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Best Of Luck (Misser, ex-This Time Next Year) stream two new songs

Best Of Luck, featuring Brad Wiseman (currently of Misser and formerly of This Time Next Year) on vocals, are streaming two new songs from what appears to be an upcoming debut album called “Oct 1961.”

You can check out the tracks below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details surrounding this project and any releases they may be putting out come to light.



This Time Next Year debut music video for “Note”

This Time Next Year have released a tour footage music video for “Note” off of their 2011 album, “Drop Out Of Life.”

You can watch the video right over here.

The band announced their breakup in October and played their final show in Oakland on December 2.



This Time Next year stream cover of The Movielife’s “Walking On Glass”

On December 11th Pacific Ridge Records will be releasing “A Tribute to The Movielife”, a tribute to pioneering melodic hardcore group the The Movielife (if that wasn’t obvious).  One of the contributing artists is Cali pop-punk band, This Time Next Year, doing a cover of “Walking On Glass” and you can stream it right here.

This album is the fourth tribute album from Pacific Ridge, following well received tributes to Alkaline TrioBlink 182, and Tom Petty. For a full track list, click here.



Music Video: “Drop Out of Life” from This Time Next Year’s performance at Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour

Cali pop-punk band, This Time Next Year, has just released a music video for their song, “Drop Out of Life”, which appears on the band’s latest album, of the same name.

Check it out here.

The video for “Drop Out of Life” was recorded over the months of October and November 2011, while This Time Next Year was out on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour.

“Drop Out of Life” was released last September through Equal Vision Records.



Taking Back Sunday announce Australian tour with New Found Glory and This Time Next Year

Taking Back Sunday have announced an Australian tour with New Found Glory and This Time Next Year. The tour will be in April with only a few dates as of right now. You can check them out here.

The band’s latest, self-titled, release was put out on June 28th via Warner Bros Records.



Set Your Goals announce Ceasar’s Greetings tour w/ This Time Next Year & more

Earlier this month we announced that San Francisco pop-punk act Set Your Goals would be heading out on a east coast holiday tour w/ Four Year Strong, and a couple other bands.

Well, the band has just announced another holiday tour of the west coast, called “Ceaser’s Greetings,” which will also feature This Time Next Year, The Story So Far, and The Sheds.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations for this tour right here.

Set Your Goals last released “Burning At Both Ends” in June on Epitaph.



Daybreaker announces tour dates

Boston, Mass. act Daybreaker is hitting the road in support of their upcoming 7″ split with The American Scene.

They will be supported by  State Champs on first leg of the tour, and will be supporting This Time Next Year and The Story So Far across the Midwest.

Dates can be found here.



New Found Glory talk about making of new album in documentary

New Found Glory band member Steven Klein has released a self-made video documentary about the making of the band’s newest album, “Radiosurgery,” released October 4th via Epitaph Records. Check it out over on the band’s Facebook page.

The band has about 2 weeks left on their fall tour with Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, and This Time Next Year. For those dates, click here.



The Story So Far announce U.S. tour dates with This Time Next Year and Daybreaker

California pop-punkers The Story So Far have announced U.S. tour dates with This Time Next Year and Daybreaker.

Check out the dates and locations here.

The Story So Far released their latest album “Under Soil And Dirt” June 21st via Pure Noise Records.



This Time Next Year wants to play in your living room

Following their stint on the “Pop Punks Not Dead” tour, This Time Next Year is planning on a short tour of small house shows. You can check out details, as well as possibly book the guys for a show here.

This Time Next Year released “Drop Out Of Life” September 27th on Equal Vision Records.



Four Year Strong/This Time Next Year announce UK tour

Punk band Four Year Strong and and pop-punk band This Time Next Year announced dates for their upcoming tour of the United Kingdom. You can view those dates here.

Four Year Strong will be supporting their newest release “In Some Way, Shape, or Form” on Universal Republic Records, which isn’t due out until November 8 of this year. This Time Next Year released “Drop Out Life” in September of 2011 on Equal Vision Records.



This Time Next Year streaming entire upcoming album “Drop Out Of Life”

Cali pop punkers This Time Next Year are streaming their entire upcoming album, “Drop Out Of Life” right here.

The album is due out September 27th on Equal Vision Records.



This Time Next Year hosting listening party of upcoming album “Drop Out Of Life”

Tonight at 7PM EST, Cali pop punkers This Time Next Year will be hosting a listening party and online chat for their upcoming album “Drop Out Of Life” on the band’s Turntable FM page. You can join the party right here.

“Drop Out Of Life” is due out September, 27th on Equal Vision Records.



Video: This Time Next Year post behind-the-scenes video from UK tour

This past June, This Time Next Year headed to the UK with A Loss For Words and Set Your Goals. Here is a behind the scenes video from when they were in London, England.

“Drop Out Of Life” is due out September, 27th on Equal Vision Records.



This Time Next Year release new track “Spoontonic” off upcoming album “Drop Out Of Life”

Cali pop punkers This Time Next Year have posted a new track off their upcoming album “Drop Out Of Life.” You can listen to “Spoontonic” right here.

“Drop Out Of Life” is due out September 27th on Equal Vision Records.