Five guitar tracks to rock out to this week

Including songs by James Bay and The National.

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Feel like you couldn’t keep up with music this week? No worries, we’ve got you covered with a list of the best and latest guitar tracks. Here are five that you have to check out:

The Adults Are Talking by The Strokes

The Strokes recently made their comeback with a live performance of The Adults Are Talking. The track, which they debuted at a charity event in Los Angeles, is their first new song since the 2016 EP, Future Present Past.

Capacity by Charly Bliss

Capacity is a standout track from four-piece outfit Charly Bliss’ sophomore album, Young Enough. The 11-track record is a follow-up to their 2017 debut, Guppy.

Bad by James Bay

James Bay recently released his latest EP, Oh My Messy Mind, which includes the guitar-driven ballad, Bad. The four-track project also features Peer Pressure, which features Julia Michaels.

Must I Evolve? by Jarvis Cocker

Jarvis Cocker has released a new song under his Jarv Is… project, Must I Evolve?. The six-minute tune tracks the evolution of humankind from the Big Bang right up to present day.

Not In Kansas by The National

Clocking in at just under seven minutes, The National’s new track Not In Kansas interpolates Thinking Fellers Union Local 282’s 90s classic, Noble Experiment. The song appears on their latest album, I Am Easy To Find, out now.

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