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NEEDS release music video for “Everybody Makes Me Steaks”

Vancouver hardcore act NEEDS have released a video for their new song “Everybody Makes Me Steaks,” which comes from the bands’ upcoming sophomore album Limitations, that is set to be released on June 22nd via File Under: Music.

You can check out the video below.

NEEDS last released their self-titled debut on May 12, 2015, also via File Under: Music.



The Painted Dogs stream new album “Live Fast, Die Young”

Detroit garage and pop tinged punk act The Painted Dogs are streaming their newest album Live Fast, Die Young, which was released on June 12th.

You can give it a listen below.

The Painted Dogs last released the Vibrator EP in 2016.



Proud Parents (Garage Punk) stream new songs “Hypnotoad” and “Flavordust”

Wisconsin garage punks Proud Parents are streaming two songs from their upcoming self-titled album that is set to be released on June 22nd via Dirtnap Records.

Check out “Hypnotoad” and “Flavordust” below.

Proud Parents last released Sharon Is Karen in December 2015.



Belmont announce new album, release music video

Chicago pop punks Belmont have announced that they will be releasing their debut self-titled album on August 17th via Mutant League Records.

To give you a taste of what to expect from the album, the band has released a video for their first single, “Hollowed Out.” You can check it out below.

Belmont last released their Water Weight/Step Aside single in 2017.



Doc Rotten (Punk) release new video for “Sick & Suffering”

East Coast punks Doc Rotten have released a video for their new single “Sick & Suffering.”

You can check it out below.

“Sick & Suffering” is the title track from the bands’ latest album that came out on March 29th.



Lost From The Start (Pop-Punk, Belgium) release music video for “Out Of Left Field”

Belgian pop-punk act Lost From The Start have released a video for their new song “Out Of Left Field.”

You can check it out below.

“Out Of Left Field” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album Few And Far Between, which is set to be released on June 29th via Bearded Punk Records.



Goodbye Blue Monday release video for “Misery-Punk Ruined My Life”

Scottish melodic punks Goodbye Blue Monday have released a video for their new song “Misery-Punk Ruined My Life,” which is the title track for their upcoming EP which comes out on June 29th.

You can check out the video below.

Goodbye Blue Monday last released The Sickness, The Shame on February 24th, 2017 via Make That A Take Records.



The Prettybads stream new album “Meet The Prettybads”

Houston punks The Prettybads are streaming their debut album Meet The Prettybads.

You can give it a listen below.

Meet The Prettybads was released on June 15th via Indie Vision Music.



Just Friends (ska) streaming new album “Nothing But Love”

California-based ska-punk group Just Friends are streaming their funk heavy new album Nothing But Love. I must admit I love ska so this album is right up my alley. Great horn sound, great vocals, great album.

Give it a listen below.

This is the first new music from Just Friends since their 2016 split album. If you’re a fan of Dance Hall Crashers these guys reminded me of some of their later releases.



The Burnt Tapes (melodic) release video for “Things Get Weird”

London-based melodic punks The Burnt Tapes have released a video for their song “Things Get Weird”. The song comes off the 2017 EP Alterations. The video follows the story of how things often get weird.

Go get weird yourself below.

Alterations was released in 2017 through Lockjaw Records. The band also has a few dates lined up this summer which you can check out below as well.



Victory Kid (pop-punk) release video for “Clownin'”

L.A. based pop-punks Victory Kid have released a video for their song “Clownin'”. The song which comes off the band’s upcoming EP Thrillenials, deals with the real life problem of creepy, killer clowns. This song, much like creepy clowns is all over the map, but is awesome in it’s complexity. We get a mix of ska, pop-punk, thrash and some hardcore, all gelling seamlessly to create a mesmerizing assault on our clown perception.

Check out the “Clownin'” video below.

This forthcoming record will be the second new release this year for the upstart pop-punks. Thrillenials EP is due out July 27th. They also have a few shows lined up which you can see below the video. 



The All Brights release new lyric video for “Last Blue Text”

California-based pop-punks The All Brights (ft Dave Hause, Sean from Good Riddance, members of The Loved Ones, The Falcon) have released a lyric video for their song “Last Blue Text”. The song comes off the band’s highly anticipated new release The White Album EP, which is due out June 22.

Check out the video for the new song below.

This will be the first new music from The All Brights since their 2015 release The All Brights…Are Wild For The Night. If you’re a fan of The Riptides these guys sound very similar so check them out.



Spine (Hardcore) streaming new album “Faith”

Kansas City/Chicago hardcore outfit Spine are streaming their new album Faith. Released June 15th through Bridge Nine Records, this album delivers from top to bottom.

Give the new album a listen below.

This is the sophomore album for Spine, their last album Deny was released in 2016. If you’re a fan of Agnostic Front or Cro-Mags be sure to give these guys a listen.



Se Vende (punk) streaming new single “Edith Jean” off new album

San Diego punks Se Vende are streaming the single “Edith Jean” off of their new album It’s Okay. The album which is out now, has been released through La Escalera Records.

You can give the song a listen below.

This is the first new music from Se Vende since the 2017 release of “Regular”. If you’re into Screeching Weasel you’ll definitely enjoy these guys.



Slumb Party stream “Happy Now” via Drunken Sailor Records

Nottingham UK’s Slumb Party are streaming their new album Happy Now via Drunken Sailor Records. This album is a genre-bender as it’s equal parts post punk, soul punk, no wave, garage punk, and skronk.

Check it out, in all of it’s discordant glory, below.