Noah Cyrus and DNCE's New Music Releases Will Leave You Feeling All Sorts of Emotional

It's Friday, everyone.

And while that's generally a call for celebration, with the new music releases from Noah Cyrus, DNCE and more, you're about to be taken on an emotional rollercoaster.

Grab a box of tissues, put on your headphones and get ready to cry tears of happiness, sadness and everything in between.

Noah Cyrus and DNCE

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1. "Make Me (Cry)" by Noah Cyrus feat. Labrinth

Miley Cyrus's younger sister has seriously blown us away with her new single "Make Me (Cry)." Her voice has us speechless, and after listening to the song one too many times, we were definitely curled up in a ball of emotions on the floor. Yeah, it's that good.

 

2. "Imperfect Circle" by Jorja Smith

Soul and R&B singer-songwriter Jorja Smith has one heck of a powerful message everyone needs to take to heart in her song "Imperfect Circle" off her Project 11 EP. At a time like this, we all need something that will inspire us to change the world for the better. This song does just the trick.

 

3. "Unsweet" by DNCE

Pop band DNCE has finally dropped their debut album and we cannot get enough of the sweet tunage they've dropped into our lives. "Cake by the Ocean" is a solid jam, but their album is filled with plenty more pop masterpieces that you'll be singing along to until the end of time. "Unsweet" just so happens to be one of them.

 

4. "Holy Ground" by Banners

We first got into alternative artist Banners when we heard his tune "Into the Storm" a couple months back. And, once again, he's delivered a sincere song that will tug at your heartstrings like no other tune has ever done before.

 

5. "Fading" by Vallis Alps

Electropop duo Vallis Alps' new single "Fading" is a dance tune if there ever was one. There's no sense in fighting the urge to bust a move while listening to it.

 

Don't forget, you can listen to these songs whenever, wherever thanks to the Spotify playlist below.

 

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