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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. 

 



Fossil Youth Announce Upcomming LP, stream new track

Oklahoma pop-punk band Fossil Youth have just announced that their new LP, “A Glimpse Of Self Joy” is set to be released on November 4th via Take This To Heart Records. This announcement is accompanied with a stream of their new track “Watercolor Daydream”, a moody, energetic song exploring ideas of change and self improvement, which you can check out here.



New Music: Nerve Clinic – “Fancy Me”

Salt Lake City pop punk act Nerve Clinic are streaming a new song called “Fancy Me”, which you can listen to here.

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album “Fail Better”, available digitally July 29th on Take This To Heart Records.



Save Face stream three songs off new EP “Folly”

New Jersey’s Save Face are streaming three songs of their upcoming EP Folly.

You can listen to “Preoccupied,” “Ditched,” and “Brain” below.

Folly will be released July 8th on Take This To Heart Records.



Save Face sign to Take This To Heart Records, release music video for “Ditched”

New Jersey emo band Save Face just announced they’ve signed on to Take This To Heart Records. To go with the announcement, the band also announced details of their new EP, Folly. In case that wasn’t enough for you, there’s more. They also released a new music video for a song off said EP. Check out “Ditched” below.

Folly is due out July 8th on vinyl, CD, and digital download. You can hear two more songs from the EP below the video, check out the artwork to the left, the full tracklisting below the music, and pre-order your copy right here.

 



The Other Stars stream new album “We Were Kids”

Worcester pop-punk band The Other Stars are now streaming their new album We Were Kids in full over on SoundCloud. Guitar and vocalist Connor Bird had the following to say about this release:

We Were Kids was mostly written over the course of 2013-14. It was a really strange period of my life, especially looking back on it. We had all been out of high school for a while and now people were finishing college, but everyone was still partying really hard and being reckless and it started to feel like it wasn’t something we should be doing anymore. I saw some people do some pretty shitty things. I wasted a lot of time on people that I shouldn’t have and I regret that. I also had some really awesome times then, though, and there are definitely moments that show that in the album. It’s just disillusioning when you’re getting older and start to realize that no day is going to come where you wake up and you’re magically an adult and fully in control because you never really are and that’s just something we all have to accept.”

You can listen to the album below.

We Were Kids is officially released tomorrow, April 29th, through Take This To Heart Records/Near Mint.



No Tide announce Eastern US tour dates, plan new EP

Busy news day for Nebraska pop punks No Tide, but I’ll try to encapsulate it all in one freakishly run-on sentence; the three-piece have announced a handful of US tour dates that’ll take them to and from the nation’s heartland toward the northeast, where they’re planning to work on a brand new EP. The tour kicks off in Davenport, Iowa, and runs through May 9th in St. Louis, but finds the band stopping in Massachusetts to record a new EP with the lovely and talented Jay Maas. Check out the full tour rundown below, and stay tuned for EP release information in the coming months.

No Tide’s debut album, Death of the Sun,” came out in June of last year through Take This To Heart Records, and was also produced by the aforementioned lovely and talented Maas.