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Coffee Project release “Wasted Love” EP

Gainesville, FL acoustic punk act Coffee Project released their new, 4 song EP.,‘Wasted Love’, last Friday (16th June) via A-F Records.  The duo, comprising Jake Crown (Savage Brewtality) and Buddy Schaub (Less Than Jake) have the EP for sale on their Bandcamp.

You can have a listen to the whole EP below.



Gogol Bordello announce fall tour dates

Gogol Bordello have announced a fall tour with support from The Lucky Chops.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Gogol Bordello is getting ready to release their new album Seekers and Finders on August 23rd via Cooking Vinyl.



Crash Nomada streaming new single and video for “Leih Ya Hamam”

Swedish folk punks Crash Nomada are streaming the song “Leih Ya Hamam” featuring vocals from Egyptian singer Maryam Saleh. The new song is a reinterpretation of a classic Sufi song, and the first new material since 2016’s Mälaren/Ljuset som du sökte double A-side.

You can check out the stirring new video below.



The Homeless Gospel Choir premiere new track ‘Why?’

Pittsburgh’s folk punk solo act The Homeless Gospel Choir released a new track. ‘Why?’ is the B-side of the protest singer’s up and coming 7″ “Normal”, out June 9th via A-F Records. You can pre-order it here.

The Homeless Gospel Choir is out on the road now, with the likes of Listener, ’68, Zach Quinn (Pears) and Early Riser. Head down below for full tour dates and a listen to ‘Why?’.



Gogol Bordello release new track “Saboteur Blues” and announce album

Gogol Bordello are to release a new album, “Seekers and Finders”, on August 23rd via Cooking Vinyl. The album is up for pre-order now.

To mark the announcement, the band have release a lyric video for one of the tracks. You can listen to “Saboteur Blues” below.



Jason Guy Smiley (acoustic, Florida) streams track “Perfect Human”

Former member of Midget Fan Club, Jason Guy Smiley, is streaming a new track entitled “Perfect Human”. It’s a solo affair, and quite a sombre tune to boot. The demo it features on marks the ninth release from the performer, and you can listen to it below for free.



Coffee Project premiere new song ‘Wasted Love’

Gainesville, FL acoustic punk act Coffee Project has premiered the title track to its new EP. ‘Wasted Love’ is the band’s first new release since 2012 and will be out on June 16th, 2017 via A-F Records. The EP is already available for pre-order right here.

Head down below to stream ‘Wasted Love’.



The Homeless Gospel Choir premiere video for “Normal,” recreating Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic”

If you watch only one video today, make it this one. The Homeless Gospel Choir’s new video for “Normal” is a shot-for-shot remake of “Ironic.”

The new anthem is the title-track off the upcoming 7″, coming out on June 9th on A-F Records. Check it out over at NPR Music.



The Homeless Gospel Choir release new video for “Normal”

The Homeless Gospel Choir out of Pittsburgh, PA have just released a new video for their track, “Normal.” Directed by Doug Helmick, the video is a shot by shot recreation of Alanis Morissette’s video for “Ironic.”

This is also the title track to their 7 inch vinyl which is due for release on June 9, via A-F Records. 

Check out the video below.



Music Video: The Smith Street Band – “Shine”

Australian folk-punk outfit The Smith Street Band have released a music video for their song “Shine”, which is below.

“Shine” is taken from The Smith Street Band’s latest album More Scared of You Than You Are of Me, which was released last April.



Freya Wilcox & The Howl premiere (nsfw) video for “Skin”

Freya Wilcox & The Howl debuted their new risqué video for “Skin,” off their debut album, which will be released on June 2nd.

Wilcox had this to say about the video: “It’s a graphic ode to the dynamic thrill and powerlessness of sex and love addiction (or as most people will find more digestible, ‘falling in love’), the filming of which included hours of real pain and getting stabbed in the ass with a switchblade (accidentally), while hanging half naked from a basement ceiling. Some will call it porn, I’ll call it performance art – it’s a lot less painful than the real deal regardless.”

You can check out the video below and be grateful no one is stabbing you in the ass with a switchblade. If that is happening, you should probably tell a grown-up (so, not me).



Acoustic duo Coffee Project announce release of 7 inch vinyl for EP “Wasted Love”

Hailing from Gainesville, FL, Coffee Project are blending punk elements into acoustic chill.

Comprised of Jake Crown (Savage Brewtality) and Buddy Schaub (Less Than Jake), the pair are set to release a vinyl EP. Self described as, “at the core being upbeat acoustic pop songs,” the project takes on a more personal and relatable touch to the softer side of punk.

The EP will be out on June 16th, 2017 from A-F Records and is already available for pre-order here.



The Homeless Gospel Choir announce new 7″, “Normal”

Pittsburgh’s The Homeless Gospel Choir have a new 7″ coming on June 9th on A-F Records. You can preorder the single at A-F Records.

The single comes ahead of an LP due out fall 2017.

You can check out tour dates below, starting today in Cambridge, MA.



Jeff Caudill streaming new video for “Reset the Sun”

Folk punk Jeff Caudill is streaming a new video for the song “Reset the Sun”. The song is the title track off his most recent EP.

“This song wraps up the story of the EP,” says Caudill. “It’s about struggling with forgiveness and moving on, or starting over, and the idea that no matter how far away you go, you can always come back. I recorded the song live in one take at my home studio,” Caudill adds. “I wanted it to be real and raw. The video was shot in Galveston, TX by Upstart Film. It’s so simple yet so effective. It feels exactly how I wanted it to feel.”

You can check out the new EP and the video for the heartfelt ballad below.



Freya Wilcox & The Howl share “Leaving” off of debut album

Brooklyn punk trio Freya Wilcox & The Howl are streaming their latest single “Leaving,” off of their upcoming debut Tooth & Nail. Clocking in at about 6 minutes, the song is a pretty raw look at Wilcox’s struggles with love and relationships and that certainly comes through in the recording. It’s not very punk, but it’s pretty friggin’ rock n’ roll and I guess that’s really the point.

Best get a baseball glove, because you’re going to catch all the feelings with this one. Check out “Leaving” below.