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Sorority Noise stream new song “Disappeared,” announce US tour

Hartford, Connecticut’s Sorority Noise have premiered another track from their upcoming album You’re Not As _____ As You Think and announced a US tour in support of the release.

You can give “Disappeared” a listen and check out the tour dates below.

You’re Not As _____ As You Think comes out on March 17th through Triple Crown Records. It will be the band’s third full-length album, following 2015’s Joy, Departed.



Basement stream deluxe edition of latest album “Promise Everything”

UK punk rockers Basement are currently streaming the deluxe edition of their latest album, “Promise Everything,” through Fueled by Ramen Records. You can listen to it in full below.

The deluxe edition of the album comes with four brand new tracks, which include a cover of My Favorite Game by The Cardigans, two acoustic versions of tracks (“Blinded Bye” & “Aquasun”), and one all new song titled “Cloud.”



The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die announce tour dates

Connecticut rockers The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have announced they will be touring with singer-songwriter Fred Thomas at the end of the month. You can find tour dates and locations below.

The band are also giving away two tickets to each show, you can enter the draw to win through here.



Oslow (Australia, Emo) stream debut self-titled album

Emo punks from Sydney, Australia Oslow have released their debut self-titled album. You can listen to a full stream below.

Oslow’s last release prior to the album was a 7″ released on March 27, 2015 titled “No Longer Concerns Me.” Their debut album was released through Resist Records, and dropped on February 10th.



Daisyhead announce new album “In Case You Missed It,” premiere video for new track “Don’t Feel Bad”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead have announced they will be releasing a new album, titled “In Case You Missed It,” on April 28 via No Sleep Records.

Along with this announcement, Daisyhead has released a video for a new track from the upcoming album, titled “Don’t Feel Bad.” You can find the video here. They have also announced the first leg of their release tour, starting on April 13 in Orlando, Florida with Northbound and Tigerwine in support. You can find tour dates and locations below.



Save Face & Mom Jeans tour dates

Save Face and Mom Jeans have an extensive tour coming up through March into April. Full dates are below.

Save Face recently released new album “Folly” via Take This To Heart Records, with Mom Jeans having released “Best Buds” last summer.



Boston Manor (emo, UK) release new video for “Burn You Up” and announce North American tour

UK emotional rockers Boston Manor have released a music video for the track “Burn You Up”. The song comes from the five piece’s latest release Be Nothing, released by Pure Noise Records last year.

As well as the video, the band are also embarking on a pretty extensive US tour with fellow label band Moose Blood. You’ll find both the dates, and the video below.



Lincoln (Emo) stream debut EP “A Constant State of Ohio”

Cincinnati, Ohio based emo/alt-rock-punk blend Lincoln is currently streaming his debut EP, titled “A Constant State of Ohio.” You can listen to it below.

“A Constant State of Ohio” was released on January 27 via I Surrender Records. The EP features Brett Romnes of I Am The Avalanche on drums, and guest vocals from Gary Cioni formerly of Crime in Stereo and Daytrader.



Sorority Noise stream new song “A Better Sun”

Hartford, Connecticut’s Sorority Noise are streaming another song from their upcoming album You’re Not As _____ As You Think. Check out “A Better Sun” below.

You’re Not As _____ As You Think releases on March 17th through Triple Crown Records. It will be the band’s third full-length album, following 2015’s Joy, Departed.



Taking Back Sunday release video for “Call Come Running”

Taking Back Sunday has a new video for the song “Call Come Running,” and you can watch it below.

The video promises to be “the most personal video yet for frontman Adam Lazzara,” according to a recent interview, and features a cameo by Lazzara’s father.

The song appears on the band’s 7th studio album, Tidal Wave, which was released in September of 2016.



Sorority Noise stream cover of Brand New’s “Me vs. Maradona vs. Elvis”

Hartford, Connecticut’s Sorority Noise has released a cover of Brand New‘s track “Me vs. Maradona vs. Elvis.” You can listen to it below.

The cover was performed and arranged by frontman Cameron Boucher. Sorority Noise will be releasing their upcoming album on March 17, titled “You’re Not As _____ As You Think.”



