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Stream Hard Girls’ new album ‘Floating Now’ in full

After their amazing 2014 release ‘A Thousand Surfaces’, new Hard Girls stuff has been very high on our ‘to look forward to’ list. Happy faces all over because the San Jose based three piece is finally streaming its long-awaited new full length. ‘Floating Now’ won’t be out until this Friday (10/6) via Asian Man Records, but the whole thing is already up for listening right here.

If you like what you hear you should also definitely have a look below to see if Hard Girls are playing your city any time soon.



New Music: Hard Girls debut “Camera” from upcoming album “Floating Now”

Another new track from the long-awaited forthcoming Hard Girls full-length, Floating Now, is up. The song is called “Camera,” and you can check it out below.

Floating Now is due out October 6th on Asian Man Records. It marks the first Hard Girls album since 2014’s A Thousand Surfaces. Pre-orders for Floating Now are available right here.



Hard Girls stream new track ‘Puddle Of Blood’

California indie punk trio Hard Girls has streamed the first track of its upcoming full length. ‘Puddle Of Blood‘ is the first new stuff from the band since their most recent LP ‘A Thousand Surfaces‘ saw the light of day in 2014.

Floating Now‘ will be out October 6, 2017 via Asian Man (US) and Specialist Subject Records (UK). Head down below to check out ‘Puddle Of Blood’.



Hard Girls (indie punk, San Jose) announce new album “Floating Now”

California indie punk trio Hard Girls have announced their latest record will be available on October 6, 2017 via Asian Man (US) and Specialist Subject Records (UK). Entitled Floating Now, the album will be the band’s third and the most recent since their 2014 LP A Thousand Surfaces.

 



Hard Girls streaming new track “Guadalupe On The Banks Of The Styx”; prepare for tour with Jeff Rosenstock

San Jose indie-punk act Hard Girls are streaming a new track entitled “Guadalupe On The Banks Of The Styx”, which you can check out below.

The song comes from the band’s upcoming full-length, which is due out early 2017.

Additionally, Hard Girls will be heading out on tour with Jeff Rosenstock – dates and locations of which can be seen below.

Hard Girls last released “A Thousand Surfaces” on June 24, 2014 through Asian Man Records and is the follow-up to their debut album, “Isn’t it Worse”, which came out in October 2012 via Really Records.



Jeff Rosenstock announces fall tour with Hard Girls & Katie Ellen

Jeff Rosenstock has announced he will be touring the east coast coast and Midwest this fall. The tour will see the former Bomb The Music Industry! joined by Hard Girls and Katie Ellen (a band ft. members of Chumped). See if there’s a show near you below.

Rosenstock began recording a new album a few months ago, and recently released a new track titled “Festival Song.” His latest LP We Cool came out in 2015 on SideOneDummy Records.



The Fest announces schedule and a handful of more bands

The schedule for the party weekend of the year is out: The Fest 15 hosted by No Idea Records. You can check it out here and the Pre-Fest schedule here. In addition to the schedule dropping, they’ve added a few new bands including Cayetana, Hard Girls & Super Unison. You can see the whole list below.

The Fest takes place October 28th-30th in Gainesville, FL while Pre-Fest is October 26th and 27th in Tampa.



Hard Girls streaming new track “Dulcet Tones”; new album in the works

San Jose indie-punk act Hard Girls are streaming the title track from their new digital EP “Dulcet Tones” and you can have a listen here.

The 3-track work comes to us from Jeff Rosenstock’s Quote Unquote Records, and will precede a new album coming out later this year.

Hard Girls released “A Thousand Surfaces” on June 24, 2014 via Asian Man Records. It is the follow-up to their debut album, “Isn’t it Worse”, which came out in October 2012 via Really Records.



The Smith Street Band announce North American tour with Hard Girls

The Smith Street Band have announced that they will be heading out on a North American tour this spring, and that they’ll be bringing Hard Girls along for the entire ride. Supporting acts on the tour include Diners, Worriers, Signals Midwest, and Lee Corey Oswald on select dates.

