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The American Scene announce tour with Elder Brother and Souvenirs

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene have announced a west coast tour with lablemates Elder Brother. California’s Souvenirs will open these dates. Check out the dates below.

The American Scene last released Haze on September 9th, through Pure Noise Records, while Elder Brother last released Heavy Head this past March, also through Pure Noise. Souvenirs will release their debut album You, Fear and Me on December 16th through Other People Records.



The American Scene stream new album “Haze”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene are now streaming their new full length album “Haze” and you can check it out below.

“Haze” was released yesterday, September 9th, through Pure Noise Entertainment, and serves as the follow up to their debut album, “Safe For Now” which came out in August 2012.



New Music: The American Scene – “Nails Of Love”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene has released a brand new track. It’s called “Nails Of Love,” and it appears on the band’s upcoming album, “Haze.” Stream the new song below.

“Haze” is due out September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment, and serves as the follow up to their debut album, “Safe For Now” which came out in August 2012, also on Pure Noise. You can pre-order the new album here.



The American Scene posts teaser video for upcoming album “Haze”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene have posted a new teaser video for their upcoming album Haze.

Check it out below.

The American Scene will release Haze on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment, and will serve as the follow up to their debut album Safe For Now, which came out in August 2012, also on Pure Noise. You can pre-order the new album here.



Music Video: The American Scene – “4th and Broadway”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene has released a new music video for their song “4th and Broadway”. The track is set to appear on the band’s upcoming album “Haze”. You can watch the video below.

The American Scene will release Haze on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment, and will serve as the follow up to their debut album, “Safe For Now” which came out in August 2012, also on Pure Noise. You can pre-order the new album here.



Music Video: The American Scene – “Royal Blue”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene have released a music video for their new single “Royal Blue”. The track is set to appear on the band’s upcoming album Haze. You can watch the video below.

The American Scene will release Haze on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment. Haze will be the follow up to their debut album, Safe For Now which came out in August 2012, also on Pure Noise. You can pre-order the new album here.



The American Scene announce release date for new album “Haze” and post teaser videos

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene are finishing up their new record “Haze,” which is set to be released on September 9th via Pure Noise Entertainment. You can check out the track list and some teaser videos for the album below.

The American Scene released their debut full length “Safe For Now in August 2012.



Music Video: The American Scene – “Just Say It”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene have released a music video for their song “Just Say It”. The song comes off of the band’s debut album, Safe for Now.

You can watch the video below.

The American Scene released Safe For Now in August 2012 through Pure Noise Entertainment.



Matt Vincent (The American Scene) / Alexander Correia (The Tower & The Fool) stream split LP

Matt Vincent of pop punk act The American Scene, and Alexander Correia of The Tower & The Fool are streaming their upcoming split LP in its entirety.

You can check it out right here.

The split is set to be released on June 8th through Pure Noise Entertainment .



New Songs: Matt Vincent (The American Scene) – “Muslin” & “Wicked Thirst”

Matt Vincent of pop punk act The American Scene has released two brand new songs titled “Muslin” and “Wicked Thirst”. Both songs will appear on Vincent’s upcoming split with The Tower & The Fool‘s Alexander Correia.

You can listen to both “Muslin” and “Wicked Thirst” right here.

The split between Vincent and Correia will be released on June 9th via Pure Noise.



Matt Vincent (The American Scene) and Alexander Correia (The Tower & The Fool) announce split

Matt Vincent of pop punk act The American Scene, and Alexander Correia of The Tower & The Fool have announced that they will be releasing a split June 9th.

You can check out the tracklist here.



Video: The American Scene perform acoustic version of “Safe For Now” and “Just Say It”

The American Scene is the most recent band to stop through Punks in Vegas and perform a Stripped Down Session.

Frontman Matt Vincent and guitarist Jeff Wright played acoustic versions of “Safe for Now” and “Just Say It” from their 2012 LP, “Safe for Now,” at the Luxor in Las Vegas before their March 3 show with The Story So Far.

To view these live sessions, click here.

Be sure to catch The American Scene  on the Acoustic Basement Stage at this summer’s Vans Warped Tour.



Music Video: The American Scene – “Blood Orange”

Pop punk act The American Scene have premiered a music video for their song “Blood Orange” and you can check it out right here.

The song comes off their latest album, “Safe for Now”, released in August through Pure Noise Records.  The DIY video was directed by Evan Henkel in Oakland, CA – near to where the band calls home.



The American Scene stream new album “Safe for Now”

Pop punk act The American Scene are streaming their new album, “Safe for Now”, in it’s entirety right here. The album will be available tomorrow through Pure Noise Records.

The group last released a split with Daybreaker in 2011.



Music Video: The American Scene – “Fifth And Natoma”

Berkeley pop-punk act The American Scene have posted the music video for their song “Fifth And Natoma.”

You can check it out here.

The song will appear on their upcoming album, “Safe For Now,” will be available through Pure Noise Entertainment on  August 7th, 2012.  Preorders for the album are available over here.