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The Desperation (Australia) releases new single, “No More Sad Songs”

One man band The Desperation has released “No More Sad Songs,” a song about social anxiety, something I totally cannot relate to as I sit in a studio apartment wrapped in a blanket, hanging out with two cats and watching someone else play video games on the intarwebs on one of the biggest bar nights of the year. Yep, totally not feeling this one.

You can check out the video or the stream of the song below. The video is amazing because he goes for nearly four minutes outdoors in Australia without some kind of horrifying spider or angry koala brutally murdering the shit out of him while he sings at a puppet. Definitely worth a look.



DS Exclusive: Safeguard (UK pop punk) premiere new video, “Harbour”

Dying Scene are stoked to help UK-based pop punks Safeguard debut a brand new video on this fine Hump Day morning!

If you’re not familiar with Safeguard, here’s a quick primer. The band are an upstart five-piece pop-punk outfit hailing from Yorkshire, England, who also gave us bands like Kaiser Chiefs and Arctic Monkeys and Gang of Four and Def Leppard. Oh, and also pudding. They play a brand of pop-punk that evokes the older days of, say New Found Glory or, more recently, Knuckle Puck or Neck Deep.

For this video, frontman Declan Gough and guitarists Martyn Marsh and Denholm Horn sat on a couch a played a stripped down version of their track “Harbour.” Check out the video below!

“Harbour” appears on the band’s upcoming EP, “I’m A Stranger To Myself,” which is due out December 1st on Wilhelm Records. Check out pre-order options here!



Good Grief announce new EP, release music video for track “Blue Ink”

Pop-punks from the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan Good Grief have announced their third EP, which will be titled Sweet. The band has also released a music video for the track “Blue Ink” taken from the upcoming EP, you can check it out below.

Sweet will follow the band’s second EP released on August 11th this year titled Home. You can listen to a stream of that EP here.



Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” covered in the style of The 1975

We Are The In Crowd’s Cameron Hurley is back at it, releasing a cover of Blink-182’s “Dumpweed” in the style of the 1975. Check it out below.

This is definitely not going to work stylistically for everyone. It’s uh, interesting, to say the least.



Weird Al Yankovic covers “Beat On The Brat” by The Ramones

Here’s something cool I didn’t think I’d be writing about today.  You can now listen to the wonderful Weird Al Yankovic’s version of The Ramones classic song “Beat On The Brat.”  The song comes from the upcoming compilation album Dr. Demento Covered In Punk, and unlike most of Yankovic’s other songs, this one is not a parody but a straight up cover.  And it’s a really, really good cover at that.  Check it out below!



Supporting acts announced for Neck Deeps’ “The Peace And The Panic Tour”

The supporting acts for The Peace And The Panic Tour, headlined by Neck Deep, have been announced.  You can catch Seaway, Speak Low If You Speak Love, and Creeper along for the ride this winter.  Refresh your memory on the January and February tour dates below.



No End In Sight stream new album “Faded Memories”

Montreal punks No End In Sight are streaming their new album Faded Memories in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Faded Memories was released on November 20th, 2017 via Morning Wood Records.



Useless ID and Topsy Turvy’s announce split EP

Israeli punk veterans Useless ID have announced a split EP with French melodic punks Topsy Turvy’s. The album set to be released in January 2018 will feature a couple of tribute songs by Useless ID to fellow punk vets the Swingin’ Utters and Unionway. The latest release for Useless ID was 2016’s “State is Burning. The Topsy Turvy’s will unveil two songs recorded in 2017 with Caryl Marolleau. The split EP will be released through Ratgirl Records. You can pre-order your copy here.

You can check out a video from the latest Useless ID album below.



You Vandal streaming new album

Gainesville pop-punks You Vandal released their new album I Just Want to Go Back to Hell today through Jump Start Records. You can listen to the full LP below, and grab a copy here.

This is the band’s second studio album, following their 2015 debut Abandon All Hope. They are currently touring in support of the release.



Watashi Wa Dance Party stream new song “Mio”

San Diego pop-punks Watashi Wa Dance Party have been pumping out a ton of new songs lately. The band’s newest track is “Mio”, taken from their upcoming EP Character Volume III: Erich.

You can give the song a listen below.

Each installment in the band’s Character Volume series features songs written by a different band member. Drummer Erich Beckmann handled the songwriting on Volume III, which is due out November 24th.



Green Day release music video for new song “Back in the USA”

Today marks the release of Green Day‘s new greatest hits album God’s Favorite Band. The career-spanning compilation features a brand new song titled “Back in the USA,” which the band has released a music video for. Check it out below.

God’s Favorite Band is the Green Day’s second greatest hits album, following 2001’s International Superhits. Their latest studio album Revolution Radio was released in 2016.



Real Friends debut new track “Get By”

A fun surprise from Real Friends today, as the Chicago pop-punks dropped a new single. ‘Get By’ is the first piece of music from the band since their 2016 full length ‘The Home Inside My Head’.

The track also serves a nice little warm up for the band’s holiday run with Knuckle Puck. Check out full dates for that one and ‘Get By’ below



Mean Jeans announce tour dates with Dirty Fences

Portland pop-punks Mean Jeans have announced some January tour dates with Dirty Fences.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

The band last released a tribute to Mountain Dew, called “Mountain Dew (I Need It).”  Their last full length album was Tight New Dimension, released April 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords.



Odd Robot latest artist to record Bridge City Sessions

Southern California pop-punk band Odd Robot are the latest act to perform for Bridge City Sessions. The band played “Take Two White Pills” and “Knife And A Cigarette” for the session, both from their latest album “A Late Night Panic”.

You can watch the performances below.



Direct Hit! Are Working on a New Record

Milwaukee-based, psychedelic-loving punk outfit, Direct Hit!, have been in the studio working on a new record. On Friday, the band Tweeted a picture of their drummer Danny Walkowiak behind his kit along with the message: 

“We started making a new album tonight at Howl Street Recordings in Milwaukee with @mikeaar pushing faders. Can’t wait for you all to hear it.”

This year has been a busy one for the four-piece, earlier this month they released a split with label-mates in PEARS.