Who says Friday says “over here the outings” (musical).

20 Minutes

has put together a small selection of the week's new releases for you to listen to.

Between a French revelation, a tricolor electro star and the queen of Belgian neo soul, follow our guide…

Kavinsky's comeback

Nine years have passed since his last EP, and almost twelve years since the great success of


(yes, time flies at a speed…).

But Kavinsky is finally back this Friday with a new album entitled


, which as its name suggests, could sign the rebirth of the French DJ.

We already know the cover (made by the artist Thomas Jumin), where a male silhouette faces a mysterious planet that is cracking, but also the first notes.

In recent months Kavinsky has revealed the first two tracks from the album: the danceable


and its superhero music video and the hovering


which gives pride of place to the vocoder.

Perfect to start the first beautiful spring days of the year.

Selah Sue returns with “Persona”

The wait was a little shorter for the Belgian singer, but it is all the same after more than six years of absence that Selah Sue reappears.

The artist returns with


, a very personal fifth album in which she reveals several facets of herself.

In the disco and catchy title


, she mentions in particular the depression she suffered and the effects of drugs to fight against this disease.

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Emma Peters' first album

The 23-year-old has made a name for herself on YouTube thanks to her covers of



Magnolias For Ever


Trop beau

, which have earned her millions of views.

After a first EP released last fall, Emma Peters launches into the deep end this Friday by presenting her very first album



Fans of the singer will find the singles

Le temps passe


Send me music

, and of course the so recognizable voice of Emma Peters, delicate and vulnerable.

Sam Quealy releases cosmic new single

Two rooms, two atmospheres.

After Emma Peters' romantic pop, it's time for Sam Quealy's hyperpop and eurodance.

The Australian singer and performer with a "badass-fetish-chic-club kid" universe

delivers a new punchy and completely barred single titled

Follow the night


Something to boost you up to start the weekend in great shape.


"We created this album as if it were the last" explains Nina Goern of the duo Cats On Trees


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