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20 songs you need to hear this week

November 11 2017, 12:11 PM EST By Maggie Dickman


[Photo by: The Wombats/Phil Smithies, Gleemer/Jack Garland, Field Medic/Newsha Naderzad]

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!

Read more: 18 new songs you need to hear this week

Field Medic – “do a little dope”

Self-proclaimed “freak folk/post country” artist Field Medic released a live version of his track “do a little dope,” an unreleased track off Songs From The Sunroom, a compilation of his lo-fi Bandcamp releases, out now via Run For Cover.

Mike Frazier And The Dying Wild – “Lavender”

Singer/songwriter Mike Frazier debuted his Americana-laden new song “Lavender,” taken from his forthcoming full-length Elegy, due out Nov. 17 via A-F Records.

Gleemer – “Pressure”

Gleemer released their dreamy-yet-powerful new song “Pressure,” taken from their forthcoming record Anymore, due out Nov. 17.

In Her Own Words – “Right Now”

In Her Own Words debuted their new song “Right Now,” taken from the Deluxe Edition of Unfamiliar, due out Dec. 8.

The Wombats – “Lemon To A Knife Fight”

Liverpool trio the Wombats released their electrifying new single “Lemon To A Knife Fight,” taken from their forthcoming album, Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life.

Ovtlier – “...Ready For It?” (Taylor Swift cover)

Metal/hard rock group Ovtlier debuted a hard-hitting take on Taylor Swift’s song “...Ready For It,” ahead of the release of their new EP What Doesn’t Kill You.

Skylines – “Sunface”

Emo act Skylines debuted their new single “Sunface.”

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