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Belmont releases video for “Step Aside”

Chicago pop punkers Belmont just dropped a new video for their song, “Step Aside” on their upcoming Water Weight/Step Aside 7″ due out  Mutant League Records.

Belmont will be touring with Capstan next month, and you can find the dates (and the new video) below.



Vacant Home (melodic hardcore) release new video for “Heirloom”

Australian hardcore act Vacant Home have released a brand new video for their song “Heirloom.” You can view that video below.

“Heirloom” is featured on the bands upcoming debut EP “Reflect, Respond” which will be released though Mutant League Records on June 16th.



Belmont (pop punk, Chicago) stream single “Water Weight”

Chicago pop punkers Belmont are allowing fans to stream their latest single “Water Weight”. The release coincides with a short tour the band are embarking on with Hot Mulligan.

You can find the single, and the tour dates below.



Belmont release new EP “Between You & Me”

Chicago based, up-and-coming pop-punks Belmont released their new EP “Between You & Me” today via Mutant League Records.

In the vane of Knuckle Puck and The Wonder Years, Belmont’s pogo inducing sound will surely make a splash in the genre.

“Between You & Me” can be heard through most major music streaming platforms, including the band’s Bandcamp page.



Seaway have van robbed in San Francisco

Last night at a tour stop in San Francisco, Canadian pop-punk act Seaway had their van broken into. The perpetrators took everything from guitars to personal belongings as well as one member’s passport. If you want to help out the group, they’ve opened a PayPal account for direct donations.

The following is the message from the band:

Last night our van was broken into outside of Slim’s in San Francisco. 2 acoustic guitars, our clothes, personal belongings and 1 passport were stolen. We don’t usually ask for help but this is the second time we’ve been robbed this year and our trailer had broken down the day before which set us back quite a bit. If you would like to help us out feel free to PayPal us any amount of money at seawayband@gmail.com or pick up our new EP on iTunes: geni.us/10cr

Please share this around. Thanks for your support.

– Adam, Andrew, Patrick, Ken, Ryan, Zach

Seaway released their upcoming EP All In My Head on November 4th via Pure Noise Entertainment. This is the group’s debut on Pure Noise, onto which they signed in July.

The group currently is on tour with Four Year StrongTransit, and Such Gold. Upcoming gigs are listed below.



Seaway stream upcoming EP “All In My Head”

Canadian pop-punk act Seaway have just released their upcoming EP All In My Head for streaming in full and you can give it a listen here. It will be released officially tomorrow, November 4th, via Pure Noise Entertainment.

This is the group’s debut on Pure Noise, onto which they signed in July.

All In My Head serves as a follow-up to their album Hoser, launched in October 2013 via Mutant League Records.

The group currently is on tour with Four Year Strong, Transit, and Such Gold, so if you like what you hear, you can check out the dates and locations of their upcoming gigs below.



Music Video: Seaway – “Slowing Down”

Canadian pop-punk act Seaway have released the music video for their song “Slowing Down.”

You can watch it below.

Seaway released Hoser on October 15 via Mutant League Records.



Seaway robbed on tour in St. Louis

According to recent posts on their Facebook page (one of which is pretty god damn hilarious), Canadian pop-punk band Seaway had their van broken into while on tour in St. Louis, Missouri.

All of their possessions, including laptops, clothes, passports, and even printed tickets to tonight’s Toronto Maple Leafs game were stolen. Luckily, they were able to reprint the tickets!

If you wanna help these guys get back on their feet, head over to their Bandcamp and pick up one of the many releases they have available for purchase. You can also buy T-shirts and physical copies of their new full-length “Hoser” right here.

Going out to a show on their current tour is also an option. Details on when and where they’ll be playing in the coming days can be found below.



Seaway stream new album “Hoser” in its entirety

Today marks the release of Canadian pop-punk act Seaway‘s new album, “Hoser”, through Mutant League Records.

To honor this momentous occasion the band has made the entire new album available to stream.

Check it out here.



Music Video: Seaway – “Shy Guy” off upcoming album “Hoser”

Canadian pop-punk act Seaway have just released a new music video for their song, “Shy Guy”.

The track appears on the band’s upcoming album, “Hoser”, which is set to be released on October 15th through Mutant League Records.

Watch the “Shy Guy” music video here.

According to urbandictionary.com, a ‘hoser’ is a, “Canadian hockey derogatory term that is similar to the American “idiot” or “loser”. It is derived from the pre-zamboni days, where the losing team would have to hose down the ice after the game.”



Seaway streams “Too Fast For Love” off upcoming album

Canadian pop-punk act Seaway are streaming “Too Fast For Love” off their upcoming album “Hoser”.

You can give it a listen here.

Seaway will release Hoser on October 15 via Mutant League Records.



Seaway detail upcoming album “Hoser”

Seaway has announced that the title of their debut full-length album will be Hoser. Check out the artwork above, and tracklist right here.

Seaway will release Hoser on October 15 via Mutant League Records.



Video: Seaway – “Homewrecker”

Canadian pop-punk act Seaway have released a music video for their song “Homewrecker”. The song comes from the band’s recently released split with fellow Canadian pop punks Safe to Say.

You can watch the video right here.

Seaway and Safe to Say released their split via Mutant League Records.



Seaway post cover of From First to Last’s “Emily”

Canadian pop-punk act Seaway have released a cover of “Emily”, originally performed by From First to Last. In case you may have forgotten, From First to Last is probably best known as the start-off point of popular dubstep artist Skrillex.

You can listen to the cover right here.

Seaway just released a split EP with fellow Canadian pop punks Safe to Say. The split was released by Mutant League Records.



Seaway and Safe To Say to release split; streaming new song

A pair of Canadian bands, pop-punk act Seaway and melodic punk rockers Safe To Say, will release a split on October 23 via Mutant League Records. The split will contain three songs from each group. The first song released from the split, Seaway’s “Middle Finger,” is streaming here.

For Seaway, this split comes in anticipation of a new full-length record in 2013 as the band continues to spread its music across North America. A new song from Safe To Say will be coming in the weeks leading up to the release.

Side A: Seaway
1. Homewrecker
2. Middle Finger
3. Lifted

Side B: Safe To Say
4. Wished You the Worst
5. Entirely
6. Dead Birds