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Hub City Stompers (ska-punk) release video for “Phantom”

New Jersey ska-punks Hub City Stompers have premiered a video with our pals at BlankTV for their song “Phantom”.  It’s a classic Hub City Stompers song where the good Reverend T Sinister laments the loss of friends to the prison system and the grave.

Check out the new video below.

Hub City Stompers recently released Haters Dozen earlier this year.

Youth Man (art-punk) release video for “Valley Girl”

Birmingham art-punks Youth Man have released a video for their song “Valley Girl”. The song comes off the band’s recent aptly named EP Five Songs, released through Alcopop! Records. Youth Man drummer Marcus Perks had this to say about the track: “Valley Girl was the first result of our attempts to distill our songwriting into something that was as direct as possible without being bland. Funnily enough, it’s about blandness. Specifically about basics.”

Check out the new video below.

Five Songs is the first new music from Youth Man since their 2017 release Wax.

Cock Sparrer release lyric video for “In My Town”

Cock Sparrer have released a lyric video for “In My Town”, a track from their current album, Forever, which came out back in 2017 via Pirate Press Records.

You can have a watch below.

Thrice Stream Video For “Only Us” and Hit the Road With Bring Me The Horizon

Thrice have just uploaded their video for “Only Us,” a single from their new album Palms. Released in September, Palms is Thrice’s tenth studio album and first for Epitaph Records

Thrice have also announced they will support Bring Me The Horizon on their recently announced First Love Tour in early 2019. The dates will kick off on January 23 in Nashville and conclude on February 16 in Las Vegas. The 17-date tour will also include Fever 333 as support.

You can check out “Only Us” and the full list of tour dates below.

Shadows Of Defeat (Melodic Punk, CH) release video for “Headwind” ahead of album

Swiss melodic punks Shadows Of Defeat are to release a new album, Too Little Too Late, on December 14th. Pre-orders and an album stream are up on the band’s Bandcamp now.

Ahead of the record, the band have premiered a video for a track from it, “Headwind”. You can watch it over at Skatepunkers.

Capsize release video for new single “Pain In Purpose”

California based post-hardcore act Capsize have released a video for new track, “Pain In Purpose”, which comes out to coincide with the band’s upcoming tour.

Have a watch of the video and see the tour details below.

The Mugwumps (pop-punk) release video for “Don’t Give Up

The Mugwumps from Austria have been around since 2002. They took a little break in 2009 but since 2013 they’ve been at again with steady releases. Their latest record “Clown War Four” just came out last week and now they’ve released their second single “Don’t Give Up”, which is a mid-tempo song reminiscent of The Ramones and similar bands.

Check out the song and video below!

Radar State release lyric video for “Anywhere”

Kansas City’s Radar State (featuring Members of the The Get Up Kids and The Anniversary) have released a lyric video for their song “Anywhere,” which comes from their upcoming album, Strays, that is set to be released in January via Wiretap Records.

You can check it out below.

Radar State last released their self-titled album in 2017.

Sincere Engineer shares video of Paul Simon cover

Chicago’s own, Sincere Engineer has shared a video of her cover of the Paul Simon classic “You Can Call Me Al”. Sincere Engineer does a great job of channeling her inner Paul Simon and this is a pretty awesome cover, if we could only get Paul Simon to cover “Corn Dog Sonnet No. 7”.

Check Sincere Engineers take on “You Can Call Me Al” below.

The Bare Minimum (hardcore) release video for “Hollow Animals”

Toronto based hardcore act The Bare Minimum are back with a video for their song “Hollow Animals” and Health Canada is stressed. The psychedelic video features extra arms, prisms and a mullet (probably what’s got Health Canada in a tizzy). The song comes off the band’s recently released Where the Busses Don’t Come EP  released earlier this month.

Check out the new video below.

Laura Jane Grace + the Devouring Mothers debut “Apocalypse Now (& Later)” video, announce full US tour with Mercy Union, Control Top

Lots of fun and exciting music from Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers, and that’s pretty awesome in our book. First, in case you hadn’t heard, their first full US tour for next spring. Slated to kick off March 16th, the tour runs all the way through late April, and features support from New Jersey favorites Mercy Union and Philly’s Control Top, making for a trio of bands that are going to have a kick-ass 2019. Head below to check out the full rundown of tour dates.

Additionally, Laura Jane and company debuted the full video for the track “Apocalypse Now (& Later).” You can check it out below as well!

As you should know by now, “Apocalypse Now (& Later)” was the lead single from Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers’ debut full length album, Bought To Rot, which was released earlier this month on Bloodshot Records.

Main Line 10 release video for “Phoenix”

Spanish melodic hardcore export Main Line 10 have released a video for “Phoenix”. The track is from the band’s most recent album, The Fox, which came out back in April.

Have a watch below.

Blowfuse release video for new track “Bad Thoughts”

Spanish skate-punk group Blowfuse have released a video for new track “Bad Thoughts”. The song is taken from their upcoming album “Daily Ritual”, out on a plethora of labels around the world on February 8th 2019. The record is out on HFMN Crew (ESP), Long Beach Record Europe (GER/AUS/SW), Morning Wood Records (HOL), Paper + Plastick Records (US), Epidemic Records (ITA), Infected Records (POR), Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK) and Melodic Punk Style (POL).

You can have a watch of the video below.

Millie Manders & The Shutup release video for “Lollipops”

Norwich, UK based ska punks Millie Manders and the Shutup have released a video for “Lollipops”, a track from their recently released, EP “Shutup”, which came out back in September. The video follows single “One That Got Away“.

Have a watch below.

Drones release video for “Anchors”

London, UK punks Drones have released a video for “Anchors”, a track from their album “Exiled”, which came out back in March via Lockjaw Records.

Have a watch below.