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Total Bummer (pop punk) stream single “Melancholy”

Atlanta punks Total Bummer are now streaming their brand new single “Melancholy.”

Described as “Tony Hawk-core,” these guys have released two EPs and (now) one single since their birth in 2016.

Stream the new track below.

The Sidekicks (pop-punk) announce tour in support of “Happiness Hour” LP

Cleveland Ohio pop-punk band The Sidekicks are gearing up to hit the road this summer in support of their latest Epitaph Records release Happiness Hours.

See the tour dates below.

Happiness Hours was released May 18 and is the follow-up to their 2015 album Runners In The Nerved World.

Interview: This Obsession talks band history, new album, and everything in between

If you’re not already aware, This Obsession is a quickly rising star in the Chicago pop-punk scene. They recently put out an amazing full-length, A Confrontational Effort, via Wiretap Records and I was lucky enough to corner Mark and Jess from the band to chat about it.

We talk band history, Wiretap, influences and everything between. Read the interview below.

This Obsession performs “Yo, I’m Not Good” at Live From the Rock Room!

Chicago’s This Obsession stopped by Live From the Rock Room recently. The first video from that session has been released. The song is “Yo, I’m No Good” and comes from newest album A Confrontational Effort which was released via Wiretap Records in March.

You can watch the video below.

Millencolin working on a new album?

Swedish punk heavyweights Millencolin posted a rather intriguing picture to the band’s various social media platforms last week simply stating “Something’s Cooking”. Now you can read into this what you will, however it’s been a couple of years since we got treated to True Brew so here’s to hoping.

The latest Millencolin release as mentioned above was 2016’s True Brew. Who knows maybe it’s not a new album at all, maybe they were just having fun with eggs, either way stay tuned for more news on what Millencolin has on the stove.

Post Season (pop-punk) streaming new song “Long Shot, Lost Cause”

Altoona pop-punks Post Season are streaming the new track “Long Shot, Lost Cause”. No word on whether this will be on the band’s recently announced upcoming Self Titled album, due out July 13th on Know Hope Records.

Give the song a listen below.

This is the first new music from Post Season since the 2015 split with Such a Mess. If you’re a fan of Digger you’ll no doubt enjoy these guys.

Break-Ups (pop-punk) streaming new song “Slayin’ Sadness” proceeds to go to mental health awareness

English punks Break-Ups are streaming a new song aptly named “Slayin’ Sadness”. The song tackles the issues of mental health and trying to find that PMA we all need so desperately. All the proceeds from the song will be donated to Mind, a charity focused on mental health awareness.

Give the song a listen below and give a few bucks towards making everyone a little more mentally sound.

This is the first new music from Break-Ups since the 2013 release of It’s Complicated. If you’re a fan of more modern Bouncing Souls you’ll definitely enjoy these guys.

Captain Kaiser (punk) release video for “Tsunami”

Belgian punk act Captain Kaiser has released a video for “Tsunami,” a song taken from their debut album Dog Days on Deck.

Dog Days was released February 23 via Bearded Punk Records.

Watch the video for “Tsunami” below.

State Champs release video for new track “Mine Is Gold”

Pop punks State Champs release third album “Living Proof” on June 15th via Pure Noise Records. Following recent video “Crystal Ball“, the band have released a video for another track from the album, “Mine Is Gold”. You can have a watch below.

A whole host of pre-orders for the album are up now.

The Murderburgers announced new EP, premiere new song “Turning 29 Was a Mistake”

Like all fine things from Scotland, The Murderburgers taste a bit peaty and burn just right on the way down.

They’ve announced a new EP, “Shitty People & Toothache,” to be released July 27th on Asian Man Records (preorder here) in the US and Brassneck in the UK (fancy UK preorders here).

In the meantime, you can check out the new powerpoint video for “Turning 29 Was a Mistake” at New Noise with Fraser Murderburger’s awful backstory for the song, or go straight to the video below.

The Murderburgers’ last full length was 2016’s “The 12 Habits of Highly Defective People.”

Make sure to drink in all that peaty Scottish goodness. Drink it real deep.


Watashi Wa Dance Party stream EP “Skate Pop Suicide”

San Diego act Watashi Wa Dance Party are now streaming their new EP “Skate Pop Suicide.”

Incorporating some ska elements and synth-pop punk, the new release promises some refreshing takes.

These guys last released Character Volume III: Erich in November 2017.

Check out “Skate Pop Suicide” below.

Belmont (pop punk) announce headlining tour with supporting acts Rarity and Stickup Kid

Chicago pop punks Belmont have just announced that they’ll be heading out on a headlining tour with support from Rarity and Stickup Kid.

These guys are also expecting that their debut full length album will be following up their last single of “Step Aside” released in July of 2017. We’ll keep you updated on the new album as soon as we know more!

Scope out the tour dates below.

New Found Glory release new deluxe edition vinyl “Make Me Sick Again”, video for “Call Me Anti-Social”

Pop punk icons New Found Glory have just released the deluxe edition of their album
“Makes Me Sick,” as a vinyl available as “Makes Me Sick Again.” The deluxe edition features three new tracks for the fans who didn’t get enough of NFG the first time around! You can pre order vinyl here.

In addition, the boys have dropped a new music video for their track “Call Me Anti Social” which tells the story of the three friends Sam, Jimmy, and Brooke who take on the ‘cool kids’ at the beginning of their loathed summer.

Check it out below!

Colour Me Wednesday (pop punk) stream new album “Counting Pennies in the Afterlife”

Uxbridge pop-punks Colour Me Wednesday are streaming their new album Counting Pennies in the Afterlife, which which was released on May 15th via KROD Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Colour Me Wednesday last released Anyone and Everyone in 2016.

When Thieves Are About (Pop-punk) release video for song “Youth Decay”

New Jersey punks When Thieves Are About have released a video for their song “Youth Decay”. The song comes off the band’s latest release We’re Literally Almost There. The video features a dude in chicken suit taking abuse from various folks before the band who was following his depressing chicken suit experience ditches him for some women. Following? Pretty good stuff.

Check out their tour dates and get a look at a man in a chicken suit below.

Literally Almost There was released on May 4th through Manic Kat Records.