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New Music: 04 August 2016

Olly Murs - You Don't Know Love
This is just great pop…finally.

Olly Murs offered up “You Don’t Know Love,” the lead single from his forthcoming fifth studio album, today and it’s a perfect, synth-driven summer confection. The British singer co-wrote the track with heavyweights Steve Robson (Murs’ “Troublemaker”), Camille Purcell (Little Mix’s “Black Magic”) and Wayne Hector (The Wanted’s “Glad You Came”). That impressive pop pedigree shines through brilliantly here.

Good ol’ Olly just gets better with each release. And dare we say it, this might be his finest single to date.

 

 

 

Alessia Cara - Scars To Beautiful
Posner charts his relationship with his mother, starting when he was a teenager.

"You know, I was just finishing high school, I was a little bit of a jerk to my mother," he says. "When I think about when I was 18 — I was sad a lot of the time, especially in the winter times — the struggle in my life then, pre-being invited onto the ride, if you will, was just in my own head."

 

 

 

Mike Posner - Be As You Are
With 'Be As You Are,' Mike Posner Finally Takes His Mom's Advice. Detroit singer Mike Posner's latest hit on the pop charts is — ironically — about the down sides of having a hit on the pop charts. It's called "I Took a Pill in Ibiza."

Posner charts his relationship with his mother, starting when he was a teenager.

"You know, I was just finishing high school, I was a little bit of a jerk to my mother," he says. "When I think about when I was 18 — I was sad a lot of the time, especially in the winter times — the struggle in my life then, pre-being invited onto the ride, if you will, was just in my own head."

That ride was short-lived and disorienting. Following his 2010 hit "Cooler Than Me," Posner penned hits for other people: Maroon 5 and Justin Bieber, for example. But his own career? "I got thrown off the ride," he says.

Instead of crashing and burning, Posner took a good, hard look at his life. The result: his sophomore album, At Night, Alone, which comes out on Friday.