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10 punk songs to jumpstart your week (currated by Mr. Canadianity Goldfinger)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands.  This week we head to the land of maple syrup and bacon for Goldfinger’s picks.

Discover some great new tunes, and find out what makes him tick by streaming Goldfinger’s personal picks below.



North Alone (folk punk) release video for “Extralarge”

German folk punks North Alone have released a video for the song “Extralarge”. The video features various awesome t-shirts that may or may not fit, the song however fits, it’s already stuck in my head.

Do yourself a favor and check out the video below.

The song “Extralarge” comes off North Alone’s upcoming album which will be released May 4th. The new album will be titled “Next Stop CA” and represent the fifth release for the German folksters, the latest album “Rare and Short” was released in October of 2016.



North Alone streams awesome folk-punk cover of NUFAN’s “International You Day” (feat. Jennie Cotterill of Bad Cop / Bad Cop)

Wow. By now I’ve heard enough mediocre covers of “International You Day” coming from our well intentioned punk scene to almost make me skip checking this one out when it appeared in my inbox. Luckily for all of us my dedication is unwavering when it comes to new music/band discovery! Germany’s folk-punk outfit North Alone have done a great job of carrying on the Tony Sly legacy in their take on the famous No Use For A Name song. It even features guest vocals from Jennie Cotterill of Bad Cop / Bad Cop.

Stream the track below and if you dig it you can purchase it for a euro. All proceeds are going to the Tony Sly Music Foundation for Kids.