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20 songs you need to hear this week

October 07 2017, 12:55 PM EDT By Maggie Dickman


[Photo by: Father Mountain/DAVID OD, Have Mercy/Megan Thompson, Slaughter Beach, Dog/Jess Flynn]

You’re welcome: We’ve made finding new songs by rising bands easy. Each week, we’re gathering the best from the underground and offering it to you in one, concise list. Scroll to the end and check out our Spotify Discover playlist, featuring these tracks and more!

In response, we want to hear your favorite. Let us know what track you’ll be spinning for the rest of the weekend in the comments!

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Have Mercy – “Reaper”

To celebrate the band’s fall headlining tour, Have Mercy debuted a special digital duo of acoustic tracks titled Reaper/Ghost, featuring an acoustic version of fan-favorite song “Reaper” from their recently released album, Make The Best Of It.

nothing,nowhere. – “Skully”

nothing,nowhere. debuted his new track “Skully,” taken from his forthcoming, debut LP Reaper, announced yesterday.

Smidley – “Milkshake”

Foxing singer Conor Murphy’s side project Smidley debuted a new music video to go along with his track “Milkshake,” taken from his full-length album Smidley.

Pageants – “Cacti For Clothes”

Pageants, featuring members of members of Avi Buffalo, Cherry Glazzer & Best Coast, debuted their dreamy new song, “Cacti For Clothes,” taken from their debut album Forever, out Nov. 3.

Slaughter Beach, Dog – “Acolyte”

Slaughter Beach, Dog, featuring Jake of Modern Baseball, released their new love song “Acolyte,” taken from their new album Birdie, out Oct. 27.

Father Mountain – “Friends”

Indie/alt act Father Mountain debuted the music video for their song “Friends,” taken from their forthcoming, debut album Apartment Living.

WOES – “Losing Time”

Marking the kickoff of their UK run with Neck Deep, Scottish pop-punks Woes released their new video for “Losing Time.”

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