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New Music: 10 May 2017

Shawn Mendes - There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
Shawn Mendes isn't holding back his new material. The 18-year-old dropped his latest single, "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back".

The track is part of Mendes' deluxe edition of Illuminate, which he re-released to include the new single. The song's sound falls right in line with the guitar-laced goodness he brought on his sophomore effort, but this time bringing in a little more edge with some strong electric guitar and strained vocals on the chorus.

"It's equal parts what is amazing about this album, and what I'm so excited for about the music I have coming up next," Mendes said in a statement about the song. He'll be performing the track on his Illuminate World Tour, which begins April 27 in Glasgow and will hit the United States starting July 6 in Portland. 



Niall Horan - Slow Hands
As the non-tattooed, blonde-haired, blue-eyed heartthrob in One Direction, Horan has always been the good boy of his bandmates. His bold hair color change (to brown) helped show that he's coming into his own in the post-1D days, but writing a song about a girl taking a guy home certainly serves as an indication that he's no longer as innocent as fans once knew him.

Starting out with the opening line "We should take this back to my place," Horan cuts right to the chase with the track's subject. But he doesn't include any vulgarity or direct references, and instead uses the almost bluesy beat to set the mood -- and still manages a couple semi-scandalous lines like "No, no chance / That I'm leaving here without you on me." 




John Mayer - In the Blood
"Blood" is from Mayer's album The Search for Everything, which ranks at No. 23 on the Billboard 200 (20,000 equivalent album units) after debuting at No. 3 (132,000) on the May 6-dated chart. It also leads Billboard's Americana/Folk Albums chart for a second week.

While Mayer records for Columbia Records (under Sony Music), his first foray to country radio is being steered by Arista Nashville, specifically under the Sony Music Nashville umbrella. (Columbia is also beginning to promote the song to Mayer's home base of adult alternative radio; he's notched 16 top 10s, including six No. 1s, on the Adult Alternative Songs chart.)




RO - Save Me
“As artists, we’re focused and always working towards perfecting our craft. Good enough isn’t enough. Every song we’ve written has a secret meaning that only we know. You have to decide for yourself, because music is personal.” ~ RO

You can’t ignore RO’s ‘cooler than you’ bromance, which brings a laid-back vibe to any room. They’re your comb-over, V-neck, shades-indoors and skinny-jeans-with-boots type of dudes. They’re so genuine, it makes you feel you’ve known them for a lifetime.




NeedToBreathe ft Serena Ryder - Hard Love
Hard Love also represents a distinct shift in style, taking the band from the anthem-heavy Southern rock and folk of 2014's Rivers in the Wasteland to decidedly more dance-influenced territory, as on the Shovels and Rope collaboration "Great Night," which bears a trace of Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus," or the soulful funk groove of "Money and Fame." "Some of our fans might think that some of the synth-y things, programmed drums, stuff like that, is like a pop thing," says singer Bear Rinehart. "That's not the way we view it. We saw it as like this new frontier that we had never touched."