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Face to Face release video for “Say What You Want”

Face To Face just released the new video for “Say What You Want,” off the 2016 album “Protection.” Check it out below.

Released through Fat Wreck Chords, the track deals with “how speech is often protected to be exclusionary of people who have divergent opinions from the accepted social norms. You really can’t say what you want (Trever Keith, vocals and guitar).” 

“Protection” was released in March 2016, a follow up to 2013’s “Three Chords and A Half Truth.”



Thin Lips (indie-punk) announce spring tour

Thin Lips have just announced a spring tour, with some dates joined by Museum Mouth, Great Cynics, and Signals Midwest. Check them out below, and check here for more information.

Thin Lips’ most recent release “Riff Hard” released via Lame-O-Records is the follow up to the 2015 EP “Divorce Year.”



American Standards release “Carpe Diem, Tomorrow” video and announce tour dates

Phoenix, AZ based hardcore act American Standards have dropped the music video for “Carpe Diem, Tomorrow” off the “Anti-Melody” album, set for release on April 28th. You can scope out the video, and their fresh tour dates below.

“Anti- Melody” will be a follow up to “Hungry Hands.”



Ducking Punches (folk-punk) release “Fun Fun Fun” music video and 2017 tour dates

Folk-punk act Ducking Punches just released a music video for their song “Fun Fun Fun,” off their 2016 release “Fizzy Brain.” Check it out below along with the band’s upcoming UK/ Euro tour dates.

The band will be accompanied on this UK/ Euro tour by Safe Gigs For Women who will be promoting their cause with friendly chats and merchandise.

To pick up a copy (physical or download) of Fizzy Brain, click here.

Fizzy Brain” was released via Xtra Mile Recording and serves as a follow-up to 2014’s “Dance Before You Sleep.”



The Total Bettys (pop punk) stream new song “Stay Here All Night”

San Francisco pop punk group The Total Bettys are streaming their new song, the introvert anthem “Stay Here All Night” from their upcoming album, Peach.

You can give it a listen below.

Peach is set to be released on May 12th, 2017.



The Wet Bandits (melodic-punk) announce new EP “I Hope You Hear This” and tour dates

Canadian punk act “The Wet Bandits” have announced the release of a new 7 song EP “I Hope You Hear This”. The album serves as a follow up to the bands April 2016 release “Sound Waves”.

The band will embark on a tour in support of the new release. You can find the dates below .



Family Meeting (melodic-punk) debut song “Bring A Friend To Work Day” from upcoming EP “No One Cares Till Your Dead”

Canadian melodic punks Family Meeting are streaming the song “Bring A Friend To Work Day” from their debut album “No One Cares Till Your Dead”. The album is set to be released on April 28 through the bands bandcamp page.

You can check out the song here.

The band has announced a few tour dates with Canadian punk mainstays Mute in support of the album. Check out the tour dates below.

 



Havelocke (melodic-emo punk) stream single “The Nightmare”

UK based punk rockers Havelocke have streamed a new single “The Nightmare”. This is the first song from the bands upcoming EP “Sleep When The World Ends” which is set to be released in June.

You can check the song out here.



Quitters (pop-punk) Stream New Album “Good Night Memories”

French punk act Quitters are streaming their upcoming album “Good Night Memories”.

You can check it out below.

The album is the first from Quitters since their May 2015 realease “Move On to Honest Things”.  The new album is set to be released April 27, 2017.



Exploding In Sound Records announces “Live at Shea Stadium” benefit comp. (Big Ups, LVL UP, Ovlov & more)

As you’ve probably heard, Brooklyn-based DIY recording venue/show space Shea Stadium has fallen on hard times, having recently been forced shut down a month ago after a series of violations issued by the city.

Shea Stadium founder Adam Reich and his team are working diligently to get the space back up and running — totally legally this time — to resume their eight year run of offering the scene a space where bands could put on, and record, and get paid for, their live performances. As such, they launched a Kickstarter campaign geared at raising the funds necessary to help Shea Stadium complete renovations, combat legal fees, and come into compliance with myriad codes and regulations. Featured amongst the Kickstarter options is a compilation curated by Exploding In Sound Records that consists of performances from two dozen different bands recorded live at Shea over the last eight years. Included are bands like Big Ups, LVL UP, Ovlov, Washer, Palehound, Krill and a bunch more. Get the full details at the Kickstarter page here and help get Shea back up and running.



Primetime Failure announce debut EP “Home”, stream title track

German pop-punks Primetime Failure have announced their debut EP Home. The 8-song release is due out on May 12th through Disconnect Disconnect Records.

The title track is streaming on Spotify, and you can check it out here.



Encourager stream “Unswimming Lessons” from upcoming album “RAGER”

Seattle’s Encourager have premiered a new song from their upcoming album RAGER. The track’s called “Unswimming Lessons”, and you can check it out below.

RAGER is set to release on May 13th. Head over here to pre-order the album.



Racquet Club (The Jealous Sound, Samiam & Knapsack) to release LP through Rise Records

Members of The Jealous Sound, Samiam, and Knapsack have formed a new band called Racquet Club. The group’s debut album will be released later this year through Rise Records. They will make their live debut on May 6th at the Resident in Los Angeles, CA.

You can listen to the band’s first single “Blood on the Moon” below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Racquet Club’s debut album come to light.



The Offspring’s Noodles hopes new album will be released this year

It’s been approximately five years since The Offspring released their last album Days Go By, but in a recent interview, guitarist Noodles expressed hope that their long-awaited follow-up to that album will be released this year, and revealed that they have tracked down four new songs.

He said, “We’re hoping to get it out this year, yeah! We’ve been working on it. It’s going real slow. [laughs] We’ve been in and out of the studio for a few years now. We want to get some songs out before we did the whole record. Like, “Coming for You,” whenever that was released.”

Noodles was also asked if the new album has a title yet, and his response was, “No, not until we have a bunch of songs that are kind of cohesive. We’re not really far enough along to figure out a vibe or concept. We have about four songs that are done. Not even at the halfway point yet.”



Yotam Ben Horin (Useless ID) releases new album

Yotam Ben Horin, whom you might recognize as the bassist and vocalist for Useless ID, has released a new seemingly-self titled (I looked everywhere, couldn’t find it) acoustic album, produced by Joey Cape and released via One Week Records. Based on the album art, this record looks like a lot of fun. Or nostalgic. Or both, if you’re into fun and nostalgia. You can pick the album up here.

Yotam was last heard on his 2015 album California Sounds, released on Hardline Entertainment.