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VICTIMS (Crust, Stockholm) release music video for “The Horse And Sparrow Theory”

Swedish crust act VICTIMS have released a music video for their new song, “The Horse And Sparrow Theory,” which is the title track from their upcoming album that is set to be released on June 28th via Relapse Records.

You can check it out below.

VICTIMS last released Sirens in 2016 via Tankcrimes Records.

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.

Punks Against Sweatshops release campaign video

Punk Ethics, a collective project promoting the progressive elements of the global punk scene, recently released a campaign video, “Punks Against Sweatshops,” after working with the anti-sweatshop campaign No Sweat.  The video features members of many punk bands discussing the issue of sweatshops and the contradictions of punk bands singing about social justice and then using sweatshop produced T-shirts for their merch.

You can check out the video, which features Jello Biafra, Steve Ignorant and Penny Rimbaud from Crass, members of Propagandhi, The Rebel Riot and more, below.  If you want to get more involved, you can check out the Punk Ethics website here.

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.

Eat Dirt premiere new music video for “Make Peace”

UK hardcore punks, Eat Dirt are debuting the new music video to their single “Make Peace” off their upcoming album, Death is Death. Death is Death releases on Bearded Punk Records June 3 and to spice things up a bit the band is offering a highly fashionable package deal (which are always fun), available at the pre-sale link here. Eat Dirt has become a regular setting in the UK DIY circuit since their inception in 2017, celebrated for their unrelenting hardcore infused street punk and rowdy performances, one of which is on display in this new concert-style video.

Their lead singer Ben breaks down “Make Peace” in a statement:

“Our song ‘Make Peace’ is about not allowing yourself to give up on growing and evolving as a person. It’s a rallying call to make a difference in your life and not stagnate, and become a bigot. Too many times people get stuck in their ways and not see the world from the other side of the coin. This song is about becoming the best version of yourself and not dying emotionally and intellectually.”

Stream the new video for “Make Peace” below.

The Planet Smashers release video for “Too Much Information” off of upcoming album

Canadian ska legends The Planet Smashers have released a video for their new song “Too Much Information” which just so happens to be the title track to their new album which is out next week. Stomp Records will be releasing the new album and to celebrate the new music, the boys will be out touring and no doubt guzzling some brews and sharing their maple-flavored ska with our friends to the South.

You can check out the video for “Too Much Information” below.

The Planet Smashers last release was Mixed Messages back in 2014. If you’re a fan of The Toasters or The Specials then The Planet Smashers are for you, eh! 

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.

Watch the Video for Petrol Girls’ “Big Mouth”

The first single off UK punks Petrol Girls‘ upcoming album, Cut & Stitch is called “Big Mouth” and you can watch the official video below.

The band was recently mentioned in a New York Times article, noting the video and song “is a paean to speaking up and breaking out.” It features the voice of Poly Styrene from “Oh Bondage, Up Yours” and from the sound of it, Petrol Girls are about to unleash one hell of an album.

Cut & Stitch will be out May 24th on Hassle Records.

Watch Failing Up’s New Video For “Deal With This”

Los Angeles’ Failing Up have just released a video for the first single off their new EP, Sword and the Wall,  titled”Deal With This.” The band’s latest offering is a six-song skate punk rager with strong rhythm and harmonies, ideal for fans of NOFX and Lagwagon, but female-fronted.

You can watch the video, as well as stream their EP, below.

DS Exclusive: Mono in Stereo premiere new music video, “The Conversation” (ffo: Menzingers, OWTH)

“We can hang out here, but we can’t hang out too long because this conversation is going nowhere.” “The Conversation” is the newest single from Mono in Stereo, a punk rock outfit out of Rockford, IL playing heartland rock and roll, “melding the seemingly disparate influences of Bruce Springsteen, ’80s hardcore, alt country, and classic mid-western punk… sincere songwriting, no-nonsense tunes, and choruses that practically explode out of your earbuds. While in many ways similar to more recent bands like the Menzingers, Off With Their Heads and The Hold Steady, Mono In Stereo owes just as much to the mid-western legacy of Husker Du, The Replacements, Naked Raygun and Pegboy.”

Can’t Stop the Bleeding is the title of their newest EP being released on Rum Bar Records June 21 and promises “great songs with lyrics that speak to the human experience. Pop open a cold one, drop the needle, have a seat, and let these songs sink in. It’s going to be a fine summer. Everything is going to be alright. We just know it will.”  You can pre-order those tracks on vinyl/CD/digital here.

Dying Scene is proud to host the exclusive music video premiere of “The Conversation” today, below. It’s a mono-chromatic rendition played on a semi-hollow body guitar and crosses bridges and empty rooms . It’s streaming straight from the Midwest so crack open a cold one and drop the needle, young scenesters. If you’ve ever had the “sneaking suspicion that you’re screaming at a wall” then this one’s for you.

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.

Eat The Evidence (Ska, UK) Lament Festival Foolery in Video for “Sicky Slip”

London-based ska ensemble Eat The Evidence have put out an hilarious new video for their track “Sicky Slip”. The tune celebrates the band’s roadie who apparently took a tumble on his own vomit pissed up at Boom Town Fair festival. Since he was  unable to help the group with load in, he has become the victim of a savage musical roast.

Check out “Sicky Slip” below. Enjoy!

Polar release video for “Devil”

Guildford, UK hardcore exports Polar have just released their fourth album, Nova, via Arising Empire. Now the band have released a video for “Devil” from the record.

The band tour Europe next month to promote the album. Watch the video and check out the dates below.

Video : Stuck Out Here – “For You, For Me”

Toronto’s Stuck Out Here have released a video for the first single “For You, For Me”, off their upcoming album, Until We’re Each Someone Else. 

Singer/guitarist Ivan Raczyki says of the song: ‘“For You, For Me” was written as an empathetic ode to my old partner who tried to console me after my dad had passed away, as imagined from her perspective. Though our love languages were in totally different dialects, she still stood by my side, even as I was frustratingly inconsolable. The love she gave in that trying moment is a testament to the strength and quality of her character and I wanted to reflect that.”

Check out the video below.

Until We’re Each Someone Else is out May 31 on Get Party! Records/Must Be Nice Records.