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The Story So Far release video for “Take Me As You Please”

The Story So Far have have released a new video for “Take Me As You Please”. The track is taken from their recent album, Proper Dose, which was released back in September on Pure Noise Records. The video is the follow up to “Upside Down“.

You can have a watch below.

Citizen stream new song “open your Heart”, announce tour dates with The Story So Far and Turnover

Ohio alt-rock quintet Citizen are sharing the new track ‘Open Your Heart’ ahead of their upcoming extensive US tour with The Story So Far and Turnover (tour dates below).

In 2017, Citizen released their third album, “As You Please”, through Run For Cover Records. You can stream their new song below.

New Video: The Story So Far debut “Upside Down” from brand new album, “Proper Dose”

Unless you’ve been living in a fallout bunker for the last couple months, you should probably know that California rock band The Story So Far have got a brand new album called Proper Dose that was released today (September 21st). To help mark the occasion, they also released a brand new video today. It’s for the track “Upside Down,” and you can check it out below.

Proper Dose was released on Pure Noise Records, and marks their first full-length since their self-titled May 2015 release.

The Story So Far stream 2 more new tracks ahead of album

The Story So Far will be releasing their new album “Proper Dose” on September 21 via Pure Noise Records. After recent video “Let It Go“, the band are now streaming two more tracks from the album. You can have a listen to “Upside Down” and “Take Me As You Please” below.

Album pre-orders are up now.

The Story So Far premier video for “Let it Go”

The Story So Far will be releasing their new album Proper Dose on September 21 via Pure Noise Records. While we anxiously wait, they have released a video for the first single “Let it Go”.

Currently they are on tour with Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday.

Check out the video and the tour dates below and be sure to check out the album pre-order here.

Drug Church sign to Pure Noise Records, stream new single “Weed Pin,” begin US tour

Albany bred punks Drug Church have just announced that they will be joining the Pure Noise Records family who claims names like Four Year Strong, The Story So Far, and Boston Manor to their label as well.

The boys are now streaming a new single dubbed, “Weed Pin” which is a raised glass and a nod to those of you who have ‘failed up.’

In addition, the guys will be heading out on tour starting tomorrow with The Story So Far and Turnstile.

Check out the dates and the single below.

The Story So Far release new single “Out Of It”, proceeds going to charity

California pop-punks The Story So Far just released a new single titled “Out Of It”, and you can check it out below. The track will be getting a limited 7″ release in November, with all proceeds going to the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. Pre-orders have already sold out.

Guitarist Will Levy had this to say about the band’s decision to contribute to a charitable cause:

“We want to help contribute to The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation because we want people to know that there is hope and that you don’t have to go it alone. From addiction to anxiety to eating disorders, or schizophrenia, we believe there is a way to help with these illnesses. We personally struggle with some of these illnesses everyday and we want to help each other out. Please reach out to a loved one, speak up and don’t be afraid to be honest about what’s happening. To learn more…”

The band’s currently working on a new album that is expected to release in 2018. They will be touring the US with Turnstile and Drug Church later this year (dates below).

The Story So Far begin recording new album, announce run of shows with Turnstile, Drug Church

Walnut Creek, CA pop-punk act The Story So Far have entered the studio to begin recording their 4th album, hinted at on the band’s Twitter and stated on producer Sam Pura’s Instagram.

In addition to entering the studio, the band have announce a short run of shows next month with Turnstile and Drug Church in support. You can find the tour dates, locations and poster below.

Texas’ So What?! Music Festival adds to lineup (The Story So Far, Knuckle Puck and many more)

The folks behind the So What?! Music Festival are putting together quite a bash in order to celebrate their tenth anniversary. The 2017 edition of So What?! takes place in Dallas from March 24th through the 26th, and effective today boasts a lineup featuring The Story So Far, Knuckle Puck, Turnstile, Drug Church, and a bunch of others that were added to a lineup that already included Every Time I Die, Mayday Parade, Dance Gavin Dance and more. A handful of the bands (Mayday Parade, Envy On The Coast, Forever The Sickest Kids, etc) playing 10th anniversary shows to mark the releases of some of their own noteworthy albums.

Check out the full lineup (so far) and updated ticket information for So What?! right here,

Music Video: The Story So Far – “Nerve”

The Story So Far have released a music video for their song “Nerve” and you can watch it here.

“Nerve” appears on the band’s latest album, The Story So Far, which was released in May 2015 via Pure Noise Records.

Music Video: The Story So Far – “Heavy Gloom”

The Story So Far have released a music video for their song “Heavy Gloom” and you can watch it below.

“Heavy Gloom” appears on the band’s latest album, The Story So Far, which was released in May 2015 via Pure Noise Records.

Self Help Festival adds The Wonder Years and more to their 2016 lineup

We’ve been keeping you updated on the lineup for A Day to Remember‘s Self Help Festival 2016 and now, four more bands have been added to that list.  The Wonder YearsThe Story So FarCrown The Empire, and Cruel Hand join the bands already set to play the festival.  It will take place in San Bernadino, California on March 19th, 2016 at NOS Events Center.  The full line-up so far can be found below.

You can pick up tickets here and if you’re interested, make sure you take advantage of their Cyber Monday deal today!

Man Overboard announce fall tour dates

New Jersey pop-punk act Man Overboard have announced some fall tour dates.  They will be touring Australia and New Zealand in September with The Story So Far, and the US in November with A Loss For Words, Northbound, and Watermedown.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

Man Overboard last released Heavy Love on June 30th through Rise Records.

The Story So Far announce North American tour

The Story So Far have announced ave announced a run of fall U.S. dates with Basement and Citizen.

You can check out the dates and locations here.

Their latest album The Story So Far was released May 19th, via Pure Noise Records.

Album Review: The Story So Far – ‘The Story So Far’

The Story So Far is one of the bands doing pop-punk right. Continually. In impressive fashion, to say the least. All of their releases so far have adopted an aggressive vein and it’s an approach that’s just as melodic and catchy. But more so, The Story So Far has a style that isn’t cheesy and a laugh-off. This self-titled is undoubtedly their biggest assembly to date and speaks volumes on how consistently good they’ve been.

The driving force of the guitars really help make this record hit that much more. Dynamic guitars and snappy kit-work all flavour the album with the extra pizzazz needed to differentiate it from their contemporaries. Parker Cannon’s vocals work tracks like “Smile”, “Heavy Gloom” and “Nerve” to perfection. When the rest of the band’s vocals mix and gang-up, you get another dimension that not only comes off inviting but sinks deeper into you with Cannon’s angsty lyrics. It’s a smart, potent, radio-friendly method that’ll resonate with fans of Stickup Kid and Handguns.

As the ballad in “Phantom” helps close things off, it’s quite apparent that The Story So Far aren’t a band that’s reinventing the pop-punk wheel. Instead, they’re steering the car, full of intent and doing so pretty smartly. This record is tight, well-produced and full of attitude. Can’t go wrong with this.

4 / 5