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Post Season (pop punk) stream new self-titled album

PA pop punks Post Season are now streaming their new self-titled album, which was released on July 13th.

You can give it a listen below.

Their last release was a 2015 split with Such a Mess.

The Palatines release video for “Demons Whispering”

Texas pop-punks The Palatines have released a video for their song “Demons Whispering”. The song comes off the band’s latest album Death From Below, which was released this past March. The video features some footage of the fellas playing “Demons Whispering” in a very polished looking practice space.

You can check out the new video below.

Death From Below was released back in March, the first new music from The Palatines since 2016’s Never Made It.

The Wonder Years to embark on short fall tour

The Wonder Years, who recently returned home from a full tour have announced a small spattering of shows as the band gears up for Riot Fest in Chicago. They will be bringing Hot Mulligan, Super Whatevr, as well as The Color and Sound along for the ride.

Check out the tour dates above and check out the video for “Raining in Kyoto” off of Sister Cities below.

The Wonder Years released Sister Cities earlier this year their first new album since No Closer to Heaven in 2015, unless your counting Burst & Decay which was released back in 2017.

Real Talk (Pop Punk) Stream Video for Single “Bury Me Easy” From Forthcoming Album “Arrivals”

The pop punkers of Real Talk are allowing fans to stream a video for their latest single “Bury Me Easy”. The track itself was produced  by Seth Anderson from Always.Be.Genius. Recording Studio. Meanwhile, the visuals were created by Burke Cullinane Films.

“Bury Me Easy” is taken from an upcoming Real Talk EP titled Arrivals. It’s due for release at a currently undisclosed date later this year on Anchor Eighty Four.

You can check out “Bury Me Easy” below.

Choke the Pope (Pop Punk, WA) Stream Single “Shit Luck” From Forthcoming Album “Who Cares”

Seattle pop-punk three-piece Choke the Pope are allowing fans to stream a single ahead of their forthcoming album release. The tune titled “Shit Luck” will appear on the album Who Cares.

Choke the Pope’s prior release was the 2016 effort Emotional Material.

You can check out Who Cares below.

Brigades release new single “Sucker”

South Carolina pop-punk group Brigades have released a new single, “Sucker“. The track has been released as a single, ahead of their upcoming 6 song EP “True Blue”, which is out on July 27th. The track follows recent video “Turmoil”, which you can watch below.

The band released “Indefinite” back in 2015.

Lost in Stereo (pop-punk) reveal new single “Save Me”

Glasgow pop-punk band Lost in Stereo have shared a new song. “Save Me” is the first single from their upcoming EP which is scheduled to be released later this year. You can view the video for the single below.

As mentioned in a previous DS article, the band will be touring England with Flogging Molly and Face to Face for the ‘Fireball – Fueling the Fire’ tour.

Landspeeder (pop-punk) stream new EP “Scum and Villainy”

Chicago-based pop-punk band Landspeeder released a new EP Scum and Villainy on July 2nd and you can listen to the EP below.

Scum and Villainy is a follow-up to the band’s 2017 EP Hard Merchandise.


Trash Boat release music video for new song “Old Soul”, announce tour dates

UK-based pop-punk band Trash Boat have released a music video for their new song “Old Soul” and also announced a slew of upcoming summer tour dates. Check out both below.

Old Soul comes from their upcoming album Crown Shyness, which is due out July 20th via Hopeless Records.

Shonen Knife to tour the United States

Legendary Japanese punk trio Shonen Knife have announced they are touring the United States this summer! Check out the tour dates below.

The band recently released a combination live DVD/CD titled ALIVE! In Osaka.  Prior to this release, the band released Adventure in 2016.

Only On Weekends (pop punk) premiere lyric video for “Voices” off their upcoming album

Here at Dying Scene we are proud of what gets cooked up in our kitchen, and I would be lying if I said we weren’t equally proud of what gets stirred up elsewhere as well.

But you all know this already, and today we are thrilled to bring you this exclusive lyric video straight from our shitter to yours.

Only On Weekends (Jersey Pop Punk) is premiering their new on-the-Lou point-of-view lyric video for the song “Voices” off their new album “Another Wasted Night” which releases on August 24th. Accompanying this catchy pop punk sad song about thinking too much, and overcoming the struggles of self-doubt is a perfectly well thought-out visual spectacle, and props to the location finder! I mean, seriously though, when was the last time YOU were able to make a roll of toilet paper last that long? These boys from Jersey… I mean, Philly… have packed about as much fun as anyone cares to see in a bathroom stall on this one.

Their last release, “Light Years and Heavy Lifting” came out in 2014 and was appropriately reviewed for its clever catchiness, with its Saves The Day-esque tonalities and well produced by Fred Mascherino (Taking Back Sunday). “Another Wasted Night” follows on its heals, this time engineered by Jesse Cannon (The Menzingers, Saves The Day, The Cure), and we are starting to get the impression that Only On Weekends knows exactly what they are doing. Sounds good, guys!

Check out the upcoming tour dates and stream “Voices” below… and, uh, don’t forget to flush.

Ah, jeez… Hey, can someone pass me some tipee?… Anybody?

Okigubo Station (pop punk) announce new album, release video

Okigubo Station, the new band featuring Asian Man Records founder and current/past member of such bands as Skankin’ Pickle, The Chinkees, and The Bruce Lee Band, Mike Park, and Maura Weaver of the on-hiatus band Mixtapes, have announced that they will be releasing their first full-length, We Can Pretend Like, on August 24 via Asian Man. 

To give you an idea of what to expect from the album, the band has released a video for their song “Take A Piece Of All That’s Good,” which you can check out below.

Okigubo Station last released their self-titled EP in 2017.

Mercy Music (pop punk) announce new album “Until The End Of Your World”

Las Vegas pop punk act Mercy Music have announced they will be releasing their new album Until The End Of Your World on July 13th via La Escalera Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, you can check out a lyric video for “Hang Your Head” and a music video for “Song For” below.

Mercy Music last released When I Die, I’m Taking You With Me in 2014.

Dial Drive (punk) perform “Worthless” on Rotten Rabbit TV

Orlando punks Dial Drive have released a video performing their song “Worthless” on Rotten Rabbit TV.

You can check it out below.

“Worthless” comes from the bands’ latest EP, Viva Le’ Jit, which was released on January 19th, 2018 via A Jam Records.

The Scratches (Skate Punk, OH) release video for “I Can’t Hear You”

Columbus, OH skate punk/pop punk trio The Scratches have released a video for “I Can’t Hear You”, a track from their upcoming EP “Pull The Plug”. The EP is out August 3rd, with the title track also streaming via the band’s Bandcamp.

Have a watch of “I Can’t Hear You” below.