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All Waffle Trick (pop punk) release new single ‘What a Way to Spend a Night’

Denver ska/pop-punk band All Waffle Trick have released new single, ‘What a Way to Spend a Night”. This is the band’s first release since 2015’s “Part of a Complete Breakfast” and will be followed by a full album release in 2019. 

Shades of Rancid’s ‘Time Bomb‘ can be heard in the single streaming below.


Allister (pop punk) to release new record ‘Twenty Years and Counting’

Chicago pop punk veterans Allister have announced that they will release a new record on January 30 via Universal Japan. ‘Twenty Years And Counting’ will feature songs from all of their albums along with four previously unreleased tracks. Given they do not own the rights to their first three records, they have re-recorded some of the old songs. It should be particularly interesting to hear the older tracks re imagined.

Allister’s last official full length was 2012’s ‘Life Behind Machines’. The band has not toured full-time for many years, but the members have remained fairly active in the music world, notably bassist Scott Murphy with his double act with Rivers Cuomo ‘Scott and Rivers‘.

Update: The band filmed two new videos for the release. You can see the video for the new version of ‘Somewhere On Fullerton’ below.



Bayside (pop-punk) release video for acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick”

New York pop-punk veterans Bayside have released a video for their acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick”. The acoustic version of “Sick, Sick, Sick” comes off of the band’s most recent release Acoustic Volume 2 which was released earlier this year. This is a spectacular song and in this writers opinion even better when performed acoustically.

You can check out the stirring rendition of “Sick, Sick, Sick” below.



Off The Avenue (pop-punk) streaming new song “Nothing To Say”

Buffalo natives Off The Avenue are streaming their new song “Nothing To Say”. There is no word on this is a part of a bigger project, but if so, count me in!

Check out the new song below.

This is the first new music from Off The Avenue since their single “On The Edge” last year. If you’re a fan of Punchline 13 or Duckfeet, these guys remind me of both. 



Bud Bronson And The Good Timers (Melodic Punk) release music video for “We Are The Champions (Of The Basement)”

Denver melodic punks Bud Bronson And The Good Timers have released a music video for their song, “We Are The Champions (Of The Basement).”

You can check it out below.

“We Are The Champions (Of The Basement)” comes from the bands’ latest album, Between the Outfield and Outer Space, which was released on October 12th via Snappy Little Numbers.



Have a listen to MxPx’s “Punk Rawk Christmas”

In case you missed it, MxPx released a festive, six song EP a few days back. If you’re bored of listening to Bad Religion’s Xmas album, now you have another band you love to feel festive with.

Have a listen to Punk Rock Christmas on Spotify now.



Ink Bomb (Skate Punk, Holland) Stick to Their Tradition with Charity Acoustic Cover of Against Me!’s “Black Me Out”

For the third year in a row, Dutch punk band Ink Bomb will sell an acoustic cover for charity. This year the band chose the song “Black Me Out” by Against Me! and will sell copies for 3 euros. All proceeds will be donated to OutRight Action International, an LGBTIQ organisation. The donation campaign will end on January 11.

Previous charity covers from the band have included Cindy Lauper’s “Time After Time” and “Nothing With You” by Descendents.

You can check out their version of “Black Me Out” below. If you like it, get it bought and support a great cause!



Punchline 13 release their cover of “Last Christmas”

Montreal pop punks Punchline 13 have decided to tackle doing a cover of Wham!’s “Last Christmas”. If you’re in a Christmassy mood, have a listen below.

The track, along with the rest of their discography, is up on Bandcamp now.



The Dumbheads (pop-punk) stream new EP “Something Did Go Wrong”.

Fans of Screeching Weasel, the Ramones and the Queers should pay attention! Russian pop-punk band The Dumbheads just released their new EP Something Did Go Wrong. The three song EP features two wonderful poppy songs that will get stuck in your brain pretty fast and tops it off with an instrumental tune. Too bad there is only three songs! Listen to the full release below.



Stream new MxPx Christmas song featuring guest vocals from Tsunami Bomb singer

Last week MxPx put out another  holiday single called ‘December’. This straight forward pop punk number is a welcome addition to the band’s growing collection of Christmas songs. Guest vocals are provided by Emily Whitehurst (Tsunami Bomb) and Pierre Bouvier (Simple Plan, who is also the most recent guest on Mike Herrera’s podcast).

Check out the video for the song below. The song is part of a re-release of ‘Punk Rawk Christmas’ (available on all streaming sites).

2018 has been a busy year for MxPx in terms of releasing music. They put out a self-titled full length, their first in over six years, during the summer to critical acclaim. This was followed up a few months later with the EP ‘Best Life’.



Back Garden Light (pop punk) release video for ‘The Right Side’

French pop punk outfit Back Garden Light released their new single ‘The Right Side’ last Friday via Red Toad Music (KROD Records). They play a familiar sound of pop punk mixed with more metal influences, so if bands like Chunk, No Captain Chunk!, Can’t Bear This Party or Knockout Kid are your thing, this video below is worth a look.

Their last release was the EP ‘Life’s A Game’ in 2016.



The Maple State (Indie Punk) release new video for ‘Germany’

The Maple State returned earlier this year with the release of ‘Things I Heard At The Party‘. This Manchester band was big on the UK scene in the mid-2000s (at one point turning down a tour with Paramore as they considered them too pop punk!) before calling it quits a decade ago.

They have just released a video for a new song called ‘Germany‘. This is in a slightly more upbeat direction than their previously released album (that was received well), check out the video below.



Offended By Everything (Texas pop-punk) release music video for “The First Time”

Dallas pop-punk act Offended By Everything have released a music video for their song, “The First Time,” which comes from their upcoming album Evergreen that is set to be released on January 4th via Standby Records.

You can check it out below, along with some of the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

Offended By Everything last released Never Too Late To Start Again in 2017.



Nightlife (London pop-punk) release music video for “In My Head”

London pop-punk act Nightlife have released a music video for their new single “In My Head.”

You can check it out below.

Nightlife last released Salt & Acid in 2017.



Pkew Pkew Pkew release music video for “65 Nickels”

Toronto’s Pkew Pkew Pkew have released a music video for their song “65 Nickels,” which comes from the band’s upcoming Dine Alone Records debut full length that is set to be released in early 2019.

You can check out the video below.

Pkew Pkew Pkew last released a 7″ single for another song taken from the upcoming full length, “Passed Out,” in September 2018.