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Prawn announce new album “Run,” stream track “North Lynx”

New Jersey’s emo act Prawn have announced they will be releasing a new album titled Run on September 22 via Topshelf Records.

In addition to this announcement, they’re also streaming the track “North Lynx” from the album. You can find the track, as well as the tracklist for Run, below.



The Movielife stream “Ghosts In The Photographs”

 

The Movielife are streaming another new track. The band’s first effort in 14 years, “Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel”, released back in June, has been followed by “Ghosts In The Photograph” – just as strong a track. Both songs are from upcoming LP “Cities In Search Of A Heart”, out September 22nd via Rise Records.

Listen to the track below.



Sorority Noise announce tour with Citizen and Great Grandpa

If you’re into good, modern day emo, chances are you’re going to be freaking out over this next tour. Sorority Noise, Citizen and Great Grandpa are teaming up for a lengthy US run and we absolutely love it.

Head down below for full tour dates.



Dead Leaves stream two new tracks from upcoming album “Vultures”

Westfield indie-punks Dead Leaves are streaming two new tracks taken from their upcoming album Vultures. You can listen to “Sunrise” and “Alive In The Spring” below.

Vultures is the band’s first release since their 2014 self-titled EP, and is set to be released on August 25 via Take This To Heart Records.



Small Circle (feat members of Sorority Noise) stream track from upcoming album “cyclical”

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based alternative emo act Small Circle is streaming a new track titled “spinning” from their upcoming debut album. You can listen to it below.

Small Circle features vocals from Marissa D’Elia, and 3 members of Sorority Noise (Cam Boucher, Adam Ackerman, Charlie Singer). Their debut album will be titled cyclical, and is set to be released on September 8 via Boucher’s Flower Girl Records, as well as Triple Crown Records.



The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die announce new album “Always Foreign”

Connecticut emo/rock act The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have announced the release of a new album. “Always Foreign” is out on Epitaph on September 29th. “When we started writing we were fresh off Trump being elected, so there’s an anger to the album that’s different from what we’ve done in the past,” says TWIABP vocalist David F Bello. “There’s a lot more resistance thinking throughout the songs—not in a way that’s strictly anti-Trump, but also addressing things like white supremacy and controlling elements of the state.”

To mark the announcement, the band are streaming advance track “Dillon And Her Son” over at The Fader. The album is the followup to 2015’s “Harmlessness”.



Kevin Devine releases video “Both Ways” and announce tour dates

New Yorker Kevin Devine has released a video for “Both Ways” which comes off of “Instigator.” You can find the video, and full list of tour dates for Kevin Devine & The Goddamn Band below.

“Instigator,” Kevins last album (his 9th), came out in 2016.



Myelin (Ex-Apologies, I Have None) stream new single ‘Horror’

London (UK) based sad ensemble Myelin is streaming a brand new single. ‘Horror’ is the second track taken from the band’s debut ep “Reservoirs”, out August 4th via German quality label Uncle M (The Smith Street Band, Anti-Flag, Boysetsfire).

You can check out ‘Horror’ right here.



The Movielife And The Early November Announce Fall Co-Headlining Tour

The Movielife and The Early November have just announced their upcoming fall co-headlining tour. Taking in 20 evenings across the U.S. and Canada, the tour features The Movielife performing songs off its first album in 14 years, Cities In Search Of A Heart (out on Rise Records on Friday, September 22) as well as fan favorites, and The Early November performing its 2003 debut album, The Room’s Too Cold, in its entirety.

Kicking off on Monday, September 18 at The Paradise Rock Club in Boston, MA, the tour will visit cities including Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday, September 19, Brooklyn, NY on Friday, September 22, Chicago, IL on Tuesday, September 26, Austin, TX on Sunday, October 1, West Hollywood, CA on Wednesday, October 4, Berkeley, CA on Saturday, October 7, and Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto, ON on Saturday, October 14. Heart Attack Man (Triple Crown Records) will be opening dates on the first half of the tour and Racquet Club (Rise Records) will be opening on dates on the second half. A full listing of all the dates on this tour can be found below.

Cities In Search Of A Heart—The Movielife’s first offering since 2003’s seminal Forty Hour Train Back To Penn—marks the band’s triumphant return to form, and is an album that shows how much the group’s songwriters—vocalist Vinnie Caruana and guitarist Brandon Reilly—have grown, offering up their most inspired and energized songwriting to date. Whether you’ve loved The Movielife since they were a scrappy Long Island hardcore band in the early 2000s or you’re a recent initiate, it’s difficult not to get caught up in the kinetic energy and lyrical honesty that permeates every note of Cities In Search Of A Heart.



Dashboard Confessional and All American Rejects cover each other to commemorate tour

Dashboard Confessional and All American Rejects have covered each others songs to commemorate their tour. The bands renditions of “Move Along” and “Hands Down” can be listened to below.

The band’s are currently touring together, playing shows for a month straight.



Intervention (emo, FL) stream latest single “Blur”

Jacksonville’s Intervention are streaming new single “Blur”, off their upcoming EP Too Much TV. The record itself is out next month, and fans can pre-order it here.

You can listen to Too Much TV below. It’s the first new music from Intervention since their 2016 five-track, Lucid.



American Football release video for “Home Is Where The Haunt Is”

Chicago emo punks American Football have just released a new video for their track, “Home Is Where The Haunt Is.”

The song comes off of their 2016 self titled EP release which was their first release since their self titled album in 1999.

Check out the video below.



Save Face and Hot Mulligan announce summer tour dates

New Jersey emo band Save Face and Michigan-based pop punk outfit Hot Mulligan have announced some US tour dates taking place this summer.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Save Face last released their album Folly via Take This To Heart Records while Hot Mulligan’s debut EP Opportunities was most recently re-released on No Sleep Records.



Brackish stream new EP “Coming Down”

Philadelphia’s Brackish have made their new EP Coming Down available to stream. You can give the three-song release a listen below.

Coming Down was released today through Black Numbers. Buy a digital copy on bandcamp, or head over here to grab the flexi 7″.



Able Baker Fox drops new track ‘Purple Mountains’

Brooklyn based emo rockers Able Baker Fox just dropped a huge new track. ‘Purple Mountains’ is taken from the band’s upcoming sophomore album ‘Visions’, out August 25th via No Sleep Records (US) and Arctic Rodeo Recordings (EU).

Head down below to give ‘Purple Mountains’ a spin.