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The Sidekicks premiere video for “Don’t Feel Like Dancing”, announce East Coast tour dates

The Sidekicks have premiered a video for their single “Don’t Feel Like Dancing’ off of their upcoming album ‘Happiness Hours’, due out May 18 on Epitaph.

The Sidekicks are also playing a string of East Coast shows this Summer with Swim Team. You can check out the new record and tour dates below.

Three years in the making, the new record is produced by John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., Kurt Vile) and follows up 2015’s ‘Runners in the Nerved World’. 



Not Scientists release “Golden Staples”

French Pop-punkers Not Scientists have recently debuted a new record titled “Golden Staples” via Pencil Records. You can check out the album below.

Not Scientists last released “Leave Stickers on Our Graves” in 2016.

 

 

 

 



City Mouth sign to Take This to Heart Records, stream album “Hollows”

Illinois pop punks City Mouth have just announced that they’ll be joining the Massachusetts record label, Take This to Heart.

The five piece is also streaming their new album, “Hollows.”

You can check it out below.



The Creeps (punk) stream new song “Even”

Ontario punk band The Creeps are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming album, Beneath The Pines. The song is called “Even” and you can give it a listen here.

The group last released a split with No Marks in 2016. Beneath The Pines is scheduled for release on May 4th via It’s Alive Records.



Lightweight (pop-punk) streaming new album “Cross and Burn”

Sacramento based pop-punks Lightweight are streaming their latest album Cross and Burn. The pop heavy album features clean guitar riffs and hard raspy vocals.

Give the album a listen below.

This is the second release for Lightweight, the first being 2017’s Self Titled album. If you’re a fan of Screeching Weasel mixed with some Anti-Flag these guys combine the instrumentals of Anti-Flag with the vocals of Screeching Weasel…it’s hard to explain. So just go check ’em out! 



The Fur Coats (pop-punk) streaming new album “Milkdromeda”

Texas punks The Fur Coats are streaming their new album Milkdromeda. The new album features heavy riffs infused with witty lyrics.

Give the new album a listen below.

This is the first new music from the Austin based pop-punks since 2017’s Gumballs In The Meritocrisy. These guys remind me of Jughead’s Revenge so if you like them, give these guys a listen.



Billie Joe Armstrong’s new band The Longshot release EP

Billie Joe Armstrong’s new band The Longshot made their live debut over the weekend to mark the release of their debut, three song EP. “The Longshot EP” was released last week (12th April) before they played Saturday night at Oakland, CA’s 1-2-3-4 Go! Records. The band also features Green Day touring guitarist Jeff Matika on bass and vocals, alongside Kevin Preston on guitar and David S. Field on drums.

You can have a listen to the EP below.



The Creeps (punk) stream new song “Shimmer”

Ontario punk band The Creeps are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming album, Beneath The Pines. The song is called “Shimmer” and you can take a listen to it below.

The group last released a split with No Marks in 2016. Beneath The Pines is scheduled for release later this year.



Legend Of You(melodic) streaming two song EP “Redemption”

New York melodic punks Legend Of You are streaming their new two song EP Redemption. The short release features two new songs entitled “Redemption” and “Drunk On J-Word”.

You can check out the new tracks below.

This is the first new music from Legend Of You since the 2015 release of With Loyalty. If you’re a fan of Thrice or Thursday you will like these guys.



The Wonder Years stream new album “Sister Cities”

The Wonder Years are streaming their new album Sister Cities in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

Sister Cities was released on April 6th via Hopeless Records.

 



The Mental Code (pop-punk) streaming single “My Padded Cell”

Phoenix pop-punks The Mental Code are streaming a new single entitled “My Padded Cell”. It comes off the band’s latest release Force Fed.

Check out the single below.

The Mental Code’s latest release Force Fed was released in March. If you’re a fan of The Vandals or Guttermouth these guys are for you.



Triple Sundae (London, pop-punk) release EP “Peace of Mind”

London pop-punks Triple Sundae have released a new, three song EP on Umlaut Records. You can buy the record from the label store now. The band have a hometown release show at the end of the month,

Have a listen to the EP below.



Direct Hit! Announce They’ve Finished Tracking Their Latest Album

Milwaukee-based pop punks, Direct Hit! have announced via their Instagram page that they have finished tracking their newest LP. For now, however, there is no word as to when the record will be ready for release.

The previous full-length from the four-piece was the 2016 effort, Wasted Mind.



Show Review: The Split Seconds and Riverside Odds (Connie’s Ric Rac Philadelphia, 3/31/18)

This past Saturday I took a trip down to one of my favorite punk rock dive bars Connie’s Ric Rac which resides in one of my favorite party cities Philadelphia Pennsylvania to catch one of my favorite newer bands The Split Seconds who I had missed at their New Jersey date on Thursday due to work and wasn’t up for the trip to Brooklyn the next night so we hoped in the car and headed down to Philly for a cheesesteak at Pat’s, some beers and some killer punk rock.
I am sorry and a bit ashamed to say I missed the opening act because I hate to be that girl who only shows up for the headliner, and I am also sorry to say the second band on the bill was so weak and unforgettable that I won’t tarnish their name in this review in case they’re still new, and turn out to be great in a year or two. But I will rave, yes rave about the direct support for this show. A new band (For me anyway) who call themselves Riverside Odds.

Riverside Odds killed it, they absolutely killed it with a nonstop barrage of fast aggressive punk tinged rock and roll that would have made Lemmy Kilmister jump to his feet and yell for more. Riverside Odds do Rock & Roll fast and hard with lots of back up whoa oh’s and fist pumping singalongs about drinking, and brawling in their great hometown of Philadelphia. I can’t wait to see these guys again and if you get the chance I say don’t miss it.

Next up was the band we had come for. Washington D.C.s The Split Seconds who I am also happy to say absolutely killed it, which is good because they had a tough act to follow, but follow them they did with an amazing 40 plus minute set of 70’s style raw power, the only glitch was getting the vocals right during the first song but Connie’s sound man was on point and had them sounding sweet before the start of the rest of the set where they played most of our favorites off of last year’s release “Center Of Attention” plus several new songs off this Summers upcoming release, “Counterfeit Reality” and as usual front man Drew Champion looked almost as good as they sounded in his polished boots and button down shirt.

Yes the Split Seconds brought the noise and made the hour plus long drive well worth the trip, and hearing their new songs being previewed at this show was a real treat for us and left me dying to get my hands on the new album out sometime this Summer I believe.

The Split Seconds will be touring with the final cross country Warped Tour this Summer.

New full length Counterfeit Reality will be released on June 8th.



The Sexattacks (pop punk) release video for “Devil in Disguise”

German band The Sexattacks have premiered a video for “Devil in Disguise”. The track is off their recently released EP ‘Secrets’ which was released late last year. You can check out the full EP and newly released video below.