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The Hunx (Skate Punk, UK) Stream Video for “Golden Boy”

UK skate punkers The Hunx have just put out a video for a new track. Titled “Golden Boy”, the tune will appear on an upcoming EP from the band. The details of this release are still to be announced.

For now, you can check out “Golden Boy” below.

The previous release from The Hunx was the single “Facsimile” in 2018.

Malvina (Hardcore, Brazil) Stream Video for “The Anomie”

Brazilian progressive hardcore act Malvina have just put out a video for their track “The Anomie”. You can check it out below.

“The Anomie” features of the band’s recently-released album Hybrid War. The record is reportedly inspired by the rolling coup in Brazil and the rise of neofascism in the nation. It’s a blinder of a release!

Give It All (Melodic Hardcore, AU) release video for “Helpless Hopeless”

Brisbane, Australia melodic hardcore four piece Give It All have released a video for a new track, “Helpless Hopeless”. The new single follows recent EP System Restore.

Have a watch below.

Rational Anthem (pop punk) announce “It’s Only Permanent”

Iowa pop punkers, Rational Anthem have announced new album It’s Only Permanent. The record is out on November 1st via A-F Records.

To mark the announcement, the trio have released a video for a track from it, “Welcome to Paradise City”. Have a watch below.

Stream a ska version of Graduating Life’s “Cold Raviolis”

If you’re online in the year 2019 and have even the slightest clue what the genre “ska” entails, then you’ve probably seen a video from Skatune Network, even if you didn’t realize what it was you were watching. The incredibly unique project of Florida musician Jeremy Hunter (they/them) started with a YouTube channel and a single mission––to bring back ska, one cover song at a time.

Today, that channel boasts over a million views, with over 100,000 subscribers and nearly twice as many combined followers across other social media platforms. Formed in 2017, Skatune Network has turned everything from 80s pop ballads to emo anthems, R&B jams, and even songs from popular movies and TV shows into bonafide ska hits, and the brass mastermind has no plans on slowing down.

Teaming up with rising indie label Counter Intuitive Records, Skatune Network will release their debut album Pick It The Fuck Up on September 27. Each song on the album will be a cover of a Counter Intuitive-adjacent band, including oso oso, Prince Daddy & the Hyena, Retirement Party, Kississippi, and more.

Today a video is out for the first new track, a cover of Graduating Life’s “Cold Raviolis.” Watch it below.

Mono in Stereo premiere new music video, “Different Kind of Man”

Mono in Stereo is a band on the up and up. They released their second album on Rum Bar RecordsCan’t Stop The Bleeding, in June of this year, along with an earlier released video for “The Conversation” which Dying Scene premiered here. Since then they’ve been tapped for punk rock glory by having a song of theirs featured in the upcoming Joselito Seldera feature film, Screw City, which follows a young riot girl going through the struggle of post-high school band mate disssociation blues. Personally, as a guy who’s gone through five (official) drummers and a handful of bassists in just as many years, it’s a story I know all to well.

Today Mono in Stereo is releasing a new music video for the single “Different Kind of Man” , which tells another familiar tale of young love in the California desert. “The thought was Midwest punk in Southern California,” says Seldera, who also directed the video. “The clothes, the style, the vibe. Dusty and gritty. No beaches, no skaters or surfers or cool neighborhoods or anything like that. So we came up with a list of cool, sort of weird places well outside of L.A. and for two days we drove around the desert and shot at those places.”

The video tails two coed heroes on the fringes with subtle reminders through their caustic reality that God is love, and highlights the early sparks of infatuation and shifting persuasions… I think our grand-folks called that courting or something. The song is catchy and smile-inducing – think Bruce Springsteen meets Naked Raygun. It provides a great blend of classic bar room rock and roll with our beloved punk rock about opening up with one another and weeding out loneliness.”Let me pick you up at home tonight because we’re headed where the eagles dare. Left alone up to our own devices, there’s a lot of thing’s that we can share.” There’s a right way and there’s a wrong way, kiddos ,but more often than not we find ourselves somewhere in-between.

Seldera listed two videos as major influences: “I re-watched The Jesus and Mary Chain’s ‘Sometimes Always’ video over and over, a thousand times, and even tried to emulate a few shots from that one. That and Camera Obscura’s ‘French Navy.’ I wanted to add a bit of a narrative in the way that video does.”

