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Music Video: The Bombpops – “FOMO”

San Diego pop-punk band The Bombpops have released a brand new music video for their song, “FOMO.” The track is one off of their debut album, Fear of Missing Out.  

You can watch the clip below.

Fear of Missing Out was released in February through Fat Wreck Chords

The Playbook release cover of “Macy’s Day Parade” by Green Day to raise money for The Heart Foundation

Australian pop-punks The Playbook are streaming an acoustic cover of the track “Macy’s Day Parade,” originally by Green Day. The track was released in order to raise money for The Heart Foundation in Australia. You can listen below, and if you can consider donating through Bandcamp here as all proceeds will go towards The Heart Foundation.

On the release the band has said: It’s far from polished, there are mistakes and off notes, but there is a reason behind our decision to put this online… Brent, one of our guitarists, had a heart transplant when he was a teenager. He doesn’t complain about it, however, the things that he goes through health wise every single day are absolutely mind blowing to the rest of us. Recently, Brent has been in hospital going through cardiac failure. Despite all of his best efforts, he is unable to come to Tasmania with us on The December Dates In Forgotten States Tour. As a result, we will now be playing these shows acoustically. We’ll be playing originals with a couple of covers thrown in, so thought this is how we would make the (very last minute) announcement. This cover will be online for only a short time and we will be giving any money donated by you guys for the track to the Heart Foundation to support them in all the brilliant work they do. This means a lot to us personally, so thank you in advance for checking out the cover!

Light The Way (pop punk) stream “Lost The Handle” and “Snapping Necks & Cashing Checks”

California punks, Light The Way are now streaming their two new singles “Lost The Handle” and “Snapping Necks & Cashing Checks,” with a video for “Lost The Handle” on tap as well.

The pop punk act will be planning on a release of upcoming EP False Memory Syndrome in 2018.

The act has already released two EPs, dubbed “Grace” and “Dude, Lame.”

Check out the new singles and video below!

Bleacher Days (pop punk) stream new EP ahead of schedule, set out on December tour

Boston punks Bleacher Days are now streaming their new EP, I Only Saw True Purpose, ahead of schedule.

The boys are also setting out on their run of December shows next Friday, December 8th to celebrate.

According to vocalist Wren Mohammed, The period when we were writing the songs was for sure a rough time, but it was a complete catharsis honestly. Our producer Chris had a much larger part in the writing process, and the songs are all SO much better for it. He’s a really talented guy, and we learned a lot when we recorded with him, so we’re lucky to have him on our team. Recording the songs definitely helped us all cope with what we were individually going through at the time as well. So even though frustration is what drove its conception, in the end we all came out much healthier and wiser people, and we hope each listener feels that with each listen.

You can listen to the new EP, or check out the show dates below.

DS Exclusive: Hard To Hit (Pop Punk) Premieres New EP, Better Than I’ve Been

Since their inception in 2015, San Diego pop punks Hard To Hit have been making a name for themselves with a high octane, pop punk sound, bringing West Coast noise and hard hitting lyricism to the genre. Now, the quintet is back with their sophomore EP and our lucky readers get to be the first to hear it, in it’s entirety before it releases tomorrow! When we asked the guys about the five track album they said: “It’s about self-improvement and perseverance. It’s understanding that life isn’t figured out all at once, but with each small step forward. It’s gaining awareness of toxic relationships and harmful behaviors, and finding something positive to focus on to get through even the toughest times. These are songs we’re really proud of and love playing.” So, git to listenin’! Stream the world premiere of Better Than I’ve Ever Been, exclusively here at DS, below!

*The band’s last album was their 2015 self titled EP

See You Smile premiere nostalgic music video for new track “Feel My Luck”

Tokyo, Japan based pop-punk act See You Smile have premiered a music video for their new track “Feel My Luck.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the band’s recently announced upcoming EP, which will be titled Pure. The EP is set to be released on December 29. See You Smile will be headed out on tour around Japan from November 30th, supporting Canadian pop-punks Seaway with Japan based punk-rockers Castaway.

Seconds To Stand (pop-punk) stream new EP “Throwing Darts”

Boston area pop-punk act Seconds To Stand are streaming their new EP Throwing Darts.

You can give it a listen below.

Throwing Darts was released on November 25th, 2017.  It follows up their first EP, Won’t Be Around Forever, that was released back in November 2014.

Grim Deeds (Pop Punk) stream two new songs

California pop-punk ramonescore band Grim Deeds are streaming two new songs, “Story Of My Life” and “Leave The World Behind.”

You can give them a listen below.

The two songs were released as singles earlier this month, and follow the bands’ last full length, Do Not Mock Satan, that was released just a few weeks ago on November 17th, 2017.

Watashi Wa Dance Party stream new EP

Pop punk act Watashi Wa Dance Party are now streaming their newest EP “Character Volume III: Erich”

You can stream the new EP below.

Avenues (pop punk, WI) Stream Demo of “Supersonic” from Forthcoming Album

Milwaukee-based pop punkers Avenues are streaming a rough cut of a track they’re featuring on a forthcoming record. “Supersonic” will appear on We’re All Doomed which will be released in spring 2018. The album will be the first collection of music from the group since their 2015 EP Creep Show

Fans can check out “Supersonic” below whilst they wait for the full album release.

Green Day Release Video for “2,000 Light Years Away”

One of pop punk’s most celebrated artists, Green Day, have put out a video for one of their classic tracks. To coincide with the release of Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band, the group have added visuals from their very early days to their 1991 song “2,000 Light Years Away”. It was originally released on the record, Kerplunk of the same year.

Check out the video for “2,000 Light Years Away” below.

Harbour (Pop punk) release new EP “Dead In The Water”

Ontario’s pop punks Harbour have released a new EP. “Dead In The Water” is a seven song affair which has come out on Black Numbers and is the follow up to the band’s 2014 EP “Grade School Summer“.

You can listen to the EP below.

Alaska Alaska (Pop-punk) to release new EP “Another Planet’s Hell”

Welsh pop punks Alaska Alaska are to release new EP “Another Planet’s Hell”, the band’s third, on Dirty Sushi Records on December 1st. Advance track “More Pain Than Pleasure” is streaming now over on the label’s Bandcamp.

Pre-orders for the CD version are also up now. You can listen to the track below.

QWAM premieres debut single ‘Doggie Door’

Brooklyn based punk act QWAM premiered its very first single ever. The dance floor rager ‘Doggie door’ immediately gives you a good idea of what the band is all about: fun and highly energetic punk rock earworms that get stuck in your head fast.

QWAM’s debut EP ‘Feed Me’ will be out January 19th. Definitely a new band we can’t wait to hear more of.

Check out ‘Doggie Door’ below now.

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.