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Music Video: Kamikaze Girls – “Deathcap”

UK sad-punks Kamikaze Girls have premiered a music video for a new track, titled “Deathcap.” You can watch it here.

“Deathcap” is taken from the band’s upcoming album “Seafoam,” which is set to be released on June 9 on Wiretap Records in the US, and Big Scary Monsters in the UK and for the rest of the world.



Doll Skin (pop-punk) release video for “Shut Up (You Miss Me),” announce Warped Tour dates

Phoenix-based Doll Skin have released a video (via Warped Tour) for their single “Shut Up (You Miss Me)” off of their upcoming LP Manic Pixie Dream Girl, which is out June 16th via EMP Label Group. The band has recently taken over the tour’s social media outlets as a part of the “Countdown to Warped Tour,” on which the band is playing 7 Western stops.

June 16 — CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA
June 17 — Oregon State Fairgrounds – Salem, OR
June 21 — Balloon Fiesta Park – Albuquerque, NM
June 22 — Fear Farm – Phoenix, AZ
June 23 — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Las Vegas, NV
June 24 — Utah State Fair Park – Salt Lake City, UT
June 25 — Pepsi Center – Denver, CO

Check out the new video here.



Kamikaze Girls joins Big Scary Monsters, stream new track ‘Berlin’

Big news day for grunge punkers Kamikaze Girls. The British two piece has announced that its first full length ‘Seafoam’ will be released through Big Scary Monsters (UK + RoW) & Wiretap Records (US). The album won’t be out until the 9th of June but the first single ‘Berlin’ is up for listening now. Pre-order Seafoam in the US here and rest of the world here.

Alongside the news, the band have revealed a June UK tour with Nervus, as well as a string of festival appearances including The Great Escape, 2000 Trees and Truck Festival. You can catch those and ‘Berlin’ below.



Kamikaze Girls perform “Stitches” on Live From The Rock Room

UK sad-punks Kamikaze Girls were recently featured on Live from the Rock Room, where they performed the song “Stitches.”

You can check it out below.

“Stitches” comes from the bands latest EP, Sad, which was released on September 2nd, 2016 via Bearded Punk Records.



Music Video: Kamikaze Girls – “Hexes”

UK sad-punks Kamikaze Girls have released a video for their song “Hexes.”

Check it out below.

“Hexes” comes from the bands latest EP, Sad, which was released on September 2nd via Bearded Punk Records.



Kamikaze Girls stream new EP “Sad”

UK sad-punks Kamikaze Girls are streaming their new EP Sad in its entirety.

You can give it a listen below.

Sad was released on September 2nd via Bearded Punk Records.



Kamikaze Girls stream video for “Ladyfuzz”

UK sad-punks Kamikaze Girls have released a video for their song “Ladyfuzz” off their upcoming EP “Sad” which you can check out below. “Sad” is due out September 2nd on Bearded Punk Records.

Kamikaze Girls last released a cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes” in the wake of his death.



Kamikaze Girls announce new EP, release music video

UK sad punks Kamikaze Girls have announced that they will be releasing their debut EP Sad on September 2nd via Bearded Punk Records and Wiretap Records.

The band has also released a video for their new single from the EP, “Stitches.”  You can check that out below.



Lady Pills stream new song “Eat Them”

Boston female-fronted indie/punk rockers Lady Pills are streaming their new song “Eat Them”. You can check it out below.

“Eat Them” is taken from Lady Pills’ upcoming album Despite, which is due for release on July 8th via Babe City Records.



Kamikaze Girls (UK Alt-punk) join Bearded Punk Records and play Fest

UK sad punks Kamikaze Girls have joined forces with the burgeoning label from Belgium: Bearded Punk Records. In addition, they’ve been slated to play Fest in the first round of their announcements (which you can check here). No word yet from either band or label on a future release, but we’ll keep you updated.

The two-piece has a similar sound to White Lung (if they were just a bit calmer and more British). You can check out their sound for yourself on their track “Tonic Youth” below.



The Maddigans stream new album – ‘No Place Like Here’

Canadian pop-punk band The Maddigans are now streaming their new album, No Place Like Here, in its entirety. Give it a listen below.

The album is due out tomorrow (March 4th), and you can order it right here.

The Maddigans most recently released the EP Love Vs Passion in 2012.



The Maddigans stream “Start Again” ahead of March 4th release date

Canadian pop punks The Maddigans have a new album called No Place Like Here due out on March 4th.  You can still snag a pre-order here, but if you want a little preview of what the new LP has to offer, check out the song “Start Again” below.

The Maddigans most recently released the EP Love Vs Passion in 2012.



The Lippies premiere new track “Fuck the Customer”

Grand Rapids based pop-punk band The Lippies have just premiered their brand new track “Fuck the Customer”. The track, originally posted on the AV Club, is short but sweet, filled with a sugary burst of manic energy and you can check it out below. Talking to the AV Club about the song, the band’s frontwoman, Tonia Broucek, had this to say;

“Fuck The Customer” is my response to people who lack respect for sex workers. It’s my response to people who work at jobs they hate and are treated poorly at, go home to consume porn, and then explain how they have no respect for those women because they allow themselves to be degraded. Yet they fail to recognize that many of these people actually love and believe in what they’re doing. They fail to recognize how valuable their product is and how much power these people have. Meanwhile, these motherfuckers can’t even stand up for themselves at their crappy jobs without risking termination. So, like… really what’s more degrading?

“Fuck the Customer” comes off the band’s upcoming self-titled EP, due to be released via Red Scare Industries on March 4, 2016.



Petrol Girls (feminist post-hardcore) stream upcoming EP “Some Thing”

Today we are stoked to bring you the exclusive US premiere of feminist post-hardcore band Petrol Girls upcoming EP “Some Thing”. If you’re unfamiliar with the band, their music combines manic jagged rhythms with vocals that range from furious screaming to intricate melodies and harmonies. Drawing direct influence from Refused, White Lung, Bikini Kill, Fugazi, RVIVR, Propagandhi, At The Drive-In and War On Woman, I think most of you will find something you like about this band.

Petrol Girls identify explicitly as a feminist band and draw on personal experiences to challenge and ridicule sexism, as well as exploring wider political themes, such as alienation, mental health and the current anti-austerity movement.

“Some Thing” is slated for a multi label release on February 19th through Bomber Music (pre-order) in the UK, Laser Life Records (pre-order) in the EU and Panic State Records (pre-order) in the US.

Give the album a listen below.



The Lippies release track list for upcoming album, announce US tour dates

Grand Rapids based pop-punk band The Lippies have revealed their track list for the upcoming self-titled album.

The album is their debut full length and it serves as a follow up to their 2014 self-titled EP.

You can see the track list and some upcoming tour dates with Chicago punk group The Falcon (ft. members from Alkaline Trio, The Lawrence Arms, and The Loved Onesbelow