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Craig’s Brother Laments Vocalist’s Daughter on Moving Single “Follow Your Heart-Meilynn’s Song”

Veteran melodic punk rock outfit Craig’s Brother have a special new single out. It’s was written for the daughter of the band’s vocalist, Ted Bond. The video for the effort shows a video call between Ted and daughter Meilynn during which he shows her the track for the first time. It’s genuinely heartwarming stuff and a ripper of a tune to boot. I’d be well chuffed if my Dad could knock out banging melodic punk rock like that!

You can check out “Follow Your Heart-Meilynn’s Song” below. It also features on the band’s recently released EP, The Devil’s in the Details, as well as Indie Vision Music’s Family & Friends Sampler Vol. 1.



Much the Same Are Back! Here’s the First Single “Snakes in the Grass” From Forthcoming Album “Everything is Fine”

Chicago skate punk legends Much The Same are back with a new album. It’s called Everything is Fine and to get you lot in the mood for it, the band have put out a video for lead single “Snakes in the Grass”.

Everything Is Fine will feature nine brand new tracks and if “Snakes in the Grass” is anything to go by, it’ll be a belter. The record is due to be released on 26 July 2019 in partnership with Lockjaw Records in the UK & Europe, Thousand Islands Records in Canada, and Pee Records in Australia.

Check out “Snakes in the Grass” below and if you like it be sure to pre-order your copy here. The LP of Everything is Fine is available in two funky colour variations and the band also have the 2006 classic Survive on vinyl for the first time ever.



Roseview (Melodic Hardcore, ME) Stream Video for Acoustic Track “December” With New Vocalist

Portland, Maine’s Roseview have released a music video for an acoustic version of their song “December.” The band have teamed up with the super talented ballerina, Rhiannon Gurrette, to create a video that apparently documents the the struggles the band have dealt with both personally and collectively.

The track is the first with the band’s new vocalist, Keanu Papassavas. He shared the following about “December”:

“‘December’ is about working through your pain. Every step of the journey is important and part of the bigger picture. You must keep moving forward, no matter how hard it is.” 

Equipped with their new singer, Roseview will be hitting the road this summer, supporting Rarity as a part of the “The Longest Lonesome Tour.” In addition, the band will be playing Roadblock Music Festival in Providence, RI on July 27th alongside Bad Religion, The Menzingers, and Charly Bliss. 

You can check out the video for “December”, as well as more details about the shows below.



DS Exclusive: Reunions premiere video for “Light Left On” ahead of upcoming “Winter Heart, Summer Skin” LP

San Francisco melodic punks, Reunions are debuting their newest video set to the single “Light Left On”, a song off their upcoming release Winter Heart, Summer Skin. The new 10-track LP – the product of two years of writing and recording from a band with a self-proclaimed life on the side, (I wont be the one to make that judgement) dad-ing and dog dad-ing and whatnot – is set to release on June 21, here. You can enjoy a sample via the music video “Light Left On” below.

“Light Left On tries to take a look at the parts of our biology that make us who we are, for better and worse, and how we find a way to fight through the feeling of wanting to be someone/somewhere else. Biology is a direction but not destiny.” –Eric (Guitar/Vocals)



The Dollyrots release new lyric video for “In Your Face”; announce summer tour

The Dollyrots‘ new album, Daydream Explosion is out July 12 via Wicked Cool/The Orchard, but you can see a video for the second single from the album, “In Your Face” today.  The album is available for pre-order here, and “In Your Face”, as well as “Everything” – the first two singles – are instant downloads for anyone who orders the album.

You can watch the video, as well as catch up on the band’s summer tour dates, below.



Zig Zags (punk/metal, LA) release music video for “Punk Fucking Metal”

Los Angeles punk/metal act Zig Zags have released a video for their song “Punk Fucking Metal” which comes from the bands’ latest album, They’ll Never Take Us Alive, that was released on May 10th via RidingEasy Records.

You can check it out below.

Zig Zags last released a live split with Feral Ohms in April 2018.



Jon Christopherson (Raygun Cowboys) shares cover of Misfits classic “Skulls”

Raygun Cowboys‘ singer Jōn Christopherson has released an amazingly stunning video of himself playing The Misfits classic “Skulls”. Played in what appears to be the comfort of a log cabin in the Alberta wilderness, Jōn uses his one-of-a-kind voice to transform the classic into a wonderful sounding maple-coated ode to The Misfits.

You can check out the cover below.

