We start the week with a selection that will take you through the entire emotional spectrum that music can take you: we start with Sam Smith and the video for his new single Too Good At Goodbyes for the heartbroken, but then we turn up the revolutions with urban beats by the Brazilian and Dominican Jarina de Marco and the Venezuelan Corina Smith , in addition to the new tracks by Chvrches , Bleachers, Linkin Park and Pale Waves that will make this Monday your favorite day. Here we go!

1. Sam Smith, Too Good At Goodbyes

There’s nothing like slitting your wrists (metaphorically speaking, mind you) while listening to one of Sam Smith ‘s heartbreak songs , who returns this year with his second album expected to arrive later this year, although we don’t know many yet. details except that a couple of weeks ago the British released his first single, called Too Good At Goodbyes , which today receives a video in which we see Sam ending his relationships over and over again.

2. Chvrches, Call It Off (Tegan and Sara cover)

Last week, Tegan and Sara announced that they would be releasing a reissue of their album The Con to celebrate their tenth anniversary, but that they would do so with a series of covers of the songs with other artists such as Ryan Adams, Hayley Williams, Grimes and many more, and today the British group Chvrches is the first to cover the Quin sisters duo with the song Call It Off.

3. Bleachers + Lorde + Carly Rae Jepsen, Hate That You Know Me

Earlier this month, MTV revived the legendary series MTV Unplugged , and one of the first musical acts to come back was Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers , who had a couple of very special guests during their set: Lorde and Carly Rae Jepsen . , who accompanied Antonoff on the song Hate That You Know Me , taken from his recent album Gone Now .

4. Linkin Park, One More Light

On October 27, Linkin Park will perform a Chester Bennington tribute concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the proceeds of which will go to the late singer’s foundation. With the announcement, they released the music video for the song One More Light from his latest album, which also serves as a tribute to the outburst of love fans sent to the band and Bennington’s family after Bennington’s suicide. the.

5. Corina Smith, Complete

The Venezuelan singer -songwriter Corina Smith has become a musical phenomenon in that country, combining urban rhythms in tracks like La Dícil, Ahora o Nunca, Escape and Novios , and recently, the artist released another single called completa, directed by Nael and Justin , and where we see Corina with her Girl Power crew all over Caracas.

6. Pale Waves, Television Romance

One of the newer bands from the UK making more noise in recent months has been Pale Waves, an indie pop outfit whose debut album is being produced by Matty Healy . The 1975 frontman takes his role quite seriously, as he also took it upon himself to direct the band’s new video for the single Television Romance, which we can see above.

7. Eye Circuit, Black Fly

The latest album from Haley Fohr’s project, Circuit Des Yeux, will arrive on October 20 and will be titled Reaching For Indigo . So far we’ve only had the opportunity to listen to the single Paper Bag, but today we have to delight ourselves with one more called Black Fly , which at 7 minutes long is full of operatic choruses, acoustic sections and mysterious electronic accents.

8. Audia Valdez, Calling Earth

The Argentine singer -songwriter Audia Valdez recently released a new EP entitled Llamando a Tierra , made up of 4 songs in which electronica, hip hop and electronic elements are the protagonists in songs like Caminar con Benito Cerati , and the cover she makes of the renowned track by Caifanes, Outside.

9. PARTYNEXTDOOR, Own Up To Your Shit

Producer PARTYNEXTDOOR continues to bring new music: The OVO artist shared his funky and-lo-fi single called Own Up To Your Shit over the weekend , released via his official website. The track is the latest in a string of releases to follow the Colors 2 album in June, including Naked, Put It On Silent, Damn and Break Me Down .

10. Steve Lacy, 4Real

Steve Lacy, a member of the band The Internet , has already had a tremendous year 2017, producing for the likes of Kendrick Lamar and GoldLink and releasing his own solo debut, Steve Lacy’s Demo . Over the weekend, he shared a fresh new track, a Prince -inspired jam called 4Real, which you can listen to above.

11. Jarina De Marco, STFU

This Brazilian-Dominican girl has been doing it all on Diplo’s Mad Decent label , so it’s no surprise that her specialty is loud bangers , and a perfect example of that is her new single called STFU, full of incredible beats, lyrics in Portuguese, Spanish and English, and above all, a fusion of modern Afro-Latin rhythms that make you want to listen again and again.

After reading, what did you think?