Albuquerque, NM pop-punker Savings released a new single called “I Found a Date for The Holidays (Maybe)”, see below. Sam Wilmot, under the moniker Savings has created this single as a way to battle their own attachment styles and mental wellbeing.
Inclination have posted a new track from their upcoming full length, Unaltered Perspective. It's out October 21st and it is their first full length after a pretty awesome EP, When Fear Turns to Confidence. The song includes a guest vocal appearance from Indecision's Tom Sheehan and the band features guitarist Isaac Hale from Knocked Loose.
Check it out below.
The Wonder Years have posted the lyric video for their track, "Low Tide" It's from their upcoming album The Hum Goes On Forever and will be out September 23 via Loneliest Place On Earth/Hopeless Records. It's the first album of new material since Sister Cities in 2018.
The Interrupters have released a new song. It is called "As We Live" and features Tim Armstrong and Rhoda Dakar. The song will be on their upcoming album In The Wild due out August 5 via Hellcat Records and Epitaph Records. The Interrupters have one more show on their co-headlining tour with Flogging Molly and will be touring Europe and the UK this summer. The band released Fight The Good Fight in 2018. Check out the song below.
Los Angeles based punk super group Ways Away released a new single titled "Never Mind The Dog", see below. The single is the first single off of their upcoming new album. A video for the song will be out tomorrow. Ways Away released their debut self-titled LP in 2020.
84 Tigers, a new band from members of Small Brown Bike and The Swellers have released a new track called "Atlas Fractured." The new song is the latest single from the band's upcoming Spartan Records release, Time In The Lighthouse, out October 21.
Check it out below.
When I write an album that revolves around a theme, it usually takes two or three songs before I notice what's going on. There's always one song that becomes the ‘might as well dive all the way in’ song and on Bleed Out that song was ‘Wage Wars Get Rich Die Handsome,’ written while watching a French action movie way past my normal bedtime.
Once I had the chorus of this one I started asking myself the kinds of questions that usually end up shaping the album: What if I just wrote all the songs on guitar? What if I leaned into the uptempo ones? In recent years I shy away from the fist-punch no-brakes anthemic style but here I figured, you know, no point just wading around in blood if I'm aleady in knee-deep.
You can find the track on a number of services here or just click below to check out the song.
The band announced a bunch of tour dates as well. Those can also be found below.
California based ska-punkers For The Record recently released their new EP on Manic Kat Records. The EP is called Fake It 'Til You Make It and it draws influences from the likes of Streetlight Manifesto, Less Than Jake and Reel Big Fish. See below to check out the release.
Disconnect Disconnect Records just released their third installment of their Fast Around The World compilation. The release features 26 bands from all over the world and features tracks by Pulley, Winning Streak, The Venomous Pinks, Stone Leek and more. The release is available now as a pay what you want download on the labels Bandcamp page. See below to check out the comp.
Eric Richter (Christie Front Drive, Antarctica), Jeremy Gomez (Mineral, The Gloria Record) and John Anderson (Boys Life) have formed a new band called Suburban Eyes. They are making their debut with a track called "Uncomplicated Lives."
Check out the track via YouTube below or via `Bandcamp.