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Say Anything stream new track “Send You Off”

California’s Say Anything are now streaming a brand new track titled “Send You Off.” The vets more recently signed to  Dine Alone Records for their upcoming album, which will be produced by Will Yip.

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

Check out the new track below!



Sweet and Lowdown (emo/pop-punk, Canada) stream upcoming album “So Down”

Canadian emo/pop-punk act Sweet and Lowdown are streaming their upcoming album, So Down, which is set to be released on December 14th via Get Party Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Sweet and Lowdown last released Carolina/Last Name in September 2015.



Sleepy Limbs stream split EP with Champagne Colored Cars

Lancaster, Pennsylvania based emo rockers Sleepy Limbs along with Atlanta, Georgia punk/math rockers Champagne Colored Cars are currently streaming their split EP together. You can listen to both sides below.

This is the second EP for both bands respectively, and was released by Know Hope Records. The final Champagne Colored Cars track “Post-Modernism” features guest artist Pollyanna Holland-Wing, whilst the Sleepy Limbs track “Boo” features guest vocals from Jordan Capizzi of Ton-Taun, as well as Benjamin Liebsch, joining his former bandmates from You, Me, And Everyone We Know one more time.



DS Exclusive: Panhandler (ffo: Hot Water Music, Hard Girls) premiere new single, “Wherever That Is”

Here’s some new music out of Stockholm, Sweden to titillate your ear-holes. It’s a little bit country, a little bit punk, a little bit emo. Whatever you wanna call these guys (and lady) they’ve put together a righteous little indie tune that goes well with bands like The Menzingers, and Hard Girls.

Panhandler is gearing up to release their first full-length, Wherever That Is, on Trash Crusader Records (Europe) and Whisk and Key Records, (Australia) on December 8, 2018, following-up their 2016 EP, There Goes the Neighborhood. The band is fresh off a tour of The Outback, and promises the title-track to be “a painfully bittersweet, nostalgic tribute to past friends,” reminding us that, “no matter what separates you, the times you had will never go away.

Pre-orders for the album are available at Whisk and Key, and you can stream “Wherever That Is” below.



King Medicine (Emo, Greece) Stream Single “Cause and Fracture”

Self-proclaimed “working class emo” band King Medicine has just released a new single. The track is titled “Cause and Fracture” and is the first music from the ensemble since 2014 when they released the EP Voyage. It is not clear at present if the tune will feature on a forthcoming album or EP from the quartet.

You can check out “Cause and Fracture” by King Medicine below. Enjoy!



Hawthorne Heights release video for “Crimson Sand”

Hawthorne Heights have released a new video for “Crimson Sands”. The track is taken from the band’s newest album, Bad Frequencies, out now on Pure Noise.

You can have a watch below – as well as reading a statement from the band about the video.



New Music: No Hope/No Harm (Boston shoegaze) – “Erase Me”

So it’s Election Day and this song actually came out like a week ago, but sometimes we’re a little asleep at the wheel so we’re sharing it with you now. It’s the latest track from Boston’s No Hope/No Harm, and it’s called “Erase Me” and it’ll kick you right in your goddamn solar plexus or wherever your “feels” are located. If you’re not familiar with NH/NH, they’re the two-year-old brainchild of Luke O’Neil and Aaron Perrino, the latter of whom is best known for being frontman of The Sheila Divine, who were like the most important band in Boston for a while there.

This project rules, and not just because they have another song called “Punch A Nazi In The Face.” Google that one, and check out “Erase Me” below.



John Nolan (Taking Back Sunday) announces upcoming album “Abendigo”, premieres music video for “Do You Remember”, announces tour dates

John Nolan of Taking Back Sunday and Straylight Run has announced his upcoming album, Abendigo, to be released November 2nd via Collective Confusion Records. The album is available for pre-order here.

The music video for the album’s lead single, “Do You Remember”, is streaming now. Nolan says that he set out to create “a unique story with a dark edge to it”, and that’s exactly what this video is. you can check it out right below, along with the dates and locations for Nolan’s full-band November tour.

November tour tickets are available here.



Saves The Day (emo) releases lyric video for “Kerouac & Cassady”

Emo legends Saves The Day have released a video for their song “Kerouac & Cassady”. The song comes off the band’s highly anticipated new album, which is set to be released on October 26th.

Give the new song a listen below.

The upcoming album will be the first new music from Saves The Day in five years. If you’re an old Saves The Day fan this is clearly a slightly more mature band than you may remember, but for all the die-hard Saves fans no doubt you’ll love the new tune.



Saves The Day announces new album, releases lyric video

Emo/pop-punk group Saves The Day have announced they will be releasing their new album on October 26th via Rude Records.

To accompany that news, the band has released a lyric video for their new single, “Rendezvous.”  You can check that out below.

Saves The Day last released their self-titled album in September 2013 via Equal Vision Records.



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.”