New Music Friday: DREAMCAR, Cold War Kids, Pentatonix & More

DREAMCAR today released "Born To Lie", the expansive second track off their self-titled debut album, due out May 12 via Columbia Records. Starting today, DREAMCAR is available for pre-order. Fans who pre-order the album will receive instant downloads of "Born To Die" and debut single "Kill For Candy". DREAMCAR features members of Southern California's seminal pop/rock band No Doubt – Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont – and dynamic frontman for AFI, Blaqk Audio and XTRMST, Davey Havok.

PENTATONIX released PTX Vol. IV, CLASSICS. Today, they debut their new music video for their cover of Queen's classic "Bohemian Rhapsody."

With less than a month to go until the release of his debut album The Days We Had [May 5, Harvest Records], Day Wave shares the music video for the album's first single "Something Here." The song definitely has a nostalgic tone to our favorite emo days!

Cold War Kids release their new album LA Divine today.  The album – which is their sixth studio L.P. and first for Capitol Records – pays tribute to Los Angeles in all its strange glory, embodying the Long Beach band's endless fascination with their adopted hometown.  Produced by their frequent collaborator Lars Stalfors (Health, Local Natives), the album opens with lead single "Love is Mystical," which was praised by NME for taking the band's "rousing and soulful anthemics to new heights."

Portland native, Alexandra Savior releases her highly-anticipated debut album, Belladonna of Sadness via Columbia Records. In addition to “Shades,” Belladonna of Sadness features other previously released songs, “M.T.M.E.,” “Mystery Girl,” and official first single “Mirage.”

Acclaimed DJ and producer DJ Cassidy returns with an infectious new single, “Honor,” featuring GRACE & Lil Yachty. The track is available everywhere today via RCA Records.




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