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ROAM detail regional UK tour

UK pop punkers Roam continue to tour their recent Smile Wide album (out on Hopeless Records), taking in some smaller venues around the UK at the start of 2020. The 14 date tour beings Jan 24th in Bournemouth and runs until Feb 6th in Brighton.

Full details below. Tickets go on sale Friday (22nd November).



Sum 41 Storms Paste Magazine’s Live Studio

Sum 41 is out with a new record and they took a trip over to Paste Magazine to record a live studio session with Paste’s resident musical madman Brad Wagner. While the group may be known for blazing guitar solos and hard pumping drumlines they brought a far tamer and stripped-down version to the Paste studio that still hit all the same chords.



Slam Dunk Festival 2020: Dates and First Bands Announced

 

Slam Dunk Festival will be returning to Temple Newsham and Hatfield Park on the 23rd and 24th May 2020 respectively.  Four Year Strong, The Wonder Years, Motion City Soundtrack and State Champs are among the first bands to be announced, with plenty more bands due to be added to the line up over the coming months.  Early bird tickets go on sale Friday 27th September HERE!



Bayside announce new album “Interrobag”, stream new single for title track

New York pop-punk veterans Bayside have just announced the release of their new full-length album “Interrobang.” Slated for release via Hopeless Records, fans can expect it to hit digital shelves on October 4th. Until then get a taste for what’s to come by streaming the title track below.

“Interrobang” is the band’s first release since last year’s acoustic album cleverly titled “Acoustic Volume 2.”



Singers from Bayside, Saves The Day, Thursday and more come together for Dayton, Ohio

The great city of Dayton, Ohio has been hit with back to back tragedies this year. With the unthinkable event that took place earlier this month, when an active shooter opened fire in the city’s Oregon District and killed nine people and injured dozens more. As if that wasn’t enough Dayton was also ravaged earlier this summer by fifteen tornadoes on Memorial Day.

So suffice it to say the community could use a little morale boost as well as a helping hand, and enter the great singers of Bayside, Saves The Day, Thursday and more to be a part of Dayton United: A Benefit For The Dayton Foundation. The event will take place August 28th, at the Dayton Masonic Live.

If you’re in the area be sure to head on over and support this great cause. Check out this acoustic version of Bayside’s “Sick, Sick, Sick” below to get you in the mood.



ROAM release ‘Piranha’ from upcoming album

UK pop punkers Roam release new album Smile Wide on September 6th via Hopeless Records. Follow recent single “I Don’t Think I Live Here Anymore“, the band have released a second single from the record, “Piranha”.

You can have a listen below.



Tiny Moving Parts Announce new album “Breathe” and US/UK tourdates

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts have a new album, Breathe which is due out September 13 via Hopeless Records, and they are planning a tour of the UK and a headlining tour of the US. They also have a music video for the album’s first single “Medicine”.

Pre-sale tickets are available here, and be sure to pre-order the new album here.

Check below for the tour dates and to check out the music video.



Sum 41 release music video for “45 (A Matter of Time)”

Sum 41 have released another single from their upcoming seventh studio album, Order In Decline, out July 19 via Hopeless Records.

You can check out the video for “45 (A Matter of Time)” below.

Sum 41’s last album 13 Voices was released in October, 2016, also through Hopeless.



Festival Preview: 2000 Trees (Cheltenham, UK)

2000 Trees is up there with the very best of the UK’s independent festivals. It’s been growing steadily over the last few years, offering some of the best in alternative rock for a fraction of what the major festivals set you back.

This year, the festival delivers some of the widest variety of punk, ska and hardcore among its indie mainstays, and we’ve collated a “must see” list for the weekend. If you’re not already headed down to Cheltenham next weekend, you can pick up tickets from the 2000 Trees website.

Check out our tips for the weekend below.



New Found Glory releases video for “Cups”

Pop-punk cover aficionados New Found Glory have released a video for the Anna Kendricks hit “Cups”, and yes I can promise it gets stuck in your head just like the original. Coming off New Found Glory’s latest covers album From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3, which was released back in May through Hopeless Records.

Check out the video below.

As much as New Found Glory takes flack for their musical stylings, no doubt we’re going to miss them when their gone, so enjoy these pop-punk covers of some real catchy-ass songs. As mentioned above, New Found Glory’s most recent release From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3. 



Sum 41 share video for new single ‘Never There’

Sum 41 have released another single from their upcoming seventh studio album, Order In Decline, out July 19 via Hopeless Records. The video for the new song has the theme of a broken home. The song is a slower, more stripped back affair compared to the other two heavier singles released so far.

Check out the video below.



Sum 41 release new single ‘Death In The Family’

Canadians Sum 41 have released another single ahead of their seventh studio album, Order In Decline, out July 19 via Hopeless Records. The video for the new song ‘Death In The Family’ sees the band switching between 1969 and 2019 in a concept video. The song is in a heavier style much like the previously released single ‘Out For Blood’. The new album, in fact, is believed to be their heaviest so far. Sum 41 last put out an album in 2016, 13 Voices, also via Hopeless.

Check out the video for ‘Death In The Family’ below. If you are interested in further details about the new album, there is also a recent interview below with Gunz Show for Alternative Press where lead singer Deryck Whibley goes into it.



Trashed Ambulance release new EP ‘Shorthanded’

Trashed Ambulance, a punk band from Alberta, Canada, have released their new EP, entitled ‘Shorthanded’. The band is newly signed to Thousand Islands Records and you can pick it up via their bandcamp. The last studio album from Trash Ambulance was ‘Blurry Thoughts’ in 2016.

You can stream the entire new EP below.



The Dangerous Summer release a video for ‘Bring Me Back To Life’ ahead of new album

The Dangerous Summer have released another new video from their forthcoming album ‘Mother Nature’, due out June 14 on Hopeless Records. The band are currently touring the US with Have Mercy and Modern Chemistry.

Check out the new video for ‘Bring Me Back To Life’ below.



New Found Glory cover “Let It Go” (yes, the song from “Frozen”)

Pop punk legends New Found Glory have shared another video from their new ‘From The Screen To Your Stereo Part 3’ out May 3 via Hopeless Records. This time it’s “Let It Go” from the animated film “Frozen.” They clearly had a lot of fun making this cover EP and the videos.

Check out the video below.