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Fat Heaven stream new EP “Crybaby”

Boy oh boy oh fucking boy! New Fat Heaven here, and here to stay! These Brooklyn skate punks are rolling in hot with “Crybaby” which is their newest release since 2016’s Tough Luck album. Which was also fire by the way. What I’m really saying here is that you should just check it out below. Check out Crybaby, and revel in your newfound punk favorites.

DS Exclusive: Grievances Premieres New Album Late Bloomers

Grievances isn’t even two years old yet, but this Canadian trio (featuring frontman Danny Kidd of Wasted Potential fame) already has two incredible EPs to their credit. Now, the crafty canucks have returned with their debut LP Late Bloomers (did anyone else have a Trapper Keeper that looked exactly like the album art?) and wanted DS readers to get an exclusive first listen! Stream all ten, tremendous tracks, exclusively here at Dying Scene, below!

Grievances release preview tracks from upcoming album “Late Bloomers”

Canada continues their slow invasion to the south with Grievances hotly thrusting downward from London, Ontario into the placid nethers of Lake Erie. I mean, that’s how I’d do it anyway.

Ahem. Grievances have released two tracks from their upcoming album “Late Bloomers,” which will be released on October 6th via Chisel Records. You can check out “Obscurity” and “I Want to Die” below, and preorder the album for nine shiny Trudeau Dollahs at bandcamp.

DS Exclusive: Grievances Premieres “I Want To Die” From Upcoming Debut LP

We typically like to do all of the wordsmithing around these parts but every so often, there’s a band bio that sums up the act way better than we could. This is one of those bio’s: “Four formerly angst ridden twenty somethings from London, ON, Canada. Quickly approaching their thirties and hurling their anxieties at the well fished sea of pop punk to see what sort of monsters will rise. We were trying to be the Menzingers but are commonly compared to Superchunk.” If that awe inspiring write up doesn’t grab ya, you’ll definitely be hooked after you give them a listen! Today we’re pleased to premiere the track “I Want To Die” from the quartet’s first LP, Late Bloomers due out later this fall via Chisel Records. Until it drops though, we recommend streaming the debut single incessantly. Hop to it, below!

Caffiends debut video for “Chuck Mental”

Florida punks Caffiends have debuted a video for their song “Chuck Mental.” You can view it below.

“Chuck Mental” is featured on their recently released split with Peabodys. You can listen to that album here.

Caffiends release split with Peabodys

Florida’s Caffiends have released their twelve track split with Pennsylvania’s Peabodys. The record features six tracks from both bands and is available via Swamp Cabbage, No Time, Everything Sucks, and Team Beard Records.

You can listen to the entire thing below, or grab a copy if you like it.

DS Exclusive Premiere: Fat Heaven – “In My Head” From Debut LP, “Tough Luck”

Sometimes, the daily task of checking our inbox becomes mundane, arduous even. But not today! Today, Brooklyn skate punk act, Fat Heaven sent us a track to premiere off of their upcoming, debut LP, Tough Luck which comes out later this year via Mirror Universe Tapes. Just as we’ve come to expect from this tremendously talented trio, the single “In My Head” is upbeat and catchy as hell. Stream it below! DO IT!





You Vandal announce fall tour with Seagulls

Gainesville indie/pop-punk act You Vandal and Atlanta pop-punk act Seagulls have announced some fall tour dates.

You can check out all the dates and locations below.

You Vandal last released Abandon All Hope in 2015.  Seagulls last released a split with Karbomb in March via Say-10 Records.

Edmonton stream new 7-inch “No”

Gainsville’s Edmonton are now streaming their newly released 7-inch entitled “No” in its entirety. The record is out now through Chisel Records and you can check it out below.

The band previously released an EP called “Walk It Off” back in April 2014.

Edmonton stream new song “No”

Gainesville’s Edmonton are streaming a new song titled “No,” taken from their upcoming 7″ of the same title. You can give the track a listen below.

No is set to release on March 1st through Chisel Records. Pre-orders are available here.

Edmonton (emo) to release “No” 7-inch on Chisel Records, stream new song “Solid Knowledge”

Gainesville emo/indie-punk act Edmonton will release a brand new 7-inch titled simply “No” on March 1st through the good folks at Chisel Records.

The album is up for pre-order here and here and to get your juices flowing you can stream a brand new track from the release called “Solid Knowledge” below.

“No” is a follow-up to the band’s “Walk It Off” EP released in April of 2014.

Caffiends stream new album “No Gods, No Decaf”

Florida pop-punk act Caffiends are streaming their new album No Gods, No Decaf in its entirety and you can check it out below!

 No Gods, No Decaf came out on August 21st through Anti-Authority Records. You can get your own copy here and/or right here.

Album Review: You Vandal – “Abandon All Hope”

You Vandal play a form of emotive pop punk somewhat removed from the saccharine variety their Saves the Day-inspired moniker might imply. Instead, the Gainesville group employs a 90s alternative-leaning sound that owes more to early Brand New and like-minded UK brethren Moose Blood. Sound like an interesting mix? It is!

Abandon All Hope ticks off the necessary boxes over the course of its satisfying run-time. The band at times echoes the uptempo flair of Jimmy Eat World, particularly on the title track, while vocalist Eric Cannon has a knack for channeling Adam Lazzara with his charismatic delivery and catchy lyricism. The album pleasantly eschews genre archetypes by occasionally slowing things down and settling into a melodic groove (“Pixies,” “O.K.”) or upping the distortion and letting their grunge influences shine through (“No Fun,” “Die Alone”).

The only knock against the album is that some of the slower tracks tend to run together, though when they’re this enjoyable is that really a con? Pop punk and emo aficionados and fans of the aforementioned bands should spend some time with You Vandal. They haven’t reached the genre-defining heights of their namesake, but they have put together an album with hooks for days and the tight musicianship of a group clearly working to hone their craft. Recommended listening.

3.5 / 5 – Listen below.

Standout tracks: “Abandon All Hope,” “Say It Out Loud,” “Take Me Home”

You Vandal give album update

Gainesville indie/pop-punk act You Vandal were set to release their debut LP, Abandon All Hope this week, but due to unforeseen circumstances, the band has pushed the physical release date back until at least September. However, the digital copy of the album will still be available on August 10, 2015 if you pre-order the album, and on August 14, 2015 everywhere else.

You can order Abandon All Hope by heading over here (US) or here (Canada).

Caffiends streaming new song “Succubus” off upcoming album “No Gods, No Decaf”

Florida pop-punk act Caffiends are streaming a new song called Succubus off their their upcoming album “No Gods, No Decaf.”

You can check it out here.

“No Gods, No Decaf” is due out on August 21st through Anti-Authority Records. You can pre-order here.