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Ink Bomb (skate-punk) stream new single “Ploughshares”

Dutch skate-punks Ink Bomb are streaming their latest single “Ploughshares”. This is the third single released this summer by the band, and the new song will be on their upcoming album Fiction. Due out August 23rd, Ink Bomb has released two other singles in anticipation of the new album.

You can check out the new song below.

This is the first new music from Ink Bomb since their 2017 release Swim. If you’re a fan of Pulley or newer Ten Foot Pole, these guys are for you.



The Shorts (punk ) release lyric video for new single “The Drugs”

Australian three-piece punks The Shorts have released a lyric video for their new single “The Drugs”. No word on whether the new song is a part of a bigger project, having found a home on the always growing Thousand Islands Records, one can only hope some more new music is on the way.

Check out the new video below.

This is the first new music for The Shorts since they released the EP Bunker Monkey last year.



The Mizzerables (punk) release lyric video for new song “Whatever…This Sucks”

Chicago punks The Mizzerables have released a lyric video for the title track to their upcoming album “Whatever…This Sucks”. The new album was recorded by 88 Fingers Louie guitarist Dan Precision, at his Bomb Shelter Studio. Due out August 23rd via Whoa! Records, this one is shaping up to be a gem.

Check out the new song below.

This is the first new music from The Mizzerables since their 2017 EP Sleeves. If you’re a fan of Green Day, these guys have kind of the same sound as earlier Green Day.



Introducing Green Day-esque pop-punk act Television Supervision, watch music video for “Gimme A Girl”

Tampa Bay, FL alternative/punks Television Supervision have signed with Standby Records and will release their debut album ‘Waldo’ on January 17, 2020. If you dig the pop-punk vibe of old school Green Day you’ll wanna add these guys to your radar.

Checkout a video for their first single “Gimme A Girl” below.



Teenage Bottlerocket to release split 7-inch with Human Robots via Fat Wreck Chords

Guess what? Teenage Bottlerocket has a new release, and it’s called Teenage Bottlerocket vs. Human Robots! The split 7” comes out on September 6th via Fat Wreck Chords, and you can pre-order it here. Additionally, TBR will be tearing it up, headlining the FAT TOUR, which kicks off this month! Check out what Ray Bottlerocket had to say about the 7” and teaming up with his son Milo, below.

“Hello all! When Teenage Bottlerocket was at the Blasting Room working on “Stay Rad,” my son Milo came to the studio and recorded two songs with his band Human Robots. It wasn’t hard getting his band together, because Milo plays all the instruments and sings on the two songs he wrote. I guess it’s a one-man band (yes, he has no friends). His songs turned out great, and we somehow convinced Fat Wreck Chords to release a split 7” featuring the TBR songs “Olivia Goes to Bolivia” and “Everything To Me,” as well as the Human Robots songs “Step On Em All” and “I Want to Hang Out With You.” Chris Shary did the artwork, and it all turned out great. This is the best split since Taco Bell teamed up with KFC! I love sharing this rock n roll life with my son, Milo. Look out world; Human Robots are stoked to shred and ready to party!”

Speaking of party, the 2019 Fat Tour is just around the corner. Check out the dates and locations below.



Comminor release video for single “Work Ethics of a Working Girl”

Swedish punks Comminor have just announced they have a new video for their single, “Work Ethics of a Working Girl.”

From Comminor on the new video and single:

We just wanted to say fuck the patriarchy with a song and this is the result. 

The video reflects on stuff we felt writing the song, fucked up new (and old) abortion laws, women getting raped by men that get away with it and a bunch of other vile things. Sadly it’s a long list.

It’s one of the faster and harder songs that will appear on our upcoming album Answering Machine For Broken Dreams that is planned to be released in September 2019.”

Check out the new video below!



Might As Well Fest announce first bands for 2019

London’s Might As Well Fest has announced the first stream of acts for it’s fifth edition. The annual event will once again take place at The New Cross Inn over October 18 and 19. As with every year, MIAWF will be supporting a charity with proceeds this time going to Heads Above The Waves.

