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Face Value stream new song “EFF Sharp”

Baltimore pop punkers Face Value are streaming their brand new song “EFF Sharp”, which you can check out below. It’s taken from their upcoming EP Thick as Thieves, which is due for release on June 3rd and you can pre-order it on their Bandcamp page.

Face Value last released Spent/Forevermore, the acoustic split with emo songwriter Chris Swartz, in December of last year.

Better Things release new video for “Stick That In Your Juicebox And Sip It”

Vermont pop-punk outfit Better Things have released a new video for their song “Stick That In Your Juicebox and Sip It.” The video is made entirely with Legos, is shot on a cell phone camera and is a super fun watch. Check it out for yourself below.

Better Things’ last release was “25 Miles Per Hour Blues” which was the first single off their upcoming album “Getting Worse.”

Statues On Fire Streaming new song – “No Tomorrow”

Brazilian skate punks Statues On Fire are now streaming their new song “No Tomorrow,” and you can hear it below.

The song comes from the band’s upcoming new album of the same name, which is due out in August via Rookie Records.

Statues On Fire’s most recent album, Phoenix, came out in March of 2014.

Stöj Snak (folk punk) releases new music video – “Fuck!”

Danish folk/acoustic-punk poet Stöj Snak has a new music video out for the track, “Fuck!” Feast your eyes upon it below.

The artist (Niels H. Sörensen, of the melodic hardcore band Mighty Midgets) recorded the entire video himself inside the bathroom at his local venue. It features Niels writing the song lyrics on the walls, in the stalls, on the floor, and even on the toilets.

The song is off Stöj Snak’s upcoming album, ScreamerSongwriter, which is set for release on June 9th. You can pre-order the album right now, over here.

ScreamerSongwriter will serve as a followup to the EP, Happitalism, which came out in February of 2016.

Better Things release music video for “Stick That in Your Juicebox and Sip It”

Vermont’s Better Things have released a music video for their song “Stick That in Your Juicebox and Sip It,” and you can watch the video below.

“Stick That in Your Juicebox and Sip It” was released as a stand-alone single (for now) on May 3, 2016, and you can purchase it here. Better Things have announced plans to release their debut album, Getting Worse, although no release date has been set yet.

Rarity release video for “Stranger”

Toronto-based five-piece Rarity have released a music video for their song “Stranger.” The track comes off of the band’s latest album, I Couldn’t Be Weaker, which came out last month.

You can watch the video below.

Rarity released I Couldn’t Be Weaker on April 15, 2016 via Rise Records.

Modern Baseball release video for “Wedding Singer”

Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball have released a music video for their song “Wedding Singer.” The track will appear on the band’s upcoming third LP, Holy Ghost, and you can check it out below.

Holy Ghost will be released on May 13, 2016 through Run For Cover Records, serving as a follow-up to 2014′s You’re Gonna Miss It All.

Get Stoked release video for “Stepping Off The Porch”

Michigan pop-punks Get Stoked have unleashed a video for the title track from their latest album, “Stepping Off The Porch.” Check it out below.

“Stepping Off The Porch,” the album, was released back in February.

Direct Hit! debut video for “Artificial Confidence” AND announce tour dates with Problem Daughter and PKEW PKEW PKEW

Double whammy of a Direct Hit! story for your Wednesday afternoon!

First and foremost, the Milwaukee punks debuted yet another video from their upcoming Fat Wreck Chords debut, “Wasted Mind.” The acid-trip of a video is for the track “Artificial Confidence,” and you can check it out here.

Second and secondmost (is that a word?), the band announced a run of East Coast tour dates that’ll keep them busy through the middle of this coming July. Direct Hit! will be taking pop-punkers Pkew Pkew Pkew and Dying Scene Records‘ own Problem Daughter along for the ride. Check out dates below.

As you’re probably aware by now, “Wasted Mind” is due out July 24th.

Music Video: Happening – “Like A Noise”

French melodic-hardcore/punk act Happening have released a music video for a new song, “Like A Noise.”

Check it out below.

“Like A Noise” comes from the bands latest album, In The Middle of the Seas, which was released on September 30th, 2015.

Music Video: D.O.A. – “Fucked Up Donald”

Canadian punk legends D.O.A. have updated their classic song “Fucked Up Ronnie,” and have released a video of the new version, “Fucked Up Donald.”

Check it out below.

D.O.A.’s latest album Hard Rain Falling was released in August of 2015 through frontman Joey Keithley’s Sudden Death Records.

Music Video: NO//LIARS (post-hardcore) – “Catalyst”

Victoria, BC post-hardocre act NO//LIARS have released a video for their song “Catalyst.”

Check it out below.

“Catalyst” comes from the bands EP of the same name that came out March 4th, 2016.

Bankrupt release music video for “Birthday”

Once again Budapest old-school pop punkers Bankrupt are combining pop-punk with well endowed bikini clad females to convince you to watch their most recent music video. This one is for the track “Birthday” and you can check it out below.

“Birthday” appears on the band’s most recent album “Outsiders” released in March.

The Shapers (garage-punk) release “Secrets” music video

France’s garage/glam punk The Shapers have released a music video for their tune “Secrets” taken from their new EP Reckless Youth and you can check it out below.

The video was directed by Mayol, the media director of Vans who previously worked with Parkway Drive and Foo Fighters.

The Shapers released Reckless Youth on February 26, 2016.

The Riot Gang (Russian punk) release music video for “Distracting Noises”

Russian punks The Riot Gang have released a music video for their song “Distracting Noises” and you can check it out below.

The song appears on the band’s most recent album “Soma” released in December 2015 (stream it on their bandcamp page).