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Long Way Down (emo punk) stream new song “Cobwebs” off upcoming album “Swinging For Fences”

Dutch emo punk band Long Way Down have premiered a brand new track off of their upcoming album, Swinging For The Fences. The track is one of seven on the new record, which is set for official release on April 20th. The album is a result of doubts, hardships on the road, and the ups and downs of being in a band – “Cobwebs” is a little peak in to that.

According to singer Leon Derksen:

We’ve been a band for over twelve years now, of course there’s ups and downs. We’ve done seven European tours – highlights, absolutely! – but we’ve also came to the point we wanted to throw the towel a few times. Therefor, the fact that we’re presenting some of our best efforts ever on “Swinging For The Fences” makes us extra proud.

You can stream the song below.

Symphony of Distraction (skate punk) announce new LP, stream “United Failure”

Symphony of Distraction (skate punk) are breaking out of a 5 year hiatus with the announcement of “Horse”,their second full length, due out April 4th on Less Talk More Records. They have also started streaming a track off the album called “United Failure”.

This will be the band’s first release since 2012’s “Call It Off, John”.

You can give the new track a listen here and can check out the album art below.

Knocked Down release single titled “It’s Not Easy Getting Old”

Knocked Down (skate punk) have premiered a new track called “It’s Not Easy Getting Old”. You can listen to the track below. It will be a part of a new record the band is putting out later this year.

The band’s last release was their debut self-titled EP in 2017.

Red City Radio stream “I’ll Still Be Around” off upcoming EP

Oklahoma City punks Red City Radio are streaming a brand new song called “I’ll Still Be Around” off their new EP titled SkyTigers, due out March 9th through Red Scare Industries. You can check out the song below, as well as the cover art and track list of the new release. The EP includes previously released singles “If You Want Blood (Be My Guest)” and “Rebels”.

Red City Radio last released a self titled record through Staple Records. They will be supporting The Lawrence Arms on their upcoming US tour.

Deeper Well (Montreal) release “EP II”

Quebecois DIY punks Deeper Well have released their second EP. It features three new songs, plus two covers (Osker & Archers of Loaf). I’d put them somewhere near Iron Chic, but lord knows someone on Facebook will piss and moan about how that’s not right, but oh well. I dig it, and you should check out the stream below. You can pick up the EP at bandcamp for three Canadian BeaverBucks.

Starter Jackets (members of The Copyrights, Hospital Job, Attic Salt) release new album, play “Live From the Rock Room”

The world’s greatest power pop band that gets mistaken for a defunct sports clothing line has released their first LP, “Decisions”. I’ve been waiting for weeks to write about this, as I was granted a preview of the album after I did some awfully humiliating things behind a Casey’s General Store dumpster than involved day-old pizza, half a jar of mayonnaise, and the surrender of what little dignity I had left after I got drunk and gave out my phone number at my last family reunion. But hey, I’m in this because I love music, and I’m willing to give something like fifty-five percent or so to share the things I love.

Starter Jackets follow up their debut EP with even stronger hooks, kinkier synths, more powerier chords and even more powerier pop. Check out the stream of the album and their performance at Live From the Rock Room below to hear for yourself how great these guys are. You can buy a digital copy of the album at bandcamp.

Starter Jackets’ lineup includes Luke McNeill of The Copyrights and Hospital Job, Lanny Durbin of Attic Salt, and Fred Malcom of both Hospital Job and Attic Salt.

Blaming You release debut EP ‘Welcome to Life’

San Francisco based pop punkers Blaming You have released their debut EP. ‘Welcome to Life’ is available now via all the digital channels you know and love.

Check out ‘Welcome to Life’ below.

Spanish Love Songs release new track ‘Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)’

Los Angeles based grouch rockers Spanish Love Songs, have released a brand new track. ‘Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)’ is the second single from the band’s upcoming album Schmaltz, out March 30th through A-F Records (US) and Uncle M Records (EU).

Head down below to check out ‘Beer & Nyquil (Hold It Together)’.

Chris Hahn band premieres new single ‘Symphony Of Degenerates’

Portland based three piece Chris Hahn Band has released a brand new single. ‘Symphony Of Degenerates’ is the first new stuff from the melodic punk ensemble since 2016. It will be featured on the band’s up and coming full length ‘The View’ out March 15th.

Head down below to check it out.

Pennywise announce new album “Never Gonna Die”, streams title track

Aaaaand, it’s finally here. The first new Jim Lindberg fronted Pennywise album to be released in 10 years! The band has just announced that on April 20th they will be releasing “Never Gonna Dia” via longtime home Epitaph Records. Get yourself fired up by streaming the album’s title track while you read through the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

“The goal of the song is to try and get young people to finally say enough, and that the system isn’t working,” Lindberg states. “It’s going to take a massive evolutionary shift in consciousness to change it, starting with the youth, because unless we do, we’ll just have more of the same carnage we’ve seen happening all over the world reincarnated with every new generation.”

“Never Gonna Die” will serve as a follow-up to 2014’s retrospective album Yesterdays. Before that the band had released “All Or Nothing” with Zoli Teglas on vocal duty during a temporary rift with Lindberg.

Pity Party (California) announce spring tour dates, stream new song

Bay Area punks Pity Party have announced some spring US tour dates.  Additionally the band is streaming a new song “Pop Song 4-Evr,” which comes from their upcoming EP, Are You Happy Yet?, that is set to be released on March 26th via La Escalera Records.

You can check out the song, and the tour dates below.

Pity Party last released Gnarbage in June 2016.

Arrow Minds (German Hardcore) stream new song “#Jesuisenterrasse”

German hardcore punk act Arrow Minds are streaming their new song “#Jesuisenterrasse.”

You can give it a listen below.

“#Jesuisenterrasse” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album, Alcatraz Affairs, which is set to be released on March 31st via White Russian Records.

Almost Made The Mixtape (pop punk) stream new EP “Attaboy!”

Michigan pop-punk act Almost Made The Mixtape are streaming their new EP, Attaboy!

You can give it a listen below.

Attaboy! was released on February 27th, 2018.

Introducing new Skate Punk act We Found A Map

We’ve got an awesome new skate punk band for you to check out.  Hailing from Southern California, We Found A Map plays classic So-Cal skate punk with some pop-punk hooks.  You can check out their debut EP …To The Haunted Arcade below!

Half Man streams new full-length “Room To Grow”

Austin based acoustic indie folk-punk act Half Man has released his highly anticipated sophomore record titled, Room To Grow. Filled with new perspectives from being on the road, personal hardships, and Texas life, Half Man has given us an 8-track album that will make us think about the people we are and the places that we want to go. Simply put – it is sad but inspiring in every song.

If Americana with a mix of folk-punk is your poison, then this is the album for you. You can stream the full thing below.

Half Man last released The Great Blind Ambition in 2016.