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New Music: 16 June 2016

Nick Fradiani - Get you home
American Idol winner Nick Fradiani gave viewers a taste of his forthcoming album with a teaser of the new single, "Get You Home," on the Feb. 11 broadcast.

Fradiani- - who returned to the show to duet with contestants Gianna Isabella and Thomas Stringfellow -- shared a clip of the song immediately after the show on his Twitter feed.

"Here is a clip of my new single Get You Home that you heard on @AmericanIdol tonight & will be available very soon," he wrote.

The song is a departure from the earnest rock the Connecticut native recorded with his band, Beach Avenue. "Get You Home" shows off a funkier side of Fradiani, with a nod to late '80s rap artist Young MC. "Get You Home" also features Fradiani singing in a higher key with a sweet falsetto as he croons, "you are in control/teach me how to touch you" and wraps with the throwback lyrics "you want it, you got it."


The Strumbellas - Spirits
The six-piece recently signed to Glassnote Records on the heels of two successful albums in their native Canada. Today (Jan. 28), The Strumbellas are premiering the music video for their new song “Spirits” on Billboard, along with a Q&A with lead singer Simon Ward. 

“Spirits” comes from their forthcoming third LP Hope. The album was produced and engineered by Dave Schiffman and hits stores April 22. “Spirits” has already been getting good looks at alternative/rock radio stations like KROQ in Los Angeles and KITS in San Francisco. 

Below, check out the “Spirits” video. It was filmed at Toronto’s St. Aidan’s Anglican Church, directed by Daniel AM Rosenberg and produced by Michael Goldlist.