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100 Best Songs With “New” in the Title

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The term "new" represents a world of adventures for young and old alike.

The term "new" represents a world of adventures for young and old alike.

Certain words are exceedingly popular with youth. One such term that takes anticipation to a whole new level is “new”. A lot comes to mind when we hear the word “new”. The term evokes different reactions from people. For most, the term brings a sense of excitement and curiosity. In songs from different genres the word new is used in different contexts to convey a wide range of attributes.

What Message Does the Word New Convey?

The word new conveys a wide spectrum of feelings and emotions. Thoughts, ideas, or concepts are brought to life with the term interconnecting events and explaining a deeper understanding of a meaning. A variety of themes are showcased by singers and songwriters in songs. The word new is used by musicians to connect different aspects in songs. Songwriters construct a captivating storyline based on factual events, or create an imaginative world with metaphorical representations. Contrasting perspectives are established with a conceptual thought process to portray vivid imagery associated with something new.

The different feelings and emotions associated with something you do for the first time is described poetically in certain songs. These songs capture the exhilarating and euphoric moments of experiencing something new in a mesmerizing manner. A plethora of sentiments about finding someone or something new is expressed in unique ways through lyrics. These songs highlight the joy or finding something meaningful when you least expect it. A turn of events is narrated in a gripping manner in songs about changes. These songs highlight detailed aspects of how perspectives change when new love comes your way after a relationship ends.

A plethora of sentiments about finding new love is expressed through lyrics.

A plethora of sentiments about finding new love is expressed through lyrics.

What Does New Symbolize?

In different contexts, the word “new” represents a beginning. Singers and songwriters express the term in different ways to convey simple or complicated aspects about life. The many emotions that come to life when you discover something new is described in an endearing manner in certain tunes. These songs portray the different ways in which people come alive and feel enamored experiencing someone or something for the first time. In music videos, the term new is fashioned in different avatars that symbolically represent a world of adventures through dreams and fantasies.

Sometimes, singular or dual aspects of new beginnings are depicted positively or negatively with an aesthetic sense of imagery in music videos. Certain musicians use the word new to present different dimensions through multi-faceted concepts. These songs aesthetically portray progressive themes through rational, philosophical, or logical mindsets that allow listeners to interpret and derive the message conveyed. Different aspects about life and relationships are showcased with contemporary mindsets to connect with youth-centric emotions. Although the term new is associated with a wide genre of attributes, in songs it represents or denotes the following:

















Great songwriters explain how perspectives change when we become someone new.

Great songwriters explain how perspectives change when we become someone new.

The list below showcases a collection of rock songs, pop songs, country songs, R&B songs, hip hop songs, alternative songs, indie songs, folk songs, disco songs, reggae songs, synthpop songs, electropop songs, new wave songs, EDM songs and dance songs with new in the title. If you have a view, opinion, or song suggestion, let us know in the comments section.

