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The Run Up stream new single (music video) “The Upside of Being Down”, announce new LP

Bristol, UK punks The Run Up are now streaming a new track, “The Upside of Being Down” which comes off of their upcoming LP, “Good Friends, Bad Luck.”

“Good Friends, Bad Luck” is expected to hit the streets on September 28th of this year with a special edition vinyl to celebrate the release. The new LP will be released on Real Ghost Records and Uncle M.

Check out the video below!



Antillectual (skate punk) release new video for “Heads You Win, Tails We Lose”

Dutch skate punk band Antillectual have released a video for their new single “Heads You Win, Tails We Lose” released on June 6 via Uncle M Music. The video was filmed by Tijs van Leur and Ruben Smulders. Watch it below.

The band’s previous release was the 2016 LP Engage.



Myelin (Ex-Apologies, I Have None) stream new single ‘Horror’

London (UK) based sad ensemble Myelin is streaming a brand new single. ‘Horror’ is the second track taken from the band’s debut ep “Reservoirs”, out August 4th via German quality label Uncle M (The Smith Street Band, Anti-Flag, Boysetsfire).

You can check out ‘Horror’ right here.



New Sea Shepherd benefit compilation released

A new, five track benefit compilation has been released by Uncle M Music in Germany, in aid of Sea Shepherd. The compilation features The Flatliners, Apologies I Have None and others performing covers of some of their favorite tracks. Full details of the compilation below. A limited white vinyl pressing with screenprinted B-side is also up for order now.



Apologies, I Have None stream new album “Pharmacie”

UK punk act Apologies, I Have None are streaming their upcoming album Pharmacie in its entirety.

You can give it a listen here.

Pharmacie is set to be released on August 26th, 2016 via Uncle M Music.



Apologies, I Have None release new music video “Love and Medication”

UK punk act Apologies, I Have None have just released a brand new music video for their track “Love and Medication”. The video is slow, sombre, and beautifully shot, exploring the struggles of a single mother. Check it out below.

The track will also be a part of the band’s upcomming LP “Pharmacie” which is set for a release via Uncle M Music in August.