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Fat Mike, Tommy, Baz and June record acoustic cover of The Muffs classic “Lucky Guy”

NoFX front-man Fat Mike joined forces with Tommy, Baz and June to record a heartfelt tribute to the late Kim Shattuck of The Muffs. The song originally appeared on the self-titled début album for The Muffs back in 1993. Kim Shattuck sadly passed away after a battle with ALS, she was just 56.

Check out the heartfelt tribute below.

Kim’s side project The Coolies released a six song EP back in the summer, all the proceeds from that album are going towards ALS research.

The Muffs announce first album in five years, “No Holiday”

Southern California icons The Muffs have announced their new album, the first in five years, titled No Holiday. Out on October 18th, the album will feature 18 songs, written between 1991 and 2017. That’s a long time to wait to record something!

Drummer Roy McDonald adds, “I think No Holiday is the most unique album we’ve ever made — 18 songs that run the spectrum from full-blown productions to intimate home recordings. This was a labor of love for us and I think that comes out in the record. We wanted to create something lasting and special. I, for one, couldn’t be happier with the results.”

You can watch a trailer for the album below.

Angelo Celli (Bracket) covers The Muffs song “I Wish that I Could Be You”

Angelo Celli, the guitarist of California pop-punk band Bracket, is streaming a cover of  The Muffs‘ song “I Wish that I Could Be You.”

You can give it a listen below.

Angelo has been posting original solo tunes as well as covers periodically on his Bandcamp page. Bracket most recently released Hold Your Applause in 2014 via Head2Wall Records.

11 Punk Songs That Will Make Your Week (Curated by Dying Scene editor Ben Van Nelson)

Ever wonder what the folks who run Dying Scene have been listening to lately?  We’re going to pretend you said “yes” to that question and feature a curated playlist from a different DS editor each week with the intent of exposing you to some new kickass punk bands. This week’s installment comes to you courtesy of editor Ben Van Nelson (Midwest Punk).

Check out the list (and see if you can figure out the two patterns) below.

Pouzza Fest 5 adds Punk Rock Karaoke and more bands to 2015 lineup

The ongoing “bands advent calendar” at Pouzza Fest’s headquarters is happening just as planned. They began unveiling bands on December 1st and since the last announcement, The Muffs, Cerebral Ballzy, and more have been added to Pouzza Fest’s 2015 edition, which will take place in Montreal on May 15-16-17. Additionally, the festival will feature the all-star Punk Rock Karaoke lineup comprised of Eric Melvin of NOFX, Stan Lee of The Dickies, Greg Hetson of Bad Religion, and Eddie Tatar of D.I..

We’ll be sure to keep you updated as the Pouzza Fest 5 advent calendar is unveiled. 3-day passes for the festival can be purchased right here.

The Muffs release music video for “Weird Boy Next Door”

SoCal punk veterans The Muffs have released a music video for their song “Weird Boy Next Door” and you can check it out below.

The band’s new album Whoop Dee Doo was released on July 29th through Burger Records. It serves as a follow-up to 2004′s Really Really Happy.

The Muffs stream new song “Weird Boy Next Door”

Southern California punk veterans The Muffs are streaming a new song entitled “Weird Boy Next Door,” taken from their upcoming album Whoop Dee Doo. Head over here to give it a listen.

Whoop Dee Doo is set to be released on July 29th through Burger Records. It will be The Muffs’ first full-length release in a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2004’s Really Really Happy.

The Muffs announce new album “Whoop Dee Doo,” stream new song “Up and Down Around”

Southern California punk veterans The Muffs have announced their new album Whoop Dee Doo will be released on July 29th through Burger Records. And to get you pumped for the record, they’re streaming a brand new song!

Give “Up and Down Around” a listen below.

Whoop Dee Doo will be The Muffs’ first full-length release in a decade, serving as a follow-up to 2004’s Really Really Happy.

The Muffs sign to Burger Records, to release new album

Southern California punk act The Muffs have announced they will release a new album this spring through Burger Records.

We’ll keep you posted ass more details on the release come to light. The Muffs’ last full-length album was 2004’s “Really Really Happy.”