In September our full-length album will come out. We just finished recording it. We've been working over the past six months, really. It'll be ready in September. We're very excited about it. It's actually going to be self-titled, because we couldn't really sum up the album with a name, so it's simply going to be called The 1975.
The Composure released their cover of Semisonic's "Closing Time" from their upcoming 90's singles collection Singled Out which will be available on iTunes June 18th. You can stream the song in the replies.
August Burns Red have released a brand new song, "Fault Line", off their upcoming album Rescue & Restore, which you can listen to in the replies. You can also check out pre-order options here. Be sure and catch the band on the Vans Warped Tour mainstage this summer. We'll have a new interview with vocalist Jake Luhrs, as well as a band chat here on the site in the next upcoming weeks.
Deafheaven are doing a headlining tour to promote their upcoming release, Sunbather, on June 11th via Deathwish Records. They will be playing the first few shows with Boris, then Marriages as support. Dates are in the replies.
Enjoy the Ride Records is auctioning off many rare records records and test presses from the likes of The Starting Line, The Early November, Dustin Kensrue, Kevin Devine, I Am the Avalanche, HRVRD and more.
Damien Deadson is the solo project of former Demon Hunter guitarist Ryan Helm. If you enjoyed his past work, you'll love the new Damien Deadson album, Crown Me, Destroyer, which is out today on Infamous Empire Records. You can stream the entire record in the replies or on the band's AP.net profile.
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend for other viewers? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. Check out rdio or spinner for album streams of new releases.
In the replies, you can watch video of The Wonder Years performing "Came Out Swinging" acoustically at yesterday's Soundcheck Hollywood in-store performance. Don't forget - the band's pop-up shop is happening this week in Philadelphia from the 14th to the 17th, so don't miss out.
Owl City recently wrote a little ditty about Oreo's and is being featured on the cookie and creme company's latest commercials. You can check it out "The Wonderfilled Anthem" in the replies. If you can't get the song out of your head, you can download it for free here.