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The Windowsill (pop-punk, Holland) stream two new songs

Holland’s The Windowsill are getting ready to release their new album Make Your Own Kind Of Music and are streaming 2 new songs from it.

You can give a listen to “See You Back Again” and “The Girl I Don’t Understand” below.

Make Your Own Kind Of Music is set to be released on February 1st, 2017 via Shield Recordings.

Music Video: Better Than Never – “Dreamland Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be”

UK pop-punk six-piece Better Than Never have released a video for their song “Dreamland Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be.”

You can check it out below.

Dreamland Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be” comes from the bands’ latest EP, Head Under Water, which was released on December 2nd, 2016 via Fox Records.

Green Day release lyric video for “Troubled Times”

Green Day have released a lyric video for “Troubled Times”. The track is from the band’s last LP “Revolution Radio”, which came out back in October on Reprise.

You can watch the video below.

The Scutches announce West Coast tour

NY pop-punks The Scutches have announced a run of West Coast dates. You can check the list of dates below.

The band released a vinyl pressing of their “Glass House” EP back in December. 

Real Friends announce tour with Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside & Nothing, Nowhere

Real Friends have announced an epic tour from the end of April until into June, with Have Mercy, Tiny Moving Parts, Broadside and Nothing, Nowhere in support. Tickets are on sale from the band’s website.

A full list of the dates is below.

Amuse (pop punk, Indiana) stream new single “Life Sucks”

Indiana pop punkers Amuse are streaming a live video of their latest single “Life Sucks”. The track has been taken from an EP to be released in 2017 of the same name and was performed on Mike Felumlee’s Live From The Rock Room show. 

Check it out below.

Get The Net (pop punk, New Jersey) stream single “Witch In My Basement”

New Jersey pop punkers Get The Net are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Witch In My Basement”.

You can check out their latest release below.

Four Year Strong announce “Rise Or Die Trying” 10th Anniversary Tour

In order to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the release of their sophomore album, Rise Or Die Trying, Massachusetts pop-punk band Four Year Strong have laid out a series of club shows where they’ll play the album in its entirety.

The 20-date (so far) tour has been dubbed “USA Takeover: Volume 1” and it features support from Can’t Swim, Light Years and Sleep On It. The tour kicks off March 10th in Rhode Island; head below for the full itinerary.

Rise Or Die Trying was released in 2007 on I Surrender Records. The band’s latest album was self-titled and was released last year on Pure Noise Entertainment.

Elvis Depressedly announce West Coast tour dates

North Carolina’s Elvis Depressedly have announced a West Coast US tour run that’s slated to kick off March 16th in Los Angeles, and to finish up ten days later in Boise, Idaho. Head below to catch the full rundown. All dates include support from Erik Phillips, whom you may know better as his former stage name, Cat Be Damned.

Elvis Depressedly’s last release, Holo Pleasures / California Dreamin’,’  came out last June on Run For Cover Records.

Postcards From Jane (pop punk) sign to Wilhelm Records, release music video – “Can’t Stop”

Louisiana pop-punk band Postcards From Jane recently signed to Wilhelm Records, and now they have a new music video for their song “Can’t Stop.” Watch it below.

The song is the first single off the band’s upcoming EP, which is due out in early 2017. It will be the band’s first proper EP, having been founded in 2015.

Right On, Kid! (pop punk) release new music video – “Twice Told”

Albuquerque pop-punk quintet Right On, Kid! have released a new music video for their song, “Twice Told.” Check it out below.

The song is from the band’s yet-to-be-named upcoming EP, which is due out in mid-2017.

Right On, Kid! released their debut EP, On The Brighter Side Of Things, in March of 2016.

Among Legends (pop punk) streaming new song – “Half Past Nine”

Canadian pop-punk group Among Legends are now streaming a new song, called “Half Past Nine,” and you can listen to it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming new EP, Starting Over, which is due out on February 28th. You can pre-order the EP right here.

Among Legends previous release was their Charles St. EP, which they put out in April 2016.

DS Exclusive: I’m Fine (Pop Punk) Premieres New Song “Merit Badge” From Upcoming LP, “Never Knowing Best”

Pop punkers I’m Fine have announced their signing to SoCal based label Wiretap Records and on February 3rd, they’ll be releasing their debut, full length album with their new partner! The ten track LP titled, Never Knowing Best was recorded in the band’s hometown of New Orleans by James Whitten with help from Brian Pretus of PEARS fame. Now, here’s where it gets real good. The N’awlin boys were kind enough to send a track over to put in the ears of DyingScene readers! Stream the single “Merit Badge” and check out what head vocalist, Wes Clampett had to say about the signing below. Then head over and pre-order a physical copy (which will also be available on cassette in limited quantities) here.

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WSTR stream new track “Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing)”

UK pop-punk band WSTR is streaming their brand-new track “Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing),” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s debut album, Red, Green or In Between, which is due out on January 20th via No Sleep Records. The band will be touring around the UK soon, and you can find dates for these shows beneath the video.

Simple Plan announce “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” 15 year anniversary tour w/ Set It Off & Seaway

Pop-punk veterans Simple Plan have announced a US tour to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of their album “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls.” You can find dates and locations below.

For the tour Simple Plan will be playing the entire “No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls” album as well as an extended setlist. Florida pop-punks Set It Off and Canadian pop-punks Seaway will be supporting Simple Plan for the entire tour.