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Fearless Records announces “Punk Goes Pop Volume 7”

Fearless Records has announced its newest edition of Punk Goes Pop. Volume 7 of the compilation will feature bands like Knuckle Puck, Dance Gavin Dance, New Years Day, Andy Black, Boston Manor, Grayscale, and many more covering today’s radio pop hits. The new volume will feature 12 tracks covering a breadth of pop artists. To celebrate this announcement, Fearless has released a video for Dance Gavin Dance’s edition of “That’s What I Like” (originally by Bruno Mars).

You can check the video clip out below

Pre-orders for digital and physical copies are currently underway here.

Volume 7 of Punk Goes Pop will officially be released on July 14th.

Death By Dingo stream “The Beach” off of upcoming album

Montreal punks Death By Dingo are streaming “The Beach” off of their upcoming album A Call of Survival,  which will be out on June 16th. You can preorder it via Bandcamp.

Check out “The Beach” below.

The Lillingtons drop video for new song “Project 313”

The Lillingtons (fronted by Teenage Bottlerocket’s Kody Templeman) premiered their newest song from their upcoming EP, “Project 313.”

The new EP, their first release in 11 years, will see a digital release on this Friday, June 2nd, and the 7″ will be out on June 9th from our glorious comrades at Red Scare Industries.

Check out the video at Riotfest!

Okay. Look. I said if you should only watch one video today, that it be this one. Then I said you should watch the new Hot Water Music video too. Well. Watch this one too. And you know what? I’m not sorry. Watch them all. You owe it to yourself.

See? Don’t you feel better? I thought so.

You’re welcome.

Bombers (Pop Punk/Emo) stream new EP “Memorial Day”

New York punk rock outfit Bombers have released Memorial Day, a 4 track EP available through their Bandcamp.

Check it out here!

New Found Glory hit the road with “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour

New Found Glory have announced a fall/winter leg of their “20 Years of Pop Punk” tour, proving what’s old is new again.

This leg of their tour will kick off on July 11th in Richmond VA and wrap up December 2nd in Alabama. Check out the full list of tour dates here.

Their last release, Makes Me Sick, was released April 28th through Hopeless Records.

Broadside release new video “Paradise”

Broadside have released a video for “Paradise”, the title track from their upcoming Victory Records album. The album is released June 16th, with pre-order bundles up now.

You can watch the video below.

At The Wayside (pop-punk) stream new album “The Breakdown And The Fall”

Pop-punkers At The Wayside are currently streaming their new album “The Breakdown And The Fall.” You can listen to it below.

New Band Alert: Radar State (feat. members of The Get Up Kids, The Architects, The Anniversary) – “Spinning Wheel”

Well this is awesome!

If you’re not familiar with Radar State, that’s because their a brand-new venture from what should be some pretty familiar faces: Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids, The New Amsterdams), Jim Suptic (The Get Up Kids), Adam Phillips (The Architects, The Gadjits) and Josh Berwanger (The Anniversary, Berwanger). Put ’em together and what have you got? A pretty tight, rad throwback pop-punk style band with some really catchy melodies.

The band debuted their lead single, “Spinning Wheel,” yesterday. It’s really great; check it out below.

“Spinning Wheel” is slated to appear on the band’s debut seven-inch, alongside two additional tracks, “Drugs USA” and “Double Speak.” It should be out in September, but if you dig what you hear, you can pre-order Radar State merch right here.

Infinite Signal stream new EP “The Dread”

California pop-punks Infinite Signal have released a new EP titled The Dread. You can give the 6-song release a listen below, and buy it on their bandcamp page.

This is the band’s first new music in three years, following their 2014 debut album Nox Opus.

Small Town Heroes enlist big-time names for debut album

Despite being an unsigned band, Aussie pop-punks Small Town Heroes have managed to gather some big-time support as co-writers for their upcoming debut album, featuring names like Pete Wentz, Chris Cheney of The Living End, Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots, Travis Barker and producer John Feldmann.

The debut album is expected to drop later this year.

Check out some tracks from their EP Set Free below.

Pet Symmetry stream new song “LTCTLYB”

Chicago songsmiths Pet Symmetry are streaming their brand new song “LTCTLYB”, taken from their upcoming album Vision. You can give that song a listen below.

Vision will be released this Friday (May 26th) via Polyvinyl Record Company.

American Pastime stream new song “Stay”

Birmingham, Alabama pop punks American Pastime are streaming a new song from their upcoming album, “A Sinking Feeling.”

The new album will be out on June 30th on Wilhelm/Victory Records.

Check out the new song here.

Backpacks premiere new song ‘Burned By You’

Michigan’s Backpacks have premiered a new song. ‘Burned By You‘ is the first track from their upcoming EP  ‘Bad Dream’, out June 16 via Save Your Generation Records. The whole thing is up for pre-order here.

Catch the video for ‘Burned By Youbelow.

New band alert: The Desperation debuts very first single ‘EIGHTFIVENINETYSEVEN’

Australian one man pop punk act The Desperation, has released its debut single ‘EIGHTFIVENINETYSEVEN’. The song tackles the heartbreak of the day singer/songwriter Daniel Topp lost his dad to a heart attack. To commemorate this tragic event, the single was released on the 20th anniversary of his Fatherʼs death.

‘EIGHTFIVENINETYSEVEN’ is the first song from Topp’s forthcoming album entitled “Rangeville”. Head down below to have a listen.

See You Smile stream new track “Love Is Blind”

Tokyo, Japan based pop-punk act See You Smile are currently streaming a new track, titled “Love Is Blind.” You can listen to it below.

“Love Is Blind” is taken from the band’s upcoming single, titled “Stay Right Where You Are,” which is set to be released on June 3rd. The track also features guest vocals from Juntaro, the vocalist for Japanese metalcore/hardcore band F.P.