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Filter will release their new album, The Sun Comes Out Tonight, on June 4. An album trailer can be found in the replies. Additionally, the group has released the first track from the album, "We Hate It When You Get What You Want." The song can be streamed as well as downloaded for free by signing up for the band's newsletter.
Sigur Róswill release their seventh full-length, titled Kveikur, on June 18. Hit the replies for the track listing, the artwork, and the video for the first single. You can pre-order the album here, and also be sure to check out the band's performance on Jimmy Fallon tonight.
You can hear a very brief clip of a new Avril Lavigne song called "Here's To Never Growing Up" here. The track was produced and co-written by Martin Johnson of Boys Like Girls and premieres April 9th. The clip is under the "instructions" section on that page.
Chris: Further is my band, Dashboard is my band, and Twin Falls is my priority. Suzie: Our Narrative record is recorded. It’s not mixed or mastered yet. The Narrative has released three albums and a vinyl on our own, over the last five years. We’re not interested on rushing it. We want a team to help us for this. The Narrative stuff has been moving slow. These guys have things going on too. There will be plenty of time for both of these things to coexist. I’m so excited about The Narrative record.
Adam, Pat, and Dennis have leftTigers Jaw. While the band had to cancel its mainland Europe tour dates, they are still planning a full US Tour this summer. You can read their announcement in the replies.
Head to the replies to watch State Champs performing a new song entitled, "Hard To Please," from their show at The Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA. The track will be featured on the band's debut full length out on Pure Noise Records this Summer.
The Wonder Years will be putting out The Greatest Generation on May 14 via Hopeless Records. Today we're happy to share with you all that we'll be bringing you the first taste of that record right here on AP.net on Monday at 3 p.m. EST / noon PST. We'll have the first song stream from the album along with a lengthy interview I conducted with Dan Campbell. Additionally, The Wonder Years will be coming into that song stream thread at 6 p.m. EST / 3 p.m. PST for a full-on band chat to talk with everyone, so make sure you quit your job or whatever else you need to do in order to be on the Internet all day Monday.
You can stream a new Their/They're/There song, "Concession Speech Writer," over at Rolling Stone. The band's self-titled EP is out on April 20th through Polyvinyl.
Members Evan Weiss, Mike Kinsella and Matthew Frank – all veterans of other indie-rock groups – show off their sharp dynamic with the tough vocals and interesting ska-meets-metal guitars of their new single, "Concession Speech Writer."