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Cliffhanger (pop punk, IL) Stream Video for “Lost Cards”

Chicago-based pop punk outfit Cliffhanger are streaming a video for their tune “Lost Cards”. The track has been taken from their third EP Old Wounds which was released in October.

You can watch “Lost Cards” below.



Empire Me (melodic punk, Germany) Stream Video for “Atlas”

German melodic punk unit Empire Me are allowing fans to stream their latest video. The tune selected for visuals is called “Atlas” and has been taken from their EP Where Are We Going Anyway which was released last month.

Check out “Atlas” in all its glory below. Enjoy!



Ducking Punches (punk, UK) Stream Video for “Smoking Spot”

The UK’s Ducking Punches are streaming a video for their tune “Smoking Spot”. It’s been taken from their soon-to-be-released record called Alamort which is due to drop on February 16, 2018. The release is being handled by London-based Xtra Mile Recordings.

In addition, the band have a run of live dates to round off the year with and a few scheduled for 2018. We’ve listed these and posted the video for “Smoking Spot” below.



Paper Rifles (folk punk, UK) Stream Video for “Faith Healer” From Forthcoming Album

Edinburgh’s Paper Rifles are streaming a taste of their forthcoming record The State of it AllThe tune is called “Faith Healer” and marks a departure from the sound of previous releases, being as it features a full band. Despite the electrified influence, the track retains the melody and simplified charm of a great folk punk release. The band are yet to set a date for the rest of the album to drop.

Paper Rifles have produced a video for “Faith Healer” as well as including a b-side on their bandcamp page. You can check out both below.

 



LA’s The Wraith premiere video for “Prevail”

LA darkwave deathrock punk (I’m fucking done with genres) band The Wraith (featuring Scott Raynor, former drummer of Blink 182) has a video for their single “Prevail.” If you’re a fan of hard guitar and intense frontman arm gestures, be sure to check this one out below!



Live From the Rock Room: The Dopamines!

The Dopamines stopped by Mike Felumlee’s place to record a live version of “Business Papers,” one of their best songs off their latest album, “Tales of Interest.”

You can see the video below, and be sure to check out other great bands that have recorded for the show.



Symphony of Distraction (skate punk) have 40 seconds of Christmas misery for you

Sacramento skate punks Symphony of Distraction have a 40 second song called “Died Around Christmas.”

I came for the Santa smoking a cigarette (wish that was the first time I’d said that), and stayed for the images of crying children. Check out the video below!



Music Video: Frank Turner – “I Am Disappeared”

Folk-punk hero Frank Turner has released a brand new music video for his 2011 hit, “I Am Disappeared.” Originally off of his 2011 record, England Keep My Bones, the song has since been re-worked with pianos and a new vocal delivery as part of Turner’s latest release, Songbook.

As Turner puts it, “‘I Am Disappeared’ remains one of the songs in my catalogue I’m most proud of. Somehow the song is still slightly elusive to me, it’s meaning changes in time, and I’m always finding new ways through it.”

The video, mainly comprised of footage from Turner’s 2000th (and coincidentally his biggest US show to date), was shot in Boston earlier this year. You can check it out here.

Songbook was released on November 23rd and serves as a follow up to 2015’s Positive Songs For Negative People, both released on Xtra Mile Recordings / Interscope Records.



Lay It On The Line (melodic hardcore) release video for “Positive Views”

UKs melodic hardcore outfit Lay It On The Line have just released their new video for “Positive Views.” The video is a true testament to black and white DIY, which is also the only cover track on the album of a demo that was never released from California hardcore punks Rotting Out.

Check it out below!



Fastloud premieres music video for ‘Riot Fall’

A lot of news from Spain today. Barcelona based skatepunkers Fastloud have premiered a brand new video for their song ‘Riot Fall’, a single taken from their latest EP ‘Walkman Returns’.

Head down below to check out the video for ‘Riot Fall’.



Dowzer premiere video for ‘Broken Record’

Dutch pop punks Dowzer have premiered a brand new video for their song ‘Broken Record’. The track was taken from the band’s latest LP “So Much For Silver Linings” that came out earlier this year on Umlaut Records (UK), Shield Recordings (EU)  Waterslide Records (JP).

Head down below to watch the video for ‘Broken Record’.



Hit The Lights premiere lyric video for new track “Siberian Itch”

Ohio pop punk veterans Hit The Lights have premiered a lyric video for the brand new track titled “Siberian Itch.” You can listen to it below.

“Siberian Itch” is the band’s third single this year, and they have stated they will be releasing a new track each month via King Sound Records.



Lake Effect (Hardcore) release video for “Misguided Youth”

Michigan Hardcore group, Lake Effect have released a video for their song “Misguided Youth.” Check it out below!

The song comes from Lake Effect’s upcoming album “Solitude” due out sometime in 2018.



Hightower (punk) release video for “Numero Uno”

Euro punk heavyweights Hightower have released a new video for their song “Numero Uno”. The video featuring some live footage and song lyrics was shot at the bands latest release party for “Club Dragon”.

You can check out the video below.

The song for the video also comes off of “Club Dragon” which was released earlier in September. the band has announced a few tour dates with Canadian punk icons Daggermouth. If your a fan of Rise Against or Thursday you will definitely enjoy this video.



Reunions release video for title track from upcoming EP “Aching Waits”


San Francisco-based band Reunions have released a video for the title track from their new EP “Aching Waits”. The 12″ EP will be released on January 12, 2018 through La Escalera Records, with the physical version including the band’s 2016, self-titled EP too.

You can watch the video below.