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Send Request (easycore) premiere music video for “Anymore”

Nanticoke, PA easycore/pop-punk quartet Send Request has released the official music video for their new single “Anymore” right here on Dying Scene. The band shot the video in their friend’s house where they plug-in and unleash the infectious track confronting a frustrating situation with an optimistic attitude.

“The majority of the song’s meaning is about how I started to feel distant from the rest of the band,” says vocalist Andrew Blank. “Everyone started working full-time and we were barely even seeing each other. I knew everyone felt passionate about the band itself, but no one was able to meet up and at the time the complacency frustrated me.”

“Anymore” follows up the band’s 2015 EP Make Your Move, a release that Weekender called “a veritable toxicity of benevolent bubblegum that will literally turn your bad day on its ear; the stuff’s that enjoyable.” Fun fact: The record featured a cover of Wheatus’ “Teenage Dirtbag”.

Check out the video for “Anymore” below. If you dig the tune, you can purchase it on iTunes here.



Coast to Coast releases video for “Cornerstone”

Birmingham punk band Coast to Coast have put out a video for their song “Cornerstone,” and you can watch it below.

The song appears on the band’s latest EP, Dwell, which was released on April 8th by Fox Records.  The band’s last album was Lessons Learned, which came out last July on Maxtreme Records.



Like Pacific stream new album “Distant Like You Asked”, on tour with State Champs

Pop punks Like Pacific are streaming their new album “Distant Like You Asked” over at Noisey. You can listen to it here.

Like Pacific’s last release was their self-titled EP put out through Pure Noise Records in April 2015.

The band is currently on tour with State Champs, Knuckle Puck and Neck Deep. You can check the dates below.



Life Pacific streams new album, “Distant Like You Asked”

Canadian easycore-punk group Like Pacific have just released their new album, Distant Like You Asked, and you can stream it here.

Although Like Pacific has released a few EPs in the past, including a self-titled EP in 2015, this is the band’s first foray into full length albums, and their second time working with a label.  Distant Like You Asked was released via Pure Noise Records.



Like Pacific releases new song “22A”

Canadian easycore-punk group Like Pacific has a new song out in advance of the release of their album.  You can check out the song “22A” below.

“22A” will be featured on the band’s upcoimg album, Distant Like You Asked, which is due out on February 19th via Pure Noise Records.



Coast to Coast (pop-punk) release new single, lyric video

Japanese pop-punk band Coast to Coast have just released a new single called “Amiglia”. The track is a b-side from their EP Lessons Learned. The word, which is described as a personification of the word “amygdala”, is used to describe …”memory and the feeling of nostalgia.” For the band,  “they are singing to Amiglia, or the memories of times past.” The song has been released in the form of a lyric video that you can check out below.

Coast to Coast released Lessons Learned on July 8th, 2015 via Maxtreme Records.



Music video: Like Pacific (easycore punk) – “Distant”

Canadian easycore-punk group Like Pacific have a new music video out for their song “Distant,” and you can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming new album, Distant Like You, which is due out February 19th via Pure Noise Records.

If you like what you hear, feel free to head over here to pre-order the album.

Last month, Like Pacific announced they’d be serving as support, along with Knuckle Puck, on a co-headlining tour for State Champs and Neck Deep. Check out those dates/locations here.



Hope Sets Sail (easycore) stream new EP “Stories Yet To Unfold”

North Carolina easycore/pop-punk outfit Hope Sets Sail have just released a new EP titled “Stories Yet To Unfold” through Good Enuf Records. Give it a listen below.



Like Pacific announce new album ‘Distant Like You Asked’; stream new song “Worthless Case”

Toronto easycore-punk act Like Pacific have announced that they will be releasing their new album, Distant Like You Asked, on February 19, 2016. The band have also released the first single from the album, “Worthless Case,” which you can stream here.

Distant Like You Asked will be released through Pure Noise Records. It is the band’s first full length album with the label.



Maritime stream new album “Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones”

Milwaukee indie band Maritime are streaming their new album Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones in its entirety.

Give it a listen below.

Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones is scheduled for release on October 16th via Dangerbird Records and is currently on pre-order here.



Dear You release lyric video for “Sonder” and announce fall tour dates

Texas pop punk trio Dear You have just released a lyric video for the song “Sonder” and you can give it a listen below. The band will be hitting the road with Boys of Fall soon and you can check out the dates and locations below as well.

The song is off their latest EP titled I Can Only Blame Myself, which was released in October 2014 via Third String Records.



Coast To Coast release music video for “Empty”

Japan easycore/pop punk act Coast To Coast have released the music video for their song “Empty.”

You can check it out below.

The song appears on their debut EP “Lessons Learned” which was released through Maxtreme Records.



Nice Shot, Kid (easycore) stream 2 new songs off upcoming EP “Personal Space”

Long Island, NY’s Nice Shot, Kid is making a bid for Warped Tour’s Battle of the Bands, and they released 2 new tracks for fans to vote on.  You can give them a listen (and vote, if you choose to) here.

Both tracks, “Shelf Life” and “Cornered,” will appear on the band’s new EP, Personal Space, which will be their first release since 2014’s Setbacks.



Four Year Strong premiere new song “We All Float Down Here” off upcoming album

Massachusetts pop punk act Four Year Strong have just premiered the first new song off their upcoming self-titled release.  It’s called “We All Float Down Here” and you can give it a listen below.

The band recently revealed that their self-titled, fifth full-length album will be released on June 2, 2015 through Pure Noise Records.

Four Year Strong will serve as a follow-up to both the band’s Go Down in History EP (released July 22, 2014) and their fourth album, In Some Way, Shape, or Form (released November 8, 2011 through Decaydance / Universal Records). You can catch the band on tour with The Story So FarTerror and Souvenirs later this year.



Dorm Patrol (easycore) stream new album “Alleycat Blues”

Swedish easycore act, Dorm Patrol, are streaming their new full-length album titled “Alleycat Blues” in full and you can give it a listen below.

The album was officially released on March 28th and is a follow up to 2013′s “Big Apple, 3AM”.