Valentine’s Day Pop Roundup: New Tunes From Kim Petras, Rina Sawayama + More
Didn't get any Valentine's Day cards, chocolates or flowers today? Bummer.
Fortunately, dear jilted lovers, someone out there was thinking of you on this February 14: a handful of our favorite pop artists and bands released new songs and videos today! And it's not even New Music Friday—what did we do to deserve such affection?
Below, discover the best new Valentine's Day songs from artists like Rina Sawayama, Kim Petras, Paris Hilton and more. They're better than heart-shaped balloons and drugstore candy, we swear.
Icy-cool synth blasts open "Volcanic Love"—the surfy new tune from indie-pop band The Aces—lending an endearing '80s vibe to this love song about fiery yearning.
London pop princess Rina Sawayama returns with another glossy, early-2000s-leaning pop offering with "Valentine (What's It Gonna Be)," a no-strings-attached, anti-Valentine's Day song perfect for jaded lovers who prefer their forever roses a little wilted.
German pop dynamo Kim Petras offers her heart up on a platter with "Heart to Break," an earnest, bouncy electro-pop love song with a hook as undeniable and yummy as chocolate-dipped strawberries.
Paris Hilton was feeling the V-Day mood when she dropped this sweet little retro-pop love song today. Featuring flourishes of vintage doo-wop charm, "I Need You" is as sugary as a box of candy Sweethearts.
Khalid and Fifth Harmony star Normani lament the crossed wires of undefined relationships on "Love Lies," a smooth mid-tempo R&B jam off the Love, Simon soundtrack—and a song that encapsulates the feeling you get when your would-be Valentine forgets to send flowers.
K-pop diva Suzy is drunk on love in her neon-bathed, tipsy new video for "SObeR," one of the bubbly b-sides off her new mini-album. If you prefer to celebrate Valentine's Day with a little champagne, this fizzy tune will give you the perfect date night buzz.
BØRNS (metaphorically) flips off an ex in his moody new video for "I Don't Want U Back," a sexy synth-pop ode to moving on from a cheating lover.