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DS Exclusive: Dead Giveaway Premieres New Album, Safety Off

Dutch based pop punks, Dead Giveaway are releasing their sophomore album, Safety Off on March 23rd with the help of White Russian Records and we can’t be more stoked to premiere the LP in it’s entirety! Featuring current and former members of Close Second, Antillectual, Of No Avail and Midnight Menace, this quartet has been around long enough to know what keeps their hearts beating: straight forward, catchy, melodic punk rock with a grungy edge, firmly rooted in the 90’s. No more talk. Check out all twelve terrific tracks, below!

*The band’s first full length, We Come In Pieces was released in 2015.

DS Exclusive: Eat Dirt Premieres Music Video for “Pull Out”

Eat Dirt is about playing a lot of riffs, in the shortest amount of time as possible. No surprise they count pop/hardcore hybrid, PEARS among their influences. The energetic Englanders are on the cusp of releasing what will be the second of three albums being released this year! Impressive! To celebrate the EP’s impending debut, they sent over an exclusive video for the first single “Pull Out” and it’s a rager!  The album, Welcome to Shithouse on Sea is due out on April 27th via Umlaut Records with the third album to follow later in the fall. When asked about their unique sound, they said, We’re not looking to please people, or make money from this band. We just want to enjoy what we’re doing and make music we want to hear.” That’s the spirit, boys! Start streamingbelow!

DS Exclusive: MCKC Premieres New Song “Baker”

Today we get to show the other side of a songwriter we’ve championed on Dying Scene. Casey Keele of the band Wicked Bears (who’s latest album “Tuning Out” was in Dying Scene owner Dave Buck’s Top 10 of 2017) – has been writing songs and playing basement and living room shows as MCKC for almost a decade. Today we’re featuring his new song “Baker,” a folky, organ driven track off of his new EP “IS OK”, slated to be released on April 14th through Hidden Home.

Keele had this to say about the track:

“Baker is a solitary town located in the Mojave Desert of California. It’s one of the only cities you’ll pass as you drive from Barstow to Las Vegas. This song is an imagining of what it would be like to live there.”

You can hear the new track below. Pre-order “IS OK” at, and if you’re in the Salt Lake area, consider grabbing a ticket to the EP release show on April 14th at the Beehive in Salt Lake City (666 S. State Street).

DS Exclusive: The Charley Few (Punk/Oi) Premieres New LP Teufelshunde

It’s not every day we get to premiere music from an younger band with such a solid grasp on the old school Oi sound but these Philly punks certainly fit that bill! Their second studio album Teufelshunde released a few weeks back and since we totally missed it, we’re making up by streaming the whole damn thing, exclusively for DS readers! Head over to Bandcamp and download all three of their albums (the debut LP Punk Fire Never Die as well as a live album) for less than $10! While you’re waiting for the files to download (we’re looking at you, Spectrum subscribers), you can stream the trio’s newest album, in it’s entirety, below!

DS Exclusive: 7 Minute Martians (Pop Punk) Premieres Track From Upcoming Album

Later this week, Cincinnati-based pop punks, 7 Minute Martians will be releasing their debut album, Curious. To get you stoked, the boys sent over the third single from the forthcoming freshman offering (due out 3/15) exclusively for Dying Scene reader!  The track, “Smoked Out” is a melodic, lyrically-emotional, yet upbeat track with tight, Blink-182-esque harmonies. When asked about the new single, guitarist/vocalist Wil Viars told us, “This is a song about decaying love and one of my favorites off of the record. I like the metaphor of comparing a relationship to being in a burning building and a high-speed car chase in the chorus. The third verse will always hit me hard, as it’s about my mother’s suicide.” Check it out below!

DS Exclusive: Reuther (Pop Punk) Premieres New Track From Upcoming LP

Detroit based pop punkers, ​Reuther arose from the ashes of former projects of founding members James Vee and Daniel Stover. And having spent years touring the US with their previous band, Forty Lashes, they wanted to continue the excitement and energy that reckless touring afforded them. Drawing inspiration from some of their favorite acts like The Loved Ones,​​The Flatliners ​and ​The Swellers​, ​the trio is ready and willing to show how animated and vivacious Motor City pop punk can be. What better way to get acquainted than with an exclusive premiere?! Today, we’re pleased to present the debut of the “Highways” from the band’s freshman LP Like A Ghost which is due out on April 27th via Get Party Records and Too Hype Music (pre-orders are up for digital and vinyl). Stream until your heat is content, below!

DS Exclusive: The Last Gang (Fat Wreck Chords) stream debut full-length, “Keep Them Counting”

Happy Friday, boys and girls!

Dying Scene is beyond stoked to bring you the exclusive premiere of the debut album from Los Angeles trio, The Last Gang. The album is called Keep Them Counting, and it’s a half-hour that’s chock of high-energy, pop-infused street punk goodness. Check it out below!

Keep Them Counting is out today via Fat Wreck Chords. You can pick up your very own copy right here! (Seriously…buy music, people – that way people can keep making it!)

DS Exclusive: Millie Manders streams new EP “Upside Down”

Millie Manders has been touring the UK for the last few years relentlessly, with her band (Millie Manders and the Shutup), amassing ska punk fans wherever she’s toured. The band released EP “Obsession Transgression” back in the spring last year, a four track offering that is available for free/download via Bandcamp. Now, Millie is releasing a stripped down EP, “Upside Down”, on March 23rd, showcasing tracks she performs at her solo, ukelele sets.