Stream the video for “Different Kind of Man” below.


Agnostic Front release video discussion on new album

Agnostic Front release their 12th studio album, Get Loud, via Nuclear Blast on November 8th. Following the recent release of first single “Spray Painted Walls“, the band have uploaded a video discussing the album title and ideas behind the record.

Have a watch below. Album pre-orders are up now.

Stone Lions (pop punk, AU) release video for “Take Me Back”

Aussie pop punks Stone Lions release their debut album Necking On And Kicking Off this Friday (September 27th) via Disconnect Disconnect Records (EU), Pee Records (Australia), and Thousand Islands Records (Canada).

Ahead of the release, the band have put out a video for a track from it, “Take Me Back”. Have a watch below

Grade 2 release video for “Tired Of It” and detail US tour

Isle of Wight, UK street punk trio Grade 2 are to release their third album, and Hellcat Records debut on October 11th. Ahead of the release of Graveyard Island, they’ve put out a video for a track from it, “Tired Of It”.

The band play the US throughout October to support the album, with dates on both sides of the country. Watch the video and check the tour info below.

Dead Words (pop punk) stream new music video, “Kingsley”

Fort Worth, TX pop-punk band Dead Words has just released a video for their song “Kingsley”  which first appeared on their New Year’s Day (2019) release, The Geek Shall Inherit. “Kingsley” takes an in-depth look at the in-between hours of life on the road, and is chock-full of left-over tour footage, exotic pit-stop locations, and formidable mustaches. The boys are just rounding off a five-day “Texas Takeover Tour” with their Long Island friends The Scutches. Stream the video for “Kingsley” below.

Bitch Queens release video for song “City of Class”

Swiss punk-rock quartet Bitch Queens have released a video for their song “City of Class”. The song represents the bands harsh relationship with the place they live. The video features shots of the band playing the new song, as well as the “Golden Ticket” to the city. The song also serves as the title track to the upcoming album due out September 27th via Lux Noise Records.

Check out the new video below.

The last release for Bitch Queens was 2017’s L.O.V.E. 

Microwave release new video for “Mirrors” off new album

Atlanta emo-punks Microwave have released a video for their song “Mirrors” off of their recent album Death is a Warm Blanket, which came out September 13th, via Pure Noise. The video features a young man embarking on a journey to find himself, which he does, literally. The video also features some live shots of the band and some cool effects. Microwave will be out on tour for the next little while in support of the new album.

Check out the new video as well as a list of dates below.

Microwave last released Much Love back in 2017. 

The Kimberly Steaks (pop-punk) release Castlevania themed music video for “Nothing To Think About”

Scottish punk act, The Kimberly Steaks, recently released their new full-length album “Confessions Of A Justified Cynic,” and for those of you video game nerds old enough to remember the original “Castlevania”, you’ll get a kick out of their new music video for “Nothing To Think About” below.

“Confessions Of A Justified Cynic” is streaming on bandcamp where it is also available for pay-what-you-want download. 

Television Supervision (pop-punk) release music video for “Daydreams”

Tampa Bay, FL alternative/punks Television Supervision continue to release new music off their upcoming debut album ‘Waldo,’ out January 17, 2020 via Standby Records.

Check out the latest song and music video “Daydreams” below.

Tiger Army release music video for new song “Devil That You Don’t Know”, stream new album “Retrofuture”

Tiger Army has released a music video for “Devil That You Don’t Know,” taken from their brand new studio album, Retrofuture. Check it out along with the band’s current tour dates below.

“‘Devil That You Don’t Know’ exists because I read a bio about The Cramps,” frontman Nick 13 said of the song’s inspiration. “Lux & Ivy lived in Ohio after abruptly leaving CA under the shadow of legal trouble, prior to starting the band in NYC. While in Ohio, Ivy bought an old fuzz pedal in a pawn shop. I did some research, figured out what it would’ve been and tracked one down. When I plugged it into an early-‘60s Fender Amp with the tremolo way up, this song poured out.”

Retrofuture was released September 13th via Rise Records. Stream the entire album here.