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Dead Leaves (indie-punk) stream “Bloodshot”, off upcoming album “Vultures”, announce tour dates

Westfield indie-punks Dead Leaves are set to release their brand new album “Vultures” on August 25 via Take This To Heart Records. Check out “Bloodshot”, the album’s first single, below along with the band’s upcoming US tour dates.

“Vultures” is the band’s first release since 2015’s self-titled EP.



Swordfish (emo) stream new album ‘Rodia’

Michigan emo outfit Swordfish is one of those discoveries you hope to make every day. The band is streaming its fantastic new album ‘Rodia’ in full and we can’t urge you enough to go and have a listen. Swordfish managed to create a American Football dripping beauty of full length and it’s definitely up there with my personal favourite records of the year so far.

‘Rodia’ will be released May 5th via Take This To Heart Records and was recorded by Nick Diener (Swellers) at Oneder Studios and mastered by Cam Boucher (Sorority Noise).  You can listen to it in full over here now.



The Other Stars stream final album ‘The Day We Met’

Worcester, MA indie punks The Other Stars are streaming their final album. ‘The Day We Met’ will be out on the 28th of April via Take This To Heart Records but you can already stream it here.

The band released a statement issuing their break up earlier this month. 



Swordfish stream new single “Ghost Song”

Michigan pop-punk outfit Swordfish are streaming their newest single “Ghost Song,” and you can listen to it here.

“Ghost Song” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album Rodia, which will be released May 5th on CD/CS/Digtial via Take This To Heart Records. Pre-order it here.

 



The Other Stars announce last album, stream new song ‘Future Distant History’

Worcester, MA indie punks The Other Stars have announced the release date for their last album. ‘The Day We Met’ will be out on the 28th of April via Take This To Heart Records.

Accompanied by the news, the bands also premiered their brand new single ‘Future Distant History’ which you can stream here. The Other Stars issued the following statement on the break up via the band’s facebook page:

I’m sorry to say that we are no longer going to be a band. It was a really tough decision to make, but I think it’s what’s best for all of us. It stopped being fun or enjoyable, and when those are the reasons that you’re writing and playing music, it loses its purpose. It was a mutual agreement between everyone and there are no hard feelings and life will surely go on.

A large part of no longer being able to continue in the band, for me, is due to mental health issues that I’ve been struggling with for a long time, which I’ve dealt with in all the wrong ways. Recently I decided that I’d like to help others like me, so I’ve started a non-profit organization to help people struggling with mental health disorders called the Organization for the Pursuit of Happiness. I would really appreciate if everyone could follow the page and tell others about it. Also if anyone would like to help / get involved it would be welcome and appreciated.

www.forthepursuit.org

Joe Urban and the label are being kind enough to donate 10% of the album sales to the organization.



Swordfish stream new single “Wash” from their debut LP “Rodia” (FFO: Sorority Noise, Joyce Manor)

Michigan pop-punk outfit Swordfish have just debuted “Wash”, the first single from their upcoming debut album “Rodia”, and if this song is any indication of what the rest of the release is going to sound like then I think we might be looking at a contender for one of 2017’s best up and comers. An impressive mix of a great slow-build intro, well balanced brass infusion, and fist pumping yells. Listen to the tune below.

Rodia will be released May 5th on CD/CS/Digtial via Take This To Heart Records. Pre-order it here.



Music Video: Fossil Youth – “Minco”

Oklahoma pop-punk band Fossil Youth have released a new video for their song “Minco.”

You can check it out below.

“Minco” comes from the bands’ latest release, A Glimpse Of Self Joy, which came out on November 4th via Take This To Heart Records.



Save Face & Mom Jeans tour dates

Save Face and Mom Jeans have an extensive tour coming up through March into April. Full dates are below.

Save Face recently released new album “Folly” via Take This To Heart Records, with Mom Jeans having released “Best Buds” last summer.



Super American (pop-punk) premiere music video for song “Sloppy Jazz”

Buffalo pop-punk band Super American have premiered a music video for their song “Sloppy Jazz.” The song is the first one on their upcoming album, Disposable. The old fashioned clip is oddly nostalgic and the music just makes you feel good all around. If you want to feel good you can check the music video out along with a stream of the song below.

Disposable is scheduled for release on April 7th through Take This To Heart Records.



Western Daughter releases new song, “Exhibition on Main St.”

Idaho indie-punks Western Daughter recently announced their signing to Massachusetts-based Take This To Heart Records, and now they have a few more announcements that will be good news for their fans.  

The band has announced that they will release their new album, Driftwood Songs, on March 24th.  In the meantime, you can check out a brand-new song called “Exhibition on Main St.,” here.  Pre-orders for the new release are available through Take This to Heart’s online store.



Music Video: The Other Stars – “You Looked Better At The Party”

Worcester pop-punk band The Other Stars has just premiered a new music video for their song, “You Looked Better At The Party”, and you can have a watch below.

The track appears on the band’s latest album, “We Were Kids”, which was released this past April through Take This To Heart Records/Near Mint.



Fossil Youth announce tour with Everyone Leaves and more

Oklahoma pop-punk band Fossil Youth have announced a tour with Everyone Leaves.  Additionally Caving will join them for half the tour, while PINE joins them for the other half.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Fossil Youth last released A Glimpse Of Self Joy on November 4th via Take This To Heart Records.



Fossil Youth stream new album “A Glimpse Of Self Joy”

Oklahoma pop-punk band Fossil Youth are streaming their upcoming new album A Glimpse Of Self Joy.

You can give it a listen here.

A Glimpse Of Self Joy is set to release on November 4th through Take This To Heart Records.



Fossil Youth release music video for new song “Late Night Swim”

Oklahoma pop-punk band Fossil Youth have released a music video for a new song titled “Late Night Swim.” You can check the video out below.

This track is taken from the band’s debut album A Glimpse Of Self Joy, which is set to release on November 4th through Take This To Heart Records.



Fossil Youth stream new song “Forest Eyes” off upcoming LP “A Glimpse Of Self Joy”

Oklahoma pop-punk/emo group Fossil Youth are streaming a brand new song off of their upcoming LP, A Glimpse Of Self Joy. The song is called “Forest Eyes” and it is the 3rd single that the band has released off of the album. Still as emotionally charged as ever and with all of the catchy hooks. You can listen to it here.

A Glimpse Of Self Joy is scheduled for release on November 4th, 2016 through Take This To Heart Records and will serve as a follow-up to their 2015 EP, Intertwined With You.