Your First Listen: Week of March 13th

Five remarkable tracks you need to hear

Each week we feature five remarkable songs you need to hear on Your First Listen. In case you miss them on air, you can catch up on the weekly tracks right here.

Your First Listen airs weekdays at 12:45 p.m., 5:45 p.m., and 8:45 p.m.

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Dreamcar – “Kill For Candy”

What happens when you combine 3/4 of no doubt with 1/4 of AFI? You get Dreamcar! You may have seen their name on the Coachella lineup and thought, “Who?” This new supergroup is also known as AFI’s Davey Havok and everyone in No Doubt except Gwen Stefani.
 

The Courtneys – “Silver Velvet”

You may have seen Vancouver Trio The Courtneys open for Tegan and Sara last year. Side note: music runs in the family, one member is their cousin! This band’s fun, throwback sound is perfect to get ready for longer sunny days.
 

Jimmy Eat World – “Get Right”

If you love the heavier side of Jimmy Eat World, here`s a more angsty one off their last release, Integrity Blues.
 

Wintersleep – “Freak Out”

There’s something so great about the build of a Wintersleep track. Their rhythm section creates such a solid heartbeat for this one, coming off their latest release The Great Detachment.
 

K. Flay – “High Enough”

Did you know K Flay’s real name is Kristine Flaherty? That explains it! K Flay’s new release Every Where is Some Where is out April 7th. Here’s a new track with a very different direction than the well known “Blood in the Cut.”