Warner Music NZ Releases Hitting Radio Stations This Week

Charlie Puth feat. Selena Gomez – ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’

Charlie Puth has just announced ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore,’ his high-profile duet with Selena Gomez, as the next single from debut LP NINE TRACK MIND. The collaboration has already reached number 78 on the Billboard Hot 100 without promotion and has racked up tens of millions of streams online.

David Guetta feat. Zara Larsson – ‘This One's For You’

The official song for the UEFA EURO 2016 tournament is a brand new collaboration between French superstar DJ David Guetta and upcoming Swedish singer Zara Larsson. In December 2015, David Guetta, UEFA’s EURO 2016 music ambassador, called on fans of music and football to unite and record a chant via a special online application created by UEFA. The fans recordings have now been mixed together and will feature in the official UEFA EURO 2016 anthem. 

Tunji Ige - ‘On My Grind’

Young Pennsylvania MC Tunji Ige delivers an infectious, auto-tune laced hook on the song, while he also raps at an elite level throughout each of the incredible verses. Shot between Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne, and N.Y., the music video for ‘On My Grind’ is a visual survey of the great distance the young rapper's hustle has taken him in the last year. 

Letlive. – ‘Reluctantly Dead’

Radical Los Angeles punk rock band letlive.'s new song ‘Reluctantly Dead’ exemplifies the diverse pallet of sounds that letlive. incorporates on their upcoming fourth album. The track soars to an anthemic chorus, steered by searing riffs and fuelled by impassioned vocals from Jason Aalon Butler. The band’s new studio album IF I’M THE DEVIL... - due out June 10 via Epitaph Records. could be described as - a punk rock Run the Jewels, a more emotional Rage Against the Machine, and Public Enemy with more inclusive politics.

Metronomy – ‘Old Skool’

 ‘Old Skool’ is a cowbell-clattered pop belter that glimpses '00s London from the backseat of an Addison Lee. It descends into a chaotic scratch frenzy courtesy of Beastie Boys’ turntablist and Joe Mount’s childhood hero Mix Master Mike. The accompanying video directed by Dawn Shadforth features Game of ThronesBen Crompton in an explosion of ‘70s aesthetic hedonism.

Muse – ‘Aftermath’

Muse have unveiled a striking new video for their new single ‘Aftermath' the - result of Muse’s on-going creative collaborations with Japanese director Tekken. The hand-drawn video charts the experiences of a soldier after being parted from his family.

Billy Talent – ‘Afraid of Heights’

Billy Talent have just announced the release of their new album AFRAID OF HEIGHTS.  The album is heralded by the title track, which premiered on Alternative Press. In the 13 years since their inception, Billy Talent have sold nearly one million albums in Canada alone and nearly 3 million albums internationally.  The band has enjoyed tremendous success at Canadian rock radio where they have had three #1 hits that combined for 19 weeks at the top spot, five Top 5 hits, and six Top 10 hits. 

Groeni - ‘Hedre’ 

Wellington electronic trio Groeni have released their 4 track EP HINDE through Wondercore Island. To accompany the release is a video clip created by singer Alexander Green, joining two transfixing music videos already released in collaboration with young Wellington designer Joel Fear and sponsored by Radio New Zealand in partnership with Red Bull Sound Select. The video for ‘Hedre’ depicts a god's eye view of a series of rotating black and white landscapes, and juxtaposed with abstract imagery, the treatment spirals and pulses in nuanced synergy with the song's techno naturalistic rhythms and woozy synthesisers.