Holy Pinto is about to embark on a tour with Chris Farren of Fake Problems. Dates are in the replies, along with an exclusive live video of the band performing "Congratulations" from their Brunswick Mill EP.
Lost Like Lions is a new pop-rock band from New York just gearing up to release their debut EP The Way of the World. Today we're premiering the album's closing track, "Peace at Hand," featuring AJ Perdomo of The Dangerous Summer - band who's not a poor reference point for Lost Like Lions' sound, actually. Check it out in the replies.
La Bella Charade spent the summer recording their second EP of the year called Born To Crawl, which releases on October 31st. We are streaming the whole thing a week early. Check it out in the replies if you're a fan of pop-punk.
I'm incredibly excited to share a brand new track from The Classic Crime...well, a old song revisited anyways. "The Coldest Heart" first appeared on the band's debut album, Albatross, and now they've revisited it for What Was Done Vol I, a collection of revisited and acoustic songs from the band's incredible collection of songs over the past decade. If you liked the song, you can pre-order the album here - What Was Done Vol. I comes out on October 27th via Bad Christian. Hit the replies to check out "The Coldest Heart".
Today we have an exclusive video premiere from San Antonio, TX trio Vetter Kids. The video is titled "Chlorine Dream" and is the opening cut of Logan, the band's new EP which is available now. Check it out in the replies.
Northernmost are self-releasing their new EP, Culprit, on November 4th. We are premiering a new song called "All Smiles," which you can hear in the replies. The song draws a lot of evident influences from Balance & Composure.
A while back, I wrote a review for Stepfriends' album All We've Got. Then we premiered a few tracks from the album. Today, we're excited to stream the full album, for fans of Weatherbox and Into It. Over It. Check that out in the replies, then preorder it. All We've Got is out tomorrow via intheclouds, and it'll be up for pay-what-you-want on their bandcamp.
Wounds are releasing their debut album, Die Young, on November 24th via Razor & Tie Records. During the recording of the album, one of it's members fell from a 4-story balcony in Dublin. Doctors told him he would never pick up a guitar again, but he recovered and completed the album many months later with the band. The result is an equally dark and heavy album in vein of Bring Me The Horizon. We are premiering a sampler of four new songs from it - give them a listen in the replies. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order the album tomorrow and get these four songs instantly.
In reviewingForever Came Calling's debut LP Contender in 2012, I wrote that the California-based pop-punk act wrote the best straightforward album in the genre that year. With so many pop-punk acts making sure to not bend the rules of the genre, you have to be particularly good to stand out if you go that route, and Forever Came Calling did it well. That description is still applicable in regards to the band's new album, What Matters Most (which you can stream in the replies), but the group has learned on LP2 that they don't have to shy away from their greatest strength: Delivering catchy-as-hell pop hooks. These aren't really hooks for the sake of hooks, either; What Matters Most ebbs...
Waypoint's new EP, Creature of Habit, releases November 18th via Spartan Records. We are premiering a new song called "Translation." Check it out in the replies. Fans of early 2000s alt-rock or more recently bands like O'Brother should like this one. If you like what you hear, you can pre-order it.
A trio comprised of two brothers and their cousin, The Rebel Light recorded vocals for their new music in a bathroom and drums in a woodshed. How's that for DIY? Today, we are premiering a new song called "Strangers." Check it out if you're looking for some indie-pop music fit for summer beaches. Fans of recent Hellogoodbye with more of a Beach Boys influence should enjoy this one.
You can check out a remix of the Barren Womb song "Will you be God's art or Satan's graffiti" in the replies. The original track appears on the band's latest album, The sun's not yellow, it's chicken, which is available now via Spartan Records.
"After finishing up the recording of "The sun's not yellow, it's chicken", Ole (Spangrud of Neptune Surf Club, Mørkemakt) floated us the idea of doing a remix of one of the tracks. We of course accepted in a heartbeat and what we got was this awesome Big Beat banger, simply dripping of early 90's nostalgia. Enjoy!"
Major League will release their sophomore full-length, There's Nothing Wrong with Me, on November 4 via No Sleep Records. Hit the replies to check out the album's third single, "Recovery," and then pre-order the album.