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Serenity Now! (punk) stream new EP “Views From The 666”

Toronto punks Serenity Now! are streaming their newest EP, Views From The 666, in full. The 2-track release is a preview of things to come on the band’s upcoming full-length and can be heard over on the Fireworks Collective Bandcamp. You can check it out below.

Views From The 666 follows the band’s 2015 release, Facsimile. 



Serenity Now! stream new song “I’ve Seen The World And I’m Tired”

Toronto pop-punkers Serenity Now!, are streaming a brand new song called “I’ve Seen The World And I’m Tired.” The track is one off of their upcoming EP, Views From The 666, which is a two-track teaser EP to their upcoming full-length album. The band also announced that they have signed with Montreal based label, Fireworks Collective to release the album – due out this spring. You can check the new song out below.

Serenity Now! last released Facsimile in 2015.



Serenity Now! stream new EP “Facsimile”

Recently reunited Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now are streaming their new EP Facsimile in its entirety.

Give it a listen below.

Facsimile, which was released today, May 5th, via 112 Records.  Serenity Now last released “Worst Hits” in 2013, shortly before announcing their hiatus.



Serenity Now! announce tour dates, stream new song

Recently reunited Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now have just announced a string of tour dates next month leading up to their appearance at this years Pouzza Fest.

You can see the full list of dates and locations below, and give their new song “Lac L’Achigan” a listen while you’re there.

“Lac L’Achigan” comes from the bands upcoming EP Facsimile, which will be released May 5th via 112 Records.  Serenity Now last released “Worst Hits” in 2013, shortly before announcing their hiatus.



Serenity Now stream new song “Whatever Forever,” announce upcoming EP “Facsimile”

Recently reunited Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now have just announced details on their upcoming EP “Facsimile.” The EP will be released May 5th via 112 Records. Check out the tracklisting below.

In addition, the band has released a new song “Whatever Forever” which you can check out below. Serenity Now last released “Worst Hits” in 2013, shortly before announcing their hiatus.



Serenity Now announce end of hiatus, Pouzza Fest performance

Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now have just announced that they have ended their hiatus and that they will be launching their return with a performance at Pouzza Fest.

The group’s hiatus began shortly after they penned a deal with the pop-punk label Infested Records and released their debut album Worst Hits in May of 2013. Shortly after the release, their gear was destroyed in a storm-related flooding incident and their drummer and bassist made the decision to depart the band. However, in addition to announcing the end of their hiatus, they have made it known that Bill Morton (Splitfist) will be joining them on drums.



Serenity Now stream new album “Worst Hits” in its entirety

Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now has released their brand new album, “Worst Hits” today.

To gather support for the new work, the band has made the entire album available to stream.

Check it out right here.

Serenity Now will be playing at Pouzza Fest, which takes in Montreal this weekend (May 17, 18 and 19).



Serenity Now (folk-punk) premiere new song “Centennial Nights”

Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now will be releasing their new album, “Worst Hits”on May 14th and to get you good and pumped we’re streaming the album’s opening track.

Give “Centennial Nights” a listen right here.

Serenity Now will be playing at Pouzza Fest, which takes in Montreal on May 17, 18 and 19.



Serenity Now streaming two new songs

In February we reported on a two-song stream from Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now. Today, the band has made two additional songs available to stream. Check out “Don’t Forget To Breathe” and “Demons” here.

The two songs will appear on the band’s upcoming album, “Worst Hits”, which is due out May 14th. You can check out the album artwork to the left, and head here for a view at the album’s tracklist.

Serenity Now will be playing at Pouzza Fest, which takes in Montreal on May 17, 18 and 19.



Serenity Now streaming two new songs

Toronto folk-punk act Serenity Now are streaming two new songs on their Bandcamp page. Check out “Sons” and “Like This” here.

The two songs will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Worst Hits, which is due out this May. They’ll also be playing at Pouzza Fest, which takes in Montreal on May 17, 18 and 19.