Basement sign to Fueled By Ramen, stream new version of “Promise Everything”

UK punk rockers Basement have dropped a bombshell (a good bombshell) on fans today with the announcement that they have signed a deal with Fueled by Ramen Records.

This new deal will see the band release a reissue of 2016 album, Promise Everything, which was originally released by Run For Cover Records. The deluxe reissue will be released digitally on March 3rd, CD on March 17th, and vinyl on March 19th. Given time constraints, the band couldn’t record all of the songs the way they wanted to, however, they re-recorded the title track for this reissue and have released it for streaming – a preview of things to come.

A lengthy statement from the band reads:

There’s been a lot going on behind the scenes with Basement as of late and we’re excited to finally share some of that with you all. In December, we took a chance and signed a new record deal with the people at Fueled By Ramen. We can’t pretend that this was an easy decision to make because up until this point, we owe so much of everything that’s happened to Run For Cover. That being said, time is short and even more so in the world of music and when you’re presented with an incredible opportunity such as this, you have to give it a shot. Thank you to RFC for always supporting us and a MASSIVE thank you to FBR for taking a chance on us. We are very excited for the future. 

We will be releasing a deluxe version of “Promise Everything” via FBR on March 3rd. When we recorded the album Promise Everything we didn’t have the luxury of time. The concept of sitting on songs and making sure we were happy with their arrangement was alien to us. With the re-release of the record we felt it was the perfect opportunity to go back to the song we thought was the strongest and make it as good as we could. Here’s the new version of the song “Promise Everything” we came up with! Thanks for checking it out.

You can stream the newly revamped song below. You can also pre-order the album here, which will get you 4 bonus tracks!



Sorority Noise will donate album proceeds to ACLU

If you’ve been thinking of checking out Hartford, Connecticut punks Sorority Noise, now may be the time to do it.  The band is offering up their entire back catalogue from now through Sunday as a pay-what-you-want download, with all proceeds going to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).  

In a statement, the band said:

We as a band can not remain silent in these times of bigotry and racism. We stand in solidarity with our Muslim friends, and against the authoritarian tactics meant to divide us. In noting the outreach platform that we’re fortunate to have, we are making all of our music “pay what you like,” and will be directing all donations to ACLU.

You can find Sorority Noise on Bandcamp here.  Their upcoming album, You’re Not as ____ as You Think You Are, is due out on March 17th.



Pinegrove release live album “Elsewhere,” announce upcoming tour

Montclair, NJ based midwest emos Pinegrove are streaming a live collection of songs under the title “Elsewhere.” You can listen to it below.

The album was recorded during their tour with Kevin Devine, Petal and Julien Baker, and was released on January 20. The album is available for pay-what-you-want, and all profits will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. On the release, Evan Stephens Hall said: We recorded these songs towards the end of our tour with Kevin Devine, Petal, & Julien Baker—the last run of a year in which we played almost 200 shows! This release is intended as a thank you letter to everybody who supported us in any way. It was a challenging year, but So rewarding to meet so many wonderful people, & to learn a little more about what this good country is really like. We have found it to be beautiful the whole way through, populated by excellent people everywhere. We thank you sincerely for your help, your love, & your generosity. This tour took us across the United States through the days leading up to the 2016 US election, election day, & the aftermath. We felt consequently that it’s an especially good time to do what we can to promote love & equality. As a small gesture of commitment to the cause, this album is available for free or donation, & all profits will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Thanks again.

The band has also announced a run of shows in the coming months, and you can find tour dates and locations below the stream.



by the end of summer (Japan Emo) stream 2 tracks from upcoming EP “Laughing E.P.”

Kyoto, Japan based twinkly emos by the end of summer are currently streaming 2 tracks from their upcoming EP, titled “Laughing E.P.” You can listen to them below.

The two tracks, “Phony” and “Buzz Lightyear,” mark the opening and closing of the upcoming EP, which is set to drop on February 18 and follows their last EP, “Sunlight E.P.” from August, 2016.