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Harbour debut video for “7 Days”

Ontario pop punks, Harbour, have released a video for their song “7 Days.” You check it out along with some upcoming tour dates below.

The band had this to say about their video: “Band videos are boring and are not something you really want to share with your whole family… but dog videos are something everyone can enjoy! Here’s a dog in serious training listening to a new Harbour track.”



The Major Minor (pop-punk, Detroit, MI) announce September tour

Imminence Records pop-punk outfit The Major Minor have announced a September tour. The band will be promoting their six track label debut, “Different Light”, which was released back in May.

The tour details are below.



Neck Deep to tour US/Canada this Winter

Neck Deep, who release new album, “The Peace And The Panic” on August 18th via Hopeless Records, have announced a lengthy tour at the start of 2018 that covers the US and Canada. Tickets for the Jan/Feb tour go on sale this Friday, August 11th. For tickets, head to https://www.ndsoundcheckclub.com/.

Full details of the tour are below.



Good Grief stream new EP “Home,” release lyric video for title track

Pop-punks from the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan Good Grief are currently streaming their new EP Home. You can listen to it below.

Along with the stream, the band has released a lyric video for the title track. You can watch this below the stream. Home is set to be released on August 11, and is Good Grief’s second EP, following their debut EP No Perfect released on December 18, 2016.



The Bombpops announce European tour

San Diego pop-punks The Bombpops have announced they will be heading overseas for a European tour this October. Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

The band’s debut album Fear of Missing Out was released in February through Fat Wreck Chords. They just kicked off a west coast tour with The Fuck Off and Dies.



The Riptides (pop-punk) announce new album “Canadian Graffiti”, stream new track “Goodbye Hawaii”

On September 12th Ottawa pop-punk act The Riptdes will be unleashing their new album “Candian Graffiti” with the help of the good folks at Something To Do Records. It’s been a while since I’ve heard a good “doo wop” pop-punk song and The Riptides knocked it out of the park with their first single, “Goodby Hawaii,” which we’re pleased to premiere for you below. If the rest of the album is this good its going to make a great soundtrack for the end of summer.

Vinyl lovers, pre-order your copy here – there are only 500 physical copies being made.



The Scutches visit The Rock Room

The Scutches recently visited The Rock Room, where they played a new song called “One True Crutch,” and one older song “Don’t Go.” Make sure to check it out below.

“Don’t go” was actually covered recently by Teenage Bottlerocket, on their last LP “Stealing The Covers,” which was released on Fat Wreck Chords.



Seaway premiers “Something Wonderful”

Canadian pop-punks Seaway, have released a new song, “Something Wonderful” which you can listen to below.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming album “Vacation” due out comes out September 15th, via easing Pure Noise Records. You can check out the track list, and upcoming tour dates below as well. They have a lot of shows coming up, so you have plenty of chances to get to one.

 



New Jersey’s 3rd Times a Charm premiere video for “Empty,” announce new record “EP Collection”

Pop punks 3rd Times a Charm have announced a new record, “EP Collection.” The record will contain both previously released and new tracks.

Get a taste with their video of “Empty” below!



The Bombpops pay tribute to Teenage Bottlerocket’s Brandon Carlisle in new song “Be Sweet”

San Diego pop-punks The Bombpops have released a music video for their new song “Be Sweet”. The song pays tribute to the late Teenage Bottlerocket drummer Brandon Carlisle who tragically died in late 2015. Watch it below.

Vocalist Jen Razavi had this to say:

“’Be Sweet’ is an homage to our dear friend, the late Brandon Carlisle of the band Teenage Bottlerocket. Back in 2010, we were partying in a hotel room with Brandon and Ray Carlisle. There was a guitar in the room and Brandon was showing us an idea he had for a song. He had written it for his wife, but he told us we should play it and change the lyrics to ‘getting rad with my boyfriend.’ He wrote down all the lyrics on four sheets of hotel notepad paper. Since then, the melody and the chord progression were forgotten, but I still had the lyrics. So we wrote our own version of the song in the studio and used every single lyric that Brandon had written down.”

The band will begin their west coast tour tomorrow alongside The Fuck Off and Dies. You can check the tour dates out here.

 



The Wonder Years stream “There, There” from upcoming album “Burst & Decay”

The Wonder Years are streaming “There, There” which is taken from their upcoming acoustic album “Burst & Decay”. Give it a listen below.

“Burst & Decay” includes seven tracks from the band’s previous catalog, re-imagined and presented in a new light acoustically. It will be released on September 22nd.

The band have also announced an acoustic tour which will kick off on September 24th. You can find the list of dates below.



Music Video: All Found Bright Lights – “JUVENILE”

Nagoya, Japan based pop-punk act All Found Bright Lights have premiered a music video for their track “JUVENILE.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the band’s recently released mini-album nautilus. The mini-album was released today, you can find the tracklist and album art here.



Music Video: Stay Home Alone (Japan, pop-punk) – “Everything’s Okay When You’re Down”

Stay Home Alone, an Osaka, Japan based pop-punk band, has premiered a music video for their newest track “Everything’s Okay When You’re Down.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming single of the same name. The single is set to be released on August 20, and you can find the cover art and tracklist below the video.



The Wonder Years recorded upcoming acoustic EP at Ace Enders’ studio

The upcoming Wonder Years EP we told you about yesterday was recorded at Ace Enders‘ Lumberyard studio. He shared an Instagram post of the band and his team.

This record is going to be super weepy, isn’t it? If you dare tell anyone I’m into that, I’ll fight you. With knives.



Direct Hit! Hit! the studio to record

There you have it, pop-punk fans: Direct Hit! are hard at work, forging a whole new slew of face melting and head banging tunes for you.

From the band’s Facebook:
TIMECOP D. WALKOWIAK IN THE STUDIO TODAY DEMOING 5 OF 16 NEW SONGS FOR OUR NEXT LP. ASK IF WE SLEEP. WE DONT, SUCK IT.”

The band last released Wasted Mind last June through Fat Wreck Chords.

More information as it becomes available, as it is a breaking story. Suck it.