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Remnants (pop-punk) stream new single “Old Haunts”

New York pop-punk band Remnants are streaming a new song called “Old Haunts” over on their Bandcamp page. This is a hard-hitter from the group and an all around classic pop-punk tune that all fans of the genre can enjoy. You can listen to it below.

The band last released their self-titled EP in 2015.



Western Daughter (indie-punk) stream new song “Pillars of Salt”

Idaho indie-punk band Western Daughter are streaming a brand new song off of their new upcoming album, Driftwood Songs. The song is called “Pillars of Salt”, and it is a punchier tune on the album, FFO Modest Mouse, Somos, Pity Sex. You can check it out here.

Western Daughter’s previous release was 2015’s As the Sun Went Down. Driftwood Songs is scheduled for release on March 24th, 2017.



Setbacks (skate-punk) stream new song “Absent Minded” off upcoming album “Oceans Apart”

International skate-punk band Setbacks have premiered a brand new single off of their upcoming album, Oceans Apart. The song is called “Absent Minded” and you can stream it below.

The band, which features members from the US, UK, and South Africa, wrote and recorded this album by coordinating with each other completely online. Now, if that is not amazing then I do not know what is. The effort is solid and it shows, we are happy to share this song with you.

There are currently pre-orders being taken for the album, you can check that out here if you are interested. You can also view a full track-listing below.

Oceans Apart will serve as a follow-up to the group’s 2015 EP, The New Frontier. 



Downtown Boys stream new song “Somas Chulas”off upcoming album

Rhode Island’s Downtown Boys are streaming a brand new single. The song is called “Somas Chulas” and it is a track off of the band’s upcoming LP, which is due out later this year. You can listen to the song below.

Downtown boys last released Full Communism on May 5th via Don Giovanni Records.



Kill Her First debut video for ‘The One Who’s Always Right’

German melodic hardcore act Kill Her First has a new video out. ‘The One Who’s Always Right‘ is the next single off the band’s upcoming EP ‘Born to Be Strong‘, set to be released on the 29th of March via KROD records.

Check out the video for ‘The One Who’s Always Right’ below.



New Band Alert: Mystery Weekend channel older Coheed & Protest The Hero in their unique brand of pop punk

Ontario once again delivers a fantastic new melodic punk act to the international punk community! Mystery Weekend aren’t just another drop into the oversaturated melodic Canadian punk scene though. The pop-punk act seem to draw heavy influences from more progressive, metal/punk acts like early Coheed & Cambria or Protest The Hero but remain more heavily rooted in punk rock. The three piece recently released their debut album Surprise! and you can stream it in its entirety below.

*update: I just found out this is the side project of Protest The Hero singer Rody Walker so guess that explains the Protest The Hero influence. #worstinvestigativejournalismaward



October Bird Of Death stream debut EP ‘Death Made Its Offer’

Old school Chicago punks October Bird Of Death are celebrating a birth in the family rather than a death today. ‘Death Made Its Offer’ is officially out now via ZAP records .

Head down below for some solid punk ‘n roll.



C.C. Potato streams debut album ‘The Upper Decker’

LA based C.C. Potato is streaming its debut album ‘The Upper Decker’. The guys also recently released a couple of videos starring Andy Dick. If you’re curious for those head over to the band’s youtube channel here.

The Upper Decker is available for you to check out over at and bandcamp and just here below.



New band alert: introducing party punks Day Jobs

It’s not always easy to judge a band by its first demos. Especially if they sound like they are (and actually are) recorded in someone’s basement.

It’s very obvious though, that recently formed Detroit, MI party punks Day Jobs have a real gift for writing poppy, fast hooks. I can already see myself slamming PBR’s while catching these dudes at FEST. If you’re up for some Dillinger Four / Kid Dynamite inspired tunes, you can head down below to listen to Day Jobs ‘Work Sucks’ demos.

Day Jobs is playing its first show this Saturday with Worship This! and Break Anchor. I’d suggest you keep an eye on these guys!



Noise punks Zaga Zaga debut video for ‘Eraserheads’

Israeli noise punks Zaga Zaga have premiered a video for their new song ‘Eraserheads‘. The track is the next single of their self-titled album, out now via HowToBeCool Records.

Check out the video below and head over to the band’s bandcamp to stream Zaga Zaga in full.



Hot Mass (punk) streaming previously unreleased song “Flatman”

UK punk rockers Hot Mass are streaming a previously unreleased track titled “Flatman”. This song is one of the B-sides to their album Nervous Tensions.

You can give “Flatman” a listen below.

Nervous Tensions was released June 7th through Brassneck Records.



Homeless Gospel Choir announce new album, “Misunderstood And Sweaty”

Well here’s a fun and weird little story. Derek Zanetti, who’s better known as the one-man show that is The Homeless Gospel Choir  has uncovered what he reports is a hard drive containing thousands of off little songs and snippets that he’s determined equate to about six hours of usable, listenable material. He’s going to release them in a series of limited cassette tape releases, and the first of them, called “Misunderstood and Sweaty,” is now available. You can pick up yours here, but they’re limited to 200, so maybe act fast?

 



New Music: Household – “Distant Truth (Part 1)” from upcoming split with Infinite Me

Minneapolis-based melodic hardcore group Household are streaming a brand new song. It’s called “Distant Truth (Part 1)” and it’s slated to appear on their upcoming split with fellow Minneapolis band Infinite Me. Check it out here.

The aforementioned Infinite Me split is due out May 5th via Blood & Ink Records. If you’re so inclined, you can pre-order it here.



Chinese Football (Emo) stream new EP “Here comes a new challenger!”

Wuhan, China based emo act Chinese Football are streaming their newest EP, titled “Here comes a new challenger!” You can listen below.

You can find the tracklist in English below the stream. “Here comes a new challenger!” follows the band’s last release, a compilation they put together of bands they played with whilst touring across China, released on February 14, 2016 and titled “Come Together!”



I Love Your Lifestyle (Sweden, Emo) stream new single “Touch / Fire”

Malmö, Sweden based emo act I Love Your Lifestyle are streaming a new 2 song single, titled “Touch / Fire.” You can listen to it below.

I Love Your Lifestyle’s last release was their debut album “We Go Way Back,” which was released on February 22, 2016 via Dog Knights Productions. You can listen to the album here.