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The Dollyrots premiere new single and video for “Everything”

The Dollyrots are back with a new album (Daydream Explosion) on July 12th, but to tide you over until then, we have the new single and video for “Everything,” which has been released as a 7″ single.

The band will be playing an album release show on July 13th at the High Hat in Los Angeles, CA, as well as the 25th anniversary Warped Tour show in Mountain View, CA.

Check out “Everything” below.



Stream the new song “What We Do Now” by Holly Would Surrender (pop-punk)

The Netherlands’ Holly Would Surrender are previewing and streaming a single off their upcoming album, WIsh You Were Bread (out May 24th on White Russian Records).

Check out “What We Do Now” below for some pop-punk goodness.



Watch the new video from The Mizzerables, “45” (punk)

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have debuted their new – and very strange (in a good way) – video for their latest single, “45”. It will be featured on their upcoming album “Whatever… This Sucks” due out in Summer of 2019.

Watch the video, and learn why the song is called “45” below.



Calmgrove (pop punk, CA) release music video for “Misery”

California pop-punk/emo quartet Calmgrove has released a video for their new single, “Misery.”

You can check it out below.

“Misery” is the bands’ fourth single, with the most recent being “Lifelong” released earlier this year.



Victory Lane (pop punk, UK) release music video for “Happy Sad”

UK pop punk/emo act Victory Lane have released a music video for their new song, “Happy Sad.”

You can check it out below.

“Happy Sad” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut EP, Barebones, that is set to be released on July 26th via Standby Records.



Stickup Kid (pop punk) stream new album, announce tour dates

California pop punk band Stickup Kid are streaming their new album, Soul Drive, which was released on May 3rd via Billie Joe Armstrong’s Adeline Records.

You can give that a listen, and check out the bands’ upcoming tour dates, below.

Stickup Kid last released Debris in February 2016.



Then It Hit Me (pop-punk, AZ) release music video for “Know Your Worth”

Arizona pop-punk/hardcore act Then It Hit Me have released a video for their new single, “Know Your Worth,” which was released on April 20th.

You can check out the video below.

Then It Hit Me last released the single “Asante 41” in 2018.



Weatherstate (Bristol, UK) release new track featuring Tobi Duncan of Trash Boat

Bristol UK pop punks Weatherstate have released new track featuring Tobi Duncan of Trash Boat. The song comes in advance of their debut album “Born A Cynic”, which is released this Friday.

Check out “Barely Human” using the player below.



New Found Glory cover “Let It Go” (yes, the song from “Frozen”)

Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared another video from their new ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3’ out May 3 via Hopeless Records. This time it’s “Let It Go” from the animated film “Frozen.” They clearly had a lot of fun making this cover EP and the videos.

Check out the video below.



Direct Hit!’s Drummer and Bassist Quit The Band

Wisconsin-based punk act Direct Hit! are having a bit of a shakeup, as their bassist and drummer have apparently parted ways with the band. The remaining members aren’t letting it slow them down though.

They issued the following statement via Facebook:

“NOTICE: DANNY AND STEVE QUIT DIRECT HIT A COUPLE WEEKS AGO. THE TWO OF US LEFT ARE CANCELLING 0 SHOWS AND LEANING ON OUR MUSICALLY-INCLINED BUDDIES TO FILL IN WHILE WE FIGURE OUT A NEW PERMANENT LINEUP. SEE YOU ALL IN CHICAGO WITH THE SMOKING POPES ON MAY 11. WEAR YOUR CLOWN SUIT.”

Sounds like they’re going to be just fine.

Direct Hit! released Crown of Nothing last year on Fat Wreck Chords.



Mike Herrera (MxPx) releases video for “Lights Out”

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has released a video for solo track “Lights Out”. As yet there is no news of an album, but DS will keep you posted…

Have a watch below.



