Get ready to soundtrack your weekend with more of the latest batch of new music releases! Here’s a look at some of the hottest new tracks and albums dropping today.


Italian electronic trio MEDUZA have unveiled the highly anticipated UEFA EURO2024 Official Song ‘FIRE’, alongside fellow GRAMMY® nominated OneRepublic, and German singer-songwriter Leony. Listen to the song HERE.

On the release, MEDUZA said: “Now more than ever, the power of music to unite us all is undeniable. We’re so excited to see the release of ‘FIRE’, the official anthem for UEFA EURO 2024 and hope the song ignites the passion of football and music enthusiasts worldwide and brings them together in celebration. We’re pumped for the tournament to kick off and to light up the stage!”

The song is a powerful showcase of collaboration, merging MEDUZA’s much-loved anthemic house production, OneRepublic’s compelling soundscapes, and Leony’s pop expertise into a track that embodies the fervour and spirit of football and music aficionados alike. It’s a celebration of the unity, diversity, and exhilaration of the UEFA EURO2024 tournament, poised to be the pulsating heart of this summer’s festivities.


Australian duo Angus & Julia Stone release their sixth studio album Cape Forestier, out now via Play It Again Sam. The twelve track LP includes new single, ‘Down To The Sea,’ which comes complete with a stunning video.

Cape Forestier plays like a storybook from the hearts and minds of Angus & Julia Stone, with each song revealing itself as a different page. Reminiscent of their earlier records, the songs move from love stories like ‘My Little Anchor’ or the soaring ‘Somehow,’ a burning tale of unrequited love, to the likes of ‘Down to The Sea’ that explore a unique view of society and what goes on around us. Together, the tracks on Cape Forestier are strikingly poignant and textured recordings that immediately draw listeners into the simple and endearing vision of Angus and Julia Stone’s world.

Speaking on the new single, Julia says: “‘Down to the Sea’ emerged after a really intense three-year tour cycle for Down the Way. The first version of the song felt really different—more anxious in its production, which was probably a reflection of the tension I felt during its creation. Because of this, it wasn’t a song I felt drawn to, however, it resurfaced during a conversation and the idea to rework and restructure the production with the feeling of this album made sense.”


First released in May 1970 amidst the swirl of The Beatles’ breakup, the “Let It Be” film, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, now takes its rightful place in the band’s history. Once viewed through a darker lens, the film is now brought to light through its meticulous restoration by Park Road Post Production in the context of revelations brought forth in Peter Jackson’s multiple Emmy Award®-winning docuseries, “The Beatles: Get Back.” Released on Disney+ in 2021, the docuseries showcases the iconic foursome’s warmth and camaraderie, capturing a pivotal moment in music history.

The “Let It Be” film contains footage not featured in the “Get Back” docuseries, bringing viewers firstly into rehearsals, then the studio and finally onto Apple Corps’ London rooftop in January 1969 as The Beatles, joined by Billy Preston, write and record their GRAMMY Award®-winning Let It Be album, with its Academy Award®-winning title song, and perform live for the final time as a group.

In 2021, The Beatles’ Let It Be album was mixed in stereo, 5.1 surround and Dolby Atmos by producer Giles Martin and mix engineer Sam Okell for a range of Special Edition packages released by Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe. The album’s Super Deluxe CD, vinyl and digital collections also feature 27 previously unreleased session recordings, a four-track Let It Be EP, and the never before released 14-track Get Back stereo LP mix compiled by engineer Glyn Johns in May 1969.

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