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United Defiance release video for new single “Cool Kids Club”

Cali punks United Defiance have released a new single, “Cool Kids Club”, via new home Thousand Islands Records, They’ve released a video for it, which you can watch below.

The band embark on a short Canadian tour this month – details are also below.

United Defiance (punk) signs to Thousand Islands Records and release teaser video

Cali punks United Defiance have signed on to Thousand Islands Records, just in time to hit the studio to record their new album. To celebrate the new union the band has released a teaser video for their upcoming single “Cool Kids Club”. In addition to all of this awesome news, United Defiance has announced a quick run of Canadian shows.

Check out the teaser video here and tour dates below.

United Defiance last released Safe At Home back in 2018 on the now defunct Heliarc Records.

United Defiance stream album “Safe At Home”

Concord, CA punks United Defiance are now streaming their new album “Safe at Home” through Heliarc Records.

“Safe at Home” serves as follow up to 2015’s EP, “Here’s To You” which was a hats off to Emilio Nevarez of The Lucky Eejits, who was shot and killed in earlier this month, and Nicina Desoto of Falling to Pieces, who died in a hit and run in 2010.

The full 13 tracks are available to stream below, and is available for purchase if you dig it and want to throw these guys some cash!

Introducing New Label, Heliarc Records

Earlier this year DIY label Heliarc Records was born in the bowels of Kern County, California. In the first seven months of their existence, they have signed four bands and made a ton of exciting announcements, all of which, we’ve missed! So, time for a little housekeeping!

Concord California natives, United Defiance recently recorded a music video with the incredible folks over at Bridge City Sessions. The fivesome also announced a new full length album coming in 2018!

This past summer, two more of the label’s stellar signees also premiered music videos. Vegas pop punks, Callshot released their debut video (produced and directed by our buddies over at KingRock Photo/99% Magazine) and Bakersfield, California act The ’08 Orchestra released a video for “Bartender” from newest EP Ruiner with the help of Hectic Films.

And lastly (but certainly not least-ly?), punk quartet The Withdrawals just released the first single, “Hellbound Meltdown” from their impending EP, Amurika (due out in January ’18).

United Defiance announce Californian shows

California punk act, United Defiance, have announced a few local Californian shows.

You can check out the dates below.

The band released their latest EP Here’s to You in 2015, serving as a follow-up to 2014′s Way It’s Gonna Be.

United Defiance announce new EP “Here’s To You”

California punks United Defiance have announced plans to release a new EP titled Here’s to You. The EP will be dedicated to the memory of Emilio Nevarez of The Lucky Eejits, who was shot and killed in earlier this month, and Nicina Desoto of Falling to Pieces, who died in a hit and run in 2010.

Here’s to You is set to be released early this summer, serving as a follow-up to 2014’s Way It’s Gonna Be. We’ll keep you posted as more info on the EP becomes available.

United Defiance to record new EP

United Defiance are getting ready to record a new EP, which they hope to get out by this summer. No other details have been confirmed yet, but we’ll keep you posted as that information becomes available.

United Defiance released their debut album, Way It’s Gonna Be, on August 5, 2014.

DS Photo Gallery: Bum City Saints, United Defiance, The Lonely Revolts, The Rinds at SUB Mission SF

A couple weeks ago I spent a Saturday with the boys of Bum City Saints. The band is getting ready to release their newest album in the coming months and invited me to their practice space to check out the development. As the sun set, we cleaned up in preparation for the night’s performances. It was to be a night of local Bay Area street punk at the ol SUB Mission in San Francisco, with Bum City Saints as the headliner.

First to the stage was The Rinds. The Oakland -based trio is currently recording their third album, and plays a classic sound of the streets, with a tinge of surf and sun. Despite the crowd’s lack of energy, the band really rocked it and has great stage presence and crisp, quality lines. I had never seen the band before, but they surely made a fan out of me right away. You can listen to their latest album, “Kick It In” below, and fall in love for yourself.

Next up to wow the crowd was The Lonely Revolts from Monterey. The guys just released their second full-length album, “Broken Bones Burning Hearts”, and they hit the stage with explosive energy ready to unleash their sound to the masses. With jumps, kicks, bridges, and ripping gang vocals, The Lonely Revolts was really a pleasure to see.

With the theme of street punk firmly cemented in the air, Concord, CA’s United Defiance took to the stage and tore it up. Gritty, edgy, and fast is balanced with melodic whoah’s and thrashable riffs. Talk about a photographer’s dream, guitarist Rich Brown’s jumps are impeccable and add such a delight to live music. By this time the crowd was finally warming up, with a little movement on the dance floor eventually gaining some momentum for the final act.

I have never been to a bad Bum City Saints show, and this time was no exception. From the first chord to the last cymbal crash, the band kicks ass. There are no slow songs, no down time or moment to catch your breath – you know the moment they come on stage that you better hold on tight for the ride. The band will be releasing their newest album in the next few months so stay tuned for more updates as they become available.

Have a look at all of the night’s photos below.

Full Album Stream: United Defiance – ‘The Way It’s Gonna Be’

East Bay punk act United Defiance have released a stream of their debut album, The Way It’s Gonna Be. Additionally, the band has announced a short run of tour dates in support of the new album. You can check out the album stream and the tour dates and locations below.

United Defiance self-released The Way It’s Gonna Be on August 5, 2014. 

United Defiance release music video for title track of upcoming album “The Way It’s Gonna Be”

East bay punk act United Defiance is looking to release their new record “The Way It’s Gonna Be” this coming summer and to give you a taste of what’s to come, You can check out a music video for the title track below.