Betty Who, Florrie, Bright Light Bright Light + More: 5 Must-Hear Pop Songs Of The Week

It’s Tuesday! Time for another round of “5 Must-Hear Pop Songs of the Week!”

This week’s roundup features Xenomania synth-pop perfection, chilled disco, and a promising kiss-off anthem by a Disney pop princess on the rise.

1.) Betty Who, “Alone Again”

Today’s the day! After breaking our hearts (in dream fashion) with her crunchy lead single, the ravishing Miss Betty Who has finally #blessed our ears with the Slow Dancing EP, the long awaited follow-up to her critically acclaimed 2013 debut EP, The Movement.

“Alone Again” is just one of the fabulous, funky, ’80s-leaning synth-pop cuts from the new collection, and it plays like the best prom song you’ve never heard. “I’m waiting all night long for you to tell me what you need so baby we can be alone again,” she coos on the dreamy, mid-tempo bop. Don’t let Betty be #ForeverAlone!

+ Listen to Betty Who’s “Alone Again.”

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