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Avem (Aviary-core, Canada) Stream Single “Don’t Cull Me Bro”

Self-confessed bird-nerds, Avem, have a new single out. It’s called “Don’t Cull Me Bro” and it’s the first new music from the feathery-four-piece since their 2018 EP, Sing Every Day.

Check out “Don’t Cull Me Bro” below.



Bony Macaroni (Pop Punk, Holland) Stream Latest Single “Atlas Fugged”

The hilariously named Dutch pop punk band Bony Macaroni have just released their first single since the five-track, self-titled debut EP earlier this year. The track is called “Atlas Fugged” and you can stream it in its entirety below.

Bony Macaroni describe themselves as being for fans of “Modern Baseball, Sorority Noise, Foxing, Pinegrove, Free Throw, The Wonder Years”. If those bands float your boat, check them out!



New song and video from blink-182

Blink-182 have released further material from their as yet untitled upcoming album. The new single ‘Generational Divide’ is now streaming across all the main platforms. This track has a more urgent punk rock sound, with Matt Skiba and Mark Hoppus trading vocals, and clocks in at just 49 seconds. The two songs released so far have very different sounds so the album should be an interesting listen if nothing else.

Check out the video for Generational Divide below.



Motion City Soundtrack announce US tour dates

Motion City Soundtrack have announced some upcoming tour dates starting on New Years Eve, and running through January of 2020.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

Motion City Soundtrack’s last album Panic Stations was released in September 2015 through Epitaph Records.



New Found Glory releases video for “Cups”

Pop-punk cover aficionados New Found Glory have released a video for the Anna Kendricks hit “Cups”, and yes I can promise it gets stuck in your head just like the original. Coming off New Found Glory’s latest covers album From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3, which was released back in May through Hopeless Records.

Check out the video below.

As much as New Found Glory takes flack for their musical stylings, no doubt we’re going to miss them when their gone, so enjoy these pop-punk covers of some real catchy-ass songs. As mentioned above, New Found Glory’s most recent release From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3. 



Calmgrove (Pop-punk) release video for song “Give & Take”

California pop-punks Calmgrove have released a video for their song “Give & Take”. The video which is set in the woods, is a metaphorical look at the constant struggle of trying to run away from the things subconciously we want most. Alright, maybe it’s not that deep, there is however a tug-of-war between two, what can only be assumed lovers. Which leads to the breaking of a union if you will. While I may have looked a little deeper into this video for the underlying meaning than the band intended, it’s a pretty awesome song.

Check it out for yourself below.

This is the latest in a string of singles released by Calmgrove. I would suspect all these singles could potentially lead to an album in the near future. 



Massaw (Indie Punk, France) Stream New EP “Wan-Wan”

French indie punks Massaw are allowing fans to stream their latest EP. The effort is titled Wan-Wan and has been released by the local label, Bad Wolf Records.

You can check out Wan-Wan below. The previous release from the four-piece was the 2016 EP, Supporting Rules!



The Dollyrots (Pop punk, CA) Stream Video for “I Know How to Party” From Forthcoming Album “Daydream Explosion”

Pop Punk duo The Dollyrots have a new video out for a track from their forthcoming album, Daydream Explosion. The tune chosen for visualisations is called “I Know How to Party”.

Daydream Explosion is due out on July 12 this year on Wicked Cool Records and The Orchard. It’s the first new music from the band since their 2017 full-length, Whiplash Splash.

If you can’t wait for the full release of Daydream Explosion, you can check out “I Know How to Party” below in the meantime.



The Hippaes (pop-punk) release music video for “You Let Me Be”

Indie/pop-punk act The Hippaes have released a music video for their song “You Let Me Be.”

You can check it out below.

“You Let Me Be” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album Hip! Hip!! Hippaes!!! that is set to be released on June 28th via Everything Sucks Music.



Grayscale (Pop Punk) release third pressing of “What We’re Missing” LP

California punk band Grayscale have just released the third pressing of their LP, What We’re Missing, on Anchor Eighty Four Records. The band released the album this past February and the record is available on neon green and orange vinyl, limited to 500 copies of each.  You can stream the emotional pop punk record below to get a taste of the band.



Bowling For Soup cover Suicide Machines’ “Sometimes I Don’t Mind”

Bowling For Soup have released a cover of Suicide Machines’ “Sometimes I Don’t Mind” as a new single. The track, which is part of their 25th anniversary plans, has an accompanying video, which you can watch below.

Upcoming dates to mark their quarter century are up on their website.



Triple Sundae (pop-punk, UK) to release new EP “Glow”

London pop-punks Triple Sundae are to release their new, 6 song EP Glow this Friday (7th June). The EP is the follow up to their 2018 EP Peace Of Mind.

You can pre-order it now. Have a watch of the video for advance single “Pollution” below.



The Mizzerables (Punk, IL) Stream Single “Gravity” From Forthcoming Album, “Whatever… This Sucks”

Chicago-based punk quartet The Mizzerables are allowing fans to stream their latest single. The effort is called “Gravity” and it is due to appear on the band’s newest album. Whatever… This Sucks will be the group’s first collection of new music since their 2017 EP, No Sleeves. It will be released at a currently undisclosed date this summer.

For now, you can check out “Gravity” below.



Stream Lightweight’s new album “Spirits Down”

Some of our favorite pop-punkers from Sacramento California, Lightweight have just released a new album titled Spirits Down. It’s full of upbeat and poppy punk rock that’s perfect for a summer day, and you can check it out below.



Stream the new single from The Copyrights, “Welcome Wagon”

Illinois punks The Copyrights have just released a new single, “Welcome Wagon”, with the b-side “Are You Passionate?”, and you can hear the former below.

The band is currently on a tour with Kepi Ghoolie that will continue through the summer.