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Project Revise premiere new music video for “Three Long Years” (ffo: Goldfinger, NFG)

There’s a new pop/skate punk crossover band out of Worcestershire, UK that has released a plethora of production-value music videos in the past year-and-a-half since they dropped their debut EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs, in December of 2017. Project Revise offers riff-driven and effervescent pop punk with catchy hooks and visceral harmonies, and given the proper decibel range seems perfectly fit for enrapturing large audiences in a festival environment.

Their newest release is a music video for the second song off that EP, “Three Long Years”. It differs, somewhat, stylistically than some of the band’s other tunes, which definitely tip-toe the lines of pop-punk/emo and skate rock. “Three Long Years” falls solidly in the latter category. Check out that video below.

When Project Revise isn’t on set they like to spend their time playing shows across the U.K. and writing song’s for their second scheduled EP, which will begin production in February, this year of our lord 2019. I, for one, can’t wait! Peace!



Offended By Everything release video for “You Call it Normal, I Call it Monotony”

Dallas pop-punk act Offended By Everything have released a  video for “You Call it Normal, I Call it Monotony”, a track from their EP  Evergreen, which came out last week via Standby Records.

You can have a watch below.



Dead Fall (pop punk, OH) release video for “Drowned Out”

Kent, OH based pop-punk quintet Dead Fall have released a video for new song “Drowned Out”. The track is out as a single and is the follow up to 2016’s debut EP “Desperate Situations“.

You can have a watch below.



Gary Yay (solo project/pop-punk, UK) streams debut track

Gary Yay, who’s been in a ton of punk bands in the UK over the years (Telegraphs, Eager Teeth, Summerslam ’88, Poindexter and more recently as guitarist in Phinius Gage), has released the first track, “Steven, is it really so strange?” from his upcoming debut solo album.

The track was co-written by members of Harker and River Jumpers. The album is out next month and is called When I Grow Up To Be A Man. Have a listen to the track below.



Millencolin Stream Video for Title Track of New Album “SOS”

Legendary skate punkers Millencolin are all set to release their ninth studio album to date. The effort is titled SOS and will be available on February 15 via the band’s long-serving label, Epitaph.

To get fans in the mood for the release of their newest album, Millencolin have posted a video for the title track from the record. You can check out the video for “SOS” below.

The previous release from the iconic Swedish skate punkers was the 2015 full-length, True Brew.



The Waiting Game (Indie Punk, Belgium) Stream Single “Underneath the Surface”

Belgium’s The Waiting Game are streaming the title track single off their soon-to-be-release EP – also titled Underneath The Surface

Lead vocalist Tijs had the following to say about the band’s latest single:

“The song is about making choices in life and about being the best and most honest version of yourself. We’ve all made mistakes while growing up (and we still do), but it’s better to make mistakes and learn from them than to lie to yourself and to the world for most of your life. Underneath The Surface for us really means being yourself and living the life you really want to, no matter how tough that can be.”

According to the band’s label, Bearded Punk Records, the full EP will be released on March 22. However, if you can’t wait that long, you can check out a video for the first single from Underneath The Surface below.



DS Staff Picks: The Torchbearer’s Favorite Albums of 2018

I feel like I say this every year, but 2018 was a great year for music. I went to some great shows; everything from small intimate house shows to big spectacles and festivals. I personally played my first show in over a decade, so that was cool.  But you all don’t care about all that, you just want to see if any of your favorite albums of the year are also on my list. Let’s compare notes below!



Eternal Boy (pop punk) release new song ‘Promise’

Pennsylvania pop-punk trio Eternal Boy have released a new song called ‘Promise‘. The acoustic track was inspired by the horrific events that occurred at the Tree of Life Synagogue in their home city of Pittsburgh last October.

The song is their first release since their full-length ‘Awkward Phase’ which was one of the better (and somewhat overlooked) pop punk releases of 2017. Check out the new song below.