So far, Weatherstate have been announced as headliners for the Friday, and Crazy Arm for the Saturday. The Burnt Tapes, Fintan Stack, Weblessthismess and Pacer are also among those performing.

Tickets are available here.



Gold Bloom (pop-punk, UK) release music video for “Crosshairs”

UK pop-punk act Gold Bloom have released a new music video for their song, “Crosshairs.”

You can check it out below.

“Crosshairs” comes from the bands’ debut EP, At Long Last, which was released on June 3rd, 2019.



18th & Addison (pop-punk, NJ) release music video for “Leeches”

New Jersey pop-punk duo 18th & Addison have released a video for their song “Leeches,” which comes from their upcoming EP that is set to be released in September via Wiretap Records.

You can check out the video below.

18th & Addison last released Vultures in 2018.



Misfortune Cookie (Pop Punk, UK) Announce Debut Album “Heavy Seas” Stream Track “All Dogs Are Nina”

Fresh UK-based pop punk ensemble Misfortune Cookie have just announced that they will release their debut album on September 27. It is titled Heavy Seas and helping the band with the release will be Everything Sucks Music. 

If you can’t wait until the end of next month, you’ll be happy to hear that Misfortune Cookie have put a track out early. It’s called “All Dogs Are Nina” and you can check it out below.



Stream “Darkside” off Blink 182’s upcoming album “Nine”

For those of you that haven’t written off Blink 182, you can stream “Darkside,” a new single from their upcoming album “Nine,” below.

“Nine” is due out September 20th and marks the band’s second new album since co-founder Tom Delonge was replaced by Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba.



Mean Jeans announce US tour dates, stream “Stuck In A Head” off upcoming album “Gigantic Sike”

On August 30th Fat Wreck Chords will be releasing “Giant Sike,” the new album from Portland, Oregon pop-punkers Mean Jeans. To make sure you’re properly psyched the band has premiered “Stuck In A Head,” a new single from the pending release. Check it out below along with the band’s forthcoming tour dates with Teenage Bottlerocket and Clowns.



See You Smile premiere music video for new track “Superman”

Tokyo, Japan based pop-punks See You Smile have premiered a music video for a brand new track titled “Superman.” You can check it out below.

The track is set to be released as part of a single on August 14th. SUPERMAN will be released through Octave Records in Japan. The track also has English lyric consultation from former After Tonight frontman Kensuke Yamamoto.



DS Exclusive: No Matter premier new EP, “Excess Baggage”

Here’s a treat: some really great straight-forward pop punk out of Belfast the likes of Descendents, Screeching Weasel, and Millencolin. No Matter has a new 8-track EP on the way August 2 via Umlaut Records (their second Umlaut release) and man, is it a smasher! It’s full of witty lyricism, harmonizing vocals and that back-to-basics no-hesitation punk rock playing that has consistently drawn the faithful back to those three trusty chords.  “What’s the point in doing anything if nothing’s worth the while. Is it ok just to crack up when it’s hard to crack a smile?” – That’s just a sample of the ample head-turning smile inducing phrases you may catch yourself repeating throughout the day after listening to this album

Excess Baggage is up for grabs here ,with Cd + T-Shirt bundles available as well. You can stream Excess Baggage in it’s entirety below, two-days early and exclusively on-site for no other reason than that we love you. Excess Baggage is a total banger that’s going to take you on a nice little trip you can listen to on repeat again and again. I don’t want to call this No Matter’s Dookie for fear it might jinx them, but somebody somewhere definitely took a shit and something absolutely beautiful popped out.

Be sure to catch No Matter at Punk Rock Holiday in Slovenia which they will be visiting for the second time. Previously, No Matter has also toured Europe, made a stop at Pouzza, and played with Anti Flag, Gnarwolves, RVIVR and D.O.A.



Break-Ups (Punk Rock, London UK) release self-titled album

London’s Break-Ups have sneakily released their self-titled album via Everything Sucks. The album features 11 searing punk rock tracks FFO Gaslight Anthem, The Menzingers and The Attika State.

The album’s been in the works for three years and is fresh off the press in a good streaming service near you.

Check it out below.