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The RocknRoll Hi-Fives (pop-punk) stream new single “C’est La Vie”

New Jersey-based pop-punk band The RocknRoll Hi-Fives are streaming their new single, “C’est La Vie.”

You can give it a listen below.

The band, which is fronted by 16-year-old Eilee Centeno with her 13-year-old brother Evren on drums and their mom and dad playing bass and guitar, respectively, will be releasing their debut album, Re-Introducing the RocknRoll Hi-Fives, on June 29th via Little Dickman Records.



Brooklyn’s THICK streams new EP “Would You Rather?”

In case you’re not well versed on what’s coming out of the Brooklyn Underground all girl 3-piece THICK would be a good place to start. Their tunes are oozing with attitude and three ladies from New York City truly dominate the stage when they play live. They don’t have a huge catalog of songs but there isn’t a single bad one in the bunch thus far.

Their newest recording Would You Rather? Dropped on May, 22nd and it’s an abrasive 10-minutes of music with some really clever songwriting and tremendous musicianship. THICK doesn’t only know how to write a great song, but they really know how to perform it well. Their use of harmony and their bridges are truly top notch.

It is impossible to pick a single from the four songs because honestly, all four of them could easily be a single. They all have relatable lyrics, infectious choruses, and unforgettable riffs. This may not be a masterpiece but it is the best THICK has had to offer so far and a really builds up the excitement for a full-length.

Give the release a listen below.



The Filaments stream new album “Look To The Skies”

Stalwarts of the UK punk scene The Filaments are now streaming the entirety of their new album “Look To The Skies.” 

“Look to the Skies” is the first album from The Filaments since their 2013 release “Land of Lions.”

The highly anticipated element track piece is available to stream below, or for purchase here.



Dark Thoughts stream new album “At Work”

Philly punks Dark Thoughts are now streaming their new album “At Work.” The 12 track full length is available on Drunken Sailor Records. 

“At Work” serves as follow up to their self titled LP that hit the streets in April of 2017.

Check it out below!

 



Something to Do stream album “Design for Living”

Milwaukee ska band Something to Do are now streaming their album “Design for Living.” Something To Do’s last full length was 2016’s “Not Making a Sound.”

Make sure to check it out below for some kick ass ska punk!

 

 

 



TSOL stream new track “Low Low Low”

CA punks TSOL are now streaming their new track, “Low Low Low.” These guys last released “The Trigger complex” in 2017 off Rise Records.

These guys are also set to release their new album “Live at The Observatory” today, from Hardline Entertainment. Recorded live at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA on Jan 5th 2018, the album features all tracks from the bands 1981 S/T EP and “Dance With Me” releases.

Stream their new track here, or order their new album here.



The Sensations stream new EP “Dig Your Own Grave”

The Sensations are now streaming their new EP “Dig Your Own Grave.”

The five track piece comes off of I Hate Smoke Records out of Japan.

Check it out below!



Chaser (DS Records) premiere lyric video for “The Show” off upcoming album “Sound The Sirens”

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser have premiered a lyric video for a brand new track off their upcoming release on Dying Scene Records. “The Show” is their homage to the annual tradition of punk rock festival pilgrimage. Doesn’t matter if your festival of choice is PRB, Fest, Punk In Drublic, or Punk Rock Holiday, you’re going to relate to this song. The band had this to say about the inspiration behind the tune:

“The Show” pays tribute to some of our favorite moments growing up. The sun is shining, the music is blasting and we’re shoulder to shoulder with thousands of people singing along. Warped Tour started it all for us, and luckily, the rise of these modern day festivals has filled the void. We’re all grown up now, and expected to take it easy, but you can’t take the punk rock out of the boy. So you’ll still find us crowd surfing, pitting, stage diving, and singing every word. “And we will stay forever this way!”

Sing along to “The Show” over at punknews.

The track will appear on Chaser’s upcoming album “Sound The Sirens” due out digitally through Dying Scene Records (pre-order) and physically through Effervescence Records (pre-order) on July 20th.



Street Dogs stream new song “Angels Calling”

Boston punks, Street Dogs‘ new album Stand for Something or Die for Nothing is due to be released on June 22, 2018. Vinyl, digital, and CD pre-orders are available through Century Media.

Excitement for the upcoming release has been building for a while now. In preparation the band has already leaked a few singles from the album, and today, premiere a new working class anthem called “Angels Calling”, this one featuring Boston rapper Slaine. It’s a catchy tune for the tireless and exasperated, and those who “wanna die with [their] boots on.”

The boys are currently on tour in the U.S., after which they will be on their way back to Europe. Those dates and “Angels Calling” below.



The Painted Dogs stream new album “Live Fast, Die Young”

Detroit garage and pop tinged punk act The Painted Dogs are streaming their newest album Live Fast, Die Young, which was released on June 12th.

You can give it a listen below.

The Painted Dogs last released the Vibrator EP in 2016.



Proud Parents (Garage Punk) stream new songs “Hypnotoad” and “Flavordust”

Wisconsin garage punks Proud Parents are streaming two songs from their upcoming self-titled album that is set to be released on June 22nd via Dirtnap Records.

Check out “Hypnotoad” and “Flavordust” below.

Proud Parents last released Sharon Is Karen in December 2015.



The Prettybads stream new album “Meet The Prettybads”

Houston punks The Prettybads are streaming their debut album Meet The Prettybads.

You can give it a listen below.

Meet The Prettybads was released on June 15th via Indie Vision Music.



Thousand Islands Fest Announces Lineup

Thousand Islands Records have partnered up with Pouzza Fest to bring their second instalment of Thousand Islands Fest. It’s set to take place at Le Centre D’Art La Petite Eglise de Saint-Eustache near Montreal, QC on July 21st.

The event will benefit L’Écluse Des Laurentides, whose mission “is to help people who are socially disruptive or experiencing problems of social exclusion, isolation, poverty, marginalization or any other problem affecting their quality of life.”

You can check the whole lineup out below.



Mad Caddies Stream Cover Album “Punk Rocksteady”

Fat Wreck Chords stalwarts Mad Caddies are allowing fans to stream all of their latest album. Punk Rocksteady features cover versions of several legendary punk rock tunes from the likes of Propagandhi, Misfits, Lagwagon, Bad Religion, and others. Of course, they’re all delivered with the laid back ska sounds Mad Caddies have become famous for.

You can listen to it all below. Enjoy!

 



The Heck (Garage Punk, Holland) Stream EP “For Cryin’ Out Loud/Panic Attack”

Dutch garage punk three-piece The Heck are allowing fans to stream their latest material. The EP features just two tracks and is named after each.

You can listen to For Cryin’ Out Loud/ Panic Attack below. It’s the first new music from the band since their 2017 effort Waiting in Line/Why?!