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So far, 2016 has been a year of comebacks. And the past week was no different. A brilliant return by The Stone Roses and a new sound presented by One Republic were perhaps the highlights of the week.

"All for One" by The Stones Roses

The Stones Roses surprised everybody this week by announcing their first new music after two decades. "All For One" sees the band staying true to their original alternative rock sound.

 

"Sunday" by Iggy Pop

Iggy Pop's "Post Pop Depression" is a garage rock/proto-punk masterpiece. The music video for "Sunday," a song from the album, features visuals from the making of the record.

 

"Without A Fight" by Brad Paisley featuring Demi Lovato

Brad Paisley and Demi Lovato's new duet is a country rock track that depicts a passionate but volatile relationship. Foot-tapping rhythm sections and attractive guitar licks make this song a special one.

 

"Aftermath" by Muse

"Aftermath" is a song from Muse's 2015 album "Drones". The band recently released an animated music video for the song which deals with subjects like control and war.

 

"Wherever I go" by One Republic

One Republic are back but with a new sound. "Wherever I Go," the lead single from their upcoming fourth studio album, sees the band taking influences from dance music while keeping their pop rock roots alive.

 

"Chainsaw" by Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas' third solo album "Last Year Was Complicated" will be out in less than a month. After releasing the album's lead single in March, Jonas dropped "Chainsaw," its second single, last week. Jonas was inspired to write this song after his break-up with Olivia Culpo, who was Miss Universe 2012 .

 

"Life Changes" by Good Charlotte

Good Charlotte's new single is quite a positive pop-punk track. Although it has the band's trademark old-school punk influences, the track gives out a fresh vibe in the band's sound. "Life Changes" is from their upcoming album, "Your Authority."

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