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The Lillingtons debut new track ‘Zodiac’

Holy shredders Batman, The Lillingtons just dropped a brand new track! ‘Zodiac’ is the second single of the band’s up and coming Fat Wreck Chords debut ‘Stella Sapiente’. That one won’t be out until the 13th of October, but all you impatient punks can head over here for a pre-order.

Check out ‘Zodiac’ below.



Video Premiere: Wicked Bears (SLC Pop Punk) “2049”

Dying Scene is proud to premiere the brand new lyric video for “2049,” the first single from Wicked Bears‘ forthcoming album Tuning Out. It features flying cars, satellites, and lots of words (because it’s a lyric video).

Fans of Masked Intruder, Teenage Bottlerocket and the like will eat this up. Take a look below! Tuning Out is slated to be released October 13th via Hidden Home Records.



Hard-Ons announce split with Not Scientists, European tour dates

Australian punks, Hard-Ons, will release a split 7-inch with French pop-punk quartet Not Scientists in support of their upcoming European tour.

You can pre-order the split here and view the tour dates below.

The split will be released on October 14, 2017 through Shield Recordings. Not Scientists released Leave Stickers On Our Graves Maxi Edition in 2016. Hard-Ons released Peel me like a Egg in 2014.



The Scutches announce U.S. shows


New York pop-punk act The Scutches have announced a handful of U.S. shows.

You can check out the dates and locations below.

The band released a vinyl pressing of their “Glass House” EP in 2016.



Sunday Morning (pop punk, CT) stream EP “Anything That Can Go Wrong Will”

Connecticut pop punk outfit Sunday Morning are streaming their latest EP, Anything That Can Go Wrong Will. The record features four tracks, a shit-load of melody, and buckets of emotion.

Anything That Can Go Wrong Will is the first EP from Sunday Morning since their 2016 offering, Stalemate EP, and you can check it out below.



Welfare Beer League (pop punk, IL) stream latest single “Your Resignation”

Illinois based pop punk outfit Welfare Beer League are streaming their latest single. It’s called “Your Resignation” and has a distinctively Alkaline Trio feel to its self-deprecation.

You can check out “Your Resignation” below. It’s the first new music from the Welfare Beer League since their single from June of this year, “Keep Calm Baby”.



The Story So Far release new single “Out Of It”, proceeds going to charity

California pop-punks The Story So Far just released a new single titled “Out Of It”, and you can check it out below. The track will be getting a limited 7″ release in November, with all proceeds going to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. Pre-orders have already sold out.

Guitarist Will Levy had this to say about the band’s decision to contribute to a charitable cause:

“We want to help contribute to The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation because we want people to know that there is hope and that you don’t have to go it alone. From addiction to anxiety to eating disorders, or schizophrenia, we believe there is a way to help with these illnesses. We personally struggle with some of these illnesses everyday and we want to help each other out. Please reach out to a loved one, speak up and don’t be afraid to be honest about what’s happening. To learn more…”

The band’s currently working on a new album that is expected to release in 2018. They will be touring the US with Turnstile and Drug Church later this year (dates below).



Seaway stream new album “Vacation”

Canadian pop-punk band Seaway‘s new album Vacation came out today through Pure Noise Records, and is now available to stream. You can give the record a listen below.

The band’s currently in the midst of a US tour with Four Year Strong and Like Pacific. They will also be touring Japan later this year.



Charlie Bit My Finger (Pop-Punk) stream new album “Third Times A Farm”

Belgian pop-punk act Charlie Bit My Finger are streaming their new album “Third Times A Farm” in full. The album is not due to be released until September 16th via Thousand Islands Records and Bearded Punk Records. You can listen to the album below.

The band will be playing a show to celebrate the new release on September 16th along side Krang and The 101’s. You can get more info on the show here.



Knuckle Puck release video for new track “Double Helix”

Chicago-based pop-punks Knuckle Puck have released a music video for their new track “Double Helix”. The song is taken from their upcoming album “Shapeshifter” which is due out on October 13th via Rise Records. Check out the video below.

The band will begin their headlining tour on October 11th with support from from Movements, With Confidence and Homesafe. You can find the full list of tour dates here.



Seaway release music video for new track “Lula On The Beach”

Canadian pop-punks Seaway have premiered a music video for a new song titled “Lula On The Beach.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album titled Vacation, which is set to be released on September 15th. Seaway are currently on tour with Four Year Strong and Like Pacific in North America.



Direct Hit! and Pears releasing full-length split “Human Movement”, stream 1 new track from each band!

OMG! OMG! On November 3, Fat Wreck Chords will release “Human Movement”, a split album from Direct Hit and PEARS. This 12 track scorcher features five new songs from each band, plus one cover of their counterpart’s material. You can get your first taste today by streaming “Blood On Your Tongue” by Direct Hit, and “Ardous Angel” by PEARS below.

For more on the release, check out what front-man Nick Woods from Direct Hit, and Brian Pretus from PEARS had to say about joining forces:

Nick Woods: “We’re really proud of how this record turned out, not only because all the tunes on it are rippers, but because we got to collaborate on it with some of our best friends. Splits like these rarely work with everyone involved playing to the others’ strengths. I’m really glad the stars aligned here in a way where the whole thing came together as a unified release, from one of the coolest record labels in the biz right now.”

Brian Pretus: “We’ve been talking about doing this for a long time, since like one of our first tours, which was with Direct Hit. It’s pretty surreal that we finally got to make it happen, and I couldnt be happier with how both sides of this thing turned out.”

If you pre-order the album from iTunes or Bandcamp, you’ll get an instant download of a song from each band.



Ink Bomb (Skate Punk) release music video for “The Bleachers”

Netherlands based skate punkers Ink Bomb have released a video for their song “The Bleachers.”

You can check it out below.

“The Bleachers” is the bands’ first single from their upcoming EP Swim, which is set to be released on October 23rd.



21 Again (pop punk) streaming new album “There’s No Way That I Could Deal Without You”

French pop punks 21 Again are streaming their new album “There’s No Way That I Could Deal Without You”. As well, the band has released two new videos to celebrate the new album.

You can check out the new album and videos below.

The new album is the first from the Marseille natives, and if you like female fronted pop punk these guys don’t disappoint.



Sleep On It drop date/music video for debut album, “Overexposed”

Pop-punks from Chicago, Sleep On It, have announced their new album “Overexposed” is coming out November 3rd, via Equal Vision Records.

Get a preview of the new album by watching the music video for the band’s new single, “Distant”, and reading what the band had to say about the release below.