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Fake News (punk) stream new song “Lead Balloon”

Gold Coast punks Fake News are streaming their new song “Lead Balloon,” which comes from their upcoming album, EWWWW!, that is set to be released on August 8th.

You can give the song a listen below.

Fake News last released No Walls in January 2018.

Okigubo Station (pop punk) announce new album, release video

Okigubo Station, the new band featuring Asian Man Records founder and current/past member of such bands as Skankin’ Pickle, The Chinkees, and The Bruce Lee Band, Mike Park, and Maura Weaver of the on-hiatus band Mixtapes, have announced that they will be releasing their first full-length, We Can Pretend Like, on August 24 via Asian Man. 

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album, the band has released a video for their song “Take A Piece Of All That’s Good,” which you can check out below.

Okigubo Station last released their self-titled EP in 2017.

Sum 41 plan to release new album next year

Sum 41 front man Deryck Whibley recently made a twitter post laying out the bands’ plans for the rest of the year, and it looks like they are getting set to release a new album in 2019!

Sum 41’s latest album 13 Voices was released in October, 2016 through Hopeless Records.

Mercy Music (pop punk) announce new album “Until The End Of Your World”

Las Vegas pop punk act Mercy Music have announced they will be releasing their new album Until The End Of Your World on July 13th via La Escalera Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, you can check out a lyric video for “Hang Your Head” and a music video for “Song For” below.

Mercy Music last released When I Die, I’m Taking You With Me in 2014.

Rundown Kreeps (punk) streaming new album “Illside Village”

Los Angeles punks Rundown Kreeps are streaming their new album Illside Village. Featuring an eclectic mix of punk, ska, a wee bit of psychobilly, this album has something for everyone.

Give it a listen below.

This is the second release for the California punks, the first being 2015’s Breaking the Routine EP. If you’re a fan of The Vandals or Sublime you’ll undoubtedly want to give these guys a listen.

System Restore (punk) streaming new EP “Suburban Drones”

Casper punks System Restore are streaming their new EP Suburban Drones. Released June 24th through No Affiliation Records, this EP features five in your face punk tracks that follow the old tried and true method of: fast, hard and in your face.

Check out the Suburban Drones below.

This is the début release for the Wyoming punks. If you’re a fan of NoFX or Bad Religion you will definitely want to give these guys a listen.

The Fallout (punk) streaming single “Raise Your Flag” off upcoming album

Hamilton punks The Fallout are streaming the single Raise Your Flag off their upcoming EP Raise Your Flag and Other Anthems. The four song EP is set to be released August 15th through Rebel Time Records.

Give the new single a listen below.

This will be the fifth release for the big city punks, their last album Dismantlement was released back in 2007. If you’re a fan of Anti-Flag or Propagandhi you will no doubt enjoy The Fallout.

Dwellings (melodic) streaming new album “Lavender Town”

Modesto melodic punks Dwellings are streaming their new album Lavender Town. The album was released June 29th through Tragic Hero Records, I was particularly fond of the track “Color of the Cat Tree”.

Give the album a listen below.

This is the début album for the California punks. If you’re a fan of The Weakerthans or Matchbook Romance these guys combine The Weakerthans ability to tell a great story, with the heavy melodic sound of early 2000’s Matchbook Romance.

Rise Against Stream Video for “Megaphone”

Rise Against have just released a video for their track “Megaphone”. The tune features on the band’s 2017 record Wolves. 

Rise Against also have a new album in the pipeline. The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol 1 will be comprised of orchestral and acoustic reworkings of select numbers from their back-catalogue. It’s due to be released on July 27.

All you Rise Against fans can check out “Megaphone” below whilst you wait for The Ghost Note Symphonies, Vol 1 to drop. Enjoy!

Consumed (Punk, UK) Stream Lyric Video for “Wake Up Warning” From Forthcoming EP

The UK’s Consumed are streaming a lyric video for a track from their soon-to-be-released EP. “Wake Up Warning” will feature on A Decade of No which is due to be come out on July 13 via SBAM Records. It will be the band’s first release in a whole 16 years!

You can check out “Wake Up Warning” below.

Carol Hodge (Folk, UK) Streams Album “Hold On To That Flame”

Manchester-based singer/songwriter Carol Hodge is allowing fans to stream her latest work. The record is titled Hold on to that Flame and features eleven piano-driven, socio-political tunes.

Carol’s latest efforts might not be the punkiest thing we’ve ever covered on Dying Scene but she did collaborate with Crass vocalist Steve Ignorant on his Last Supper world tour – that’s pretty “punk”, right? She also sang for disco-punk four-piece Bad Taste Barbies.

You can listen to Hold on to that Flame below. If you like it, get it bought! You can pick up physical copies from September 3. Pre-orders and digital downloads can be found at Chopback Music.

Mom Jeans stream new album “Puppy Love” and announce tour dates

Berkeley’s Mom Jeans are streaming their new album Puppy Love.  It’s ten songs full of crippling anxiety and fear of the future tightly wrapped in some indie emo punk. The last release was 2016’s Best Buds.

They have two album release shows planned, the first on July 20 in San Francisco which is already sold out, while tickets are still available for July 21 in Los Angeles. After that they are embarking on a huge tour of the US that starts in Santa Ana, CA in September and goes until the end of November.

Check out the stream and the tour dates below.

Another Astronaut(pop-punk) stream single “Parkway”

Bronx, NY’s Another Astronaut are streaming a new single “Parkway” featuring guest vocals by Danielle Minch of Behind the Facade.

They last released Arrested Development in December of 2017.

Check out the stream below.

Down By Law stream “Rebrand It” off their new album All In

Down By Law are streaming a song off their new album All In, which is due out August 3 on Kung Fu Records and Cleopatra Records. It is their first album since 2013’s Revolution Time.

If you’re enjoying the sound, be sure to pre-order the album here.

Check out “Rebrand It” below.

Dear Youth (pop-punk) stream new EP “You Could Wish Me The Best”

Montreal pop-punk band Dear Youth have released their new EP via Anchor 84. The EP, You Could Wish Me the Best was released on June 29 and is their debut with Anchor 84.

You can stream the EP below.