The return of one of the world's biggest pop-rock bands leads off this week's list.
Coldplay return with their first new non-holiday music in three years. It is expected that this bright pop-rock song is the first release from an upcoming fifth studio album by the group.
Courtesy Hollywood Records
Selena Gomez and the Scene preview their When the Sun Goes Down album with what might be their best single yet. It has sassy, my new boyfriend is better than the old, lyrics over addictive synth pop.
Courtesy J Records
Pitbull continues to give us a taste of his upcoming Planet Pit collection. This song is particularly fun mixing Latin influences with synths that sound a bit like "We No Speak Americano." Pitbull already visited that territory on the song "Bon Bon" from his Spanish language album Armando, but we'll forgive a little similarity.
Courtesy ATO Records
311 previews their upcoming tenth studio album Universal Pulse with a distinctively funky beat. The new collection hits stores July 19, 2011.
Courtesy Wind-Up Records
O.A.R. are back with a soaring, rocking reggae effort. Their seventh album King hits stores August 2, 2011.
Courtesy Fueled By Ramen
Paramore are back with their first new music since the group became a trio. The song is included on the soundtrack to the movie Transformers: Dark Of the Moon.
Courtesy Broken Bow
"Dirt Road Anthem" is a song from the sub-genre known as country rap. To close the CMT Awards celebration, Jason Aldean performed "Dirt Road Anthem" live with rapper Ludacris. This is the studio version of their effort.
This is the debut single from Pharrell protege Diggy Simmons. It also shows a strong influence from Lil Wayne in vocal style.
All Time Low celebrate the release of their new album Dirty Work with this new single.
Falling In Reverse are a new band featuring former Escape the Fate lead vocalist Ronnie Radke. He was asked to leave Escape the Fate in 2008 when he was sentenced to prison. The debut Falling In Reverse album hits stores in July 2011.