You may remember Haverford's split last year with State Lines, who the band will be supporting on tour for a short stint. Well, the band recently wrapped up a new EP called Alaskan Summer. Today, we are streaming the whole thing. Hit the replies to check it out - it will be name your price on July 3rd.
Pittsburgh-based act The Homeless Gospel Choir will be releasing a new album, I Used To Be So Young, on July 15th via A-F Records. Today, we are premiering the band's new video for "Armageddon," which you can view in the replies. The unique singer-songwriter/folk-punk act is about coming face-to-face with adulthood and has no desire to participate, and cleverly tackles topics of social and political matters with utmost honesty. If you dig it, make sure to pre-order the LP.
On July 8, Pacific Ridge Records will be releasing volume four of its annual The Scene compilations. Today we're premiering a track by post-hardcore act The North, titled "If the Suit Fits." Check that out in the replies, and if you like it, pre-order the comp.
Earlier this month, Everley dropped their debut The Tyger and the Lamb. It's a great album in the vein of Circa Survive, but heavier. Today we'e excited to premiere the video for their single "Daggers of Self-Doubt." Check that out in the replies, read our review, and then order it on their bandcamp.
Trapdoor Social recently released their new EP, Science of Love. You may remember their 2012 EP, Death Of A Friend, which featured Death Cab For Cutie’s Jason McGerr on drums. Today, we are premiering a live in studio performance of "Angel City" off of it. Fans of pop-rock with piano hints should enjoy this one.
But we are. Everyone is the same. Whether it's a boy or girl singing on stage or someone walking down the street or in a classroom, no one should have to deal with being touched or sexually assaulted. For some reason musicians on stage are viewed as some kind of approachable sex symbols. And I'm sure a lot of people have seen a girl get on stage and hug a lead singer and not thought twice about whether or not they wanted to be hugged. But I certainly wouldn't walk up to a girl on the street I thought was cool or attractive...
To celebrate the release of Love, Robot's new album, B.A.D., we are streaming the whole thing today. This should be right up the alley of fans of an edgier We Are The In Crowd and VersaEmerge. Check it out in the replies, and be sure to pick it up if you like what you hear.
Dakota Drive is a indie rock collective gearing up to release their new two-song EP To Anyone, For Anythnig. Today we're happy to bring you a stream of "Brothers & Sisters" off that EP. It's a nice little acoustic track, and Andrea O'Connor's vocals have often been compared to Adele's. Yeah. So you should stream "Brothers & Sisters" in the replies, and if you like it, be sure to pre-order.
Today we have a brand new song from Philadelphia's Reward. The song is titled "Seep" and it's off the band's upcoming Mutant League Records' EP, Painted Desperation, which hits stores on June 24th. If you're into bands like Title Fight, Balance and Composure, and the like, then you need to check this out in the replies. If you dig it, the EP is available to pre-order.
Speaking in Shadows is gearing up to release their new EP The Lies We Lead in late July, and today we're excited to premiere the video for the first single, "Technicolour Trainwreck." The song contains hints of bands like Transit and Gameface, be sure to check this out.
We have an exclusive lyric video premiere of My Iron Lung's new song "In Defense of Drowning," which you can watch in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming Pure Noise Records release, Relief, which hits stores on July 8th (pre-order).
In support of their upcoming stint on the Acoustic Basement at Warped Tour, Light Years recorded acoustic renditions of three tracks from their latest LP, I Won’t Hold This Against You. Stream them in the replies below. You can grab the Acoustics digital EP from Paper + Plastick for a buck to help the band out this summer, and be sure to catch their set if you go to Warped.
Today, we're premiering Trophy Wives' new live music video for "I'm Gonna Make You Famous", a fan favorite from their first EP Letting Go, self produced in 2012. They are currently writing their first full length record with high hopes to debut in 2015. Stay tuned for a chance to catch them on the Vans Warped Tour in Mansfield, MA via the Ernie Ball BOTB.
Zero Platoon recently filmed a couple acoustic performances of Driver Friendly. Today, we are excited to premiere an acoustic performance of "Everything Gold," a new song off the band's upcoming fantastic album, Unimagined Bridges. Check out the video in the replies, along with the newly released album version. The album releases July 15th via Hopeless Records, and be sure to catch the band on tour. If you're interested in more of these types of videos, Zero Platoon is an organization that works with touring bands through video interviews and live performances to encourage and bring hope to young members of the military who struggle with depression.
Today we're proud to premiere the brand new video for And We Danced's "The Ring." In case you missed the first post about this band, it features Zaq Zrust (formerly of Cadillac Blindside) and Jeremy Tappero (formerly of The Stereo and The Jealous Sound). The song comes from the band's upcoming album Back to the Middle which is available for pre-order right now on Paper + Plastick Records. Less reading, more listening.
Want to hear a new song from Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!? I thought so. Head to the replies to check out "Good For You", which can be found on the band's re-issue of their latest record, Pardon My French, out on Fearless Records - you can pre-order it here.
All the Shelters have signed to Famined Records. Today we're excited to premiere the music video for their single "White Sun," taken from their upcoming full length, Chasing Light. Check it out in the replies.
This week's Quiet Country Audio session is from Darling Harbor. The Buffalo-based quartet combines indie rock, pop, alternative and folk influences into a sound reminiscent of The Head and The Heart, Good Old War and Barenaked Ladies. Watch their performance in the replies.
It's no secret that bands like Brand New and Manchester Orchestra are among this website's favorites. So it makes sense we'd premiere a song by Young and Heartless, a band whose sound is strongly influenced by those two, while still sounding like its own entity. "Tomorrow's Problems" is a highlight off their upcoming The Pull Of Gravity, and it can be streamed in the replies.
You may rememberKiven from around 2012 when they released their Step EP. Well, their debut self-titled album is out now. Today we are premiering a live version of "I Can Take It," recorded live at EastWest Studios in Hollywood and produced by Tony Hajjar, the man behind At The Drive-In's arrangements. Hit the replies to watch the video.
Today we're teaming up with Purevolume and PropertyofZack to bring you the album stream for Ghost Town's new album The After Party. If you hit the replies you'll be able to stream the album and read a short commentary on three songs from album. Hit up Purevolume and POZ to read about the rest of the tracks. Like what you hear? Buy the album on iTunes or from the band's webstore.
Today we're excited to bring you a premiere of Pyro, Ohio's new music video for "Before the Sun Sets...." Check that in the replies, and if you like what you hear, check out their tour dates in the replies.
Head to the replies to watch the latest Quiet Country Audio session with Buffalo, NY pop-punk act Head North. They play four tracks from their EP, Scrapbook Minds, which they self-released earlier this year. Give 'em try if you like The Wonder Years, Transit or The Story So Far.