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Bobby Barnett, the co-guitarist / co-vocalist of Pennsylvania punk act Captain, We’re Sinking recently released a solo album over on his Bandcamp page. The album is titled Little Wounds and features brand new songs in a mostly stripped down, acoustic fashion. You can listen to a stream of the album below, or buy it digitally for $5 USD right here.

Barnett released Little Wounds on August 18, 2014. There are currently no announced plans for a physical release.

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Hostage Calm release new song “A Thousand Miles Away From Here”

Posted by lizakateisgreat on Monday, August 18, 2014 at 9:58 AM (PST)

Connecticut punks Hostage Calm have released a new song, called “A Thousand Miles Away From Here.” It will appear on their new album Die on Stage. Check it out below.

The new record is set to be released on September 16th through Run For Cover Records. The band’s last release was a 7″ split with Anti-Flag that came out back in February.

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Citizen stream new single “Silo”

Posted by JerryLowLife on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 10:25 AM (PST)

Yesterday we told you that Michigan indie rock/punk band Citizen will being releasing a 7″ entitled Silo.  That will be limited to 500 copies and will only be available on their upcoming tour.

If they are not coming to a city near you, you can still hear the single as the band is currently streaming it.  You can give that a listen below, and head over here to check out the tour dates.

Citizen released their debut full length Youth last June through Run For Cover Records.

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Citizen announce “Silo” 7-inch

Posted by Kaylee McNeil on Monday, August 11, 2014 at 3:14 PM (PST)

Michigan indie rock/punk band Citizen have just announced that they will being releasing a 7″ entitled Silo. What’s the catch? The group is only releasing 500 copies, all of which can be purchased only on their tour. You can check out the dates and locations for their upcoming tour below and try to snag a copy!

Citizen released their debut full length Youth last June through Run For Cover Records.

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Hostage Calm release making of video for “Die on Stage”

Posted by lizakateisgreat on Monday, August 11, 2014 at 10:39 AM (PST)

Connecticut punks Hostage Calm just released a short video about the making of their newest album, Die on Stage. Check it out below.

The new record is set to be released on September 16th through Run For Cover Records. The band’s last release was a 7″ split with Anti-Flag that came out back in February.

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Indie singer-songwriter Koji has announced a headlining acoustic tour this fall with support from Allison Weiss, Chris Farren (of Fake Problems) and Lee Corey Oswald joining him on various dates.

You can check out the dates below.

Koji released his debut full length album, Crooked In My Mind on April 30, 2013 via Run For Cover Records. Allison Weiss will be supporting her new EP, Remember When, released on July 22, 2014 via No Sleep Records. Lee Corey Oswald  released their debut album, Regards, on August 5, 2014, also on No Sleep.

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Music Video: Fireworks – “Bed Sores”

Posted by ChrisDude on Monday, August 4, 2014 at 6:59 PM (PST)

Metro-Detroit rock band Fireworks have premiered a music video for their song ”Bed Sores”. You can watch it below.

“Bed Sores” appears on Fireworks’ latest album Oh, Common Life, released last March via Triple Crown Records.

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Michigan indie rock/punk band Citizen have announced You Blew It!, Hostage Calm, Praise, and True Love as support for their first ever North American headlining tour.

Check out the dates below.

Citizen released their debut full length Youth last June through Run For Cover Records.

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Full EP Stream: Basement – “Further Sky”

Posted by Screeching Bottlerocket on Friday, July 25, 2014 at 6:11 PM (PST)

Recently reunited emo group Basement are streaming their new EP Further Sky in its entirety. You can listen to the whole thing below.

Further Sky is set to be released on July 29th through Run for Cover Records.

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Connecticut punks Hostage Calm has just released a new music video for their song “Your Head / Your Heart”, which appears on the band’s upcoming album “Die On Stage”, set to be released on September 16th through Run For Cover Records.

Check out the music video for “Your Head / Your Heart” below.

The band’s last release was a 7″ split with Anti-Flag that came out back in February through Run For Cover Records.

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Modern Baseball, I Am The Avalanche announce summer tour dates

Posted by Justin Russell on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 at 1:42 PM (PST)


Philly punkers Modern Baseball will be touring this fall with contemporaries I Am the Avalanche and fellow Philadelphia band Beach Slang. You can check out the dates below.

Modern Baseball’s latest album You’re Gonna Miss It All was released on February 11th through Run for Cover Records. I Am The Avalanche’s Wolverines came out in March I Surrender Records.