You can check out the tour dates and locations below.

The Smith Street Band released a 7-inch titled “I Scare Myself Sometimes” on August 24, 2015 as a follow up to their 2014 debut album, Throw Me in the River. Hard Girls released their second album, A Thousand Surfaces, on June 24, 2014.



Morgan Herrell (Hard Girls) streams new solo EP

Morgan Herrell of Hard Girls and Classics of Love has released a new solo EP titled Packet. You can listen to the four song release below, or purchase it digitally on Herrell’s Bandcamp page.

Herrell released Packet on May 15, 2015. It is the follow up to his solo album of home recordings and demos, Open the Door.



Say Anything announce summer “Hebrews” tour

Say Anything have announced a new headlining tour that will be taking place this summer.  The “Hebrews” tour will feature support from Modern Baseball, Cymbals Eat Guitars, and Hard Girls.  You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Say Anything released their sixth album, Hebrews, on June 10, 2014 via Equal Vision Records.



DS Staff Picks – Bizarro Dustin’s Top 10 albums of 2014

I’m just going to come out and say it: my favorite album of 2014 was Against Me!’s Transgender Dysphoria Blues, hands down. It’s not even a competition. I also really enjoyed Christmas Island, Famous Graves, Report, 10 Years of Your Dumb Bullshit, Get Hurt, War Psalms, Metropole, Die On Stage, Rented World and PUP*. In roughly that order.

But you know what? There’s a good chance that you’re already familiar with all of those albums. Hell, some of them are probably even your favorite albums of the year. While they’re all worthy of being recognized as some of my favorite albums of the year, it’s boring on my part as a part of the press to tell you about music you’ve already heard, don’t you think?

In the spirit of trying to use my position here at Dying Scene to promote up-and-coming bands, I have devoted my top 10 to albums that may have flown under your radar. You still might recognize a couple of the names here (hell, some have made it as far as to get nods by the likes of Spin or Robert Christgau), but overall these are lesser known bands working their asses off to make it, or at least whatever the 2014 equivalent of “making it” is, and deserve to spend some time in the limelight.

That’s enough blabbering. You can check out my favorite records of 2014 below.

*Yeah, yeah. PUP’s self-titled was released in 2013… in Canada. Its worldwide release was April 2014, get over yourself.



Morgan Herrell (Hard Girls, Classics of Love) streams new solo album “Open the Door”

Morgan Herrell of Hard Girls and Classics of Love has released a new solo album titled Open the Door, which sees Matt Keegan of Bomb the Music Industry!, Bob Vielma of Shinobu, and his Hard Girls/Classics of Love bandmate Max Feshbach making guest appearances.

You can give the album a listen below, and purchase it digitally on Herrell’s Bandcamp page.



The Bruce Lee Band stream new track “Where’s The Call”

Mike Park’s The Bruce Lee Band are now streaming their new track “Where’s The Call” and you can check it out below.

The song is off the upcoming album “Everything Will Be Alright, My Friend,” which features members of Operation IvyBomb The Music Industry!Hard Girls, and more. It is set for release later this month through (you guessed it!) Asian Man Records.

“Everything Will Be Alright, My Friend” will be the first full-length Bruce Lee Band has released since their 1995 self-titled album, on which Park was backed by members of Less Than Jake.



Hard Girls to release rarities compilation this fall

According to a recent post on the label’s Facebook page, Asian Man Records will be releasing a new rarities compilation from Hard Girls sometime this fall. Here’s what label owner Mike Park had to say about the album, which is said to be titled Hard:

I’m excited to announce that we’ll be releasing a new LP by Hard Girls, collecting songs from old EPs that were previously unavailable on vinyl, along with a couple of unreleased songs as well. Look for this to be out by October, in time for the band’s next tour out to The Fest.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the rarities comp come to light. Asian Man released Hard Girls’ sophomore album A Thousand Surfaces on June 24th. It served as a follow-up to their debut full-length Isn’t it Worse, which came out in late 2012 on Really Records.