The EP deals with issues such as “addressing depression, loss, heartbreak, homelessness and anxiety” and Millie describes it as a “heartfelt and aggressive expression of innermost anguish, observations and pain”. Dying Scene is proud to exclusively stream the release ahead of its street date, exclusively. Ska fans the world over won’t regret having a listen. Check it out below – along with full 2018 tour dates so far…

DS Exclusive: The Ray Gradys Premiere New EP “Told You So!”

Philadelphia based punks, The Ray Gradys (feat. Mr. Early Gates of Morning Glory fame) have a new EP coming out on March 3rd (preorders up at Bandcamp) and the trio sent over an advance copy to stream exclusively for Dying Scene readers! If you’re into good ole fashioned anti-authoritarian punk rock, you’re definitely going to wanna spin this one a few times. The tracks from the album will also be released as a split 7″ with fellow philly phenoms Seeing Snakes so keep an ear to the ground for that one! Now…git to gittin’! Stream the three song EP below!

The Palatines (punk) premiere “Take The Reigns” off upcoming album “Death From Below”

Texas pop-punk trio The Palatines are a band you’re going to want to check out if you like the sound of 90s era Face To Face with a healthy sprinkling of Teenage Bottlerocket-esque pop. Next week they’ll be releasing their debut full-length “Death From Below” and to give you a taste of what’s to come we’re proud to premiere a new track from the album for you.

Grab your headphones, turn up the volume, and stream “Take The Reigns” below.

Pre-order “Death From Below” on the group’s bandcamp.

DS Exclusive: The Kreutzer Sonata Premieres “Old Glory” From Upcoming LP

Up and coming skacore act The Kreutzer Sonata has a new album coming out on Wednesday via Don’t Panic Records & Distro and the Chicago based quartet wanted DS readers to get an exclusive first listen to the final single before it hits the streets! To celebrate the release of the fifteen track LP, The Gutters of Paradise the boys will be hosting a record release party sometime later in March, (follow them on Facebook for more details) so go out to support your local scene if you live in there in The Windy City. That’s it! Get to streaming the final single “Old Glory”, below!

DS Exclusive: The Scutches Premiere Video for “Worth Enough” From Upcoming Album Negatory


Veteran pop punkers, The Scutches are ringing in the Spring with a brand new album and to celebrate the impending release, the Long Island lads have made a music video for the first single “Worth Enough”. The album, titled Negatory, will mark the quartet’s eighth studio release, not counting various splits and singles and will be distributed with the help of Oregon punk label Something To Do Records (preorders coming soon). While you wait, stream the brand new video, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below

DS Exclusive: At Face Value Premieres Video for “Cinderella” From Upcoming EP

Baltimore, Maryland’s At Face Value (formally just Face Value) has a new album coming out later this Spring and to get you hooked, they sent over the debut music video from the upcoming EP Ivy & Echo. When we asked the lads about the video for the song, bassist Grayson Ross told us “’Cinderella’ was our first jab at writing a lighthearted party song. We came to a consensus that most of our songs are pretty sad or angry, so we wanted to mix it up. In the past, any attempt at writing a ‘merry’ song, seemed so cheese-ball. So, I started with the line ‘Tonight I’ll be, out back kicking it with old friends, listening to every song you can’t stand’. From there it formed into this loose story about getting over a negative situation through friendship. The name ‘Cinderella’ is an inside joke because I kept confusing our interim song title, ‘Skippity-BAM-BAM’ with ‘Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo’, which is how we got to ‘Cinderella’. We wanted a sort of Cinderella story with the video. We had a parkour gym location with Walmart animal mask, and just combined these in a cauldron with a hint of “The Wiggles” and what came out was this crazy, wonky, fast video.” Check it out below!

DS Exclusive: Sports Reference (Pop Punk) Premieres Video for “Doctor Everest” From New Album

Gainesville pop punks Sports Reference just released a new three track EP entitled Somewhere Else via Canadian DIY label Emocat Records and they sent the debut music video from the album over to stream exclusively for DS readers! When asked about the video for the single “Doctor Everest”, the fantastic Floridians told us “It was made with the mindset of light-heartedly showing how much fun is had at shows. We decided to make it a little far-fetched, involve a lot of our friends and our favorite Gainesville venue (The Hardback Cafe), and just have a good time.”. Head over to the label’s website and snag a copy of the new EP, then go wait patiently by your mailbox until it arrives. Before you do though, stream the video (and check out tour details), below!

DS Exclusive: Dani Llamas Premieres Debut Single “Never Panic” From Upcoming LP

Spanish songwriter Dani Llamas, will release his third solo album Dead Labor on February 14th. The LP, previously released for free to subscribers of Joey Cape’s One Week Records last year, will be formally released by both OWR as well as French based indie label Kicking Records (preorders up on both Kicking Records’ and OWR’s websites). When asked about his involvement with the album, Old Man Caper said “Occasionally I am handed a record that strikes me immediately but, it takes another listen or two before I fully absorb it. Some of these records become records I love and revisit throughout my life. I hear something special right away but, after I get to know it better, there is a deeper connection to the songs and the album as a whole. Many of these albums have a great influence on even my own music. This was and is the case with Dani Llamas’ album Dead Labor”. Stream the debut single, “Never Panic” (and peep the tour information) below!