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Coast To Coast release music video for “Empty”

Japan easycore/pop punk act Coast To Coast have released the music video for their song “Empty.”

You can check it out below.

The song appears on their debut EP “Lessons Learned” which was released through Maxtreme Records.



Nice Shot, Kid (easycore) stream 2 new songs off upcoming EP “Personal Space”

Long Island, NY’s Nice Shot, Kid is making a bid for Warped Tour’s Battle of the Bands, and they released 2 new tracks for fans to vote on.  You can give them a listen (and vote, if you choose to) here.

Both tracks, “Shelf Life” and “Cornered,” will appear on the band’s new EP, Personal Space, which will be their first release since 2014’s Setbacks.



Four Year Strong premiere new song “We All Float Down Here” off upcoming album

Massachusetts pop punk act Four Year Strong have just premiered the first new song off their upcoming self-titled release.  It’s called “We All Float Down Here” and you can give it a listen below.

The band recently revealed that their self-titled, fifth full-length album will be released on June 2, 2015 through Pure Noise Records.

Four Year Strong will serve as a follow-up to both the band’s Go Down in History EP (released July 22, 2014) and their fourth album, In Some Way, Shape, or Form (released November 8, 2011 through Decaydance / Universal Records). You can catch the band on tour with The Story So FarTerror and Souvenirs later this year.



Dorm Patrol (easycore) stream new album “Alleycat Blues”

Swedish easycore act, Dorm Patrol, are streaming their new full-length album titled “Alleycat Blues” in full and you can give it a listen below.

The album was officially released on March 28th and is a follow up to 2013′s “Big Apple, 3AM”.



Dorm Patrol (easycore) announce new album “Alleycat Blues”, stream new song “Greatness Awaits”

Swedish easycore act, Dorm Patrol, will be releasing a new full-length album titled “Alleycat Blues” on March 28th.  To get a taste of what’s in store on the release you can stream “Greatness Awaits”, a new song off the release below.

“Alleycat Blues” is a follow-up to 2013’s “Big Apple, 3AM”.



Like Pacific stream new EP in full

Toronto easycore-punk act Like Pacific released their self titled EP yesterday and are now streaming the full thing for you to listen to.You can check it all out right here.

Like Pacific recently signed with Pure Noise Records. This is their first release on the label, which you can purchase here.



Like Pacific (easycore) release music video for “Eviction”

Toronto easycore-punk act Like Pacific have released a music video for their song “Eviction” off their upcoming self-titled EP and you can check it out below.

Like Pacific will be releasing Like Pacific on January 20, 2015 via Pure Noise Records.  Pre-orders for the EP are available here.



Like Pacific (easycore) stream new song “Clarity”

Toronto easycore-punk act Like Pacific has released a stream of a new song titled “Clarity”. The track is set to appear on the band’s upcoming self-titled EP, and you can give it a listen below.

Like Pacific will be releasing Like Pacific on January 20, 2015 via Pure Noise Records. The band previously released another new song, “Suffering”, which you can listen to here. Pre-orders for the EP are available here.



Like Pacific (easycore) signs to Pure Noise Records; announces self-titled EP, streams new song “Suffering”

Toronto easycore-punk act Like Pacific has announced that they have signed with Pure Noise Records. The band will be releasing Like Pacific, their debut EP for the label, on January 20, 2015. To give fans a taste for what to expect on the new EP, the band has released a stream of a new song titled “Suffering”, which you can listen to here.

The band will also be heading out on some US tour dates in January. You can check out the dates and the track list for the new EP below. While you wait for its release, you can pre-order Like Pacific right here.



Dear You announce winter tour

Texas pop punk trio Dear You have just announced that they will be going on a winter tour through the United States throughout December. While they have not announced specific dates and locations for the upcoming gigs, you can find out general areas in which they will be playing on the flyer above. We will be sure to keep you updated once more specifics are released on the upcoming tour, which should be sometime in November.

The group’s latest release was their EP titled I Can Only Blame Myself which was launched October 14th via Third String Records.



Full EP Stream: Dear You – “I Can Only Blame Myself”

Texas pop punk trio Dear You is currently streaming their upcoming EP “I Can Only Blame Myself” in its entirety. Check it out here.

“I Can Only Blame Myself” will be released October 14th via Third String Records.

 



Music Video: Dear You – “This Is How You Rewrote Yourself”

Texas pop punk trio Dear You has just published a new music video for their song, “This Is How You Rewrote Yourself”.

The song will appear on the band’s upcoming new EP, “I Can Only Blame Myself”, which will be self-released on October 14th.

Check out the music video below.



Dear You release teaser for new single, “This Is How You Rewrote Yourself”

Texan pop punk trio Dear You have posted a teaser for their new EP, I Can Only Blame Myself, which will be self-released on October 14th.

The preview shows a little hint of their new song, “This Is How You Rewrote Yourself,” as well as a glimpse at the video for the track.  You can check it out below.



New Video: Dear You – “Castles”

Beaumont, Texas-based pop-punk act Dear You have filmed there first video since the amicable departure of their now-former bass player. IT’s for the track “Castles” which, lo and behold, deals with that very individual’s departure. Check it out below.

“Castles” is the premier single from Dear You’s forthcoming EP, I Can Only Blame Myself, due this October. Stay tuned for more details.



Dear You announce “I Can Only Blame Myself” EP; release lyric video for new song “Castles”

Texan pop punk act Dear You have announced that they will be releasing a brand new EP titled I Can Only Blame Myself this coming October. The EP will be the band’s first release as a three piece after the amicable departure of their bassist. To prep for the release, the band has also released a lyric video for the EP’s first single, titled “Castles”.

You can watch the video for “Castles” below.