Introducing New Funky Punk Act: Spirit of the Wildfire

Spirit of the Wildfire do not sound how you expect them to sound, I can guarantee you that much. I’m not sure exactly what I was thinking of when I heard their name, but it wasn’t a bluesy funk punk band from Nova Scotia, Canada.
If you secretly spin Artic Monkeys records in your alone time after you get home from a punk show, then buddy this is a record for you! Each song is as full of hooks as the industrial fishing stronghold that I can only assume their hometown of Halifax is.

You’ll still be able to blast some of their raucous punk inspired songs at house parties and retain your street cred, don’t worry. But you’ll be just as into their upbeat funky alt-rock little jams, won’t you? You saucy devil.

Listen to their latest release Bittersweet Nothings here.



The Overjoyed (Punk, Greece) Stream Video for “Defanged” From New Album “Aced Out”

Athens’s The Overjoyed are allowing fans to stream their latest visual offering, created for a track titled “Defanged”. The tune comes from the band’s new album Aced Out, which is also available to stream below.

To mark the release of Aced Out, The Overjoyed will perform this evening in their home town with The Burnt Tapes, Hoi Poi, and the absolute shred machine that is Qualia and the Five Ancestors of the Great Maryland Kingdom. The gig is happening at the An Club in Athens from 9 pm tonight.

The Overjoyed released their previous full-length record, Boomdoggle, in 2016.



Dead Words (Pop punk) stream new EP “The Geek Shall Inherit”

Dead Words (Fort Worth, Texas) is a well-toured pop-punk band that has been “hitting every pool party, basement venue, and house show since the summer of 2011.” They’ve just released a follow up to their The Last Christmas/Merry Xmas EP, titled The Geek Shall Inherit, which promises just what it brings… five-slices of cheesy pop punk pizza pie to be screamed at the top of their lungs by every nerd and nerdette in the neighborhood. Check Dead Words out on Spotify, or stream that EP below



Good Grief premiere ‘undressed’ version of “Blue Ink”

Good Grief, the pop-punks from the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan, have premiered a music video for an ‘undressed’ version of their track “Blue Ink.” You can watch it below.

The stripped down track was produced by sae_pow, guitarist and vocalist for the band AOAZA. She also lends her vocals for some parts of the track. “Blue Ink” is taken from the band’s most recent EP Sweet, you can read our review of it here.



Something Holiday premiere music video for “2809 S Bentley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90064”

Osaka based pop-punks Something Holiday have premiered a music video for their track “2809 S Bentley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90064.” You can watch the video below.

The track is taken from the band’s latest EP, Four Reasons, which was released on November 3rd, 2018. Four Reasons marks the return of new music for the band after three years, you can find more information on the 5 track EP here.



Harker (punk rock) release lyric video for ‘Nancy Downs’ and announce Japanese tour dates

Harker, from Brighton UK, have had a big year. They released their debut full length ‘No Discordance’ February via Disconnect Disconnect Records and Wiretap Records. The album has seen some favourable reviews and they have played some festivals and toured with Astpai.

Now they have released a lyric video for ‘Nancy Downs’ and have announced some tour dates in Japan. The dates are as follows:

22/03 Yokohama Studio Olive
23/03 Shimokitazawa ERA
24/03 Uguisudani Whats Up
25/03 Nagoya Studio 246

The video can be seen below.



The Smoking Popes announce new West Coast tour dates with Direct Hit!

The Smoking Popes have announced a West Coast leg of their ‘Into The Agony Tour’. Direct Hit! will be the support, the dates are as follows:

2/20 SAN DIEGO @ SODA BAR
2/21 HOLLYWOOD @ THE ROXY
2/22 FULLERTON @ SLIDEBAR
2/23 SAN FRANCISCO @ BOTTOM OF THE HILL
2/24 SACRAMENTO @ HOLY DIVER
2/25 PORTLAND @ STAR THEATER
2/26 SEATTLE @ CORAZON