It's time to start updating your Spotify playlists, but don't worry, we aren't talking Christmas songs just yet.
There have been some amazing new music releases recently from so many different artists, so no matter what you're into this November is bringing all kinds of tracks. Check them out below and maybe you'll find you're next headbanger or someone you've never heard before.
Sigala ft Ella Henderson
The follow up to this summer’s hit single ‘Wish You Well,’ Sigala’s seventh Top 10 single and ninth global gold single, ‘We Got Love’ is another anthem-in-the-making. The perfectly orchestrated collaboration with Sigala's hypnotic beats and Ella Henderson's powerful voice, has created this epic winter anthem.
Back with another banger, Dua Lipa is storming the stage with this one. 'Don't Stop Now' will be on at the club this weekend giving you those all-nighter vibes. Teasing the track the day before its release, the pop singer let one lucky fan listen first on BBC Radio 1, I think it's safe to say we've never been more jealous in our lives.
AJ Tracey ft Skepta
For those who prefer something a little rawer, AJ Tracey and Skepta released their new track, 'Kiss and Tell'. This collaboration puts to rest any previous feuds the pair has had, the song dropped with its video on Halloween. The old-fashioned style of grains in the homemade video shows them all around a fancy hotel and even snippets of Skepta's latest tour, Ignorance Is Bliss.
The long-awaited song from Harry Styles, 'Lights Up', this follows the great success of his first ever solo album humbly called 'Harry Styles'. He has now announced that his second solo album, 'Fine Line', which is set to be released on the 13th December. Truly stepping out of the One Direction mould, this new song is expressing his wilder and more creative side with its psychedelic pre-chorus.
Martin Garrux ft Dean Lewis
This highly anticipated track 'Used To Love', is a chilled acoustic dance track with meaningful lyrics but still gives you the bass to sing your heart out. The song dropped last week and has already received great reviews with fans going crazy for it.
Krept and Konan
Their brand new track 'Tell Me' was supposed to be huge, and for a brief moment it was, but unfortunately, Krept, one half of the duo was injured in a knife attack only days after the drop and they've had to postpone their tour to recover. We can still appreciate the music but we can't wait to see the huge comeback as the pair talk about not letting this violent attack stop them.
After an explosive personal summer of identity and inspiration, Sam Smith has released his cover track of Donna Summer's, 'I Feel Love'. Celebrated as an LGBTQ+ anthem, this disco classic song is sending all kinds of vibrations down to your feet with only one way out, to dance. The song has been covered a few times by the likes of Madonna, Smith tweeted, "as a queer person ‘I Feel Love’ has followed me to every dance floor in every queer space from the minute I started clubbing".
Name a strong trio, tied together in a sisterly bond, HAIM have released 'Now I'm In It', their latest single. Expressing the deeper and darker side of their emotions, the song is a what's known in the industry as a "sad banger". As you hear in most of the band's music, they always carry the hard baseline but can manipulate it and adapt it to suit the message they are conveying, 'Now I'm In It' is no different, but still is a great song to listen to if you're feeling blue.
Back with his vulnerable and heartfelt lyrics, Tom Walker releases his latest single, the power ballad, 'Heartbeats'. Teasing his new deluxe album, 'What A Time To Be Alive', this is the second single he has released, the album will be released this Friday (8th November).
Sigma ft Jack Savoretti
Unlike most electronic acts, Sigma hold a unique position in that they are able to enjoy commercial success whilst still remaining true to their underground drum and bass routes, making them one of the most inventive and thrilling acts in British dance music. ‘You And Me As One’ is Sigma at their momentous best and it features the soulful vocals of Jack Savoretti.