Despite most of our daily lives being on pause for the near future, artists from all genres are still set to be releasing new music in the upcoming months. Music can help cope through hard times, bring people together and motivate us to keep on looking forward. Here are some new music releases to look forward to this month:

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Troye Sivan 

Set to debut on April 1st, Troye Sivan will be releasing his first solo single Take Yourself Home. He has also teased that he is currently writing new music from home, and there will be more releases to come soon.

Sam Hunt

Including his previous hits Body Like a Back Road and Drinkin’ Too MuchSOUTHSIDE will be the 3rd studio album release for country artist Sam Hunt. Hunt has taken his time with the delivery of this album following the success of its successor, Montevallo, but the 12 songs album is now ready to release on April 3rd.

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Steve Aoki

Neon Future IV is the upcoming sixth studio album by American DJ and producer Steve Aoki scheduled to be released on April 3rd. With 27 songs, the collection includes collaborations with artists like Icona Pop, Tory Lanez, the Backstreet Boys, Zooey Deschanel, Matthew Koma and many more.

The Stokes

For the American rock band, The Strokes, the release of their upcoming album The New Abnormal, will be the first in 7 years since their 2013 release of their album Comedown Machine. It will also mark their first release since their Future Present Past EP in 2016. The album has a total of 9 songs and will make its full debut on April 10th.

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Tory Lanez

Following in the path of recent Canadian artist music releases, Tory Lanez is set to drop his new album New Toronto 3, on April 10th. For the Canadian rapper, singer and producer, this will be his 5th studio album since his first album debut in August 2016.

Luke Bryan

Set to release April 24th, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here will be the 7th studio album release for American country music superstar and singer and songwriter Luke Bryan. Consisting of 10 songs, Born Here Live Here Die Here includes Bryan’s 23rd No. 1 single Knockin’ Boots and What She Wants Tonight.

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The 1975

With 22 songs, Notes On a Conditional Form will be the 4th studio album for Britain’s alternative group, The 1975. Set to release on April 24th, five songs from the album are already available for you to add to your libraries and enjoy.

Lennon Stella

Three. Two. One. is the debut album for upcoming artists Lennon Stella set to release on April 24th. The Oshawa, ON native, first started off her musical career with her role as Maddie Conrad on the hit ABC/CMT musical drama series Nashville where, in a duo with her younger sister, she would mainly cover songs on the show. Soon after the show ended in 2018, she began her solo career and has since released an EP and singles. You might recognize her today for her hit single La Di Da or in her collaboration song, Polaroid, with Jonas Blue and Liam Payne.

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AWOLNATION

For the alternative group formed in 2009, Angel Miners & the Lightning Riders is set to be the 4th studio album release for AWOLNATION. The album is set to release on April 24th, and it will include ten songs of which four have already released.

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