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Music Video: For I Am – “(Make It Out) Alive”

Belgian pop punks For I Am have released a music video for their song “(Make It Out) Alive”, which you can check out below.

“(Make It Out) Alive” is taken from For I Am’s upcoming album All About Perspectives, which will be released this Friday (March 17th) through Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK), Bearded Punk Records (BE), Trilob Records (NL) and Infected records (PT).

Music Video: Trophy Eyes – “Counting Sheep”

Australian pop-punks Trophy Eyes have released a music video for their song “Counting Sheep”, which you can check out below.

“Counting Sheep” is taken from Trophy Eye’s recent album Chemical Miracle, which was released last October on Hopeless Records.

Harbour (pop-punk) Eastern Canada 2017 tour with Keep Flying

Canadian old school pop-punk band Harbour have announced that they will be embarking on a tour of Eastern Canada in May with NJ/LI/PA emo pop-punkers Keep Flying. The tour will begin on May 11th in London, ON and will end on May 27th in Saint John – with stops at this years Pouzza Fest in between.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Harbour last released, Grade School Summer, in November 2014.

Direct Hit! releasing live 7″ for Record Store Day

Milwaukee pop-punks Direct Hit! will be releasing a live 7″ titled Live from WMSE for Record Store Day 2017. Limited to 250 copies, it will feature live recordings of “Paid in Brains” and “Was it in the Acid?” from the band’s 2016 appearance on local radio station WMSE 91.7 FM.

Check out the live recording of “Was it in the Acid?” below.

Direct Hit!’s latest album Wasted Mind released in June, 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords.

Teenage Bottlerocket recording new album

According to a recent post on their Instagram page, Wyoming pop-punk veterans Teenage Bottlerocket have returned to the Blasting Room and are recording a new album. All we currently know about the record is that it’s slated to release this summer through Fat Wreck Chords.

Teenage Bottlerocket last released Tales from Wyoming in 2015 on Rise Records. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the band’s new album come to light.

Isaac (Nottingham pop-punk) release video for new track ‘Lil Lord’ from upcoming album “Let It Burn”

Nottingham, UK pop-punks Isaac have released a video for ‘Lil Lord’. The track is from their upcoming album “Let It Burn”, available digitally on Golden Triangle Records and on cassette via Circle House Records on March 17th.

Check out the video below.

Biffers (Italian pop-punk) announce U.S. tour dates

Italian pop-punk act, Biffers, have announced a run of U.S. tour dates and you can check out the dates and locations below.

Their latest album “Vice” was released on April 15, 2016 through Kung Fu Records and serves as a follow-up to their latest EP “Frankie Road”.

Right On, Kid! stream new song ‘Safe Haven’

Albuquerque pop-punk quintet Right On, Kid! is streaming a new single via bandcamp. You can listen to ‘Safe Haven’ below.

More new music is expected soon from Right On, Kid, as the band returns to the studio in the coming weeks to record the follow up to 2016’s “On The Brighter Side of Things” with David Dominguez (The Offspring, Weezer).

Among Legends release video for “Punk Rock Hoser”

Canadian pop punks Among Legends have released a video for “Punk Rock Hoser”. The minute long ode to Canadian stereotypes is from current EP “Starting Over”, which was self-released last month.

You can watch the video below.

DS Exclusive: Save Your Generation Records Premieres New Song From Backpacks (Pop Punk) Off Upcoming Compilation Album

The roster over at Save Your Generation Records is one of the most underrated in our humble opinion. Among the many talented acts to call the Michigan based DIY label home are Hot Mulligan, Kayak Jones, Vital Sea, Sliver Age, Lawnmower, Welman and Deer Widow. Another thing all of these bands have in common? They’re all featured on the upcoming compilation album A Comprehensive Guide to Save Your Generation Records! This 12″ vinyl LP will feature several unreleased tracks as well as some old favorites from a multitude of SYG bands. Today, we’re proud to present a brand new song from one of the many incredible acts, pop punks Backpacks! The single “Huron” was produced and engineered by Nick Diener (The Swellers) and mastered by Cam Boucher (Sorority Noise, Old Gray). The LP releases digitally on March 10th (Physical release on 5/5. Preorder both here). Until then, let’s start getting you acclimated with what you’re in store for! Introduce yourself, below!

Screeching Weasel to release documentary called, “My Right: The Screeching Weasel Story”

Pop-punk veterans Screeching Weasel have announced that they will finally be creating a documentary outlining the band/member history. The highly anticipated film, which will be called, My Right: The Screeching Weasel Story, has been in production since last year and will feature anyone who has had any hand in creating or pushing the legendary group forward. The news of the film comes from the band’s page, where Ben Weasel mentioned that they were not initially planning to announce the film, but details about it got leaked.

A statement from the official documentary page reads as follows:

Thanks for friending us, gang. The director is working on a teaser video which will be posted here in about a week. We’ll also keep updating you as we film. We weren’t ready to announce this project yet but apparently the news leaked this morning so we’re scrambling to get together some info and updates for you. Needless to say, we’re contacting everybody from the band’s history, doing tons of on-the-road filming and interviews, and digging around for old recordings, footage and photos, so if you have any archival stuff on the band you’d be willing to share for the film, DM us!

Stay tuned on further announcements regarding this film, but for now you can check out the band’s announcement video below.

Sad Vegan (pop-punk) stream new EP, “Another Life, Another Day”

California pop-punk band Sad Vegan are streaming their newest EP, Another Life, Another Day, in full. The release is 6 tracks of wonderful nostalgic pop-punk sounds. It delivers the perspective of both male and female – two sides to every story on every song. On the topic of their new release, the band says:

This EP is a reflection on growing up and learning how to deal with the relationship you have with yourself and the people around you,” guitarist Bailey Blanton explains. “Whether that means cutting toxic people out of your life, or simply coming to the realization that you can always improve your own character, we are all just trying to figure it out. These six songs are our personal interpretation of this struggle.

You can check it out below.

Another Life, Another Day is officially out today worldwide.

The Split Seconds drop video for ‘How Was I To Know’

DC’s The Split Seconds have released a brand new video for their song ‘How Was I To Know’. The track will be included on the band’s upcoming full length ‘Center Of Attention’, out March 10th via Altercation Records.

Check it out below.

New Found Glory announce “20 Years of Pop Punk” Australian tour

Florida pop-punk veterans New Found Glory have announced they will be headed to Australia to tour in celebration of their 20th year as a band. You can find tour dates and locations below.

Each night of the tour the band will be playing two albums in full from their discography released pre-2010. Pre-sale tickets go on sale Thursday, 10 AM, and general tickets go on sale Friday at 11 AM. You can find more info on tickets here. The tour kicks off in Perth on the 8th of August, and ends in Melbourne on the 16th.

Music Video: Northbound – “Fade To Black”

Boca Raton pop-punks Northbound have premiered a video for their new track, titled “Fade To Black.” You can watch it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming EP, titled “The Flaws in Everything,” which is set for release on April 21 via Animal Style Records. Northbound will also be heading out on tour with Daisyhead and Tigerwine from the 13th of April, you can find the tour poster below the video.