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DS Exclusive: Rough Dreams premiere new music video, “The Cold Sweat Shakes”

Ya’ll like music, right? And new music videos? I mean, why else would you come to a music news website, am I right?

Today we’ve got something special for ya’ – straight from the heartland, well the south I suppose, but Rough Dreams is a “Midwest-style” punk band out of Tennessee infused with a personal, and intimate sound which if nothing else, you can be sure is coming straight from the heart. Mason-Dixon be damned! Today they are premiering a music video dedicated to the songs that move us, “The Cold Sweat Shakes”. You can stream “The Cold Sweat Shakes” below.

Rough Dreams is a self-described “indie band with roots in punk rock [who] take their name from Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve got Dreams to Remember'”, and draw heavily on inspiration from bands like Hot Water Music, Jawbreaker, and The Swellers. Their self-titled debut EP was released earlier this year via Coffin Curse Records, and recorded jointly “in Knoxville by Zach Householder (Whitechapel) and Miah Lajeunesse (The Sound Lair) as well as in Saginaw, MI with Nick Diener (The Swellers) at Oneder Studios.” It was mixed and mastered by Nick Diener and is available for streaming and name your price purchase on Rough Dreams’ bandcamp.

Enjoy the premiere!



Big Nothing (Philadelphia Punk Rock) and Dangers Of Love announce UK tour

Philadelphia’s Big Nothing have announced their first UK tour in support of their new album “Chris”The band was recently featured in Rolling Stone’s Songs You Need To Know.

In support will be the awesome Dangers Of Love from London, UK, who recently released their self-titled, debut EP.

Check out the dates below with music from both bands.



From Parts Unknown (ffo: The Lawrence Arms, Tiger Army) release new EP, “S8N”

Dallas punk rock and roll band, From Parts Unknown has just released a new EP with Stars At Night Records and Stupid Rad Merch Co. It is available for streaming on their Spotify channel, with vinyl variant pre-order bundles available here. Check them out on the road now!



Obey The Brave release video for “Seeing Red”

Obey The Brave have released an all-new video. “Seeing Red” is the first single off the Canadian band’s new album, Balance, released on July 19th.  You can watch the metalcore band’s latest offering below.



The Sidekicks stream new song, “Ode To Jerry”

Ohio’s The Sidekicks are currently streaming their new song, “Ode to Jerry.” According to bassist Ryan Starinsky, “During the recording of ‘Happiness Hours’, Jerry came to me in a dream. There, he gifted me this song to commemorate some rockers who have come before, altogether making me rethink the uncertain realm of death”. You can listen to “Ode To Jerry” now via Spotify.

 



Stream three new songs from The Decline’s new album, “Flash Gordon Ramsay Street”

Australia’s The Decline are currently streaming three new songs off their upcoming album, Flash Gordon Ramsay Street. The album will be released August 30th on Disconnect Disconnect Records, and you can check out the songs below.



Stream a new single from Fights and Fires new EP, “Kebaptism”

Available as a name your own price download, the United Kingdom’s Fights and Fires have released the second song from Kebaptism, “Row Away.” The song follows the release of, “I Want Napalm Death Played At My Funeral.”  You can hear both songs below.



Bad Religion expand fall tour

While the band is already touring in support of their new album, Age of Unreason, Bad Religion have added some additional tour dates to the US leg of the tour. The newly added dates will begin September 17 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and wrap October 6 in San Diego, CA. Tickets are on sale as of August 19th at https://badreligion.com/tour.

The new tour dates can be found below.



Tiger Army stream brand-new single “Eyes Of The Night”

Tiger Army is streaming the first single, “Eyes Of The Night,” off their forthcoming album, Retrofuture, due September 13. A return to form for the band, it’s a fast and punk song and absolutely worth checking out below.



Modern Guns (Indonesia) stream new single, “No Chance to Bloom”

“No Chance to Bloom” by Indonesian hardcore punks Modern Guns features Ijal Bulb and is off their upcoming album, to be released on an as yet unknown date, We Are Strangers After All. You can check out the new song below.

 



The Lucky Eejits stream new album, “Out of Time”

Oakland, CA pop-punkers The Lucky Eejits new album, Out of Time is currently streaming. It is their latest release on Wiretap Records, and a fun, edgy pop-punk album worth checking out. You can hear it below.

 



Clowns to perform full albums on “Keepin’ The Dives Alive” tour in Melbourne

To give back to the Melbourne scene, Clowns are doing a mini-tour of dive venues in the city, performing full albums along the way. Tickets are available at www.clowns.oztix.com.au.

The dates and albums are:
Wednesday, August 14 – The Old Bar – Performing Lucid Again
Thursday, August 15 – Last Chance – Performing Bad Blood
Friday, August 16 – Bar Open – Performing Nature/Nurture
Saturday, August 17 – The Espy Basement – Performing I’m Not Right
Sunday, August 18 – Wrangler Studios – all ages show



Pirate Press announce “Rock the Ship” festival this October 17-20

Pirates Press Records have announced their 15th anniversary weekend “Rock the Ship” festival, which will be held October 17-20 in the Bay Area. Held on the deck of an aircraft carrier, The USS Hornet. Bands include Cock Sparrer, Subhumans, CJ Ramone, Off With Their Heads, Monster Squad, and many more.

350 limited Weekend Passes will go on sale at 9am Monday morning (California time) at rocktheship.com. If you want to see most of these bands, you need one. Individual tickets to the Saturday show aboard the USS Hornet will be sold once the weekend passes are gone, but having a weekend pass is the only way to attend the 4 other official “ROCK THE SHIP” events at the Starline Social Club & Ballroom



Stream the new Good Riddance album, “Thoughts and Prayers”

Good Riddance‘s Thoughts and Prayers was just released on Fat Wreck Chords, and you can check it out below.  The band will be touring Europe and the Unite States in support of the new album – you can find tour dates on their Bandcamp page.



The Mizzerables (Chicago Punk) release video for “Reverie”

“Reverie” is the first song off The Mizzerables‘ upcoming album, Whatever… This Sucks, due out August 23rd. On August 6th, they’ll be hosting a listening party, as well as playing an acoustic set and providing pizza for everyone who comes to The Native in Chicago, IL.

Check out the new song and video below.