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Hoist The Colors releases lyric video for “Rainier” off new album “Mourners”

Los Angeles folk-influenced punk act Hoist the Colors just celebrated the release of their latest album,”Mourners”, last month, and today the band has premiered a new lyric video for their song, “Rainier”, which appears on the new work.

Have a look below.

“Mourners” was released September 24th through Hardline Entertainment and serves as a follow up to their 2012 release “Miles to Go Before We Sleep”.



Music Video: Hoist The Colors – “Mourners”

Los Angeles folk-influenced punk act Hoist the Colors just celebrated the release of their latest album,”Mourners”, and we featured a full album stream which is available here.

Today, the band has premiered a new music video for the album’s title track “Mourners”, which you can check out below.

“Mourners” was released September 24th through Hardline Entertainment and serves as a follow up to their 2012 release “Miles to Go Before We Sleep”.



Hoist The Colors streaming upcoming album “Mourners”

Los Angeles folk-influenced punk act Hoist the Colors is gearing up to release their latest album “Mourners”, and has just made the entire work available to stream.

Check it out here.

“Mourners” will be released September 24th through Hardline Entertainment and will serve as a follow up to their 2012 release “Miles to Go Before We Sleep”.



Hoist The Colors honors late Pennywise bassist with cover of “I Can Remember”

Los Angeles folk-influenced punk act Hoist the Colors recently released a cover of the Pennywise song “I Can Remember” in honor of their late bassist, Jason Matthew Thirsk.

Thirsk passed away in July of 1996 and, even through death, still manages to touch the lives of musicians and punks alike. Hoist the Colors did a great job with this cover. Give it a listen below and let us know what you think.

Hoist the Colors has a new album coming out this September entitled “Mourners”, and it will serve as a follow up to their 2012′s “Miles to Go Before We Sleep”.



Hoist The Colors releasing new album “Mourners,” offer free download of single

Los Angeles folk-infused punk band Hoist The Colors have announced they’ll be releasing a new album titled Mourners on September 24th through Hardline Entertainment.

The LP’s title track is available to stream and download for free, right here. Pre-orders can be placed here.

Mourners will be Hoist The Colors’ first album in 4 years, serving as a follow-up to 2012’s Miles to Go Before We Sleep.



Music Video: Hoist The Colors – “The Curse of Blackbeard Lavoie”

Los Angeles folk-punks Hoist the Colors (not to be confused with the Dutch punk band of the same name) have released a music video for their song “The Curse of Blackbeard Love.”

You can watch it below!

The track appears on the band’s latest album Miles to Go Before We Sleep, which was released in 2012 on Hardline Entertainment.



Hoist the Colors announce west coast tour dates, offer song for download.

Irish-ish folk/punk group Hoist the Colors have posted a handful of tour dates along the west coast for later this month and early July. They’re also offering up a track from their latest album, titled “Gold” for free download.

You can check out the dates here, and grab the song here.

The song appears on the band’s album Miles to Go Before We Sleep released in 2012  via Hardline Entertainment.



Live Video: Hoist The Colors – “The Curse of Blackbeard Lavoie” (HD)

Irish-tinged folk/punk group Hoist the Colors performed a sold out St. Patrick’s eve show at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach last weekend.  For those of you who couldn’t make it you can check out a high definition video of “The Curse of Blackbeard Lavoie”, which was performed as an encore at the show, right here.

The song appears on the band’s album “Miles to Go Before We Sleep” released in 2012  via Hardline Entertainment.



Hoist the Colors announce St. Paddy’s Day weekend tour

Irish-tinged folk/punk group Hoist the Colors have announced a St. Patrick’s Day weekend tour, during which they will play six shows in 48 hours (which is insane). Check out the dates here.

The band last released “Miles to Go Before We Sleep” in 2012  via Hardline Entertainment and is streaming here.



DS Staff Picks – Top Albums of 2012 (Drea)

This list was really hard for me. 2012 was an interesting year for music, most of the highly anticipated albums of the year were duds (See Green Day’s Uno!, Dos!, and Tre!), but if you looked hard enough there were some great releases. Unfortunately, as a full time student with a part time job I haven’t really had the time or the funds to go album hunting. I have spent most of this year listening to albums from 2011, which seems to have been a notoriously good year for music. But 2012 wasn’t all that bad. I wanted to prove the people who have said that this year has been a shitty year for music wrong. And so I sat on my computer for hours researching bands and listening to album streams just to create this list for you punks.

These are my picks.



Music Video: Hoist The Colors – “Gordie Lachance”

Los Angeles seven-piece Irish/Americana-influenced folk-punks Hoist The Colors have premiered a music video for their song “Gordie Lachance.”  It’s more of a mellow track but a great one for a lazy pre-Thanksgiving meal afternoon.  Check it out here.

The song appears on the band’s new album “Miles To Go Before We Sleep” released last month via Hardline Entertainment and streaming here.



Album Premiere/Interview: Hoist The Colors – “Miles To Go Before We Sleep”

Los Angeles seven-piece Irish/Americana-influenced folk punks Hoist The Colors will be releasing their new album “Miles To Go Before We Sleep” next week Hardline Entertainment but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it.  Dying Scene is very pleased to be bringing you a stream of the entire album which you can blast here while you read a little Q&A we did with singer/mandolin player Josh Linden.



Hoist The Colors detail upcoming album “Miles To Go Before We Sleep”; stream new song “Shackles and Chains”

Los Angeles seven-piece Irish/Americana-influenced punks Hoist The Colors have revealed the tracklisting and cover art for their upcoming album, “Miles To Go Before We Sleep.” To get you pumped for the album, they are also streaming a new song, entitled “Shackles and Chains.”

You can check out the cover art, tracklisting, and song here.

“Miles To Go Before We Sleep” is set to be released on October 3oth via Hardline Entertainment.



Hoist The Colors sign to Hardline Entertainment, recording new album “Miles To Go Before We Sleep”

Southern California based record label and artist management company Hardline Entertainment today announced that Hoist The Colors, the seven-piece Irish- and Americana-influenced punk band from Los Angeles, has joined the Hardline Entertainment family.

The band is currently in the studio recording their Hardline debut, entitled “Miles to go Before We Sleep.” The full length will be their second studio album and the follow up to 2011’s self-released “Second City.” The first song from the new album, “Sail on Sweet Soul,” can be streamed (and downloaded for free) here.

The song was recently included in Hardline’s free “Music Comp Vol. 2,” which features 12 tracks from Hardline and Viking Funeral Artists Death By Stereo, Authority Zero, Neo Geo, and many more. The comp is available for free download here.



Introducing Celtic-Folk Punk Act: Hoist The Colors

If you like your punk with a healthy dose of fiddle, mandolin and banjo I’ve got a new band for you to add to your Radar.  They’re called Hoist The Colors and they hail form Los Angeles, playing their own brand of Irish punk meets Americana.  The band released their debut full-length, “Second City” last summer and are about to head into the studio to record their second.  Keep an eye out for them on tour and in the meantime, stream a couple of their tracks on their facebook.