A Lot Like Birds have released a teaser video for their upcoming album, No Place - check it out in the replies. The band has also announced a headlining tour with HRVRD, Night Verses, and My Iron Lung - all of the band's upcoming tour dates are in the replies.
Yes. It’s done. It’s mastered. We’re finishing artwork. It’s hard to keep in perspective that, “Okay, the time will go quick [before we release it].” There’s a part of me that’s just like, “Put it on the Internet now. Let’s go!” Because the recording process took so long, I feel like we’re those runners at the end of a marathon collapsing as they come across the finish line. Their legs are giving out underneath them, they’re vomiting everywhere, and they’re just wrecks.
Soundsupply has released its latest 'drop.'. Soundsupply is a new website that bundles together a bunch of digital albums - all for one price. This month's drop is a "Label Spotlight Drop" featuring 10 albums from the Bridge Nine catalogue. The essential albums were hand-picked by label founder, Chris Wrenn.
1) Give Up The Ghost - Year One
2) Carry On - A Life Less Plagued
3) Champion - Promises Kept
4) No Warning - Ill Blood
5) Have Heart - The Things We Carry
6) Death Before Dishonor - Count Me In
7) H2O - Nothing To Prove
8) Ceremony - Rohnert Park
9) Crime In Stereo - Is Dead
10) Verse - Aggression
Share & Score Bonus: Defeater - Lost Ground EP
Weekend Nachos will release Still on November 11th. You can stream two new songs, titled "Satan Sucker" and "S.C.A.B.", in the replies, along with the band's recently released fall tour dates. The record is also available to preorder.
You can watch Red City Radio's new video for "Two Notes Shy Of An Octave" at Punknews.org and in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming record, Titles, which hits stores on October 15th and can be pre-ordered via Paper + Plastick.
A Loss For Words has launched a pretty cool cover contest today. Basically you just need to cover a song by the band and two winners will be chosen in two cities on the band's upcoming tour to come up on stage and perform with the band. A video detailing the contest and its rules can be seen in the replies.
The movie is Like Sunday, Like Rain; Armstrong will play boyfriend to Leighton Meester’s struggling musician character. It’s the fourth film from Frank Whaley, who previously made Joe The King, The Jimmy Show, and New York City Serenade.
You can stream a brand new Kevin Devine song titled "Bloodhound" as well as read a recent interview on PureVolume. It's off of Bubblegum, which hits stores on October 15th.
I kind of thought the crowd-funding thing was interesting but I had a whole mess of fear based somewhat ethical concerns. Most of which I addressed pretty explicitly in the essay that accompanies the Kickstarter campaign but I ultimately decided to do it because I wanted to do something different and see if either A, I was super misguided in thinking I had the kind of connection with the audience that I thought I had or B, I was correct in assuming that they're not concerned where the records come out label-wise as...
Listen to a new Patent Pending song titled "There Was a Time" in the replies. It's the intro from their new album, Brighter, which is due out October 8th. You can hear samples of all the tracks on Amazon.