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The Lillingtons stream new track ‘Insect Nightmares’, announce new album ‘Stella Sapiente’

We’ve gone way too long without The Lillingtons. Reason enough for the band to spoil us a little bit. The guys just announced a brand new album called ‘Stella Sapiente’, out October 13th via Fat Wreck Chords. (Holy hell right?) Pre-order for that one can be found here.

As if that wasn’t enough, we’re also getting a brand new shredder called ‘Insect Nightmares‘. Have a listen below NOW.



Pet Symmetry release music video for “Stare Collection” featuring the band members dads

Chicago songsmiths Pet Symmetry have released a new music video for “Stare Collection” which you can watch below.

The track comes off their recently-released sophomore record “Vision”. Directed by Sean Kelly, the video creates an imagined future in which the band members reconvene 30 years from now to rock out again and think back to the good old days – the twist is that it stars each of their real-life dads as their future selves!

Pet Symmetry will be on tour throughout the US this fall, including a string of dates with Beach Slang. You can check out the tour dates below.



Lost In Stereo (pop-punk) stream new song “Tear Out The Pages”

Scottish pop punk band Lost In Stereo are streaming a teaser track from their debut album “Famous First Words”. The track is called “Tear Out The Pages” and you can listen to it here.

“Famous First Words” is due to be released on September 25th; you can pre-order your copy here.



Charlie Bit My Finger release music video for “Part Of The Plan”

Belgian pop punk act Charlie Bit My Finger have released a music video for their new track “Part Of The Plan”. Check it out below.

The song is a teaser track from their upcoming album “Third Times A Farm” which is due to be released on September 16th via Thousand Islands Records and Bearded Punk Records.



Green Day release music video for “Troubled Times”

Green Day have released a new politically charged music video for “Troubled Times”. The video includes clips from the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia as well as clips of Trump and North Korea. You can check it out below.

“Revolution Radio” was released October 7th, 2016 through Reprise Records. The album sees the band step back from the rock-operas in favor of a more stripped down approach to songwriting and performance.

The band is currently in the middle of a North American tour that will end on September 16th at the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles.



Stay Home Alone stream new track “Hair and Mind”

Stay Home Alone, an Osaka, Japan based pop-punk band, is streaming a new track titled “Hair and Mind.” You can listen to it below.

“Hair and Mind” is the second track from their upcoming single Everything’s Okay When You’re Down, which is set to be released on August 20. You can find the music video for the title track here.



Neck Deep release video for “In Bloom”

Neck Deep have released a video for “In Bloom”, another track from their fourthcoming album, “The Peace And The Panic”out  via Hopeless Records on August 18th (this Friday). The track follows last month’s video “Motion Sickness”.

Pre-orders for the album are up now; you can watch the video below.



No Use For A Name stream album of rare cover tunes


No Use For A Name fans, here comes the perfect soundtrack for your summer – a stream of the band’s album Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers. Check it out below! If you don’t rock out to “Turning Japanese”, I don’t understand you.

Few bands have the impact that No Use For A Name had. They developed a bouncy, melodic style of songwriting that resonated with millions of people across the world. NUFAN’s sound ranged from the early hardcore/thrash influenced punk rock of Incognito and Don’t Miss The Train to the melodic power-pop driven punk of Hard Rock Bottom.

NUFAN was truly a band that everyone could find something to love in their catalog, and a band I hold dear to my heart. I still love Tony’s unique voice, and the incredible energy of the band that made those songs feel alive.

The band’s storied career was ultimately cut short by the tragic passing of frontman and guitarist Tony Sly in 2012. NUFAN’s final record, The Feel Good Record of the Year was released in 2008 on Fat Wreck.



The Apology Tour announce debut LP, stream new single

The Apology Tour, fronted by Nick Diener of The Swellers, have announced their debut LP, “This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things,” to be released via Save Your Generation Records on September 15th. The band describes themselves as “Sludgy/Synthy.” I agree.

Their newest single, “Not That Far,” is streaming over at AP, so check it out while SoundCloud still exists. But wait, there’s more! If you act now, you can go to bandcamp and get two previously released tracks, yes, TWO previously released tracks for pay what you want! It’s insane! They’re practically giving these things away!

You can also stream those songs below.



Move You Still releases debut EP, “Revisit”

Alt-rock/pop punks Move You Still have released their debut EP, “Revisit.” The Massachusetts and Rhode Island band includes former members of Northernmost and Maker.

You can stream the EP below, and if you want to keep it, you can throw $5 in the general direction of bandcamp.



Four Year Strong debut “Nice To Know”

Massachusetts pop punk stars Four Year Strong,  have released a new song for the first time on two years! See what they had to say, and give “Nice To Know” a listen below.

The song will be on their upcoming project “Some Of You Will Like This, Some Won’t” which is coming out via Pure Noise, September 8th. The track list and upcoming tour dates can be found below as well.



Odd Robot and Gentlemen Prefer Blood announce West Coast Tour

SoCal punk/pop punk bands Odd Robot and Gentlemen Prefer Blood have announced an August West Coast Tour that kicks off on the 25th. Check out the tour dates below.

Odd Robot hits the road in support of their latest LP “A Late Night Panic” which was released via Wiretap Records earlier this year.

Gentlemen Prefer Blood are fresh off a new 7″ split they released with Black Dots that came out via La Escalera Records.



7 Years Bad Luck (pop-punk) stream new LP “Great, Big, Nothing”

Austria’s 7 Years Bad Luck are streaming their new LP “Great, Big, Nothing”. Give it a listen below.

The album was released today via Monster Zero Records and No Reason Records.

7 Years Bad Luck will be playing alongside Face to Face and Good Riddance tomorrow (August 10th) in Linz, Austria.



Music Video: SWANKY DANK – “Colors”

Tokyo, Japan based pop-punks SWANKY DANK have premiered a music video for their song “Colors.” You can watch it below.

The track is the lead single from their upcoming full length album Smokes, which is set to be released on September 27 in Japan.



The Shorts stream new album “Chickenshit”

Australian pop punks The Shorts have released a new album called Chickenshit.

You can give it a listen below.

Chickenshit was released today, August 8th, 2017.