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Fight For Friday (pop punk) announce new EP “Someone You Could Trust” streaming single “Headache”

Manchester and Cumbrian pop punks Fight For Friday have announced they will be releasing their sophomore EP Someone You Could Trust, and are streaming the first single “Headache”. The new album will be released May 11th.

Give the new song a listen below.

This is the second release for English pop punks, the first being the 2016 release Call Me Old Fashioned. If your a fan of The Ataris or early Good Charlotte you’ll enjoy these guys. 

Boston punks Rebuilder and Rooftops announce April tour dates

Massachusetts-based punk rock homies Rebuilder are gassing up Tessie the Tour Van and heading out on the road for a quick ten day run next month that’ll take them to the Mississippi River and back. Fellow Boston-based solo act Rooftops will be along for the ride. Check out the full rundown and tour flier below.

Rebuilder’s latest album is, as you should well know by now, last year’s Songs From The Massachusetts Turnpike EP, released last year on Panic State Records.

Musink schedule announced


America’s largest tattoo and music festival, Musink, has announced the schedule for set times and details for the three day festival. Located at the OC Fair & Event Center in Southern California, the 11th annual festival, running from March 16 through the 18, features performances from names including blink-182, Descendents, Lil Yachty, Good Charlotte, Fear, Machine Gun Kelly & More.

Along with performances, the festival also features daily tattoo contests, a vendor village, and the Miss MUSINK competition (presented by Sullen). For the list of set times and more information, including an interview with Travis Barker about the event, click below.

Sunday Morning premieres new video “Ten Years”

Connecticut pop punks Sunday Morning have premiered a video for their new single, “Ten Years.” Check out the video below!

Gold Steps (Pop-Punk, Texas) stream new song “Firestarter”

Austin, Texas pop-punk act Gold Steps are streaming their new song “Firestarter.”

You can check it out below, along with some of the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

“Firestarter” comes from the bands’ upcoming EP Incandescent, which is set to be released on May 25th.

Southpaw announce tour with Hold Close and Crooked Teeth

Michigan pop punks Southpaw have announced some April tour dates with Hold Close and Crooked Teeth.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Southpaw last released White Lighter Myth on February 9th via Anchor Eighty Four Records.

DS Exclusive: 7 Minute Martians (Pop Punk) Premieres Track From Upcoming Album

Later this week, Cincinnati-based pop punks, 7 Minute Martians will be releasing their debut album, Curious. To get you stoked, the boys sent over the third single from the forthcoming freshman offering (due out 3/15) exclusively for Dying Scene reader!  The track, “Smoked Out” is a melodic, lyrically-emotional, yet upbeat track with tight, Blink-182-esque harmonies. When asked about the new single, guitarist/vocalist Wil Viars told us, “This is a song about decaying love and one of my favorites off of the record. I like the metaphor of comparing a relationship to being in a burning building and a high-speed car chase in the chorus. The third verse will always hit me hard, as it’s about my mother’s suicide.” Check it out below!

Daggermouth (Melodic Punk, Canada) Stream New Song “Ramen Noodle Doodle” and Announce Euro/UK Tours

Canada’s Daggermouth are back with new music after a lengthy hiatus. The band have released a new track called “Ramen Noodle Doodle” and will be hitting the road for shows in the UK and Europe. In addition, they’ll be re-releasing their 2007 full-length, Turf Wars on Little Rocket Records.

You can listen to the latest material over on Spotify and check out both tour posters below.

The Wonder Years stream new song “Pyramids of Salt”

The Wonder Years are now streaming their new track, “Pyramids of Salt.” The track comes off their new album “Sister Cities,” as a testament to chilling intros and the movement of emotion that music should always illicit.

The boys are heading out on tour Tigers Jaw, Tiny Moving Parts, and Worriers starting in May and ending in June as well.

Check out the new track below.

DS Exclusive: Reuther (Pop Punk) Premieres New Track From Upcoming LP

Detroit based pop punkers, ​Reuther arose from the ashes of former projects of founding members James Vee and Daniel Stover. And having spent years touring the US with their previous band, Forty Lashes, they wanted to continue the excitement and energy that reckless touring afforded them. Drawing inspiration from some of their favorite acts like The Loved Ones,​​The Flatliners ​and ​The Swellers​, ​the trio is ready and willing to show how animated and vivacious Motor City pop punk can be. What better way to get acquainted than with an exclusive premiere?! Today, we’re pleased to present the debut of the “Highways” from the band’s freshman LP Like A Ghost which is due out on April 27th via Get Party Records and Too Hype Music (pre-orders are up for digital and vinyl). Stream until your heat is content, below!

Album Stream: Custody – “Custody”

Finland pop-punkers Custody recently released their latest self-titled full-length and we have it here for full  streaming for you. The 10-track record is old school 90s punk plus what the band calls “daddy punk.” You are just going to have to listen to find out what that means.

You can check the full thing out below.

The self-titled album follows the band’s 2016 EP, Blistered Soul/Whatever We Decide. 

Punchline (punk) stream new song “Friend From the Future” off upcoming album “LION”

Pittsburg pop-punk band Punchline have dropped a brand new song called “Friend From The Future.” The song is one off of their highly anticipated upcoming record, LION. It is a feel-good punk song that gives us a good taste of what we can expect from these mighty rockers.

You can check the song out here.

Lion will serve as a follow-up to 2015’s, Thrilled. 

Knocked Down release single titled “It’s Not Easy Getting Old”

Knocked Down (skate punk) have premiered a new track called “It’s Not Easy Getting Old”. You can listen to the track below. It will be a part of a new record the band is putting out later this year.

The band’s last release was their debut self-titled EP in 2017.

Starter Jackets (members of The Copyrights, Hospital Job, Attic Salt) release new album, play “Live From the Rock Room”

The world’s greatest power pop band that gets mistaken for a defunct sports clothing line has released their first LP, “Decisions”. I’ve been waiting for weeks to write about this, as I was granted a preview of the album after I did some awfully humiliating things behind a Casey’s General Store dumpster than involved day-old pizza, half a jar of mayonnaise, and the surrender of what little dignity I had left after I got drunk and gave out my phone number at my last family reunion. But hey, I’m in this because I love music, and I’m willing to give something like fifty-five percent or so to share the things I love.

Starter Jackets follow up their debut EP with even stronger hooks, kinkier synths, more powerier chords and even more powerier pop. Check out the stream of the album and their performance at Live From the Rock Room below to hear for yourself how great these guys are. You can buy a digital copy of the album at bandcamp.

Starter Jackets’ lineup includes Luke McNeill of The Copyrights and Hospital Job, Lanny Durbin of Attic Salt, and Fred Malcom of both Hospital Job and Attic Salt.

Blaming You release debut EP ‘Welcome to Life’

San Francisco based pop punkers Blaming You have released their debut EP. ‘Welcome to Life’ is available now via all the digital channels you know and love.

Check out ‘Welcome to Life’ below.