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By | Published on Monday 12 October 2020

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Universal Music Thailand has partnered with Thai music company IAM Records to launch new girl group Lyra. The two companies are aiming to build an international career for the group, hoping that T-pop can become the new K-pop. “We are delighted to partner with the team at IAM to officially launch Lyra, and to bring the unique sound of T-Pop and Thailand to the world”, says Paul Sirisant, Managing Director of Universal Music Thailand. Here’s their first track, ‘Lyra’.



Jax Jones has released new single ‘I Miss You’, featuring Au/Ra. The track, he says, “takes it back to my roots with the signature Jax Jones club sound. As much as I love my upbeat dance pop records, it’s fun to mix some melancholy in now and again”.

Miguel has released the video for new single ‘Funeral‘.

Bebe Rexha has released new single ‘Baby, I’m Jealous’, featuring Doja Cat. “It’s part of the human process to experience jealousy”, says Rexha. “Ultimately, this is an anthem to embrace those feelings as a form of empowerment”.

Pearl Jam have released new song ‘Get it Back’, their contribution to new compilation ‘Good Music To Avert The Collapse Of American Democracy Vol 2’.

Fleet Foxes have released the video for ‘Can I Believe You’, from their recently released album ‘Shore’.

Trivium frontman Matt Heafy has released new solo single ‘My Mother Told Me’, a cover of a song that appeared on TV show ‘Vikings’.

Trippie Redd has released new single ‘Sleepy Hollow’.

Gilligan Moss has released new single ‘Ferris Wheel’, featuring Rebecca & Fiona. “This song is an ode to a lost season; a ferris-wheel view of a summer that never quite materialised”, they all say together. “Since our beaches and carnivals were closed this summer, this song is filled with the phantom smell of corn-dogs, funnel cakes and cotton candy. As we move into autumn, it can be a bit of a token of a season gone by”.

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