Canada’s Lost Love and Northern Ireland’s Empty Lungs will be touring through the UK and EU together throughout November and into the wee early days of December. You can find the tour dates for the pair of indie-punks below.
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017 at 9:34 PM (PST) by Daron
Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 3:35 PM (PST) by steve_kingston
Bassist Jason Black had this to say about the lyrical content on the song:
“The basic gist of the lyrics is that, civilized/Western/first world cultures are destroying the planet; even those of us with the best intentions can’t make the difference we’d like, because life and the circumstances surrounding [us] are complicated.”
The song is taken from their upcoming album “Light It Up” which is their first album in 5 years. It due to be released on September 15th via Rise Records.
Monday, July 17, 2017 at 3:06 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Hot Water Music have released a video for new song “Vultures.” The track is off their upcoming album, “Light It Up,” released on September 15th via Rise Records. The video follow’s May’s “Never Going Back“.
You can watch the video, featuring fan footage that spans the band’s whole career, below.
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 6:43 PM (PST) by Daron
So I may have squealed a little when I saw this news. Hot Water Music have premiered a video for their newest song “Never Going Back.” The song is off their upcoming album, “Light It Up,” which is due to be released on September 15th via Rise Records.
Do yourself a favor and check out the video below.
Okay, you know how I said before if you watch only one video today, it should be the The Homeless Gospel Choir’s “Normal?” I lied to you. I’m so sorry. You should definitely watch this one too. Can we still be friends?
Monday, April 10, 2017 at 2:44 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Montreal’s Lost Love have released a new video for “Here’s 15 Cents, Now We’re Even”. The track is taken from their current full length, “Comfortable Scars”, out on Stomp Records. The album came out back in April of last year.
You can watch the video below.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 11:20 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
The track comes from the band’s latest album, titled “Comfortable Scars,” which dropped on April 22, 2016.
Thursday, July 28, 2016 at 10:00 AM (PST) by Malamute
Head Wound City last released “A New Wave Of Violence” in May.
Hot Water Music‘s Chuck Ragan recently posted a picture on Instagram with the caption that he and bandmate Chris Wollard are currently writing new material for what appears to be the band’s next album, which will be their first since 2012’s Exister.
We’ll keep you posted as more details on the new album come to light. Hot Water Music last released the vinyl box set, 20th Anniversary Collection, a year ago.
Montreal punks Lost Love have announced a big ol’ US tour that will take them all across the country over the next two months.
Check out all the dates and locations below.
Thursday, May 26, 2016 at 12:36 PM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Lost Love released the album Comfortable Scars back in April as a joint venture with legendary ska label Stomp Records and Boston punk label Ocelot Records. The band released this video today to celebrate the success of their recent 4-week Canadian tour, and to see them off to 3 weeks in Europe with Montpellier punks Water Mane. Lost Love will also be heading to the U.S. in late June.
Comfortable Scars was released on April 22nd, and serves as a follow-up to their 2014 album Sparkles.
Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:00 PM (PST) by villagebrown
The final instalment of the EXPOSÉ: Road to Pouzza Fest VI series features Montreal punk rockers Lost Love. These guys are the embodiment of the modern punk sound and the direction it is headed in. For fans of Iron Chic and Latterman, this band has the chords, the gang vocals, and the riffs to make you feel good and happy. Watch them as they play “Just Because I Rock Doesn’t Mean I’m Made of Stone”, a song from their latest album Comfortable Scars.
You can watch the whole thing below.
A big thank you to Minus2 Digital Media and Raw Cut Media for working with us on this fantastic web series. Hope to see some of you out to this year’s Pouzza Fest, which takes place all over Montreal from May 20th-22nd.
Comfortable Scars was released on April 22nd, 2016 through Stomp Records and serves as a follow-up to their 2014 album Sparkles.
Released in 2013, Worship This!‘s debut album, Tomorrow, I’ll Miss You, was something unique. On the surface it might have seemed like another punk album full of shout-along anthems in the endless sea of shout-along punk anthems, but the deeper you dug the more you’d find traces of college rock and guitar work rooted in the intricacies of 90s indie-emo. The range of styles was likely the result of the band having three songwriters, and while it might have felt chaotic to have so many elements working at once, it certainly gave Tomorrow, I’ll Miss You a very specific voice.
The band’s sophomore effort, Mint, lacks that same kind of unique feeling. It’s kind of a bummer to think of at first, but fortunately, it makes up for it by being a more focused, more tightened, and more cohesive album. There’s a unity that brings it all together. As soon as “Decisions, Decisions” starts, it’s clear that the band has turned up the Latterman influences to 11 and by the time track two, “Miserable Again” hits, it’s obvious that this newfound energy is going to stay. “So Long… Sucker!” and “Kennedy” help the album even its pace by slowing the tempo down for some breathing room, but neither outstay their welcome and are strategically placed between faster tunes.
What’s great about this album, other than taking its namesake from the best ice cream flavor (which is also prominently displayed on the cover), is that it takes everything that makes Midwestern punk rock so enjoyable and has a ball from start to finish. Sing-along choruses about the hardships of life might have been done a million times before, but part of what makes those songs so fun is the familiarity and belonging, and that’s the feeling displayed throughout Mint: a feeling of comfort and home.
Mint isn’t quite the same as the variety show that was Tomorrow, I”ll Miss You, and while the slow introspection of songs like “Bike Ride” are missed, it seems as if Worship This! have found a voice that suits them comfortably. Sometimes we all just need to be comfortable.
4 / 5 – Stream the album below.
RIYL: Latterman, Elway, Mixtapes
Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 2:15 PM (PST) by Bizarro Dustin
Noise/grind supergroup Head Wound City (featuring members of The Blood Brothers, The Locust, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) are streaming their long-awaited debut album, A New Wave of Violence. You can give it a listen here.
Head Wound City will release A New Wave of Violence on May 13, 2016 through Vice Records. It is their first collection of new material since their self-titled debut EP released in 2005.
Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 11:40 AM (PST) by Malamute
Noisegrind supergroup Head Wound City (members of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Blood Brothers) has released a new song called “Born To Burn” off their upcoming debut full-length “A New Wave Of Violence.” You can listen to it below.
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at 9:17 PM (PST) by jaystone
Typesetter released their debut album, Wild’s End, on October 14, 2014 through Black Numbers.