Ariana Grande, Elton John and Take That: 5 new songs to listen to this weekend

We scour the musical landscape to bring you the best new songs of the week

Every Friday sees the new album and single releases hit online and the stores, and here's our picks of the five songs you should be listening to this weekend.

Ariana Grande - "Touch It"

We're calling it... Dangerous Woman is probably going to be the best pop album of the year. Hooking up Max Martin for most of the tracks, including the one below, shows off a mixture of The Weeknd's sexualised pop sounds from his most recent batch of singles, cut in with old school Mariah, and the end result is a batch of the catchiest songs you'll hear in 2016. 

Bright Light Bright Light - "All In The Name" featuring Elton John

With backing vocals from Elton John and Alan Cumming, as well as three-quarters of the Scissor Sisters appearing the video as back-up dancers, this is the perfect song to get you into the celebratory mood for the one year anniversary of the Irish Marriage Referendum this weekend!

Sigma - "Cry" featuring Take That

Sigma had a MASSIVE year last year thanks to their huge hit "Coming Home" with Rita Ora, and they might follow closely in it's footsteps with this duet with Barlow and co. While Take That have been getting more and more interesting with their sound - working with Greg Kurstin and Stuart Price will do that - this is the first time they've appeared on someone else's song. Expect to hear this EVERYWHERE there might be sun and a BBQ this summer.

Broods - "Couldn't Believe" 

Our weekly pick of 'You probably haven't heard of these before' comes from the staggeringly attractive New Zealand duo. Their 2014 debut album Evergreen was a beautiful slice of indie-alt-pop, and their follow up Conscious is due next month. If you're a fan of Lorde and you're looking for something to fill the gap while she records her next LP, then this is right up your alley.

Roisin Murphy - "Ten Miles High" 

The latest single from the July release Take Her Up To Monto sounds a lot more like it came from Murphy's first solo album Ruby Blue than the Italo-disco inspired sounds of last year's Hairless Toys. Regardless, anything new from Murphy is always good news, and "Ten Miles High" still represents the unique sound and delivery we've come to expect from her. Plus, the video... needs to be seen.