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Pandhandler (Emo/Punk, Sweden) stream new single “Church”

Swedish Emo/Punk act Panhandler are streaming their new single, “Church.”

You can give it a listen below.

Panhandler last released There Goes The Neighborhood in 2016 via Trash Crusader Records and Whisk And Key Records.



Mom Jeans stream new album “Puppy Love” and announce tour dates

Berkeley’s Mom Jeans are streaming their new album Puppy Love.  It’s ten songs full of crippling anxiety and fear of the future tightly wrapped in some indie emo punk. The last release was 2016’s Best Buds.

They have two album release shows planned, the first on July 20 in San Francisco which is already sold out, while tickets are still available for July 21 in Los Angeles. After that they are embarking on a huge tour of the US that starts in Santa Ana, CA in September and goes until the end of November.

Check out the stream and the tour dates below.



Feed Them To The Forest (emo-punk) release video for “We Used To Make Mixtapes”

York, UK natives Feed Them To The Forest have just released their new music video for “We Used To Make Mixtapes.” The track is taken from their EP, “Can’t Forget” which was released on May 7, 2018.

Elliot Partridge comments, “This particular song is about trying to keep hold of your sense of self. It’s very easy to believe your own hype, or to try and live up to other people’s expectations by being something that you’re not– and it’s very hard to be happy or content when you’ve lost sight of what it is that actually makes you who you are.”

Feed Them To The Forest also have a few shows booked for July with more tour dates coming up.

Check out the video and show dates below.



Brackish stream new EP “Worlds”

Philly punk act Brackish are now streaming their new five track EP “Worlds” on black numbers.

The PA act’s last release was “Coming Down” that was released on black numbers July 2017.

Check it out below!



Kevin Devine and Worriers release digital split “Unplanned Service Changes”

Kevin Devine and Worriers have teamed up to release “Unplanned Service Changes.” The digital split was released last Friday.

You can check out both tracks below!

Kevin Devine’s last release was a split with Craig Finn, and Worriers’ was last year’s “Survival Pop.”



And Protector and Hollow Suns announce split EP, premiere music video for “Ghost Town”

And Protector/Hollow Suns split EPShizuoka, Japan based emo/punk band And Protector and Tokyo, Japan based punk-rockers Hollow Suns have announced they will be releasing a 4 track split EP together. In addition to the announcement And Protector have premiered a music video for the track “Ghost Town” from the split. You can watch it below.

The split EP, titled “APHS Split,” is set to be released on June 6th. The two bands will then be touring Japan together starting on May 30th, you can find tour dates below the video.



Clumsy Words (emo-punk) stream new EP “Rumination”

Akron, OH emo punks Clumsy Words are now streaming their new EP, “Rumination.”

The new independent EP serves as follow up to their last release of “Love. Trust. Hate. Broken.” in October of 2016.

Check out the new material below.



I Feel Fine (emo-punk) stream new EP “Long Distance Celebration”, release video for “Beached Community”

Brighton punks I Feel Fine have just released their new EP, “Long Distance Celebration” off of Failure By Design Records.

The four piece has also released a new video for “Beached Community,” the second track off of their new EP.

The five track piece follows up their release of “Everyday Safari” in February of this year.

Check out the EP below, and watch the video for “Beach Community” below.



The Maple State release “The Motorbike and The Closest of Calls”

Recently reformed Manchester, UK indie punks The Maple State, who released comeback album “The Things I Heard At The Party” back in March, have released an EP. The title track of the “The Motorbike and The Closest of Calls” is the final song on the album – the EP includes unreleased tracks from the last few years.

You can have a listen to it below.



Save Face signs to Epitaph, premieres new song “Bad”

Made official on April 4, New Jersey band Save Face has signed to become part of the Epitaph Records family. The band immediately made their label debut as well with the release of their new single “Bad”.

The band is also on tour this Spring with Boston Manor. You can check out the song, tour dates, and more information on the signing below.

Save Face last released “Folly: On the Rocks”, a stripped down and more intimate rendition of a previous release, in late 2017.



Say Anything sign to Dine Alone Records for upcoming album

California’s Say Anything have announced that they have signed to Dine Alone Records for their upcoming album, which will be produced by Will Yip.  Here’s what Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis had to say about the signing:

“It is surreal to have a new home for Say Anything. It’s been a minute since that’s been the case and I’m totally excited that we’ll now be working with the wonderful Dine Alone Records. I’ve been a fan of the label for a long time and am full on stoked to release our new Will-Yip-produced LP with them. The record is a bit different from the last one (blah blah as always) and is going to be an involved, weird organism, but one I am glad to entrust to Dine Alone.”

Say Anything last released I Don’t Think It Is in 2016 via Equal Vision Records.



The Maple State release video for “Winner”

Recently reformed Manchester, UK indie punks The Maple State release their new album “The Things I Heard At The Party” this Friday (23rd March), with pre-orders for both the vinyl and digital downloads up now on the band’s Bandcamp. Ahead of the album, the band have released a video for “Winning”.

You can watch it below.



Locate The Harbour (emo, UK) releases debut EP

Southampton, UK based emo project Locate The Harbour, aka Robbie Pemberton, has released his debut EP. The self-recorded, self-released, seven song affair, entitled ” I’m Still A Gribly”, is up now on Bandcamp. It’s available as a free download.

You can have a listen below.



Elm Tree Circle (Emo, Germany) stream new song “The Lease”

German emo act Elm Tree Circle are streaming their new song “The Lease.”

You can give it a listen below.

“The Lease” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut full length, The Good Life, which is set to be released on May 11th via KROD Records.



Long Way Down (emo punk) stream new song “Cobwebs” off upcoming album “Swinging For Fences”

Dutch emo punk band Long Way Down have premiered a brand new track off of their upcoming album, Swinging For The Fences. The track is one of seven on the new record, which is set for official release on April 20th. The album is a result of doubts, hardships on the road, and the ups and downs of being in a band – “Cobwebs” is a little peak in to that.

According to singer Leon Derksen:

We’ve been a band for over twelve years now, of course there’s ups and downs. We’ve done seven European tours – highlights, absolutely! – but we’ve also came to the point we wanted to throw the towel a few times. Therefor, the fact that we’re presenting some of our best efforts ever on “Swinging For The Fences” makes us extra proud.

You can stream the song below.