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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. 



Russian Girlfriends release video for “Redfield”

Albuquerque, New Mexico punks Russian Girlfriends just released their new album, In The Parlance Of Our Times, on June 21st via A-F Records. To mark the momentous event, they’ve released a video for a track from it.

Have a watch of “Redfield” below.



Chaser put out European Tour recap video

Southern California skate-punk act Chaser toured Europe recently and they’ve put up a video that chronicles their trip. The footage is set to “The Uprising”, from their current album Sound The Sirens, which came out last year.

Check it out below.



The Highdives release video for “Sophomore”

Canadian gruff punks The Highdives have released a video for ‘Sophomore’, a track from their Ocean Blood album, which came out earlier this year.

Have a watch below.



Uncle Djuzeppe & the Mob Release New Video for “Drama Queen”

New York City ska punks Uncle Djuzeppe & The Mob have released a video for their song “Drama Queen.” The song has some strong gypsy punk vibes and came out in January.

You can watch the video for “Drama Queen” below and download the song for free over at UD&TM’s Bandcamp page.

 



Mike Herrera (MxPx) records new version of ‘Don’t Walk Away’

Mike Herrera, frontman of MxPx, has shared a new version of the song ‘Don’t Walk Away’. The original version of the song first appeared on the 2003 studio album ‘Before Everything and After’. Mike and his wife Holli were recently featured on the tv show ‘Fixer Upper’ where work was done on their home in Texas. A plaque was installed in the kitchen with the lyrics to this song, this can be seen at the beginning of the video.

Check out the video for the new, stripped back version below.



Sum 41 share video for new single ‘Never There’

Sum 41 have released another single from their upcoming seventh studio album, Order In Decline, out July 19 via Hopeless Records. The video for the new song has the theme of a broken home. The song is a slower, more stripped back affair compared to the other two heavier singles released so far.

Check out the video below.



Good Shade (Garage Punk) release new video, announce tour dates

Columbus garage punk act Good Shade have released a new video for their song “Must Have Been.”

You can check that out along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates below.

“Must Have Been” comes from the bands’ latest album, Way Out, that was released on February 15th via Dirtnap Records.



Off With Their Heads announce new album, stream new video

Off With Their Heads have announced their new album, Be Good, which is set to be released on August 16th via Epitaph Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new album, the band has released a video for the first single, “Disappear,” featuring the wonderful Kyle Kinane.  You can check it out below.

Off With Their Heads last released Home in 2013 via Epitaph.



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.



Billy Liar (folk punk) releases lyric video for “The Righteous & The Rats”

Scottish folk punk Billy Liar has released a lyric video for his new song “The Righteous & The Rats.”

You can check it out below.

“The Righteous & The Rats” comes from Billy Liar’s upcoming debut album, Some Legacy, which is set to be released on June 21st via Red Scare.



Piffbreak Arcade release music video for “Lie To Me”

Ontario’s Piffbreak Arcade have released a new music video for their single “Lie To Me.”

You can check it out below.

“Lie To Me” was released on April 20th, 2019.



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.



The Atom Age release video for new single “Walk Through Walls”


California “maximum R&B surf stompers” The Atom Age have released a video for their new single “Walk Through Walls”. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album Cry Til’ You Die, which is due out August 23rd via Tiger Dream and Asian Man Records. The video features shots of the band playing, as well as some BDSM between a leather clad human-dog and an actual dog, at least that’s my take on it.

Check it out for yourself below.

This is the first new music from The Atom Age since Hot Shame which was released back in 2015. 



Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers release video for “The Hotel Song”

Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers have released a video for “The Hotel Song”, which came from the band’s début album Bought To Rot. The video features all the comforts of a modern-day motel room, animated to keep it fresh. Laura Jane Grace had this to say about the song: “’The Hotel Song’ is my tribute to hotel and motel rooms across the world,” Grace says. “Regardless of bed sheet thread count, shampoo and conditioner quality, or Wi-Fi speed, I am thankful to all the rented rooms that have offered me refugee & rest over the years while touring across the world.”

You can check out the video below.

As mentioned above, Bought To Rot is the début record for Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers. The band is also headed over? down? to Australia for a string of shows, which you will find below the new video.