Logic’s third studio album Everybody contains a lengthy list of coveted collaborators. One of the most notable tracks on the 13-song project is “1-800-273-8255.”

The track, whose title refers to the number of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, features Alessia Cara and Khalid. On “1-800-273-8255,” Logic reflects on a time when he felt suicidal, before eventually reiterating his gratitude and love for his current life.

The collaborative effort is a beautiful song dedicated to anyone suffering from mental illness.

After a nearly four-year long hiatus, the sisters of HAIM are back with a new single. The new track “Want You Back” sees the three girls reflecting on a relationship gone sour. It is told from the perspective of a female protagonist apologizing and accepting blame for her past wrongdoings.

“Want You Back” serves as the lead single from HAIM’s upcoming sophomore album Something to Tell You, set for release on July 7th.

Known for his self-described signature “jizz jazz” sound, Canadian singer/songwriter Mac Demarco is back with his third studio album This Old Dog. 

All 13 songs on This Old Dog were written and produced by DeMarco himself, with him playing all of the instruments on the album.

The track “A Wolf who Wears Sheeps Clothes” best shows Demarco’s versatility, as he plays a guitar, a tambourine, and a harmonica in a jazz/folk-like fashion.

After making a huge splash in the press with his debut solo single “Sign of The Times,” as well as an appearance on Saturday Night Live, former 1D heartthrob Harry Styles shows know signs of slowing down.

Styles is set to release his debut self-titled solo album this coming Friday, which is preceded by the release of his latest single “Sweet Creature.”

“Sweet Creature” consists of Styles singing over a nothing but an acoustic guitar, making it reminiscent of an adult contemporary cut from the late 90s/early 2000s.

With both “Sign of The Times” and “Sweet Creature” proving promising, Styles has set himself up for longevity outside of One Direction. Upon the release of his debut record this coming Friday, Styles is sure to give Ed Sheeran a run for his money.

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