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K-Man & the 45s (ska) streaming “Stand With Youth”

Montreal ska-punks K-Man & The 45s are streaming the title track “Stand With Youth” off of their upcoming album of the same name. The track features the classic ska tones we’ve come to love from the fellas from Quebec. Due out April 19th on Stomp Records, this album promises to be an instant classic for fans of ska.

You can check out the new song below.

This is the first new release from K-Man & The 45s since 2016’s self titled album was released. If you’re a fan of the Planet Smashers or Mustard Plug, these guys have that same upstroke, classic ska sound. 

Bad Luck (pop-punk) streaming new album “Drug Phase”

Brooklyn pop-punks Bad Luck are streaming their latest masterpiece Drug Phase. Released March 29th on Take This To Heart Records, the six song EP features some fun lyrics, catchy riffs and some great songwriting.

Check out the new album below.

This is the first new music from the Brooklyn pop-punks since Noise in Your Head back in 2015. If you’re a fan of The Penske File or Winning Streak these guys are right up your alley.

Get It Together (Melodic-hardcore) streaming new tracks off upcoming album

Scottish melodic-hardcore punks Get It Together are streaming a pair of tracks off of their upcoming LP Live Free. “Worn Out” and “Hole in the Head” come off Live Free which will be released April 26th on Make-That-A-Take Records. Both songs are heavy hitters with a H2O feel to them, straight to the point lyrics mixed with a steady diet of fast-paced guitar riffs, make for a great sound.

Check out the new songs below.

This is the first new music from Get It Together since 2015’s Rebuild, Recover. If you’re a fan of H2O or Madball you will thoroughly enjoy these guys.

Second Youth (punk) releasing new EP “Juvenile”

European punks Second Youth are releasing their latest four song EP Juvenile April 12th. The new EP features four new tracks that have the band getting the most of their own “second youth”. With awareness, romanticism, and great story telling, this four piece is no less than the bigger names in the genre. Get ready for another small yet big masterpiece by Second Youth.

You can check out the video for “Friday Nights” which was released as part of their Mach 2018 EP Dear Road below.

Mobina Galore (folk-punk) streaming new song “Zoe (It Ripped Me Apart)”

Winnipeg folk-punk duet Mobina Galore are streaming their new song “Zoë (It Ripped Me Apart)”. The song is a heat-wrenching ballad about losing a child before they even have a oppurtunity to come into this cruel world. “In November 2016 my cousin Brooke’s world turned upside down when the doctors told her, just a few weeks shy of her babies due date, that there was no heartbeat” says Mobina Galore’s Jenna Priestner.

Check out the beautiful new song below.

All proceeds from this new song will be donated to the Twinkle Star Project. Mobina Galore last released Fade Away back in May of last year. 

The Muslims stream new album, “Mayo Supreme”

You got your first take of The Muslims‘ new album, Mayo Supreme, last week with our premiere of “Fuck the Cistem” and now it’s time to open wide and swallow the rest of this sucker whole. Mayo Supreme releases today (4/1) on Don’t Panic Records and Distro. Check it out below.

THICK (pop punk) sign to Epitaph and release three new songs

Brooklyn pop punk band THICK have signed to Epitaph Records and have released 3 new songs available on spotify. The band formed in the New York DIY/all-ages scene back in 2014 and had previously released two EPs. They cite blink-182 as one of their biggest influences, and you can hear that dripping through in places in a lot of their songs.

Additionally, THICK have also shared a video for the song ‘Green Eyes’. Check out the video below.

Sweet Empire release new LP “A New Cycle”

Dutch punk rock act Sweet Empire have released their new album. A New Cycle is out today (April 1st) via Shield Recordings and is the follow up to their 2014 full-length, Old Ideas Keep Fighting Us.

Have a listen below – and order it from the band’s Bandcamp.

Follow Thru (RI Punk) stream debut EP “Play Hard, Play Fast, Play First”

Rhode Island punks Follow Thru are streaming their debut EP Play Hard, Play Fast, Play First. It is three songs that harken back to the sounds of early 2000’s Midwest/Gainesville punk.

Intrigued? Check out the stream below.

