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The Menzingers share video for new song ‘Strangers Forever’

As we get closer to the release of The Menzingers new studio album, they have treated us to a third single ‘Strangers Forever’. 

On the song, singer Greg Barnett said “Lyrically, the song is inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s classic novel, ‘Anna Karenina’. In it, the character Darya Alexandrovna learns of her husband’s infidelity and declares: ‘Even if we remain in the same house, we are strangers — strangers forever! The idea of becoming a stranger to someone you so intimately know stuck with me and became the overarching narrative to this song.”

‘Hello Exile’ is out on Epitaph Records on October 4th. Check out the video for ‘Strangers Forever’ below.



Staredown (Germany, Hardcore) release video for “Bow Down”

German hardcore quintet Staredown have released a video for “Bow Down”. The track is from their new album Choose Life, out September 20th on Dead Serious Records.

Have a watch below.



Watch The Interrupters perform Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy”

Hellcat Records has shared a video of The Interrupters‘ live studio recording of Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy”. The band have been performing the track as part of their live sets recently and took time to video themselves performing at Ship-Rec Studios in LA.

Have a watch below.



DS Exclusive: Sicko (Red Scare pop-punk) premiere lyric video for “The Sprinkler”

Do you guys remember Sicko, the pop-punk band from Seattle who had their heyday in the mid 90s? You might if you’re over 35 and the rest of you should get familiar by checking out their back catalog available digitally through Red Scare.

Anyway, for the pre-initiated, you’ll be pleased to know that Red Scare just released an anthology/”best-of” album “In The Alternate Timeline” containing 19 remastered songs, hand-picked by the band, and I couldn’t be more pleased to bring you a lyric video from one of said tunes. Being “old” and into punk for 25 odd years I can proudly say I owned every Sicko record when I was but a youngster. Join me in my fandom by scoping the lyric video for “The Sprinkler” along with some of the band’s rare(!) upcoming gig dates below.

Oh, and here’s a cool little story about the footage from the band themselves:

Once, on a warm spring evening long ago, 3 pop punkers drove their beloved touring van onto the island of Manhattan, through the streets of Greenwich Village, and played a show at a club called Coney Island High (15 St. Mark’s Place?). We had a lot of fun playing to an at-the-time rare enthusiastic audience. Was that Alan Rappaport from Popkid Records swinging from the overhead pipes while we played? Watch the video and you be the judge. That was quite a display of youthful energy and abandon, looking back on it now. The truth is New York scared us: the size of it, the all-hours press of people, the lack of identifiable traffic lanes, movies like Escape from New York… it was all too much for 3 tense provincials just stepping out into the world. In the event, New York held surprises for us and our misconceptions: an 11pm parking ticket, cafes full of happy chatting people at 2am, and some of the friendliest, kindest, warmest punk rockers we would meet in a 10,000 mile tour across America. We’re looking forward to seeing a few of you again, old friends. Come down to Gold Sounds in Brooklyn, hear the sounds of your youth (ours too!), share your old stories and do-you-remember-when with us a bit. This time we’re leaving the van at home! Love, Sicko.



The Lungs Release Video for New Track “Vizitant”

Central Valley based punk trio, The Lungs are back with a new track and they made a video for it! Comprised of nearly 3,000 individual photos beautifully shot from the back of a ’98 Ford Explorer and stitched together, this is quite possibly the greatest (non-porn) video to ever come outta The SFV! Check it out.. even though you can’t fap to it… well, we guess you could but it would be weird. We don’t care either way, just watch it below.



New video: Tiny Stills – “Everything Is Going Great”

Rise and shine, boys and girls!

There’s a brand-new music video from the great Tiny Stills available for your viewing enjoyment. It’s for a track called “Everything Is Going Great,” and it’s probably their finest work to date, and I say that as an immense fan of the band. Check it out below.

“Everything Is Going Great” appears on the recent Tiny Stills/Odd Robot split that comes out next week on Wiretap Records. The band’s last full-length, Laughing Into The Void, came out last year.



Senses Fail release video for “Bastard Son”

 

Senses Fail have re-recorded and re-released their debut EP, From the Depths of Dreams. It’s out now via Pure Noise. To mark the release, they’ve made a video for “Bastard Son”.

Have a watch of it below – and read a commentary on why they’ve re-recorded these old tracks.



Finding September (pop punk) release video for “Hostage”

San Antonio pop punk quarter Finding September have released a video for their latest single “Hostage”. The track is the first new offering since last year’s History EP.

Have a watch below.



United Defiance release video for new single “Cool Kids Club”

Cali punks United Defiance have released a new single, “Cool Kids Club”, via new home Thousand Islands Records, They’ve released a video for it, which you can watch below.

The band embark on a short Canadian tour this month – details are also below.



Teenage Bubblegums release video for “In Limbo”

Italian rock trio Teenage Bubblegums have release a video for “In Limbo”. The track is taken from their upcoming record of the same name, out 13th September on Monster Zero Inc. It is the follow up to 2016’s Days Of Nothing.

Have a watch below.



New Video: Sincere Engineer – “Dragged Across The Finish Line” from upcoming Red Scare anniversary comp

Well this is pretty awesome. Chicago’s (but really all of ours, right?!?) Sincere Engineer has dropped a brand new video. It’s for a new track called “Dragged Across The Finish Line,” and I’m pretty sure it’s about every single 5k road race I’ve ever run. Anyway, check out the video below, fellow human trash cans!

“Dragged Across The Finish Line” is featured on the upcoming Red Scare Industries 15th anniversary compilation alongside other ass-kicking bands like The Bombpops, Ramona, The Copyrights, The Lippies and more! Pre-order it here!



The Run Up (melodic punk, U.K.) release new single “Portraits”

Today U.K. punks The Run Up are premiering the first single,Portraits”, off of their new album In Motion over at New Noise Magazine. In Motion is out October 3, 2019 on Real Ghost Records (UK), Gunner Records (EU), Get Party! Records (CA), and La Escalera Records/Swamp Cabbage Records/&Vinyl Records (US). The boys from Bristol will be supporting the release with a North American tour that ends at The Fest.

Check out the tour dates and give “Portraits” a listen below.



Western Settings premiere video for “Big” off upcoming full-length ,”Another Year”

Western Settings are all set to put out their second full-length album, Another Year, this Friday, September 6 on A-F RecordsAnother Year will be a follow-up to their most recent EP, Old Pain, which was released all the way back in 2016, and produced by Tyson Annicharico (Chicken) of Dead To Me, as is Western Settings’ soon-to-be released LP. Pre-orders for that are available here.

Western Settings is already in the middle of a 16-date North American run, and to mark this particular occasion in the band’s existence they are releasing a new music video for the as-yet unreleased, and arguably strongest single on the album, “Big” – and they are premiering it right here for all you famous, healthy undying scenesters. Get a load of the new video, “Big” below, and be sure to check out the tour flyer (also featured) to see if you can catch these guys in your town on their current and ongoing tour.



Guilt Trip (Hardcore, UK) release video for “River Of Lies”

Manchester, UK hardcore band Guilt Trip have a released a video for the title track of their new album River Of Lies. It’s out now on BDHW Records.

Have a watch below.



Obey The Brave release video for “Calme le jeu”

Obey The Brave have released a video for “Calme Le Jeu”, a track from the Canadian band’s new album, Balance, which was released back in July. Have a watch below.

They’ve also announce a new bass player – Benoit Landreville has joined them as a permanent fixture.