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Bankrupt (Punk Rock, Hungary) release video for “Green Light, Blue Lambo”

Hungary’s Bankrupt (FFO Teenage Bottlerocket, Masked Intruder and Mean Jeans) have released a music video for their song “Green Light, Blue Lambo”.
The track, which was recently released, is also available on Bandcamp and Spotify and follows their “welcome to 2019” track “Happy New Year”. Check out the video using the player below.


New Video: The Interrupters – “Gave You Everything”

Get fired up, kids. The Interrupters dropped a brand new video for your pre-Valentine’s Day viewing enjoyment. It’s for the track “Gave You Everything,” which is my personal favorite track from their latest album, Fight The Good Fight. Check it out below!

Fight The Good Fight, the band’s third full-length, came out last June on Hellcat Records.



DS Exclusive: Booze & Glory debut new video, “Too Soon”

Dying Scene is stoked to team up with the lads in Booze & Glory to debut the video for the brand new track, “Too Soon.” Clocking in at just a hair under six minutes long, the video and the song are a bit of a departure for the London-based street punk quartet. Here’s a few words from the band’s frontman, Mark, to set the scene:

“Too Soon” is a tribute to our family members and friends which are no longer with us. This is one of the most personal songs I ever wrote. We all lost and miss someone we loved and I hope people will appreciate the lyrics of this tune. This is not typical Booze & Glory track you would expect to hear but Im really pleased with it.

Check out the exclusive video for “Too Soon” below! The track is slated to appear on the band’s as-yet untitled new full length, which is due out sometime around October. The album was produced by none other than Millencolin guitarist Mathis Farm, and will also serve to mark the band’s tenth anniversary. Stay tuned for more on that special occasion soon!

Booze & Glory are about to head out on the road in support of Dropkick Murphys’ month-long US tour that kicks off this coming Sunday, February 17th, in Poughkeepsie, and winds down in Boston on St. Patrick’s Day. Full tour rundown is down below the video! Booze & Glory’s last release, Chapter IV, dropped back in 2018 on Pirates Press in the States (pick it up here) and via Burning Heart Records elsewhere in 2017.



Steele Justice release music video for “#Bringmerope”

Belgian punks Steele Justice have released a new music video for “#Bringmerope,” which comes from their latest album Neonlight Blues.

You can check it out below.

Neonlight Blues came out in September, 2017 via Bearded Punk Records.



Anarchists (punk, New York) release music video for “I’m Not Surprised”

New York Punk act Anarchists have released a music video for their song “I’m Not Surprised,” which comes from their debut self-titled EP.

You can check it out below, along with a stream of the EP itself.

Anarchists was released last year.  You can check out our review of the EP here.



Born From Pain release video for “New Beginnings”

Dutch hardcore mainstays Born From Pain have released a video for “New Beginnings”. The track is taken from upcoming album True Love, out this Friday (February 15th) via BDHW Records.

Have a watch below.



Bitch Queens release video for “R-Rated”

Swiss rock/punk quarter Bitch Queens have released a video for “R-Rated”, a track from their 2017 album L.O.V.E. The video was shot during the band’s 2018 US tour and at festivals.

Have a watch below.



March (Punk Rock, NL) release new single “Fear of Roses”

Punk rock four piece from Breda, Netherlands March have released a new single on White Russian Records. “Fear of Roses” is the first new material since 2016’s Stay Put.

Have a watch of the video (and check out upcoming tour dates) below.



Beach Slang Stream Video for “I Hate Alternative Rock”, Announce UK/EU Tour Dates With Jawbreaker

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang are streaming a music video for a single from their forthcoming EP. The recently released cover of Bob Mould’s “I Hate Alternative Rock” is the track chosen for visualisation treatment. It will feature on MPLS, which is due to come out on March 15 via Quiet Panic.

Whilst you wait for the full EP, why not check out the video for “I Hate Alternative Rock” below.

The previous release from Beach Slang was the 2018 effort, Everything Matters But No One Is Listening [Quiet Slang].

In addition to the new music video, Beach Slang will also be hitting the road with Jawbreaker for a short run of dates around the UK and Europe. You can find details of the shows below too.



Bad Animals (Punk, WA) Stream Lyric Video and Announce Debut Album “All The Shakes”

Rising from the ashes of It Gets Worse and The Remnants, Seattle-based Bad Animals have a string of announcements to kick off their journey as a band.

The group has just released a lyric video for the title track from their forthcoming album, All The Shakes. You can check it out below.

In addition, Bad Animals will be performing at the High Dive in Seattle on March 26 to mark the release of their debut album. Supporting them will be Dreadful Children, and Question? No Answer.



Lost In Society (Punk, NJ) release new music video

Lost In Society (New Jersey, USA) have released a music video for “Creature”, taken from their 2018 Wiretap Records EP “Eager Heart”.  The band have released the video ahead of their US tour with Swinging Utters in March / April. You can check out the video below.



Only on Weekends (pop-punk) premiere music video for “Always Greener”

Dying Scene has been stocking up on “whoa’s” to bring you Only on Weekends‘ new music video, “Always Greener”, a song about the woes of having a love life while playing in a rock and roll band. Noted for their cleverly entertaining videos, this one tells the age-old disaster story of what it’s like to date a musician.

Directed by Tim Matthews, “Always Greener” is an inward reflection about self-centeredness and neglecting those we cherish, and imparts a lesson to the wise of the value of communication. It’s a funny video, with a plot borrowed from every sitcom ever-made, (Boy Meets World and The Flinstones to name a few) portraying the juggling act of divided attention, which nearly always terminates poorly in assured self-sabotaging obsolescence.

This four-piece pop punk ensemble from Philly (by way of New Jersey) has been running their GMC Vandura up and down the east coast for the past several years and recently released a new full-length album, Another Wasted Night, which was recorded and produced by Jesse Cannon. (The Menzingers, Saves the Day, The Misfits) It is available for streaming and purchase here. Check out the video to “Always Greener” below.



Three Cheers Too Late (pop-punk, NJ) release music video for “Kicked In”

New Jersey pop-punk act Three Cheers Too Late have released a music video for their song “Kicked In.”

You can check out the video below.

“Kicked In” comes from the bands’ debut EP, Don’t Expect Me, which was released on January 25th.



Mike Llerena & The Nerve (punk, Gainesville) release music video for “Crossfire”

Gainesville Punk Rock N’ Roll act Mike Llerena & The Nerve have released a music video for their song “Crossfire.”

You can check it out below, along with some of the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

“Crossfire” comes from the bands’ last album, Old Haunts & New Horizons, which was released on June 15th, 2018.



Calling All Captains (pop punk, Edmonton) release music video for “Chasing Ghosts”

Edmonton pop punk act Calling All Captains have released a music video for their song “Chasing Ghosts,” which comes from their upcoming EP, Nothing Grows Here, that is set to be released on February 8th via Equal Vision Records.

You can check out the video below, along with the bands’ upcoming tour dates.

Calling All Captains last released Nerve in February 2017.