New Music Friday: Ruel, LANY, Melanie C - Feat: Nadia Rose, Bailey Bryan, Liza Owen, Mishaal & Alke

Ruel announces his forthcoming EP, "Bright Lights, Red Eyes," out October 23rd via RCA Records. Written entirely in Paris, the EP is the third from the Australian artist, following last year's "Free Time," which MTV described as "an accomplished reflection of Ruel's stated influences, contemporary touchstones, and his own, growing voice."

Los Angeles-based trio LANY share a new track, “Cowboy In LA.” The track is from their forthcoming third album, "Mama’s Boy," out October 2 on Interscope Records.  

The legendary artist and Spice Girl, Melanie C has released a brand new track, "Fearless," featuring U.K rapper and rising star Nadia Rose. The track is taken from her hugely anticipated self-titled eighth studio album, which will be released on October 2 and includes her lead single "In And Out Of Love."

 
300 Entertainment's Bailey Bryan  releases new track, "Roster," and accompanying visualizer video.  Co-written by Bryan with Joe Ginsberg and Jon Santana, as well as produced by Santana, the relatable song for anyone in a "situationship" unwavers with its no-BS warning: "don't make me fill up my roster, not that I want to, just that this feeling's a monster," driven by an intentionally moody beat that a sneak peak of has already garnered over One Million views on Tik Tok ahead of its release.
 
Pop songstress Liza Owen returns to the spotlight unfiltered with her brand new single, "Getting Good" via EPIC Records. Written alongside co-writers Julian Bunetta, Shungudzo, John Ryan, Andrew Haas, and Ian Franzino and produced by ASL, "Getting Good" tells the ultimate story of self-destruction and the lengths we go to leading ourselves down the wrong paths.
 
Rising singer/songwriter Mishaal releases his new track and visual for "Peddle Bike" via RCA Records.  On the release Mishaal states: "With the song 'Peddle Bike' I aim to peddle the idea that there is nothing wrong with seeking help if you're not okay. If you aren't okay, you should always get help no matter the stigma."
 
Alke (al*kee), the nostalgia pop project of Los Angeles based producer Jameson Flood and Kesley Karrasch, have released their brand-new song and music video for "Somebody Who."

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