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57 New Songs You Need In Your Life This Month

The best new indie, rap, pop, and country for July, in no particular order.

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1. Utah-based band The Aces' dreamy, femme “Stuck.”

2. Twenty One Pilots' warped Suicide Squad soundtrack single, "Heathens."

3. Australian producer Flume's crystalline Beck collab, “Tiny Cities."

4. “L.A.N.C.E.," a laidback banger and warning shot from Kelly Rowland's Chasing Destiny girl group, June's Diary.

5. Rae Sremmurd's syrupy “#DoYoga."

6. Pop shapeshifter Becky G's first Spanish-language single, “Sola."

7. Indie-rock singer Mitski tense, anthemic “Happy.”

8. Girls' Generation alum Taeyeon's synth-splosion, “Why."

9. Pop singer Ferras' disco-hued “Closer.”

10. Jamie Lynn Spears's country ode to taking it slow, “Sleepover.”

11. Newcomer Annabel Jones' glum, glitchy “Happy."

12. Rihanna's latest Sia-penned masterpiece, “Sledgehammer."

13. K-pop boy band Exo's massive, laser-like “Monster.”

14. R&B duo They.'s crunchy, guitar-driven “Say When."

15. Texan teenager Khalid's sparse, soulful “Let’s Go.”

16. Tyler, The Creator's funky, roller rink-ready remix of Zayn Malik's “Pillow Talk.”

17. “Make It Up," some pitch-perfect '80s-pop from singer-songwriter Shura.

18. “Alaska," some folk-pop from Maggie Rogers — aka the NYU student whose music made Pharrell Williams cry.

19. Miguel does his Sex God thing on the easygoing “Come Through And Chill."

20. Teen heartthrob Shawn Mendes' "Stitches" sequel, “Treat You Better.”

21. American Idol alum Fantasia's thrilling “Sleeping With The One I Love."

22. New York-based electro-pop duo Phantogram's commanding "You Don't Get Me High Anymore"

23. Nick Jonas' delightfully goofy “Bacon.”

24. Mabel's sexy, '90s-esque “Thinking Of You.”

25. Eden's big, triumphant, Lorde-approved “Sex."

26. K-pop star Tiffany's moody dancefloor ballad, “Heartbreak Hotel."

27. Clams Casino and Vince Staples' distorted party anthem, “All Nite.”

28. Daniel Wilson's rapturous “Sinner Of The Week."

29. Latin-pop singer Leslie Grace's flirty, reggaeton-tinged “Aire (ft. Maluma).

30. Singer-songwriter Bishat's warm, warbly “Mine

31. Troye Sivan and Alessia Cara's youthful, affectionate “Wild."

32. London-based rock band Wolf Alice's explosive “Lisbon."

33. Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris' proper banger, “Hype."

34. Beyoncé's buzzing, unapologetic“Sorry."

35. Teen singer-songwriter Billie Marten's hushed, delicate “La Lune."

36. EDM duo Cash Cash sugary sweet party-starter, “Millionaire (ft. Nelly)."

37. Jidenna's swaggering “Chief Don’t Run."

38. Country upstart Mickey Guyton's better-with-out-him “Heartbreak Song."

39. Gnash's feels-heavy viral sensation, “i hate u, i love u (ft. Olivia O’Brien)."

40. Internet-famous violinist Lindsey Stirling's EDM instrumental, “The Arena."

41. Fletcher's infectious, Taylor Swift-meets-Katy Perry power pop anthem, "Avalanche."

42. Lemaitre's whistle-heavy throwback, “We Got U (ft. The Knocks)."

43. The Girl And The Dreamcatcher's pleading “Make You Stay."

44. Atlanta-based goth-soul princess Abra's chill, lo-fi “Crybaby."

45. Bastille's upbeat and heartbroken“Good Grief."

46. Chicago-born rapper Dreezy's velvety “Close To You (ft. T-Pain).”

47. Elle King's raspy foot-stomper, “Good Girls."

48. Country singer Dustin Lynch's sexy, R&B-tinged “Seein’ Red."

49. Tony Award winner Daveed Digg's rap group Clipping's dark, nervy “Wriggle.”

50. Wale's feel-good crush song, “My PYT."

51. Indie-pop singer Young Summer's hazy, technicolored “Alright."

52. LostBoyCrow's glittery “Free From The Start (ft. Goldhouse)."

53. “Phoenix," an appealingly low-key bit of empowerment pop from Disney star Olivia Holt.

54. Country singer Maren Morris's modernized car song, “80s Mercedes."

55. Indie EDM duo Bassline Drift's spacey love song, "Our Own Home."

56. Wrabel's propulsive, lovesick “11 Blocks."

57. Angel Olsen's punchy, demanding "Shut Up Kiss Me."

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