Top 10 Best Songs With New in the Title

1. “New Rules”—Dua Lipa

2. “New Romantics”—Taylor Swift

3. “A New Day Has Come”—Celine Dion

4. “New Man”—Ed Sheeran

5. “New Normal”—Khalid

6. “New Kid in Town”—The Eagles

7. “New Gold”—Gorillaz featuring Tame Impala and Bootie Brown

8. “New To You”—Calvin Harris, Normani, Tinashe, and Offset

9. “Brand New Day”—Sting

10. “Emperor’s New Clothes”—Panic! At the Disco


11. “Something New”—Axwell & Ingrosso

12. “New Truck”—Dylan Scott

13. “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)”—Adele

14. “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag”—James Brown

15. “Looking for a New Love”—Jody Watley

16. “New Freezer”—Rich the Kid featuring Kendrick Lamar

17. “Someone New”—Hozier

18. “New Again”—Kanye West

19. “New Perspective”—Panic! At the Disco

20. “New Eyes”—Clean Bandit


21. “Nothing New”—Taylor Swift featuring Phoebe Bridgers

22. “New Flame”—Chris Brown featuring Usher and Rick Ross

23. “A Brand New Day”—BTS and Zara Larsson

24. “Something New”—Wiz Khalifa featuring Ty Dolla Sign

25. “New Body Rhumba”—LCD Soundsystem

26. “Brand New”—Ben Rector

27. “New Love”—Silk City featuring Ellie Goulding

28. “New”—Paul McCartney

29. “New Day”—Wyclef Jean featuring Bono

30. “New”—Daya

31. “No New Friends”—LSD

32. “Something New”—Zendaya featuring Chris Brown

33. “New Soul”—Yael Naim

34. “The Emperor’s New Clothes”—Sinead O’Connor

35. “New Fang”—Them Crooked Vultures

36. “New Love”—Dua Lipa

37. “A Whole New World”—Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle

38. “Brand New Key”—Melanie

39. “Brand New Man”—Brooks & Dunn

40. “New Friend”—No Doubt featuring Buccaneer


41. “New Sensation”—INXS

42. “Something New”—Girls Aloud

43. “You Make Me Feel Brand New”—The Stylistics

44. “New Day”—50 Cent featuring Dr. Dre and Alicia Keys

45. “New Divide”—Linkin Park

46. “Brand New Girlfriend”—Steve Holy

47. “New Level”—ASAP Ferg featuring Future

48. “Ms. New Booty”—Bubba Sparxxx featuring Ying Yang Twins and Mr. Collipark

49. “Young, Fresh n’ New”—Kelis

50. “The Promise of a New Day”—Paula Abdul

51. “New”—No Doubt

52. “A New Flame”—Simply Red

53. “New Power Generation”—Prince

54. “1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin’ New)”—Coolio

55. “New Shade of Blue”—Southern Pacific

56. “Brand New Lover”—Dead or Alive

57. “New Year’s Day”—U2

58. “This Is the New Shit”—Marilyn Manson

59. “New Strings”—Miranda Lambert

60. “I Will Buy You A New Life”—Everclear


61. “New Day”—Patti Labelle

62. “The New Pollution”—Beck

63. “New Light”—John Mayer

64. “Happy New Year”—Abba

65. “New Year”—Sugababes

66. “You’re Still New to Me”—Marie Osmond with Paul Davis

67. “Old Flames Have New Names”—Mark Chesnutt

68. “New Shapes”—Charli XCX featuring Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek

