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The Movielife stream new track “Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel”

The Movielife have debuted their first new material in the best part of a decade and a half today. The band’s new track, “Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel”, is streaming via the band’s new label Rise Records.

The song is the first output since 2003, when the band’s last album, “Forty Hour Train Back To Penn”, was released. It will be on upcoming album “Cities In Search Of A Heart”. You listen to it below.



Louise Distras asks fans for their cash for new record

Louise Distras is doing a Kickstarter campaign for her latest record. Supposedly a DIY release, the vocalist is in need of £11,000 to aid its production. Fans will get assorted gifts for their pledges of support. All the details of the campaign can be found here.

Louise Distras last release was the 2013 effort Dreams From the Factory Floor.

 



Molly and the Krells (punk, Australia) stream new EP “Relationshit”

Aussie punk rockers Molly and the Krells are allowing fans to stream their new EP entitled Relationshit. The record features three tracks of down and dirty punk ‘n’ roll, complete with tasty classic rock riffs. Fans of classic punk rock bands like New York Dolls will likely enjoy this one.

Check out the EP in its entirety below.



Wasted Potential (post-hardcore, Canada) stream track from forthcoming record “Living Up to the Name”

Canadian post-hardcore act Wasted Potential are streaming a tune from their forthcoming album. The record is amusingly titled Living Up to the Name and is due for general release on August, 17th, 2017 on Get Party!

If you can’t wait for the full album, you can listen to teaser track “Never Asked” below.



Kevin Bogart (folk, Boston) streams EP “Fireworks”

Former Trophy Lungs members have started a side project. Released under vocalist Kevin Bogart‘s name, the band are allowing fans to stream their debut EP, entitled Fireworks. Expect violins, harmonicas, and a whole lot of heart-felt strumming.

You can listen to Fireworks below, entirely for free. Check it out and show the group some support if you’re enjoying it.



Aerial Salad (UK, punk) stream debut single “Check My Mind” off forthcoming album “Roach”

Manchester punk rock three-piece Aerial Salad are streaming the debut single from their forthcoming record Roach. The track is titled “Check My Mind” and has an unmistakably classic-Greenday feel to it.

Check out the single below, and watch this space for more news about the full album release. It’s due out later this summer but as yet, there has been no official announcement.



Local Resident Failure stream new song, “Always the bridesmaid, never the bride”

Australian skate punks Local Resident Failure are streaming their new song, ‘Always the Bridesmaid, Never the Bride’. A demo of this song appeared on the Pee Records compilation, “Pee Approved Vol 5”, which came out December 9th of 2016. Stream the song below.

Local Resident Failure last re-released their debut album on Pee Records in February of 2016, you can find that album of Oxford Records in the US.



Conveyer stream new album “No Future”

Wisconsin hardcore band Conveyer have made their new album No Future available to stream in its entirety. You can give the full 11-song record a listen below.

No Future releases tomorrow, June 24th through Victory Records.



The Ataris streaming compilation album “Silver Turns to Rust”

The Ataris have released a new compilation album through their bandcamp page. It’s called Silver Turns to Rust, and it features four tracks from the band’s upcoming LP The Graveyard of the Atlantic, songs from their latest EP, and demos of two new tracks.

You can give the 12-song compilation a listen below.

The Graveyard of the Atlantic will be The Ataris’ first studio album since 2007’s Welcome the Night. The record’s release date is still unknown, but as always we’ll keep you posted.



69 Enfermos stream title track from upcoming album “A Place to Call Home”

Brazilian skate punks 69 Enfermos are streaming the title track from their upcoming able A Place to Call Home. You can give the song a listen below.

A Place to Call Home is set to release on July 17th through Morning Wood Records. It follows the band’s 2015 album Beyond Borders.



Jeff Rosenstock and Skasucks release split 7″ (free download)

Jeff Rosenstock has released a split 7″ with South Korean ska band Skasucks. You can give the split a listen below, and download it for free (or the price of your choice) on Bandcamp.

Rosenstock’s latest album Worry was released in 2016 through SideOneDummy. He will be touring the US this summer.



Sleep In (NJ pop-punk) streaming new EP “Tension & Release”

Sleep In have made their new EP available to stream a few days ahead of its June 23rd release. You can check it out over at PunkNews.

The EP is the band’s debut release on Black Numbers. They’ll be touring through July with Fossil Youth. You can find the dates below.



SNDWNR (Melbourne, AUS) release new track, “Bodies”

Vowel-less Australians SNDWNR have released a new track. “Bodies” is the first of a series of new songs.

Stream the song below, and check out their bandcamp page to hear their previous EPs.

Thankfully, they do make use of vowels in their vocals.



Tel Aviv skate punks Unsigned release “Anarchy in the Middle East” EP

What better way to start out summer with some sick skate punk? Unsigned have you covered with their new EP, “Anarchy in the Middle East.”

You can check out the stream below and at their bandcamp page, along with their previous EP, “Mass Production.”



Captain, We’re Sinking streams long-awaited new album ‘The King of No Man’ in full

Scranton punks Captain, We’re Sinking have premiered their long-awaited new full length. ‘The King of No Man’ won’t be out until the 23rd of June, but you can already give it a listen below.

If you dig it, you can pick up a copy via the Run For Cover webshop.

‘The King of No Man’ is the band’s first release since their amazing 2013 album ‘The Future Is Cancelled’.