, but also new upcoming artists that are hitting the music industry. Julia Michaels is a new artist who is climbing her way up the charts with her current pop single, “Issues.” Michaels is a songwriter who has written for music artists like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, but is now pursuing her own solo music career.

Music fans have a lot of variety of new music and artists in the music industry to look forward to this summer. Music archaeologists can start digging new music by researching new tunes on Spotify, Pandora, and social media blog posts on Tumblr.

Snow College student, Madeline Allen, rocks her headphones in style while listening to her music. Photo by Kimberlee Brosius

Snow College student, Madeline Allen, rocks her headphones in style while listening to her music. Photo by Kimberlee Brosius

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