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Hot Mulligan (emo) to re-release “Opportunities” via No Sleep Records, stream new bonus track

No Sleep Records has announced the latest addition to their ever-growing family – the Michigan-based pop punk outfit Hot Mulligan. The label plans to digitally re-release Hot Mulligan’s debut EP Opportunities with the addition of one extra bonus track; an acoustic jam titled “Deluxe Capacitor.”

“When we decided to add another song to the EP, we knew we didn’t want to pull out some b-rate version of one of the other songs, and this is the result,” said Chris Freeman of Hot Mulligan. “This song is about getting better, but realizing you’ve still got progress to make.”

With No Sleep’s digital re-release of Opportunities, Hot Mulligan plans to record their debut LP this summer.

Stream Opportunities, along with the new bonus track, and check out the dates and locations of the band’s upcoming tour below.

Opportunities was originally released via Save Your Generation Records on December 16th, 2016.



Balance and Composure announce Record Store Day 7″

Balance and Composure have announced that they are to release a 7″ to mark this year’s Record Store Day. In a Facebook post, the band said detailed the 22nd April release of “Slowheart”, featuring unreleased tracks from the “Light We Made” sessions.

The release will be limited to 1000 copies. See the Record Store Day website for local stores.



Spill & Alcoa announce US tour w/ Jake Clarke & Spur

Lancaster rockers SPILL and Defeater frontman Derek Archaumbault’s side project Alcoa have announced a Spring tour in the US beginning on May 19. You can find tour dates, locations, and lineup information below.

The bands will be bringing along Jake Clarke, former guitarist and vocalist for Superheaven, and Spur, a dream punk band from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, who will be supporting on different dates. Alcoa and Spill will also be playing BLED FEST on May 27.



Daisyhead announce new album “In Case You Missed It,” premiere video for new track “Don’t Feel Bad”

Nashville emo group Daisyhead have announced they will be releasing a new album, titled “In Case You Missed It,” on April 28 via No Sleep Records.

Along with this announcement, Daisyhead has released a video for a new track from the upcoming album, titled “Don’t Feel Bad.” You can find the video here. They have also announced the first leg of their release tour, starting on April 13 in Orlando, Florida with Northbound and Tigerwine in support. You can find tour dates and locations below.



WSTR stream new album “Red, Green or Inbetween”

UK pop-punk band WSTR are streaming their debut album in full over on YouTube. The 11-track record is scheduled for official release on January 20th through No Sleep Records. You can listen to the full thing below.



WSTR stream new track “Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing)”

UK pop-punk band WSTR is streaming their brand-new track “Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing),” and you can check it out below.

The song will appear on the band’s debut album, Red, Green or In Between, which is due out on January 20th via No Sleep Records. The band will be touring around the UK soon, and you can find dates for these shows beneath the video.



WSTR (pop-punk) releases video for new single “Featherweight”

UK pop-punk band WSTR is streaming their brand-new single, “Featherweight,” and you can check it out below.  The song will appear on the band’s debut album, Red, Green or In Between, which is due out on January 20th via No Sleep Records.

WSTR frontman Sammy Clifford describes “Featherweight” this way:

“This is the most WSTR song we have ever written. It shows that we’re grade-A real-life losers and I really hope lots of people will admit to being able to relate to it.”

WSTR finished up touring the U.K. in October and November with Aussie emo band Milestones, and they will hit the road in their home country again starting in January.



SPILL sign to No Sleep Records, debut full-length pre-order

Lancaster rockers SPILL recently signed a deal with the No Sleep Records crew and have since announced their debut album, Top Ten, which is currently up for pre-order on the No Sleep website.

The band also released the first track off of the upcoming record, it is called “Can’t Keep Cool” and you can give it a listen below.

Top Ten is officially scheduled for release on December 16th, we will keep you updated with the details on this amazing record.



WSTR (pop punk) stream acoustic version of “Footprints” (free download)

UK pop-punk band WSTR is streaming an acoustic version of their new single ‘Footprints’ and you can check it out below. If you like the song you can download it for free on band camp.

The track comes off the band’s debut full-length album, Red, Green Or Inbetween, which is due out January 20, 2017 via No Sleep Records. You can pre-order a copy right here.

WSTR are currently on the road for a string of UK tour dates with Milestones. Check out those dates/locations here.



WSTR (pop punk) release music video for “Footprints”

UK pop-punk band WSTR now have a new music video out for their song “Footprints.” You can watch said video below.

The track comes off the band’s debut full-length album, Red, Green Or Inbetween, which is due out January 20, 2017 via No Sleep Records. You can pre-order a copy right here.

WSTR are hitting the road next week for a string of UK tour dates with Milestones. Check out those dates/locations here.



WSTR (UK, pop-punk) release video, tour dates and album release date

Liverpool based pop-punkers, WSTR, have released a music video for ‘Lonely Smiles’. The song is the first taste of what is to come of their debut record ‘Red, Green or Inbetween’, due for release on January 20th, 2017. Along with the video and album announcement, the band are also hitting the road with Milestones this autumn.

You can enjoy the video and take a look at the UK tour dates below.



Ceres (Melodic-Punk) To Release New Album “Drag It Down On You” Through No Sleep Records

Australian melodic pop-punk outfit Ceres are set to release their new album Drag It Down On You digitally through US label No Sleep Records on September 2nd, as well as physically through Cooking Vinyl Australia.

Chris Hansen, founder of No Sleep Records, commented on the signing of Ceres: “We are beyond excited to bring the Ceres guys into the No Sleep family. Ever since hearing I Don’t Want To Be Anywhere But Here I have been a huge fan of the guys and to have them be a part of No Sleep now is amazing. We can’t wait to help these guys take over.”

Tom Bromley will be producing the new album, with Aaron Dobbs performing mixing and engineering duties and Alan Douches of West West Side Music mastering the release.

In addition to the release announcement, Ceres have announced a release tour across Australia. Check out the dates below.



Broadway Calls do acoustic Punks In Vegas session; embark on with Success

Broadway Calls‘ Ty Vaughn recently did session with Punks in Vegas, playing stripped down versions of “I Believe In UFOs” and “Open Letter.” In addition, they are going on tour with Seattle’s Success. You can check out the videos and dates below.

Broadway Calls last released “Comfort/Distraction” in 2013, while Success last released “Life On The Rocks” EP in 2014.



Music Video: Departures – “1994”

UK post-hardcore act Departures have premiered a music video for their new song “1994”, and you can check it out below.

“1994” is taken from Departures’ upcoming second album Death Touches Us, From the Moment We Begin to Love, which is due for release on July 29th via No Sleep Records.



Album Review: Departures (UK) – “Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love”

For the longest time I didn’t know exactly what Post-Hardcore meant. Then I discovered bands that created music with heavy vocals and powerful instrumentation; it was some odd mix of spoken word poetry with music that I didn’t know existed, and it captivated me. This same sort of magic is strong in the new Departures album Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love. What is to be expected is not really a ride, but an experience, for this work takes its time in its message, and makes it sink into the listener’s core.

To see the entire review, click below.