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Stream The Sidekicks’ “People’s Court” and catch them on tour with The Menzingers

Ohio’s The Sidekicks will be touring with The Menzingers this summer, for the following leg of the tour:

Jun 22 Lansing, MI – Three Stacks Festival
Jul 6 Yellow Springs, OH – Springsfest
Jul 23 Syracuse, NY – The Lost Horizon
Jul 24 Buffalo, NY – Rec Room
Jul 25 London, Canada – Rum Runners
Jul 28 Worchester, MA – Palldium
Jul 30 Lakewood, OH – Phantasy Nightclub
Jul 31 Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
Aug 1 Indianapolis, IN – Old National Centre
Aug 2 Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall
Aug 4 Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s
Aug 6 Cincinatti, OH – Southgate House Revival
Aug 8 Charleston, SC – The Music Farm
Aug 9 Virginia Beach – Peabody’s Nightclub
Aug 10 Baltimore, MD – Ottobar

They’ll be supporting their new single, “People’s Court.,” which you can hear below. The song is off their new album, Happiness Hours, which is out May 18th on Epitaph Records.



Harker (Pop Punk) stream new single “Dead Ends,” announce tour dates

Brighton’s Harker has announced a string of headlining tour dates, some of them with Mercy Union – and they are as follows:

18/05 – Brighton, Green Door Store
22/05 – London, 229 The Venue*
23/05 – Leeds, Temple Of Boom*
24/05 – Glasgow, Classic Grand*
25/05 – Lincoln, Call Of The Wild Festival
26/05 – Bristol, Booze Cruise Festival*

*with Mercy Union

You can hear “Dead Ends” below.



DS Exclusive: Triple Sundae (Indie Punk, UK) Release New Video for “Pollution” and Announce EP “Glow”

London indie-punks Triple Sundae are about to release a video for a new single titled “Pollution” and we’re giving you lot the first look at it. The fresh visuals accompany an announcement of a new six track EP Glow, which will be released this summer. Vocalist, Hassan Afaneh, had the following to say about the new single:

“’Pollution’ is a song that highlights how our own bad habits and ways of procrastinating can poorly affect our mental health without us noticing directly.” 

Since 2014, Triple Sundae have been a notable presence in London’s punk rock scene and with the release of Glow we’re expecting them to make even bigger waves.  Recorded at Anchor Baby (Ghouls, Chris Slade, Chapter & Verse) and using 2018 EP Peace of Mind as a springboard, the new record draws influence from the likes of The Menzingers, Spraynard, and Jeff Rosenstock.

You can check out the video for the first single from Glow, “Mental Pollution”, below.



Gary Yay (solo project, pop punk) releases Smiths cover

Gary Yay, who’s been in several UK  bands over the years (Telegraphs, Eager Teeth, Summerslam ’88, Poindexter and more recently as guitarist in Phinius Gage), has released a cover of The Smiths song ‘The Boy With The Thorn In His Side’. Gary released his debut solo album, ‘When I Grow Up To Be A Man’, in March this year.

You can hear his album in full and read his reasons for covering this song over at his bandcamp. The song can be streamed below.



Broadside (pop punk) deliver first new songs in two years

Virginia pop-punk band Broadside have made two new songs available. Before heading out on their first tour of 2019, Broadside have released ‘King Of Nothing’ and ‘Empty’. Their last album, ‘Paradise’ was released in 2017 through Victory Records.

It doesn’t feel like they’ve changed it up too much with these two new songs, both of which can be heard below.



The Copyrights release new video for “Welcome Wagon” off split EP, announce tour

Pop punk superstars The Copyrights have released the video for “Welcome Wagon,” which is off the split EP with Kepi Ghoulie (of the Groove Ghoulies), titled Observation Wagon.

The band will also be touring with Kepi Ghoulie in the US and the EU, on the Re-Animation Festival Tour. The dates, as well as the video for “Welcome Wagon” can be found below.



Ogikubo Station announce new EP, stream new video

Ogikubo Station has announced they will be releasing their new EP, Okinawan Love Songs, on June 14th via Asian Man Records.

To give you an idea of what to expect from the new EP, the band has released a music video for the song “Would I Break My Heart Enough For You.”  You can check it out, along with the bands’ upcoming UK tour dates, below.

Ogikubo Station last released We Can Pretend Like in August 2018, also via Asian Man.



The Dumbheads (pop-punk, Russia) stream new album “Tales Of Terror”

Russian pop-punk band The Dumbheads are streaming their new album, Tales Of Terror, which was released on May 6th.

You can give it a listen below.

The Dumbheads last released Something Did Go Wrong in November 2018.



Primetime Failure release new record “Memory Lane”

 

German skatepunks Primetime Failure have released their new LP Memory Lane. The 8 track offering is out on a variety of labels, including Disconnect Disconnect Records, who you can order it from now

Have a listen to the whole thing below.



Punchline 13 (Pop Punk, Canada) Stream Single “Mirror” from Forthcoming Album “Newstatic”

Montreal pop punks Punchline 13 have a new single out. It’s called “Mirror” and is taken from the band’s forthcoming full-length album Newstatic. You can check out this teaser of the new record, which will be out in October this year, below.

The previous release from Punchline 13 was a Christmas single, Wham!’s “Last Christmas” last year.



New & Noteworthy: Stream Snacks? / Audio Visceral split EP (punk rock)

The new split between Ontario based punk acts Snacks? and Audio Visceral may not break new ground in terms of genre defining styles but you wouldn’t be reading Dying Scene if you didn’t love punk rock just the way it is. What I can tell you is that the four songs on this release (2 from each band) will remind you exactly why you love it so much. The more melodic and polished songs from Snacks? are instantly catchy and they compliment the grittier Audio Visceral half well, making every track a standout track on this release. I highly recommend you give it a listen below.



Quietdrive (pop punk) returning after long hiatus!

Minnesota band Quietdrive have announced that they will be active again from this summer. Having been mostly on a break for the past five years, the band have announced they will play Twin Cities Summer Jam in July at Canterbury Park, Minnesota. They have also hinted at new music coming soon as well.

Quietdrive have not put out new music since the largely overlooked studio album ‘The Ghost of What You Used to Be’ in 2014



New single from blink-182 ‘Blame It On My Youth’

Blink-182 have finally released material from their upcoming album. ‘Blame It On My Youth’ is now streaming across all the main platforms. The band has talked previously about how the new album will have a similar experimental approach to the 2003 untitled album.

The band have also announced a co-headlining tour this summer with Lil’ Wayne.

The new song and tour dates can be found below.



The Dollyrots premiere new single and video for “Everything”

The Dollyrots are back with a new album (Daydream Explosion) on July 12th, but to tide you over until then, we have the new single and video for “Everything,” which has been released as a 7″ single.

The band will be playing an album release show on July 13th at the High Hat in Los Angeles, CA, as well as the 25th anniversary Warped Tour show in Mountain View, CA.

Check out “Everything” below.



Stream the new song “What We Do Now” by Holly Would Surrender (pop-punk)

The Netherlands’ Holly Would Surrender are previewing and streaming a single off their upcoming album, WIsh You Were Bread (out May 24th on White Russian Records).

Check out “What We Do Now” below for some pop-punk goodness.