69. “New Kind of Medicine”—Ultra Nate

70. “Saw a New Morning”—Bee Gees

71. “Potential New Boyfriend”—Dolly Parton

72. “Somebody New”—Billy Ray Cyrus

73. “New Millenium (What Cha Gonna Do)”—Cha Cha

74. “Same Old Brand New You”—A1

75. “New Life”–Depeche Mode

76. “The New Style”—Beastie Boys

77. “I Want a New Drug”—Huey Lewis and the News

78. “Brand New Me”—Dusty Springfield

79. “New Attitude”—Patti LaBelle

80. “New Jack Hustler (Nino’s Theme)”—Ice-T


81. “Brand New Cadillac”—Vince Taylor and his Playboys

82. “New Fool At an Old Game”—Michelle Wright

83. “Pick a Part That’s New”—Stereophonics

84. “New Americana”—Halsey

85. “I’ll Try Something New”—The Miracles

86. “New World Coming”—Cass Elliot

87. “Weekend in New England”—Barry Manilow

88. “New Looks from an Old Lover”—B.J. Thomas

89. “New Way (To Light Up an Old Flame)”—Joe Diffie

90. “Baby’s Got a New Baby”—S-K-O

91. “New Moon on Monday”—Duran Duran

92. “New Frontier”—Donald Fagen

93. “The New Anthem”—Reel 2 Real featuring Erick More

94. “New Disease”—Spineshank

95. “As Good As New”—Abba

96. “Brand New Love Affair”—Chicago

97. “Your New Boyfriend”—Wilbur Soot

98. “New Beginning”—Stephen Gatley

99. “New Songs”—Howard Jones

100. “Nothin’ New Under the Moon”—LeAnn Rimes

Other Notable New Songs

  • “New Day”—Alison Wonderland
  • “Birth of a New Age”—Jeangu Macrooy
  • “New America”—Marina
  • “New Face”—Psy
  • “New Beginning”—Tracy Chapman
  • “New Old Trucks”—James Barker Band and Dierks Bentley
  • “New Religion”—Anton Ewald
  • “New Body”—Kanye West featuring Ty Dolla Sign and Nicki Minaj
  • “New Eyes”—Adam Lambert
  • “Gospel of a New Century”—Yves Tumor
  • “Something New”—Taeyeon
  • “Brand New”—Craig David
  • “A Brand New Day”—The Wiz featuring Diana Ross and Michael Jackson
  • “New Wine”—Hillsong Worship
  • “Somebody New”—Olly Murs
  • “New in Town”—Little Boots
  • “New Girl”—Finneas
  • “New Magic Wand”—Tyler, the Creator
  • “New Land”—Avatar
  • “New Bitch”—Iggy Azalea
  • “Brand New”—You Me At Six
  • “New National Anthem”—T.I. featuring Skylar Grey
  • “New Heights”—Ellie Goulding
  • “The New Saint Jude”—Andrew Bird
  • “New Love”—Maroon 5
  • “Brand New Moves”—Hey Violet
  • “New Breed”—Joyryde featuring Darnell Williams
  • “Old Friends x New Foes”—Tory Lanez
  • “74 Is the New 24”—Giorgio Moroder
  • “Someone New”—Banks
  • “New Love in Town”—Europe
  • “New Blood”—Bloc Party
  • “Brand New Bitch”—Anjulie
  • “New Man”—All Things New
  • “New Day”—Tamar Kaprelain
  • “New God Flow”—Kanye West and Pusha T
  • “No New Friends”—DJ Khaleed featuring Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne
  • “Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown”—Rob Zombie
  • “New Nu”—Keyshia Cole
  • “Keep in Mind, Transmogrifaction Is a New Technology”—Mayday Parade
  • “The New International Sound Pt. 2”—M.I.A. featuring GENER8ION
  • “New Year”—Regina Spektor
  • “G.R.I.N.D. (Get Ready It’s a New Day)”—Asher Roth
  • “New Slaves”—Kanye West
  • “Anti Hero (Brave New World)”—Marlon Roudette
  • “New Guy”—Sarkodie featuring Ace Hood
  • “New Messiah”—Fear Factory
  • “Somebody New”—Joywave
  • “New Age”—Marlon Roudette
  • “New Shoes”—Paolo Nutini
  • “Auld Lang Syne (The New Year’s Anthem)”—Mariah Carey
  • “Brand New Day”—Kodaline
  • “Devil’s Got a New Disguise”—Aerosmith
  • “Brand New Me”—Alicia Keys
  • “New Song”—Warpaint
  • “It’s a New Day”—
  • “New Direction”—S Club Juniors
  • “The New National Anthem”—Pierce the Veil
  • “Happy New Year”—Dido
  • “New Money”—Royce da 5’9”
  • “New Love”—Karen Harding
  • “New Ideas”—The Dykeenies
  • “All I Want for Christmas Is New Year’s Day”—Hurts
  • “Love Under New Management”—Miki Howard
  • “New Way Home”—Isac Elliot
  • “Praying to a New God”—Wang Chung
  • “New Low”—Middle Class Rut
  • “Something New”—Nikki Yanofsky
  • “New Skin”—Tommy Lee
  • “Brand New Day”—Massari
  • “New Friend Request”—Gym Class Heroes
  • “The New Timer”—Bruce Springsteen
  • “New Schoolgirl”—After School
  • “A New Game”—Mudvayne
  • “New Lands”—Justice
  • “The New Workout Plan”—Kanye West
  • “New Scream”—Turnover
  • “Your New Cuckoo”—The Cardigans
  • “New Slang”—The Shins
  • “Hallelujah New World”—Eskobar
  • “New Blue Moon”—Traveling Wilburys
  • “America Needs a New Sweetheart”—A Loss of Words
  • “New Mama”—Neil Young
  • “Papua New Guinea”—Future Sound of London
  • “New To This Town”—Kix Brooks featuring Joe Walsh
