We’re nearly three weeks into 2024, and the new year is already overflowing with great new music from today’s top stars in every genre.
Nearly four years since their last studio LP — 2020’s Father of All… — Green Day are back with a brand new album, Saviors, featuring a slew of singles including the Rock Airplay chart-topper “The American Dream Is Killing Me.” Starting July 29 at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., Green Day will kickoff the North America leg of their highly anticipated worldwide stadium tour in support of Saviors. The jaunt will celebrate both the 30th anniversary of Dookie and the 20th anniversary of American Idiot.
Meanwhile, over on the singles side of music, Nicki Minaj surprised fans with a Future collaboration called “Press Play,” while Bleachers is continuing the rollout for an upcoming album era with “Tiny Moves,” alongside an accompanying music video starring frontman Jack Antonoff’s wife Margaret Qualley.
Mumford & Sons teamed up with Pharrell Williams for “Good People,” which was previewed during the Louis Vuitton Men’s Autumn/Winter 2024 collection runway show on Tuesday (Jan. 16) at Paris Fashion Week. Additionally, Norah Jones unveiled the first taste from her upcoming ninth album Visions, due in March, with the new single “Running.” Lastly, Kygo and Ava Max brought the nostalgic vibes with “Whatever,” which lifts its chorus from Shakira’s English-language breakout single “Whenever, Wherever.”
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