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New video from Backdrop Falls – “Out Of My Mess”

Backdrop Falls has just released the music video of “Out of My Mess,” off their latest album There’s No Such Place As Home. The band says the video is a tribute to women, and a mirror of the video “True North” by Bad Religion.

You can watch the brand-new video below.



Protagonist release video for “Jean Jackets in June”

Hailing from Florida, Protagonist have released a new video for the single, “Jean Jackets in June” off their EP by the same name.

You can watch the melodic punk video below.



Colorsfade (skate punk) release video for “Disaster”

Canadian skate punk Colorsfade have released a new music video for the song “Disaster”, off their album In Real Time, released last year. You can check it out below.



New video from PUP, “Sibling Rivalry”out now

Pup have released a new animated video for the song off their latest album Morbid Stuff, “Sibling Rivalry” which is illustrated by the band’s own Stefan, who says of the video:

“This song is about weirdo camping trips my sister and I take every year. We’ve gotten lost in the Northwest Territories, spent 3 weeks drifting down a river in the Yukon, and have been stranded in a blizzard on Cape Horn. Almost all of these trips end in disaster, which I guess means we are really bad at camping. But they are also some of the most fun things I’ve ever done in my life.

I started drawing comics to try and tell some of these stories, and those comics formed the basis of this video. The thing is, I’m really really bad at drawing. I draw like a 5 year old, but I love doing it. There’s something liberating about diving headfirst into something you know is going to turn out like absolute trash. Luckily for me and the puppies, we have a friend named Marty MacPherson who is an incredible artist and animator, and he really helped bring these stories to life, and injected a ton of his own personality into the thing.”

Check out the video for “Sibling Rivalry” below.



Project Revise premiere new music video, “Just a Story”

Here’s some brand spankin’ new tunage out of the UK from pop/skatepunk trio, Project Revise. The boys have been pumping out these videos for awhile now, covering every track off their last EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs (2017), and now moving on to work on their next scheduled EP which is already under way. So, here’s yet ANOTHER Dying Scene premiere for a finely executed music video from our friends at Project Revise. This one if called “Just a Story” and it’s streaming at you live from the comfort of your own living room below.

If you’re in the area, be sure and check them out opening for The Bottom Line at The Sunflower Lounge in Birmingham, UK on July 9. 



Next Year (pop punk) release new video for ‘Dopamine’ and sign with Standby Records

UK pop-punk band Next Year have signed with Standby Records who will release the band’s new EP ‘Waterfalls’ on August 30. The four-piece, from Leicester, formed in October 2017 and have a sound that throws back to the early 2000s UK sound (think of Not Katies, Fastlane or My Awesome Compilation).

The band have also released a video for the song ‘Dopamine’ which features on the upcoming EP. Check it out below.



Assembly of Arsonists (Piano-Punk, AZ) release music video for “Can’t Follow Ghosts”

Piano-driven punk outfit Assembly of Arsonists have just released a new video for their song “Can’t Follow Ghosts,” which comes from their latest album. The End Is Dear, that was released on May 31st, 2019.

You can check out the video below.

The previous effort from the post-folk ensemble was the Hostility/Heartbreak split with Diego Galvan.



The Take release video for “Revolution Now”

The Take, who feature Will Shepler, (Agnostic Front, Madball) Scott Roberts, (Biohazard, Spudmonsters) and Carlos Congate (45 Adapters, Urban Noise, Legion 76), have released a video for “Revolution Now”. The track is taken from their eponymously titled debut album, out now on Demons Run Amok Entertainment.

Have a watch below.



Watch Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers perform “The Apology Song”

A Fistful of Vinyl recently filmed Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers performing live at the Troubadour in LA and have uploaded a performance of “The Apology Song” on their YouTube channel. More footage of the band is to follow.

Have a watch below.



New Video: The Old Firm Casuals – “Casual Rock-N-Roll”

Lace up your boots and roll up your jeans, gang…the latest video from The Old Firm Casuals is finally upon us!

It’s for the track “Casual Rock-N-Roll” from the band’s latest effort, Holger Danske, which was released back in March on Pirates Press Records. The title is a reference to the way the band’s frontman, Lars Frederiksen, characterizes their sound; as he told us when we chatted a few months ago, “At the end of the day, yeah we’re a punk band, yeah we’re a street punk band, yeah we’re an Oi! band, but basically what we are and always have been … is a “casual rock and roll band!”

Check out the video for “Casual Rock-N-Roll” below, and head here to find out where you can catch Lars and the fellas live this summer!



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.



New video from Lay It On The Line!

UK melodic hardcore band Lay It On The Line have released a video for ‘A Serious House on Serious Earth’. The song is the final single from their debut album, The Black Museum that was released in 2017 on Disconnect Disconnect Records. The band are currently working on their second album.

Check out the video below.



DS Exclusive: The Kreutzer Sonata (street punk) premiere new music video, “Feasts and Famines”

The fine folks at Don’t Panic Records and Distro just hooked Dying Scene up with Chicago street punks The Kreutzer Sonata‘s sweet new video premiere for “Feasts and Famines”. Dropping bombs in my inbox to explode on all you lucky young readers is what they’re good for, and this time is no exception. “Feasts and Famines” is off The Kreutzer Sonata’s upcoming album The Rosehill Gates and is essentially a video collage of shots from the band’s recent spring tour through the United States and Canada set to a prideful ballad of generations through entropy, resolved in the weltschmerz to expropriate a legacy of glory out of the chaos of it all. Balance and Dynamism in crust punk? I can dig it.

Visually you’re swimming through dive bars and stages to congested highways and deserted fairgrounds with a stop along the way at a pretty sweet looking skatepark somewhere. If you’re in the know and wanna give your humble, handsome writer-friend some directions please feel free to do so.

The Kreutzer Sonata has been rolling around partying and cranking out tunes since 2011. The Rosehill Gatewill be their third full-length and is set to drop on June 28 with a record release show featuring The Oi! Scouts, Corrupted Youth, and Uglybones held at Chicago’s Liar’s Club to take place on July 7. Don’t Panic has teamed up with No Time Records to press 500 copies on vinyl for the occasion – 100 of which will be pinwheel pink and blue – along with a small run of cassettes as well, limited to 100 copies. Pre-orders for The Rosehill Gates are available here. Stream that new video below.



The Brass Action (ska) release video for “Disposable Razors”

British Columbia ska act The Brass Action have released a stellar new video for their song “Disposable Razors” off of the band’s latest release Brouhaha. The video features a middle-age-ish man out skankin’ about the town. Literally. Awesome!

Check out the video for yourself here.

The Brass Action released Brouhaha back in April of this year. If you’re a fan of The B-Sharps or Mustard Plug, you will no doubt enjoy these guys.



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.