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Jake and The Jellyfish release video for “Spokesdog”

Leeds, UK folk punk band Jake and The Jellyfish have released a new video for “Spokesdog” from their album Long in Winters from earlier this year.

If you like your punk mixed with folk rumblings, be sure to check out the video below.



Samiam to tour Europe


Berkeley, CA-based pop-punk band Samiam has announced that they will be touring Europe this fall in celebration of their 30th anniversary.

See the tour dates below.

The band’s most recent release was their 2011 album Trips.



Sonic Libido (ska/rock) stream album “Sorry for Being Good”

Brunswick, ME’s Sonic Libido are streaming a new full length album Sorry for Being Good. It’s ten songs of high energy ska, hard rock, punk and reggae.

Enjoy the stream below.



Carissa Johnson and The Cure-Alls debut new music video for “After All”

Hailing from Boston, MA Carissa Johnson and the Cure-Alls are best described as combining 70’s punk and power-pop. They often draw comparisons to Joan Jett, the New York Dolls and The Gits. Their newest video “After All” from this years Talk, Talk, Talk showcases a more laid back view of their sound while giving the album a little more introspective depth.

Check out the brand new video below.



Abraskadabra release new video for “Catching Fog”

Abraskadabra have released a lyric video for “Catching Fog” off their latest album Welcome which was released earlier this year.

Be sure to turn up the volume when you check out the video below.



OC45 announce road to FYWROK Fest tour dates

Boston punks OC45 have announced a tour that runs to and from the FYWROK fest in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At which they will be sharing the stage with the likes of The Exploited, A Global Threat, Zero Boys, The Potato Pirates, and a slew of others.

Check out the dates and the tour poster below.



DS Exclusive: Goodbye Blue Monday Premieres New EP Misery Punk Ruined My Life

This up and coming punk quartet was birthed on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow, Scotland. From the moment they began in 2013, the band was playing an infectious and invigorating style of melodic punk rock, influenced by the likes of Iron Chic, Dead To Me and The Menzingers, but with a characteristic Scottish cadence akin to The X-Certs or Twin Atlantic. With a depth of songwriting and maturity beyond their tender years, Goodbye Blue Monday is one of the more exciting new Scottish punk bands to emerge in recent years. Today, we’re pleased to premiere their upcoming EP Misery Punk Ruined My Life, which serves as a follow-up to 2017’s exceptional EP The Sickness, The Shame! Stream all three tremendous tracks below!



DS Premiere: Beach Rats debut “Lonely For The Night,” lead single from debut EP “Wasted Time”

It’s the first Friday of summer, and that sounds to us like the perfect time to bring you some brand new music from a brand new band…Beach Rats!

As you hopefully know by now, Beach Rats are a Jersey based all-star band that includes among its ranks the one-and-only Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Bad Religion, etc), Ari Katz from Lifetime, Pete and Bryan from Bouncing Souls and more! They’re slated to release their debut album, Wasted Time, on July 27th via Bridge Nine Records, and today we get our first taste of what’s to come. Check out the lead single, “Lonely For The Night” below and bask in the ’80’s hardcore-inspired goodness!

Pre-order options will be available right here very soon; stay tuned for more info!



Anakin team up with Motion City’s Justin Pierre for single “Spaced Out”

San Diego punks Anakin have teamed up with Motion City Soundtrack’s Justin Pierre on their new single “Spaced Out.” According to Brad Chancellor, “The song “Spaced-Out” is really just about my lifelong battle with severe anxiety and somewhat mild paranoia. I was officially diagnosed in 2015 and was able to get on meds to help right my brain. I’m finally feeling like I’m taking back control of my life after all those years of living in a shell of myself.”

This single will be apart of their EP project for the next twelve months in which Anakin will debut a five new EPs over the course of twelve months. Each one will feature an original song and a cover of a song that is representative of their song-writing influences.

Check it out below!



The Filaments stream new album “Look To The Skies”

Stalwarts of the UK punk scene The Filaments are now streaming the entirety of their new album “Look To The Skies.” 

“Look to the Skies” is the first album from The Filaments since their 2013 release “Land of Lions.”

The highly anticipated element track piece is available to stream below, or for purchase here.



Dark Thoughts stream new album “At Work”

Philly punks Dark Thoughts are now streaming their new album “At Work.” The 12 track full length is available on Drunken Sailor Records. 

“At Work” serves as follow up to their self titled LP that hit the streets in April of 2017.

Check it out below!

 



Something to Do stream album “Design for Living”

Milwaukee ska band Something to Do are now streaming their album “Design for Living.” Something To Do’s last full length was 2016’s “Not Making a Sound.”

Make sure to check it out below for some kick ass ska punk!

 

 

 



TSOL stream new track “Low Low Low”

CA punks TSOL are now streaming their new track, “Low Low Low.” These guys last released “The Trigger complex” in 2017 off Rise Records.

These guys are also set to release their new album “Live at The Observatory” today, from Hardline Entertainment. Recorded live at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA on Jan 5th 2018, the album features all tracks from the bands 1981 S/T EP and “Dance With Me” releases.

Stream their new track here, or order their new album here.



The Sensations stream new EP “Dig Your Own Grave”

The Sensations are now streaming their new EP “Dig Your Own Grave.”

The five track piece comes off of I Hate Smoke Records out of Japan.

Check it out below!



Chaser (DS Records) premiere lyric video for “The Show” off upcoming album “Sound The Sirens”

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “The Show” is their homage to the annual tradition of punk rock festival pilgrimage. Doesn’t matter if your festival of choice is PRB, Fest, Punk In Drublic, or Punk Rock Holiday, you’re going to relate to this song. The band had this to say about the inspiration behind the tune:

“The Show” pays tribute to some of our favorite moments growing up. The sun is shining, the music is blasting and we’re shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people singing along. Warped Tour started it all for us, and luckily, the rise of these modern day festivals has filled the void. We’re all grown up now, and expected to take it easy, but you can’t take the punk rock out of the boy. So you’ll still find us crowd surfing, pitting, stage diving, and singing every word. “And we will stay forever this way!”

Sing along to “The Show” over at punknews.

The track will appear on Chaser’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.