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The Driers (power pop) stream new EP “See You In Never”

Tel Aviv, Israel power pop act The Driers are streaming their new EP See You In Never in its entirety.

Give it a listen below.

See You In Never was released on July 11th.

Sacred Sound (pop punk) stream new EP “Find Your Strength”

Texas pop punk act Sacred Sound are streaming their new EP Find Your Strength in it’s entirety.

Give it a listen below.

Find Your Strength was released on July 29th.

City Mouse (pop punk) doing west coast tour, debut music video for “Really Really”

California/Kentucky/Michigan pop punks City Mouse are heading back out on the road for a quick run of shows along the west coast. Check out the dates/locations below.

The band also just released a music video for their song “Really Really”. You can see that below as well. The song is off the band’s 2013 split with Weekend Dads. You can grab that from It’s Alive Records digitally here or on vinyl here.

Chicago Star (Pop-Punk) announce debut self-titled album, stream preview track “Taylor”

After announcing it a year ago, Isreali Pop-punk group Chicago Star are now on the verge of releasing their debut self-titled album. As a taste of things to come, they also released “Taylor”, one of the album’s eight tracks. The track is smooth, fast, and upbeat, and you can check it out below.

“Chicago Star” will be the bands first release, the only prior work from them was the free single, “Main Objective”, released back in February, 2014. The album will be released on August 4th, and can be pre-ordered now for $6.99 on Bandcamp.

The Front Bottoms announce new album “Back On Top,” and US tour dates; release music video for “Help”

New Jersey’s The Front Bottoms have just announced details for their upcoming album. “Back On Top” will be released September 18th 2015 via Fueled By Ramen Records. The band has also released a new music video for “Help” which can be viewed below.

In addition, The Front Bottoms will also be hitting the road this summer, so check out when the guys will be coming to your neck of the woods below.

Motion City Soundtrack streaming new song “Lose Control” off upcoming album “Panic Stations”

Motion City Soundtrack are streaming a new song called “Lose Control” off their upcoming album “Panic Stations.”

You can check out the song here.

“Panic Stations” is due out on September 18, 2015 through Epitaph Records and will serve as a follow-up to 2012′s studio album “Go.”

Caffiends streaming new song “Succubus” off upcoming album “No Gods, No Decaf”

Florida pop-punk act Caffiends are streaming a new song called Succubus off their their upcoming album “No Gods, No Decaf.”

You can check it out here.

“No Gods, No Decaf” is due out on August 21st through Anti-Authority Records. You can pre-order here.

Future Idiots release music video for new song “Better Than Everyone Else”

Swedish pop-punk act Future Idiots have released the music video for their new song “Better Than Everyone Else.”

You can watch the video below.

The song will appear on their upcoming album “Murphy’s Law,” which is due out later this year. You can pre-order the album here. The band released their “Stranglehold” single on September 23rd through Pacific Ridge Records.

The Shanghais premiere new EP titled “Sick of You”

Oakland-based female-fronted pop-punk act The Shanghais are now streaming their EP Sick of You and you can check it out below!

The EP was released on July 7th through Surfin’ Ki Records.

Direct Hit! finish recording new album

According to a recent post on their Facebook page, Milwaukee pop-punk act Direct Hit! have finished recording the new full-length album they began working on back in May. Here’s what they had to say about the follow-up to 2013′s Brainless God:


Prior to the new record’s currently undetermined release date, the band will be putting out a compilation of newly re-recorded, remixed, and remastered singles titled More of the Same (Satanic Singles: 2010-2014) on August 21st via Red Scare Industries.

FREE Music: Undefeated (pop-punk) release “Stole the Show”

Nashville pop-punk band Undefeated have a catchy new tune out called “Stole the Show.”  You can name your price for the download here.

“Stole the Show” will be on the band’s debut self-titled EP.  According to Undefeated’s Facebook page, the album was due out on July 22nd, but this song is the only one that shows up so far.  Stay tuned for more from these guys!

Spitalfield’s Mark Rose signs to InVogue Records for debut solo album

Mark Rose, vocalist of Chicago punk rock band Spitalfield, has signed to inVogue Records for the release of his solo album, The Wild Type.  The new material will be out on September 25th, but you can check out the video for his new song “Well & Diet” below.

When asked to describe the album, Rose said:

“When envisioning ‘The Wild Type,’ I wanted to do something cinematic and beat driven–but to have those elements really built around the storytelling and songs themselves. My stride on this album is a bit dark and haunting, but hopefully in an alluring way. I’m very excited about this record.”

Rose will be touring this fall in support of his new album, with dates to be released soon.  We’ll keep you posted.

The Wonder Years debut video for “Cigarettes and Saints”

Philadelphia pop-punks The Wonder Years have a new video out for the track “Cigarettes & Saints,” and you can watch it below.  The song will be released on the band’s upcoming album, No Closer to Heaven, which will be out on September 4th via Hopeless Records.

The Wonder Years are heading from California to the East Coast for a string of acoustic shows and signings at record stores this August.  You can find all the dates and places here.

Live: No Use for a Name at D-Tox Rockfest – Soulmate (last show with Tony Sly)

Raw Cut Media have uploaded a live video of No Use for a Name playing their song “Soulmate” at D-Tox Rockfest in Quebec back in 2012. This was Tony Sly’s final show with the band.

You can take a look at the video below.

(Kinda) New Music: Direct Hit! – “Brain Surgery”


Wisconsin pop punks Direct Hit!, as you should know by now, have what they’re calling a “fake new album,” entitled “More Of The Same (Satanic Singles: 2010-2014),” coming out later this summer.

The first “new” track from that release is called “Brain Surgery,” and you can check it out below.

The tracks (from various 7-inch releases, featuring multiple different lineups) are all rerecorded, remixed, and remastered with the band’s current lineup. More Of The Same is due out August 21st via Red Scare Industries. Pre-order yours right here.


Direct Hit! latest full-length release was September 2013′s Brainless God, also on Red Scare.