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Say Anything releasing deluxe edition of ‘Is a Real Boy’; stream acoustic version of “Belt”

Say Anything will be releasing a 10th Anniversary edition of their landmark album …Is a Real Boy this May through Doghouse Records. The deluxe edition will feature all 13 of the original album’s tracks, all 7 songs from the …Was a Real Boy EP, and the song “Walk Through Hell,” all remastered. The first 2500 pressings will also include a bonus 7-inch containing the unreleased song “Under the Influence” and an acoustic version of the song “Belt.” You can pre-order the set right here.

The band has released a stream of this new version of “Belt,” which you can give a listen to below.

Say Anything released their sixth album, Hebrews, on June 10, 2014 via Equal Vision Records.



Video: With The Punches – “Face Value”

New York pop-punkers With The Punches filmed a video for their song “Face Value” during a stop in the UK last December. Check out the final product right here.

“Face Value” appears appears on the band’s July 2012 album “Seams & Stitches,” released through Doghouse Records.



Video: With The Punches cover City And Colour’s “The Girl” with Matty from A Loss For Words

New York pop punkers With The Punches are currently on the road with A Loss For Words, Hit The Lights and State Champs. During a stop in Joliet, IL, WTP played an acoustic session for the folks at Neck Deep Media, and covered City And Colour’s “The Girl.” As a bonus, Matty from A Loss For Words helps out on vocals. Click here to check it out.

With The Punches’ last album, “Seams And Stitches,” was released back in July through Doghouse Records.



Video: With the Punches do acoustic versions of “Postcards” and “I Told You Already”

New York pop punkers With the Punches are the latest band to appear on the Punks in Vegas Stripped Down Sessions.

The guys played acoustic renditions of “Postcards” and “I Told You Already,” both from their album “Seams & Stitches” behind The Box Office in Las Vegas.

Check out the vids here.

“Seams and Stitches,” was released on July 3rd through Doghouse Records.



With the Punches post tour video

New York pop punkers With the Punches have posted a tour video documenting their time on the PropertyOfZach Tour.

You can watch the video here.

The band’s latest album, “Seams and Stitches,” was released on July 3rd through Doghouse Records.



Album Review: With the Punches – “Seams & Stitches”

For those readers who are unfamiliar with them, With the Punches is a pop punk band from Newburgh, NY. Their style falls in line with the modern pop punk that’s so popular with the kids these days- there’s a definite hardcore influence on their music, but there are also layers upon layers of melodies and a keen sense of pop music driving their songs. After four years of playing shows together, the band has just released their debut LP, “Seams & Stitches”, on Doghouse Records.

“Seams & Stitches” plays it relatively safe. Twelve songs about girls, heartbreak, wanting to ‘get out of this place’, and betrayal. The music is also fairly standard: lots of fast chugging, steady beats, and guitar leads that appear to be present at all times. In many ways, “Seams & Stitches” sounds a lot like New Found Glory’s self titled and Valencia’s “This Could Be a Possibility” had a child. I don’t mean that in a bad way- it’s just a way of saying that a lot of what is on this album has been heard before.

Still, “Seams & Stitches” has its moments, even if it’s been done before. The true highlight is probably the intensity of lead singer Jesse Vadala’s vocals. At times he sounds a little similar to Valencia’s Shane Henderson, but there’s an aggressiveness in Vadala’s voice that is definitely a integral part of With the Punches’ sound.  It’s that harshness that sometimes enters his voice that really sells the bitter attitude in tracks like “Postcards” and “Face Value” (which happen to be two of the strongest tracks present on the album).

In the realm of pop punk, whether it’s been done before or not should be irrelevant- there are only so many ways to experiment with the sound before you’re playing a different genre. With the Punches don’t try to be anything that they’re not- and it works out well for them. The band may not be reinventing the wheel on “Seams & Stitches”, but why would they want to reinvent something that works perfectly fine?

3.5/5

RIYL: New Found Glory, Valencia, The Story So Far



With The Punches stream new album “Seams & Stitches”

New York pop punkers With the Punches are streaming their entire upcoming full length, “Seams and Stitches” right here.

The album was released today (July 3rd) through Doghouse Records.



Doghouse Records selling rare label merchandise

Well this is pretty cool. Doghouse Records is currently selling some rare/hard to find record bundles on the label’s eBay page. You can currently bid on some Say Anything and All American Rejects records: the label has also announced the more records will be auctioned off in the next coming weeks.

Check out the eBay store here and happy bidding!



With The Punches debut new song “Cags”

New York pop punkers With the Punches have debuted “Cags,” a new track from their upcoming full length, “Seams and Stitches.” The track can be heard right here!

“Seams and Stitches” will be released July 3rd through Doghouse Records.



With The Punches posts studio video

New York pop punkers With the Punches have posted a behind the scenes video in which they discussed their upcoming album “Seams and Stitches.”

You can check it out here.

With the Punches will be released their debut “Seams and Stitches” on July 3rd through Doghouse Records. The band will be touring the U.S. this summer.



With the Punches announce US tour dates

New York pop punkers With the Punches are set to head out this summer on the Property of Zack tour with support from SoCal’s Forever Came Calling and Albany, NY’s State Champs.

You can check out the tour dates right here.

With the Punches will be released their debut “Seams and Stitches” on July 3rd through Doghouse Records.



With The Punches announce debut full length “Seams and Stitches”

New York pop-punk act With The Punches have just announced they will be releasing their debut full length “Seams and Stitches” on July 3rd. More information including tracklisting will be released next week.

A teaser of a new song “Don’t Panic” can be heard here.

With The Punches released their last EP “It’s Not The End Of The World” in March 8th of this year.



With The Punches stream new single “I Told You Already”

On February 14th, New York pop-punk act With The Punches will be releasing their second single “I Told You Already” via iTunes and Amazon but you can stream it right now, right here.

The band’s debut full-length is slated to be released some time in early 2012 via Doghouse Records.



With The Punches releasing “I Told You Already” single on Valentine’s Day

On February 14th, New York pop-punk act With The Punches will be releasing their second single “I Told You Already” via iTunes and Amazon MP3.

The band’s debut full-length is slated to be released some time in early 2012 via Doghouse Records.



With The Punches offering free download of “No, I’m Not Going To 80’s Night”

New York pop-punk act With The Punches are offering a download of their song “No, I’m Not Going To 80’s Night” in exchange for a tweet right here.

The band’s debut full-length is slated to be released some time in early 2012 via Doghouse Records.