Raygun Cowboys last released The Cowboy Code back in 2017. If you’ve never heard or listened to the Raygun Cowboys do your ears a favor and go check them oot. 



Gutter Demons (Psychobilly) Release Video for “Ghostrider”

Canadian psychobilly three-piece Gutter Demons have released a new video for their song “Ghostrider”. The song comes off the band’s latest release No God, No Ghost, No Saints. The video is a mixture of the fellas playing their brand of psycho-punk, all the while it seems there is a spaghetti Western playing in the background. Made hazy by the Virtual Boy camera filter, the song is clear as a bell however and as always encapsulates the wonderfully full sound of the Canadian psychobilly scene.

Check out the new video below as well as a full list of tour dates.

The latest release for Gutter Demons, as mentioned above was No God, No Ghost, No Saints, which was released back in November of last year. If you’re a fan of Raygun Cowboys you will fully enjoy the sounds of Gutter Demons.



Brand New Lungs (Punk) streaming video for song “90’s Pop Songs”

Montreal-based melodic-punks Brand New Lungs have released a video for their song “90’s Pop Songs”. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album Like Wildfire, which is scheduled to be released June 14th through Thousand Islands Records. Featuring some workout scenes, a nude painting in progress, and some woodworking, this video has all the things most middle-aged punks spend their weekend avoiding. The song itself is a gem and has me pulling out the rye-whiskey in anticipation for the album.

You can check out the new video below.

The upcoming album Like Wildfire also happens to be the début album for the French-Canadian punks. If you’re a fan of  Digger or The Penske File you will want to give these guys a listen.



Die My Demon (Hardcore, Belgium) release video for “No Way Out”

Belgian hardcore band Die My Demon have released a video for “No Way Out”. The video was premiered via Blank TV. The track is taken from new album Fear the One…. That Kills the Soul, which is out June 5th via Demons Run Amok.

You can have a watch below.



The Aggrolites release video for “Pound For Pound”

The Aggrolites, who recently released their album REGGAE NOW! via Pirates Press Records have released a video for a track from it. You can watch “Pound For Pound” below.

You can order physical copies of the record from the label now.



Boston Manor release new single “Liquid” and announce tour dates

Boston Manor have released a video for new track “Liquid”. The song is also up on all the usual digital platforms as a single now. Have a watch below.

The band have also announced a ton of tour dates on both sides of the pond. Check them out in full below, too.



Bowling For Soup cover Suicide Machines’ “Sometimes I Don’t Mind”

Bowling For Soup have released a cover of Suicide Machines’ “Sometimes I Don’t Mind” as a new single. The track, which is part of their 25th anniversary plans, has an accompanying video, which you can watch below.

Upcoming dates to mark their quarter century are up on their website.



Lee Resistant and The Lost premiere new video, “Least Resistant”

“Stand up and fight. Let’s take our war into these streets tonight.”

Lee Resistant and The Lost are a London punk outfit fresh off the release of their debut EP, Thirteen Years Gone By… 

Of that, I’ve taken the liberty of swiping a little history on the band for reference, “Lee Resistant is the former frontman of acclaimed British punk band Fletcher, signed to Deck Cheese Records in the UK and Pyropit Records in Japan, and it is this pedigree that the Thirteen Years Gone By… EP tips it’s hat to, with re-recorded versions of songs from Lee’s back catalog, and the cover also referencing Fletcher’s 2003 album, My Revenge.”

Lee says: “Once I decided that I wanted to end 20l8 with a full band show, it was an easy decision to add some of the old songs into the set. I still think that the Fletcher material holds up well after all this time, and I honestly thought that I would never get to play those songs in a band situation again, so it was a lot of fun to give them a new lease of life… I think [re-recording old material] is a good way to bridge the gap between the music I made in the early 2000s to the music I’m making now, almost like a reintroduction, while we work on the LRATL full-length record.”

They are debuting a concert video for track number one on that EP, “Least Resistant”, today. You can stream that music video below.



BAT! (Psychobilly, CA) Stream Video for Cover of “Tainted Love”, Announce Tour Dates

Los Angeles-based crime-fighting supergroup BAT! have just unveiled a psychobilly-infused cover version of Gloria Jones’ “Tainted Love”. To accompany the release, the band have announced a handful of West Coast tour dates too. 

You can check out “Tainted Love”, as well as the tour dates below.

The previous music from BAT! was a collection of cover versions titled Bat Music for Bat People.