  • “Lords of the New Church”—Tasmin Archer
  • “New Year’s Eve”—Snoop Dogg featuring Marty James
  • “These New Knights”—Ou Est le Swimming Pool
  • “Skating Away on the Thin Ice of the New Day”—Jethro Tull
  • “New Tattoo”—Motley Crue
  • “Into the New World”—Girls’ Generation
  • “Brand New Low”—Treble Charger
  • “New Genious (Brother)”—Gorillaz
  • “The New Year”—Death Cab for Cutie
  • “New Idols”—The Long Blondes
  • “The New Order”—Blind Guardian
  • “New Look”—Namie Amuro
  • “Brave New Girl”—Britney Spears
  • “New Moon Rising”—Wolfmother
  • “Brand New Bow”—Toby Keith
  • “New World”—Bjork
  • “Brave New World”—Iron Maiden
  • “New Inside”—Tiffany
  • “A New Level”—Pantera
  • “New Thang”—Redfoo
  • “New Resolution”—Azure Ray
  • “Devil in a New Dress”—Kanye West featuring Rick Ross
  • “New Thing from London Town”—Sharpe & Numan
  • “Brand New Day”—Fireflight
  • “New World (Beneath Our Feet)”—Mango Groove
  • “One (Blake’s Got a New Face)”—Vampire Weekend
  • “New Born”—Muse
  • “She Feels Like a Brand New Man Tonight”—Aaron Tippin
  • “No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature”—The Guess Who
  • “Brand New”—Sista
  • “New Dawn Fades”—Joy Division
  • “The New face of Zero and One”—The New Pornographers
  • “New Angels of Promise”—David Bowie
  • “Brave New World”—Toyah
  • “New Amsterdam”—Elvis Costello
  • “Old Love / New Love”—Twin Shadow featuring D’Angelo Lacy
  • “New Rose”—The Damned
  • “A New Year”—Annaleigh Ashford
  • “There’s a New Sound”—Tony Burello
  • “Brand New”—Rhymefest
  • “New Age”—The Velvet Underground
  • “I’ve Got a New Heartache”—Ray Price
  • “Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)”—Jimi Hendrix
  • “New Age Girl”—Deadeye Dick
  • “‘Ullo John! Gotta New Motor?”—Alexei Sayle
  • “New Year’s Evil”—Shadow
  • “What’s New Pussycat?”—Tom Jones
  • “Zombies Are the New Black”—The Wonder Years
  • “New Thing”—Enuff Z’Nuff
  • “Whoever’s in New England”—Reba McEntire
  • “New World Man”—Rush
  • “Brand New Day”—Van Morrison
  • “New Day”—Alicia Keys
  • “My New Boyfriend”—Carly Simon
  • “It’s Just Another New Year’s Eve”—Barry Manilow
  • “New Lace Sleeves”—Elvis Costello
  • “Touch a New Day”—Lena Meyer-Landrut
  • “New Health Rock”—TV on the Radio
  • “The Opera Song (Brave New World)”—Jurgen Vires featuring Charlotte Church
  • “New Animal”—The Pillows
  • “There’s a Brand New Day on the Horizon”—Elvis Presley
  • “A New Day Yesterday”—Jethro Tull
  • “Last of the New Wave Riders”—Utopia
  • “Nothing New”—Ashlee Simpson
  • “The New Black”—Every Time I Die
  • “New Math”—Tom Lehrer
  • “Something Old, Something New”—The Velours
  • “New Mistake”—Jellyfish
  • “Breakin’ in a Brand New Broken Heart”—Connie Francis
  • “New World”—Krewella Yellow Claw featuring Vava
  • “Greetings to the New Brunette”—Billy Bragg
  • “New Day for You”—Basia
  • “Queen of the New Year”—Deacon Blue
  • “New Mind”—Swans
  • “A New Hope”—Blink-182
  • “New Beginning”—Bucks Fizz
  • “Brand New Day”—No Doubt
  • “The New Girl in School”—Jan and Dean
  • “New Mexican Rose”—The Four Seasons
  • “Summer Means New Love”—The Beach Boys
  • “New World”—Strawbs
  • “A New Day”—Killing Joke
  • “New Physics Rant”—Julian Lennon
  • “Papa’s Got a Brand New Pigbag”—Pigbag
  • “New Song”—The Who
  • “A New England”—Billy Bragg
  • “New Day”—Jackie Lomax
  • “A New Place (Now)”—House of Large Sizes
  • “There’s A Brand New World”—Five Star
  • “New World”—Prince
  • “I Ain’t New Ta This”—Ice-T
  • “New World in the Morning”—Roger Whittaker
  • “Someone New”—Eskobar
  • “New Jack Swing”—Wreckx-N-Effect
  • “A New Baby for Christmas”—George Jones
  • “Happy New Millennium”—Amy Suzuki
  • “New Vibration”—Collective Soul
  • “Slave New World”—Sepultura
  • “New Girl Now”—Honeymoon Suite
  • “Brand New Love”—Lou Barlow
  • “New Horizons”—The Moody Blues
  • “A New Machine (Part 1 and 2)”—Pink Floyd
  • “New Beginning”—Shannon Noll
  • “Fire in Your New Shoes”—Kaskade featuring Martina
  • “New Tomorrow”—A Friend in London
  • “Step to the New World”—Soulhead
  • “New Test Leper”—R.E.M.
  • “Brand New Funk”—DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince
  • “New Pony”—Bob Dylan
  • “New Dark Age”—The Sound
  • “What’s the New Mary Jane”—The Beatles
  • “New Years with Carl Weathers”—The Wonder Years
  • “Brand New Day”—Ai
  • “New World”—Robert Plant
  • “Say Something New”—The Concretes

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