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RELEVANT Recommends: Dayglow, Bethel Music and More

There’s a ton of new music coming out these days. Some good, some… well, you know. But here’s a few new tracks you won’t want to skip.

Dayglow – “Deep End”

This Texas native has been on the rise ever since he dropped his debut album Fuzzybrain back in 2019. He’s gearing up to release his new album People in Motion this fall and is giving fans a small taste of what’s to come. “Deep End” shows Dayglow at his best, combining fun and mesmerizing beats with introspective lyrics. “Deep End” dives into the unsettling feeling of stepping out into the unknown. Will you be able to ride the wave or be stuck in the deep end? You won’t know the answer until you take the first step.

Bethel Music feat. Brian Johnson – “I Still Believe”

Bethel Music is kicking off their next era of music by getting back to the basics. Their upcoming album Simple aims to strip away the flashiness and shiny lyrics that have seeped into worship music today, and “I Still Believe” shows Bethel in a different light. As Jenn Johnson shared with us, Bethel’s next season is all about reminding the Church that all we need is some simple truths, and maybe a few simple instruments.

The Mountain Goats – Make You Suffer

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At long last, the world can finally hear new music from The Mountain Goats, and we’re here to tell you it rocks. Frontman John Darnielle shared with RELEVANT earlier this year that the band’s always hoping to make the world a more radical place, and that message is evident on Bleed Out. From the opening guitar on “Training Montage” to the final keys on “Bleed Out,” you’ll have this album on repeat all weekend long.

Hulvey – “Have Me”

There’s no other way to put it: Hulvey’s new single “Have Me” is absolutely beautiful. You’ll be drawn in by the opening melody but once you hear what Hulvey has to stay you’ll be hooked. He opens up about living in the presence of God, resting on a sturdy God and how to be true to yourself while being salt to the world. It’s impressive how much one person can pack into a three-minute song, but if there’s anyone who can pull it off it’s Hulvey.

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