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The Friday Prophets stream Fugazi cover “I’m So Tired”

The Friday Prophets are streaming their new cover of Fugazi’s “I’m So Tired”. The band says of the cover, “Once upon a time Fugazi made a song called “I’m So Tired”. Now upon a time, we took this song, remolded it and threw some dirt on it.”

Check out their version of “I’m So Tired” below.



The Friday Prophets stream new tracks “In the Key of Sublimation” and “My Moral Upgrade”

The Friday Prophets are now streaming their new two new tracks “In the Key of Sublimation” and “My Moral Upgrade.” The two new tracks come off of their upcoming album In the Key of Sublimation and is expected to hit the streets on November 30.

This is the first new music from The Friday Prophets since the 2016 release of My Storms To Conquer.

Check it out below!



The Friday Prophets stream new song “Zest”

Swedish punks The Friday Prophets are streaming “Zest” which is the second song off their upcoming album In the Key of Sublimation, due out November 30 via Holy Howl Records.

Check out the stream below and head here for album pre-orders.



The Friday Prophets (FFO: old Green Day) stream new song “Reason, Where are You?”

Swedish punk rockers The Friday Prophets are streaming the first single from their upcoming album In the Key of Sublimation, to be released November 30th via Holy Howl Records.

The 90s-eqsue, pop-punk song “Reason, Where Are You?” is the first release from The Friday Prophets since their May EP, Vae Är Du Nu? / Att Befria Sig Sjalv. 

You can stream the new track below, and you can pre-order the whole album on vinyl right here. Then keep yourself updated on all things The Friday Prophets by following them on Spotify right here.



The Friday Prophets (punk) streaming single “Biased By Mood”

Swedish punks The Friday Prophets are streaming their latest song “Biased By Mood”. Released on April 27th this is a song you can go ahead and add to your various playlists. Great lyrics and even tighter sound The Friday Prophets nailed this one.

Do your ears a favor and check it out below.

This is the first new music from The Friday Prophets since the 2016 release of My Storms To Conquer. If you’re a fan of Millencolin or Pulley you will definitely love these guys.



Music video: The Friday Prophets – “Metaperceptive Overload”

Swedish pop punk band The Friday Prophets have released a music video for their song Metapercepitve Overload. The track has guest vocals performed by Sima from the Israeli punk act Not on Tour. Check out the video below.

The Friday Prophets latest release was their Ep My Storms to Conquer which was released in 2016.



The Friday Prophets (pop-punk) stream new EP “My Storms to Conquer” in full

Swedish pop punk band The Friday Prophets have just officially released their new EP for streaming over on Bandcamp. This is 6 tracks of undeniably good pop-punk for those of you who are heavily in to the genre or want to get in to it. Check it out below.

The band also recently released a music video for one of the songs.

The new EP will be a follow up to their most recent album, “Bits & Pieces” released in 2013 and which can be streamed on their Bandcamp page.



The Friday Prophets (pop-punk) announce new EP “My Storms To Conquer”, release music video for title track

Swedish punk rock act The Friday Prophets will be releasing a brand new EP titled “My Storms To Conquer” on February 26th and to get you fired up they’ve released a music video for the album’s title track. Check it out below.

The new EP will be a follow up to their most recent album, “Bits & Pieces” released in 2013 and which can be streamed on their Bandcamp page (recommended!).



The Friday Prophets cover Randy’s “Proletariat Hop”, recording new EP

The Friday Prophets just released a cover of “Proletariat Hop” by the Swedish group Randy and you can check it out below.

The Friday Prophets hail from Umea, Sweden. The cover song was recorded during the recording sessions for a brand new EP which the band hopes to release this Fall. The new EP will be a follow up to their most recent album, “Bits & Pieces” which can be streamed on their Bandcamp page.



Free Melodic Punk Comp: “Don’t Try This At Home” (Forus, The Decline, Darko, The Friday Prophets, etc)

Brazilian webzine We Live in Hell released its first compilation called “Don’t Try This At Home” featuring 28 bands from 12 countries, focused on skatepunk and melodic punk. It includes bands from USA, Canada, Brazil, Sweden, UK, Argentina, Colombia, Netherlands, Italy, France, Australia and Greece and is a great way for you melodic punk afficionados out there to discover some new bands.

Stream it below and download it for free on bandcamp.



The Friday Prophets release “1994” medley music video

The Friday Prophets have released a music video for their tribute song “1994”. As the title hints at, the song is a medley of tracks released by punk bands in 1994 and includes songs by The Offspring, Millencolin, Lagwagon, Green Day, Bad Religion, NOFX and more. You can check it out the 9 and a half minute video below.

The Friday Prophets latest release was their debut album Bits & Pieces which was released in 2013.



Music Video: The Friday Prophets – “Guardian Angel”

Sweden based punk rockers The Friday Prophets have released a music video containing tour footage for their song “Guardian Angel”.  Check it out below.

The track is featured on the band’s debut album “Bits & Pieces” which in this editor’s opinion was one of the best albums released in 2013.  You can download it for free on bandcamp (recommended).



The Friday Prophets release acoustic music video of an unreleased song “Heart Displacement”

Sweden based punk rockers The Friday Prophets, have recently uploaded to YouTube an acoustic music video of an unreleased song entitled “Heart Displacement”, and you can check it out below. The song is set to appear on the band’s upcoming album, which we don’t have any more details at the moment.

The Friday Phophets last released a full length album entitled “Bits And Pieces” back in November 2013. If you wish, you can stream it right here.



The Friday Prophets (90s style pop-punk) offer new album “Bits & Pieces”, release music video

Swedish punk act The Friday Prophets has released a second music video from their debut album “Bits & Pieces”.  It’s for the song “All The Roads” and you can check it out, along with a stream of the entire album below.

If you consider yourself a fan of 90’s era punk rock then these guys are definitely worthy your time.  Imagine vocals that sound like Billie Joe Armstrong when he still sang punk and enough differentiation between the tracks to keep you interested and on your toes – there’s even a couple rap/punk hybrid songs thrown in there!

If you’re enjoying this album as much as I am you can download that bad boy for free here.



The Friday Prophets release music video for “Amsterdam”, stream new full-length (FFO: pre-Dookie era Green Day)

If you fancy yourself a fan of Green Day when they were still more punk than pop-rock I’d recommend checking out Swedish punk act The Friday Prophets.  The band has just premiered a music video for their song “Amsterdam” which appears on “Bits & Pieces”, their most recent album.

It’s an interesting release with vocals that sound to me just like Billie Joe Armstrong and enough differentiation between the tracks to keep you interested and on your toes – there’s even a couple rap/punk hybrid songs thrown in there!  Give the album a stream and check out the music video below.