Dexter Holland gives some more insight into the new album from The Offspring

The Offspring guitarist and lead singer Dexter Holland recently gave Kerrang! an update on their new album. Dexter stated:

It sounds like our old shit! That’s what I’m supposed to say, right? I don’t really know how to describe it. I guess it’s punk rock, but then we throw in a couple of songs that aren’t what you’d normally predict. We have a lot of really fast stuff on there, plus a couple of things that you might not really expect from us. But I’m really really happy with it. It’s not completely finished, but it is 98% finished. So we’re trying to put together a plan to release it.

The follow-up to 2012’s Days Go By is reportedly set for release later this year, and Noodles said a while ago that they were working on two albums, though it’s not clear if it will result in separate or double album(s).

Right On, Kid (Pop Punk, NM) Stream Single “Tracer” From Forthcoming EP “When Words Are Enough”

Albuquerque pop punkers Right On, Kid are allowing fans to stream a single from their upcoming EP, When Words Are Enough. The tune chosen to showcase the new five-track release is titled “Tracer” and you can check it out here. It features Ryan Rumchaks from the bands Knuckle Puck and Homesafe on vocals.

Handling the release of When Words Are Enough for Right On, Kid will be on Manic Kat Records.

The previous release from the band was the 2017 EP, Forever Missing Out.


Folk Punk Split: Stoj Snak and Speed Dinosaurs Announce “The Mass Extinction Split” EP

Denmark’s Stöj Snak and play-anywhere UK uke-punks Speed Dinosaurs have announced a split EP. The effort is called The Mass Extinction Split and will feature a total of six tracks – three from each band.

To get fans in the mood for the EP’s release on April 19, both bands have offered up one tune apiece early. You can check out “Fracking” by Speed Dinosaurs and “Drink From the Well” by Stöj Snak below

The most recent new music from Speed Dinosaurs was The Singles Collection in December of last year. Meanwhile, Stöj Snak released the 1,000 Daisies EP in September. 

Rich Widows (Punk, Belgium) Stream Single “All Hope Is Gone” from Forthcoming EP “Love”

Belgian melodic gruff punks Rich Widows have released another track off their soon-to-be-released EP. The song is called “All Hope is Gone”. It was premiered recently by Belgium’s premiere punk rock festival, GROEZROCK, at which the band is due to perform next month.

Rich Widows had the following to say about their latest single:

‘All Hope is Gone’ is about exactly what you think it is about. I guess the whole song can be summed up by the lines “I’m living nightmares while trying to chase dreams”. The more you want to improve as a person, the more you are faced with adversity.”

The EP itself is called Love and it will be due out on April 5 via Lost Youth Records and Nosebleed Records.

For now, you can check out “All Hope is Gone” below.

Edward in Venice (Melodic Hardcore, Italy) Stream Video for “High Tide” from New EP, “Empathy”

Italian melodic hardcore merchants Edward in Venice have a new EP in the works and to get fans in the mood, they’ve been good enough to shoot a video for its lead single. The track chosen is called “High Tide” and you can check it out below.

The band’s vocalist, Filo Greganti, had the following to say about “High Tide”:

We consider ‘High Tide’ to be one of the catchiest and one of the slowest Edward In Venice songs, so it’s going to have a new impact on the listeners. ‘High Tide’ came together easily; we wrote it quickly and it just worked.

The full EP is titled Empathy and features the guitar work of new member to the group Ivan Maioli. Helping Edward in Venice with the release will be the UK’s hard-working Lockjaw Records. Greganti went on to elaborate on the recording process for Empathy:

There was no deadline for ‘Empathy’. There was no rush, which permitted us to perfect every single little thing in the music, artwork and videos, with the support of Lockjaw Records.

The new collection of tunes is the first from Edward in Venice since their 2015 EP, Howler. You can pick it up via Lockjaw Records from April 26 and pre-orders are live now.

Problem Daughter (Punk, UT) Stream New Album, “Grow Up Trash”

Salt Lake City punks Problem Daughter are allowing fans to stream their latest record. The effort is titled Grow Up Trash and features 10 tracks of anthemic, melodic punk rock. Making the release possible is Wiretap Records in the US and Bearded Punk in Europe.

You can check out Grow Up Trash in its entirety below. If you like it, buy it, and keep on supporting great underground music!

The previous release from Problem Daughter was the 2016 EP, Fits of Disorganized Boredom.