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Talk Show Host stream cover of Tragically Hip’s “Fireworks” for charity

Toronto’s Talk Show Host are streaming a cover of Tragically Hip’s “Fireworks.”

All proceeds from the song will go to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research, established by the lead singer of Tragically Hip after he revealed his own brain cancer diagnosis.

You can stream the song below and purchase it at bandcamp. You can also donate directly to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research because cancer sucks.



Direwolves (hardcore) stream new song “Unpoisoned”

French hardcore band Direwolves are streaming their new song, “Unpoisoned” on youtube.

The song is off their upcoming EP “The Great Year.” It comes out May 26th on the incredibly apropos Throatruiner Records.

Check out the new song below.



The Hip Priests (garage punk, UK) stream album “Those Fuckin’ Boys: Decade of Disdain”

Garage punk ‘n’ rollers The Hip Priests are letting fans listen to their entire new full-length record for free. To be honest, full length doesn’t really do Those Fuckin’ Boys: Decade of Disdain justice. It’s got a massive twenty-seven tracks of down and dirty, swinging, guitar driven honky-tonk, comprising of all the band’s singles, and various other special tracks.

The best part is, you can stream the whole thing, via Self Destructo Records, below.



Bet Your Life (punk, Canada) are streaming latest single “Is Your Death Ray Even Peer Reviewed?”

Canadian punk rockers Bet Your Life are streaming their latest single “Is Your Death Ray Even Peer Reviewed?” for free. Apart from being one of the best track names I’ve ever heard, the tune is also a real stomper to boot.

Check it out below.



Flag On Fire (skate punk, Florida) stream teaser track “Thunderdome” from forthcoming album

Florida skate punkers, Flag On Fire, are streaming a sample of their latest album, Practically The Best You’ve Ever Been, ahead of its scheduled release on April 21st. If “Thunderdome” is anything to go by, the whole record will be absolute must-listening for all fans of the classic Fat Wreck/Epitaph sounding skate punk bands.

A stream of the teaser track is available below.



Grey Matter (ska-core, Michigan) stream new EP “Visitors”

Michigan ska-core four-piece Grey Matter are allowing fans to stream their latest EP, Visitors, for free. The release features five tracks of experimental, crusty ska-core and was recorded by Mustard Plug‘s Rick Johnson.

You can listen to Visitors below. If you like it, support the band and grab a copy too.



Bad Mechanics (new wave/punk) stream new single “You Drink LaCroix”

America’s baddest band, Chicago’s Bad Mechanics, are currently streaming their new single “You Drink LaCroix” over at The Bad Copy. You can listen to it here. The song will be featured on their upcoming record “Precious Moments in the USA” which will be available this September through Stonewalled Records.

“You Drink LaCroix” is the follow up to Bad Mechanics’ 2016 single “Must Be a Suburb” which you can listen to at their bandcamp.



The Other Stars stream final album ‘The Day We Met’

Worcester, MA indie punks The Other Stars are streaming their final album. ‘The Day We Met’ will be out on the 28th of April via Take This To Heart Records but you can already stream it here.

The band released a statement issuing their break up earlier this month. 



Gnarwolves releases video for new track ‘Straitjacket’

UK grit punks Gnarwolves have unveiled a brand new track. ‘Straitjacket’ is the second single taken from their up and coming album ‘Outsiders’, out May 5th via Big Scary Monsters.

‘Straitjacket’ comes with a beautiful new video which you can check out below.



Raygun Cowboys streams new song ‘Painful Reminder’

Edmonton psychobilly punks Raygun Cowboys are streaming a new song. ‘Painful Reminder’ is the first single from their up and coming full length The Cowboy Code, out May 5th via Stomp Recordings.

You can listen to ‘Painful Reminder’ below.



Eat Your Heart Out sign to Fearless Records, release EP and announce tour

Newcastle, Australia based alt-rock/punk-rock band Eat Your Heart Out have signed with Fearless Records, and with it released their EP “Carried Away” and announced an Australia tour. You can find a stream of the EP, the tour poster, dates and locations below.

In regards to their signing with Fearless, the band had this to say: We are absolutely over the moon to announce we have signed to Fearless Records and are now apart of the Fearless Family. To have the opportunity to be on the same record label as so many of the bands that inspire us and to work with people so honestly passionate about music feels like a dream come true. We are excited for everyone to hear ‘Carried Away’ and to come with us on this journey as we see what happens next! Thank you to everyone who has ever believed in us, we wouldn’t be here without you!



Patent Pending announce cover album “Other People’s Greatest Hits,” stream cover of “Spice Up Your Life”

Long Island, New York pop punks Patent Pending have announced they will be releasing a cover album titled “Other People’s Greatest Hits,” and with the announcement they’re streaming a cover of the Spice Girls song “Spice Up Your Life.” You can listen to it below.

The album is set to be released on May 26 via Rude Records, and features 10 cover tracks. You can find the tracklist and album art below the video.



Grayscale stream new track “Beautiful Things” from upcoming album

Philadelphia pop-punk group Grayscale is currently streaming a new track titled “Beautiful Things.” You can listen to it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming album titled “Adornment,” which is set to be released on May 5 via Fearless Records. You can find the cover art and tracklist below the video.



Northbound stream new EP “The Flaws in Everything”

Boca Raton pop-punks Northbound are currently streaming their new EP, titled “The Flaws in Everything,” over at idobi Radio. You can find the stream here.

“The Flaws in Everything” was released on April 21 via Animal Style Records. Northbound also are currently on tour with Daisyhead and Tigerwine, you can find the tour dates and locations here.



Before Me (Japan, Melodic Punk) stream 7 track album

Tokyo, Japan based melodic punk band Before Me are currently streaming a 7 track album titled “Hibi Tsudzuku” or “Continue Day by Day” in English. You can listen to it below.

This album is the debut release from the band, and dropped on the 18th of April.