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Music Video Premiere: Project Revise (pop-punk) stream “Time Will Carry You”

Worchestershire punks, Project Revise are unveiling a new music video via Dying Scene today. “Time Will Carry You” is a goofball rendition of the timeless tale of man’s ambition gone mad, and playing God with punk rock forces we can’t even begin to comprehend… hell, I’m still trying to figure out what’s going on this hilarious new video. Whatever it is, we’re all pretty excited about it… like, jumping-up-and-down-and-flailing-our-hands-around excited.

Project Revise goes well with Goldfinger and New Found Glory, so long as they are “completely operational and all of [their] circuits are functioning perfectly.”

“Time Will Carry You” was originally released on their EP, Songs That Sound Like Songs, in December of 2017. Since that time, they’ve sold out of the original, put out a video for every track on the album and re-issued an extended edition. This band likes to be in front of the camera, and I’m sure there will be plenty more of this awesome wholesome goodness coming our way in the near future. So stay tuned – and don’t worry crusties, I’m not talking about your instruments.

This is a good video for pop-punk and sci-fi junkies alike. Stream “Time Will Carry You” below.



Weatherstate (Bristol, UK Pop Punk) release new single complete with Basket Case homage music video

Bristol UK pop punks Weatherstate have released their latest single “Medicate” The video for the track plays homage to the classic Green Day video for “Basket Case”, and has earned a thumbs up from Mike Dirnt himself already.

The single follows up from ‘Sympathy’, ‘Brain Dead’ and ‘Rotten Lungs’, all taken from the band’s debut album “Born A Cynic”, which is release via Failure By Design in the UK and Wiretap Records in the US on 10 May. The band play Bournemouth (2nd May) at The Anvil, London (10th May) at Sebright Arms and Bristol’s Booze Cruise (24th may) to support the release.

Check out the video using the player below.



Rough Dreams (Emo) announce tour dates

Rough Dreams (featuring members of Wolves x4 and Bad Idols) will be hitting the road for a handful of shows this spring to promote the release of their upcoming debut 7” on Coffin Curse Records.

Check the dates below.



Carousel Kings (pop punk) release new song ‘Lock Meowt’ and announce new album

Carousel Kings will put out their new studio album ‘Ultra’ via Victory Records on May 31st. Along with announcing the new record, they have also released a new single ‘Lock Meowt’. This will be their first release since ‘Charm City’ came out in 2017, also on Victory.

Guitarist Will Barovick believes that the single reflects where pop punk is heading in 2019. You can see if you agree by watching the video below.



Stickup Kid (pop punk) announce new album and stream title track ‘Soul Drive’

California pop punk band Stickup Kid are back with a new album, ‘Soul Drive,’ which will be released on May 3rd via Billie Joe Armstrong’s Adeline Records. This will be the band’s first full length since ‘Future Fire’ which was released in 2013. The band have stated that they were eager to step away from being another generic pop punk band with this new album.

Check out their new video below.



Ravenna release video for “My Hero”

Dutch Melodic pop punks Ravenna have released a new video for “My Hero”, a track off their 2018 album Hearts Under Fire, out on White Russian Records.

Have a watch – and read about the story behind the track – below.



Showoff (pop punk) singer Chris Messer tells stories from late 90s and early 2000s on podcast

The latest guest on The Wasting Time Podcast is Chris Messer, singer of Chicago pop punk band Showoff and owner of Dodgeball Records. He goes into detail about Showoff’s early days and how they became the first band to record with mega producer John Feldmann. He tells the story of their sophomore effort recorded with Mark Trombino and the crazy reasons it never saw the light of day. Chris also candidly tells about the disgraceful behaviour of a certain band (Everclear) that were huge in the 90s. He talks about his years in other bands including The Get Go, and why he wasn’t keen on joining Fall Out Boy when he had the chance.

This can be found on all the usual podcast platforms or their website.

 



New Found Glory share video for cover of ‘Eye Of The Tiger’

Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared a third video from their upcoming ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3’ out May 3 via Hopeless Records. This time Survivor’s ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ gets the New Found Glory makeover. They clearly had a lot of fun making this cover EP and the videos. All three released so far have been a fun listen (although this one is probably the least interesting).

Check out the video for ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ along with the EP track listing below.



All Better (pop-punk, UK) release music video for “Let Go”

Brighton dirty pop act All Better have released a new music video for their song, “Let Go,” which comes from their upcoming EP, How It All Worked Out, that will be released on June 14th via Real Ghost Records.

You can check it out below.

All Better last released A Turn At Being Cool in 2018.



Martha (pop-punk, UK) stream new album “Love Keeps Kicking”

UK very-poppy-punk band Martha are streaming their new album, Love Keeps Kicking, which was released on April 5th via Dirtnap Records.

You can give it a listen below.

Martha last released Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart in July 2016.



Chief State (pop-punk) release video for new single “I’ll Be A Mess Without You”

Vancouver pop-punk five-piece Chief State have released a video for new track “I’ll Be A Mess Without You”. The track is up on Spotify now and is out to promote the band’s current tour.

Watch the video and check the remaining tour dates below.



Dave Hause streams “Fireflies” off upcoming album “Kick”

If you’re jonesing for another taste of the upcoming Dave Hause album “Kick” then here’s your dose. Stream “Fireflies” below. It’s mellow but solid IMO.

“Kick” is due out through Rise Records on April 12th.



For I Am (Pop Punk, Belgium) release “The Armistice” from upcoming album

Belgian pop punks For I Am have released a music video for “The Armistace”, the first single taken from a forthcoming album (due later this year).

“The Armistace” tackles mental health issues head on. In the band’s own words:

“As intricate human beings, we at times experience difficulties getting the message across we want to get across. Reactions might differ because of underlying reasons we don’t know about or reasons we do not necessarily understand. Mutual respect for one another is of the utmost importance, but sadly it’s also something we discard way too often. Let us at least try to understand each other and open up our hearts & ears to one another. Let us really listen. Let the armistice be now.”

Check out the video using the player below – the track is also available to stream on Spotify now.



Bracket to release new album “Too Old To Die Young” on Fat Wreck, stream new song “Canned From The Food Drive”

Well now, look who’s back on the Fat Wreck roster. It’s California pop-punk veterans Bracket and it appears they’ll be putting out a new album titled “Too Old To Die Young” on May 31st. Don’t remember Bracket? Do remember but want to know how they sound today? Give “Canned From The Food Drive,” the first single from the upcoming album, a listen below.

Pre-order the album here.



MxPx put out ‘remix’ of Heard That Sound featuring Five Iron Frenzy

Ahead of their show together last weekend in Chicago, MxPx put out a version of ‘Heard That Sound’ featuring Five Iron Frenzy. Despite being labelled as a remix of the song, this is actually a live recording from a gig in 2015. The brass section of Five Iron Frenzy joined the legendary punks on stage to play the main riff for the song. If you have not heard this before, it is still well worth a listen and you can hear the entire set which serves as MxPx’s second live album ‘Left Coast Live‘ which was released in 2017.

Check out the ‘remix’ of Heard That Sound below.