If you haven’t already Beach Slang, you can listen to their debut release Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken here

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Scranton-based pop punkers Tigers Jaw are currently on tour to support their new record, Charmer. The band’s stop in Philadelphia was their official record release show and you can check out the full set below.

The album was released via Run For Cover Records and you can pick it up right here. You can check out the remaining dates of the tour here.

Their last release was a 4-way split with Code Orange KidsSelf Defense Family, and The World Is A Beautiful Place… and a 7-inch entitled Hum.

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Album Review: Tigers Jaw – “Charmer”

Posted by writeofpassage on Friday, June 20, 2014 at 7:58 AM (PST)

Tigers Jaw will keep doing what they do. No matter who’s in their line-up. It’ll be authentic, raw, poppy punk with earnest soul and heartfelt emotion – all meted out via catchy, anthemic beats and melodic tunes to foot-tap and head-bob to. The sway of Charmer reaffirms this in the truest sense. It’s a record in which they don’t reinvent the wheel but instead opt to stick to their basics while churning out their strengths with endearing purpose. It feels free and with less restriction, Tigers Jaw blooms.

Songs like “Cool” and “Hum” feel breezy yet very indie. A lot of this album feels like some tracks were sped up to fit some sort of novel which they wanted Charmer to be. It’s laid-back and these tracks signify why this pattern is kept – Tigers Jaw wanted to keep their original sound but more tapered and melodramatic, which will stay the course of their discography, despite the number of bands in their circle varying their respective sounds. Tigers Jaw stick to slower tempos more here but at day’s end, it’s a reassured and nifty vibe that enhances the listen.

It’s overall a calmer and minimal sound – toned with simple yet palpable instrumentation. “Nervous Kids” adds that garage/demo feel for good measure as well to show while there’s room for a little flair, there’s no need to skip the dirty sound that made them what they are. At times, the emo vibe does overwhelm, but it’s neat to see homages to R.E.M. and a few 80′s era bands a la “I Envy Your Apathy”. However, in assessing the record as a whole, it boils down to a tale of two halves with the first half of the record much stronger than the second. The latter feels a bit spread-too-thin and somewhat anticlimactic. It doesn’t have the non-linear energy of the earlier portions and loses steam a bit, but not enough to detract that much. Sure, it wanes but there’s still a lot of positive to take.

Overall, Charmer is a highly recommended listen because it’s a good gauge of how far they’ve come and how much they’ve matured. Tigers Jaw has evolved for the better and I think it’s down to the non-complexity of their sound which allows the canvas for this growth – lyrically and musically.

4 / 5 Stars

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Last night during Tigers Jaw‘s headlining performance in NYC, a fan jumped on stage and attempted to kiss band member Brianna Collins. This event came after a fan did the exact same thing during the opener’s (Pity Sex) set. Now Collins has released a statement regarding these events. It’s incredibly disturbing that someone could have this sense of entitlement to begin with, and Collins shouldn’t even have to make a statement, but since the human race is full of disappointments it is worth repeating: do not touch someone without their consent. Here’s her full statement:

Last night at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, someone came on stage and very forcibly tried to kiss me, and actually did kiss Britty [Drake, of Pity Sex] while she was playing. Another person from the tour was kissed while taking a photo… This tour is the first time something like this has happened to me, and I definitely feel responsible to say something.

IT IS NEVER OKAY TO TOUCH SOMEONE WITHOUT THEIR CONSENT. Ever. I felt so upset and violated, as did the others who this happened to.. Touching someone without their consent is not only upsetting for that person, but is also a crime. We all need to respect each other’s space — whether it’s someone in the band or someone crowd surfing. I just want to play music with my friends and I shouldn’t have to be worried whether or not every person stage diving is going to do something like that. I don’t want it to come down to having to say that there’s no stage diving allowed at our shows, but if stuff like this keeps happening and I feel unsafe and uncomfortable when we play, I don’t know any other solution.

So please – DO NOT EVER touch/kiss/grab someone that has not given you consent to do so. You are not entitled to that no matter what the situation is. Be a decent human being and keep your hands to yourself.

- Brianna

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Citizen announces fall North American headlining tour

Posted by vivalalexy on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at 2:10 PM (PST)

Michigan indie rock/punk band Citizen has announced a fall North American headlining tour and you can check out the list of dates and locations for that below.

Citizen’s last released their debut full length Youth on June 11, 2013 through Run For Cover Records.

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