Fort Worth, TX pop-punk band Dead Words has just released a video for their song “Kingsley” which first appeared on their New Year’s Day (2019) release, The Geek Shall Inherit. “Kingsley” takes an in-depth look at the in-between hours of life on the road, and is chock-full of left-over tour footage, exotic pit-stop locations, and formidable mustaches. The boys are just rounding off a five-day “Texas Takeover Tour” with their Long Island friends The Scutches. Stream the video for “Kingsley” below.
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Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 7:22 PM (PST) by Dolly Llama
Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 12:00 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
Veteran pop punkers, The Scutches are ringing in the Spring with a brand new album and to celebrate the impending release, the Long Island lads have made a music video for the first single “Worth Enough”. The album, titled Negatory, will mark the quartet’s eighth studio release, not counting various splits and singles and will be distributed with the help of Oregon punk label Something To Do Records (preorders coming soon). While you wait, stream the brand new video, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!
Monday, January 1, 2018 at 2:37 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
You can watch the live performance below.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 1:27 PM (PST) by NobodyLikesGreg
The Scutches last release already dates back to February, 2014 when they dropped their Glasshouse EP.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 5:28 PM (PST) by Daron
Whilst you clutch your nethers in anticipation of seeing them on tour, you can grab their newest single, “One True Crutch” for FREE over at bandcamp. Hot damn!
Friday, April 7, 2017 at 3:20 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Instead of taking the typical approach to a covers record and covering classics by bands like Bad Religion, TBR decided to put their spin on tracks by lesser-known bands like The Mugwumps, The Scutches, and Varsity Weirdos.
Watch the band’s announcement below for more info.
Teenage Bottlerocket last released Tales from Wyoming in 2015 on Rise Records.
Monday, April 3, 2017 at 12:20 PM (PST) by AnarchoPunk
New York pop punk trio, The Scutches have a new album coming out later this Summer but the cagey veterans didn’t want you to have to wait that long to get a listen! So the boys sent over the first single from the new album to stream, exclusively for our readers! If the single isn’t enough to satisfy your itch, the boys are hitting the road on “The Scutches Go West Again Tour” later this week, so if they show up in your neighborhood, go show ’em some support (dates and stops below). Until then, jam out on the debut single “One True Crutch”, below!
Long Island, NY’s The Scutches have just announced a set of new shows as part of their NoPotForScotTour. The band is set to start in Pennsyvania, before traveling along the Midwest and making their way down South. Check out the full schedule below.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 12:18 PM (PST) by Malamute
Long Island, NY’s The Scutches are planning to repress “Glass House” with five new tracks of unreleased/acoustic material. The tentative date for the repress is June 1st with a tour following in September.
You can listen to the stream of the original below.
Monday, March 7, 2016 at 12:39 PM (PST) by Lauren Mills
Long Island pop-punk outfit The Scutches have announced some Northeastern US tour dates.
You can view the tour dates and locations below.
The Scutches last released the EP Glasshouse in February, 2014
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 10:15 AM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Long Island pop-punk outfit The Scutches have announced some US tour dates for this coming March.
Check out the full list of dates and locations below.
The Scutches last released the EP Glasshouse in February, 2014.
Monday, April 21, 2014 at 3:14 PM (PST) by Kat Espinoza
A WORD FROM OUR HEAD HONCHO
2 Words: “The Scutches”. That’s my best band discovery of the week. Their new EP “Glasshouse” is bubble-gum chewing, leather jacket wearing, surf riding, pop-punk goodness that reminds me of the poppier side of The Queers. Definitely worth checking out the Long Island three piece. If I had discovered it earlier I probably would have put it out on DS Records. Another standout for me this week was that Boston Marathon tribute song Big D And The Kids Table put out. Cool song. Different. Good cause.
In more behind the scene news, we’ve got a writing position open. If you’re keen on joining the cause send me an email telling me why you think you’d make a good addition to the team (send to [email protected]).
THIS WEEK’S TOP STORIES
Here’s what you missed, what you ignored and what you’re sick of reading about.
1. Remember Kye Smith? He does those gnarly drum covers of a band’s entire catalog. He’s back this week with Strung Out’s albums.
2. Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl are toying with the idea of a Nirvana reunion that would include new music.
3. Ben King dug some real finds out of the Epitaph Records back catalog.
4. The Dead Kennedys are touring with Reagan Youth. I can already see the obvious age divide in that audience.
5. Black Flag have settle their lawsuit again FLAG. Glad to see that mess is over.
6. Brody Dalle’s new solo album is streaming.
7. Lagwagon, Bane and Authority Zero were added to France’s Xtreme Fest lineup.
8. Here’s a Tsunami Bomb video from waaayyy back in 2004.
9. This week, your DS editors talked about all of the weird and expensive Punk Rock memorabilia they own.
10. Frank Turner was on Ellen this week. He’s made it, you guys.
DYING SCENE EXCLUSIVE STREAMS
Good ol’ punk from London.
For fans of Millencolin, Thrice and Good Riddance.
““Rented World” shows The Menzingers taking a leap forward musically, and delivering the same kind of emotional lyrics that we loved on “On The Impossible Past”. Is this album better than OTIP? Maybe. Maybe not. People are inevitably going to try to rank the two and make comparisons and contrasts, but at the end of the day, “Rented World” gives us 12 more great songs by a band who is poised to become one of the biggest in our scene, and that can only be a good thing.”
“An EP can be judged in a lot of ways. It can keep fans happy in between albums, or it can act as a solid introduction to newcomers. It can provide a hint as to what coming material will sound like, or it can act as a standalone release that gets the same kind of fan recognition as full lengths do. Back and Forth accomplishes a lot of these things: it offers just enough to tide old listeners over until their next full length, while also leaving plenty of space for new fans to want more.”
“They know how to write straight up in the pit punk, but also know their way around a melody. When a band on their debut sign off with a track as good as ”Mostly Dead All Day”, an emotive and upbeat track about letting go and moving on, you can’t help but to look to the future and contemplate that Western Settings debut album.”