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Check Out Dad Brains’ new video for “Father’s Day”

I sense a theme here. California punks Dad Brains are releasing a new EP, “Dadditude” June 7th on Pirate’s Press Records and have released a video for the first single, “Father’s Day.”

Frontman Pat Pedraza says, “I’ve never heard of a Fathers Day song in my life, so I was like, hey, we might actually do something original? As most of us know, it’s kinda challenging to be original nowadays. I couldn’t ask for anything more with this video and the fun we had shooting it. Families, friends, and kids getting together, kids playing instruments, getting food and water balloons launched at us, and a 20-year-old with a camera filming it… This was the highlight of my musical career so far!”

The band is made up of members from No Motiv, The Missing 23rd, Creep Division, and The F-ing Wrath. They write songs about fatherhood and being musicians who are also parents.

Check out the video for “Father’s Day” below.



Assembly of Arsonists (folk-punk) releases video for “Plenty Dead Fish”

The Meatloaf of punk is back. Assembly of Arsonists has released a video for their song “Plenty Dead Fish”. The video, which I will warn you ahead of time is a little extreme, starts off with the one and only Travis James enjoying a feast of sorts, which he follows up with a quick scrub in the tub with a couple of friends which he quickly turns into dessert. A video G.G. Allin would be proud of.

See for yourself down below.

“Plenty Dead Fish” comes from the bands latest release The End is Dear which was released May 24th through Slope Records



Mortars (punktry) release lyric video for “Long Goodbye”

Tennessee-based country-punks (punktry?) Mortars have released a lyric video for their song “Long Goodbye” which is the title track off of their upcoming album, which is due out June 7th.

Check out the new song below.

Mortars last released Armistice Day back in 2018. If you enjoy Lucero, Mortars is definitely for you, so give them a listen! 



Ramona (Punk) share new video for “Not Your Token”

Seattle punk act Ramona have released a video for their song “Not Your Token”. This is the first video for the West Coast three-piece. The video begins with six folks ready to square off in a donnybrook, only to trade in the angst for some flippers, pinball flippers. An impromptu pinball tournament ensues and peace reigns supreme. The song comes from the band’s upcoming album Deals, Deals, Deals! which is set to be released June 2nd through Red ScareRamona will also be heading out on the road with Teenage Bottlerocket as well as touring with Elway and Sam Russo towards the end of the summer.

You can check out the new video below, as well as a full list of upcoming shows.

This is the first new music from Ramona since their split with the Hard Sulks back in 2017. If you’re a fan of Teenage Bottlerocket or Punchline 13 these guys are very similar. 



Stanis (ffo: Propagandhi, Satanic Surfers) premiere video for new single, “Ready Reply”

Italian melodic HC/skate punk band, Stanis, recently announced their debut full-length, Tales From A Modern Society, to be self-released by the band on June 20. They previously wet everyone’s beaks with the first single “Society” (listen here), and today are premiering a new video for “Ready Reply”, the second teaser single off the upcoming release. It’s directed by the band’s own bass player Claudio Stanghelleni, who has done previous video work with such notable groups as Petrol Girls, Antillectual, Such Gold, Astpai, Darko and Strike Anywhere.

Stanis relates: “Ready Reply is about the discouragement you feel when you find the right words to say or the right things to do just when everything has already gone wrong… For this reason it kind of felt right to pick it as a topic for our first video! We love this production and we are proud of it especially because we created, directed and developed [it] all together, the three of us!”

Stream that fun and creative little video below, and look for Stanis on tour this coming summer with scheduled stops at both Punk Rock Holiday and Fest. Cheers!



The Lucky Eejits release video ahead of new LP

Oakland’s The Lucky Eejits are to release a new album, Out Of Time, on July 12th via Wiretap and Bypolar. Ahead of the album, the band have released a single, “So Far So Good” via Bandcamp – and an accompanying video.

Check out the video below.



Problem Daughter release video for “Pocket Sand”

Salt Lake City punks Problem Daughter have released a video for “Pocket Sand”, the opening track from their recent album Grow Up Trash, which came out on Wiretap Records in the US and Bearded Punk in Europe back in March.

Have a watch below.



Riskee & The Ridicule release video for new track “Kaboom!”

Kent, UK grime/punk crossover artists Riskee & The Ridicule have released a video for “Kaboom!”, a track taken from their upcoming Bomber Music album Body Bag Your Scene. The album is out June 28th, with pre-orders up now.

Have a watch below.



Lost In Life (Hardcore, Germany) release video for “Effect The Change”

German hardcore quartet Lost In Life have released a video for their track “Effect The Change”, a track taken from their upcoming album B.T.C.O.H.U., out June 14th via German label Dead Serious Recordings.

Have a watch below.



The Friday Prophets stream Fugazi cover “I’m So Tired”

The Friday Prophets are streaming their new cover of Fugazi’s “I’m So Tired”. The band says of the cover, “Once upon a time Fugazi made a song called “I’m So Tired”. Now upon a time, we took this song, remolded it and threw some dirt on it.”

Check out their version of “I’m So Tired” below.



Check Out the Video for “Kelly’s Missing” by Codename Colin (UK Ska)

Perfect for every band who has ever been asked to pay to play a venue, UK ska band Codename Colin have taken their anti-pay to play song, “Kelly’s Missing” and turned it into a fun video. You can watch the video, and check out the band, below.



Wilmette (post-hardcore) sign to Mutant League Records; release video for “Winter Stay”

Wilmette, from Chicago, IL, have signed with Mutant League Records and will be releasing their first EP, Anxious Body, on July 19th.

Bassist/vocalist Peyton Day says, “In early 2019 we started talking about potential labels that felt right for our band and all came to the same conclusion that Mutant League was that label for us. When we were writing for our EP entitled Anxious Body we wanted to make something that hit hard and instantly grabbed people’s attention.”

Combining pop-punk with hardcore and screamo, they have created their own sound that is sure to take off – check out the video for “Winter Stay” below.



Stream The Interrupters acoustic version of “Gave You Everything”

The Interrupters recently recorded an acoustic version of “Gave You Everything” and made a stylized lyric video to go along with it. You can check out the video below to enjoy the softer side of the ska-punk band. (Yes, it’s really good, by the way.)



Petrol Girls release video for “Weather Warning”; New album “Cut & Stitch” also out now

One of the hottest female-fronted hardcore/grrrl bands around, Petrol Girls, have released a video for the single “Weather Warning” off their new album, Cut and Stitch.

Cut and Stitch is out today on Hassle Records and can be purchased here on various formats, along with merchandise. Singer Ren Aldridge says of the album, “A quiet word can be just as, if not more powerful, than something screamed in your face” – and it shows as she alternates spoken word and her signature screaming style.

You can watch the video for “Weather Warning” below.



All Better (Pop Punk, Brighton UK) have released a video for their new single “Weird”

Brighton pop punks All Better have released a video for their new single “Weird”. The track is taken from their forthcoming second EP “How It All Worked Out”. The EP is released on the 14th of June via Real Ghost Records.

Check out the video using the player below. The band will be appearing at Bristol’s Booze Cruise this weekend with the likes of Cultdreams, Weatherstate and many more.