Bad Cop/Bad Cop Release 7″ of First Three Songs

California’s Bad Cop/Bad Cop have released an exclusive 7″ featuring the first three songs the band ever recorded –  “Sweet Brown Water”, “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah”, and “A Little Wild.” The energetic songs show how much potential the band had from the first time they walked into a recording studio – and are high-quality, as opposed to many unearthed releases from bands.  The three songs are bursts of pure punk rock and the perfect way to tide yourself over with new-to-us Bad Cop/Bad Cop music until their next album is eventually released.

The 7″ comes out on April 26th, and the songs are also available on Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, Deezer, and Tidal.



DS Exclusive: Noise Brigade stream “Color In” off upcoming EP, “Find What You Love and Let it Consume You”

It’s not every day an Alaskan band comes around… (well, Anchorage exports. They currently reside in Portland.) Yet, today we have Noise Brigade‘s new shizz for streaming straight from the mountains to the sea. Here’s a band who’s been putting out new music pretty steadily these past few years and staying busy on the road. They’ve come a long way since performing at their high school’s battle of the bands around the time of their conception, and even hit a few Warped Tour stages in Alaska before packing up their gear and heading down to the lesser 48.

Since that time they’ve released a few albums, a few singles including a skanky song about sad Christmas with no Turbo Man, and debuted an album on Manic Kat Records in May of last year titled This is Fine. They followed up that release with a busy show schedule making their way up and down the west coast and around the southwestern U.S., playing with some notable acts including The Movielife, SUCH GOLD, and The Flatliners. They’ve also recorded a new five song EP, Find What You Love and Let it Consume You to be released on May 10th on Manic Kat. Pre-orders for that are available here.

I’m pretty pleased to be able to bring you the first single off that EP today. I’m somewhat new to Dying Scene and I don’t know if I’ve been sleeping on these guys or what, but I think they’re dope! The new one is a track called “Color In” written from the outside perspective of watching a friend or loved one involved in an abusive relationship, not knowing how best to be a friend, and the frustrations inherent in that situation for all parties. The struggle is real, and it’s important to know that help is there if you seek it, but also it’s important to be the helping hand when you see a friend who’s down and out, or a stranger for that matter. Go make someone’s day undead scenesters. Here’s some pop punk. Stream “Color In” below.



Music Video Premiere: Project Revise (pop-punk) stream “Time Will Carry You”

Worchestershire punks, Project Revise are unveiling a new music video via Dying Scene today. “Time Will Carry You” is a goofball rendition of the timeless tale of man’s ambition gone mad, and playing God with punk rock forces we can’t even begin to comprehend… hell, I’m still trying to figure out what’s going on this hilarious new video. Whatever it is, we’re all pretty excited about it… like, jumping-up-and-down-and-flailing-our-hands-around excited.

Project Revise goes well with Goldfinger and New Found Glory, so long as they are “completely operational and all of [their] circuits are functioning perfectly.”

“Time Will Carry You” was originally released on their EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs, in December of 2017. Since that time, they’ve sold out of the original, put out a video for every track on the album and re-issued an extended edition. This band likes to be in front of the camera, and I’m sure there will be plenty more of this awesome wholesome goodness coming our way in the near future. So stay tuned – and don’t worry crusties, I’m not talking about your instruments.

This is a good video for pop-punk and sci-fi junkies alike. Stream “Time Will Carry You” below.



Weatherstate (Bristol, UK Pop Punk) release new single complete with Basket Case homage music video

Bristol UK pop punks Weatherstate have released their latest single “Medicate” The video for the track plays homage to the classic Green Day video for “Basket Case”, and has earned a thumbs up from Mike Dirnt himself already.

The single follows up from ‘Sympathy’, ‘Brain Dead’ and ‘Rotten Lungs’, all taken from the band’s debut album “Born A Cynic”, which is release via Failure By Design in the UK and Wiretap Records in the US on 10 May. The band play Bournemouth (2nd May) at The Anvil, London (10th May) at Sebright Arms and Bristol’s Booze Cruise (24th may) to support the release.

Check out the video using the player below.