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Eternal Boy (pop punk) release new song ‘Promise’

Pennsylvania pop-punk trio Eternal Boy have released a new song called ‘Promise‘. The acoustic track was inspired by the horrific events that occurred at the Tree of Life Synagogue in their home city of Pittsburgh last October.

The song is their first release since their full-length ‘Awkward Phase’ which was one of the better (and somewhat overlooked) pop punk releases of 2017. Check out the new song below.

DS Exclusive: Eternal Boy (Pop Punk) Premieres Music Video For “Hung Up on Hope” From New Album

Pop punk phenoms, Eternal Boy are back with a new twelve track LP and to ring in its arrival, the trio sent over the debut music video for “Hung Up On Hope” the first single from the album. When asked about the inspiration for the video, vocalist Rishi Bahl explained “It was written about the classic romantic comedy movie, ‘French Kiss.’ The age old chase of the person you love that ends up taking you in a different direction. This video certainly takes you in an unexpected direction. The song has one of the strongest choruses on our new album and think that it’s going to make us famous and millionaires…not.” He just dropped a ’90’s Not’! Brilliant!! The full length Awkward Phase is out today so head on over to iTunes and order yourself a copy! If you’re broke like us, you can stream the video, exclusively here at Dying Scene below while while you scrounge through the couch cushions!

Eternal Boy release music video for “Clean State”

Pennsylvania pop-punk trio Eternal Boy have released a music video for their new song “Clean Slate.”

You can check it out below.

“Clean Slate” comes from the bands’ upcoming album Awkward Phase, which is set to be released on July 14th.

Eternal Boy (formerly Spacepimps) release new music video – “Awkward Phase”

Pennsylvania pop-punk trio Eternal Boy have a new music video to go along with their new name (they used to be called The SpacePimps). Watch “Awkward Phase” below.

About the name change, the band said:

“We are the same band, same songs, same people, just a new “look,” so to speak. We decided to change the name in order to continue to grow as a band.”

The band’s latest album was 2013’s (I guess now self-titled?) Eternal Boy.