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The Fur Coats (Pop Punk) stream music video for “When Will You Die?”

Texas pop-punk trio The Fur Coats are streaming a music video for their charmingly named song “When Will You Die?”. Watch it below.

The rather strange video fits perfectly with the rather strange topic of the song. The Fur Coats guitarist/singer Marc Ruvolo had this to say on the subject matter:

“On this one I’m singing from the point of view of a beetle as he wonders how long it will be until the annoying human race finally kill themselves off. Everyone knows that the patient, ever-watching insects will one day re-inherit the earth.”

The track is from their recently released album “Gumballs in the Meritocracy” which came out on June 6th.

Between You & Me (Australian Pop-Punk) sign to Hopeless records, premiere new music video

Melbourne, Australia based pop-punkers Between You & Me have signed with Los Angeles, CA based label Hopeless Records.

To celebrate the signing, the band has dropped a music video for a brand new single titled “Overthinking.” You can check it out below.

Daggermouth announce Japan tour w/ Gnarwolves, Hollow Suns

Canadian pop-punk act Daggermouth have announced they will be touring across Japan this November. You can find the full tour poster, dates, and locations below.

UK grit punks Gnarwolves will be travelling to support Daggermouth, and Tokyo, Japan based punk-rockers Hollow Suns join them across the tour.

The Prozacs (pop punk) stream new tracks off upcoming album “Exist”

East Coast punks The Prozacs are streaming three songs off their upcoming album “Exist”. The new album is set to be released August 13th via Outloud! Records.

You can check out the songs and pre order the album here.

“Exist” is the first new album from The Prozacs since 2016’s EP “A Little Something”.

Dire Bloom (punk) streaming new EP “Seasons”

UK punks Dire Bloom are streaming their latest release, “Seasons”. The new EP is the band’s second release and the follow up to 2016’s “Façade”.

You can give the new EP a listen below.

The Coma Kids release lyric video for “Friends With Alibis” ahead of EP

Tallahassee, FL pop-punks The Coma Kids have released a lyric video for “Friends with Alibis”, a track from their upcoming EP “False Alarms”. The EP is released August 4th, with pre-orders up now.

You can watch the video – and see details of a release tour – below.

Casual Friday (Pop Punk) Releases Album For Free Download

Corona, CA pop punkers Casual Friday have released their new record “Weekend Forever” for free on their bandcamp.

The band’s sound is similar to Piebald, Rozwell Kid, or Prince Daddy & The Hyena. Dying Scene premiered the video for the record’s title track a few months ago.

They are playing Fest 16 this year and will be touring the U.S. around it this fall. You can check out the record below or order vinyl here.

Introducing Folky-Pop-Punk Act: Dumb Luck (free EP download)

If you dig your pop-punk with a good dose of folky vibes and dueling male/female vocals then I’ve got a new band for you to lend your earballs to. Oregon’s Dumb Luck just released a two song EP titled The Neighbors and you can stream both tracks below. What’s better, if you dig what you hear you can download the release for free.

The Neighbors was co-released via Secret Pennies Reocrds and Diet Pop Records on July 21st. You can purchase the 7-inch vinyl here.

Useless ID release music video for “How to Dismantle an Atom Bomb”

Israeli punk veterans Useless ID have released a music video for “How to Dismantle an Atom Bomb”, which appears on their latest album State is Burning. Check it out below.

Guitarist Ishay Berger had this to say about the song and video:

“The situation at home is sometimes so frustrating that it seems like a hotbed of conflict and anger for everyone involved. These things affect and change people’s lives, and we address these feelings in our song. We feel that the lyrics and the images of the video connect strongly.”

State is Burning was released in 2016 through Fat Wreck Chords. The band’s currently touring Europe and will be playing some Japanese shows immediately after that.

Four Year Strong releasing compilation of rare, unreleased and acoustic songs

Massachusetts pop-punks Four Year Strong have announced they will be releasing a compilation album on September 8th through Pure Noise. Some Of You Will Like This, Some Of You Won’t will feature “rarities, unheard originals, unplugged classics and reimagined favorites”.

Check out the acoustic version of “Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die” below, and head over to the band’s webstore to get your pre-orders in.

FYS last released their self-titled album in 2015. They’ll be touring the US in support of their sophomore album Rise or Die Trying‘s 10th anniversary later this year; those dates are below.

World War Me (Rock) release two music videos in anticipation of debut album

Brimming with early 2000’s pop punk-isms akin to My Chemical Romance, Alkaline Trio, and New Found Glory; Chicago natives World War Me are gearing up to release their debut album via SharpTone Records later this year.

In anticipation, the band has released videos for two new singles which you can watch below.

Four Lights and Squarecrow release split video

Seattle based punks Four Lights recently teamed up with San Diego’s own Squarecrow, to release a split EP. The 7″ came out July 1st via Bomb Pop Records.

To support this release, the bands decided to record a split video. You can check out the visuals accompanying Four Lights’ ‘Three Strikes is a Turkey’ and Squarecrow’s ‘I’ll Add a Laugh Track’ below.

The Bombpops perform “Watch Me Fold” live from The Rock Room

San-Diego stationed pop punks The Bombpops recently caught up with the good folks over at ‘Live From The Rock Room’ for a live session.

You can catch their performance of the song ‘Watch Me Fold’ below.

‘Watch Me Fold’ comes from the bands latest album, Fear of Missing Out, which was released on February 10th through Fat Wreck Chords.

All Found Bright Lights announce new mini-album, release music video for track “Beacon”

Nagoya, Japan based pop-punk act All Found Bright Lights have announced they will be releasing a new mini-album and have premiered a music video for a new track “Beacon.” You can watch it below.

The track is taken from the new album titled nautilus, which is set to release on August 2nd via Tonight Records in Japan. You can find the album art and tracklist below the video.

Seaway release music video for new track “Apartment”

Canadian pop-punks Seaway have premiered a music video for a new song titled “Apartment.” 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 have also revealed the album art and tracklist, which you can find below the video.