New York City based solo project GrandCru have announced a new self-titled EP. The singer/song writer, Shawn Gardiner (ex-Morning Glory and Brogues) has been working this collection of solo material for some time, the material for this collection can be from as recent as a year to songs that has been in development 12 years ago. The record will be released today digitally on all streaming platforms.
Today, we are pleased to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive premiere of the new Grand Cru EP, see below to listen to the album and to read a statement from the band.
Philly based indie punks Big Nothing released a second single off of their upcoming album over at The Alternative. The track is called "Honey" and released on their upcoming album titled Chris. The band is made up of former members of Casual, Spraynard, Crybaby and Young Livers. Chris is due out May 10, 2019 through Salinas Records.
Big Nothing will be heading out on tour with Radiator Hospital this May, see below.Read more
The Flatliners frontman Chris Cresswell released a track titled "To The Wind". The track is the first taste of new music with a full band backing of new music. Chris Cresswell will be playing a few acoustic dates this spring and summer. See below to listen to the new track.Read more
German skatepunk band Primetime Failure released a new track off of their upcoming new album. The track is called "Apologies, I Have Some", see below. The track will be released on Memory Lane, the album will be out on May 10th, 2019 through Uncle M, Disconnect Disconnect Records, Shields Recordings, Hectic Society Records, Trilob Records, and Melodic Punk Style.Read more
Chicago based punks Kali Masi shared a cover of Adrianne Lenker "Blue & Red Horses" though a benefit compilation for Brandon Michael Lee and his family. The compilation is put together to help raise money for unexpected heart surgery and hospital stay that Lee had earlier this year, tracks on the comp unreleased or cover songs from acts like Pet Symmetry, Dowsing, Max Stern and much more. You can see below to listen to the cover or click here to listen/download the entire album.Read more
California based hardcore band Fury released a new track, "Mono No Aware". The track is off of their upcoming album called Failed Entertainment. Failed Entertainment is due out May 3, 2019 on Run For Cover Records. The band will also be embarking on a summer tour with Diztort to support the new release, see below.Read more
Boston based duo Bloom. released a new track called "Better Way", see below. The track will be released on their upcoming 6-song EP titled Withered. Withered is due out May 6, 2019, The band have also released a music video for their track "Goodbye Forever" and some May tour dates, see below.Read more
Montreal based Ska band The Planet Smashers released the first taste of music from their upcoming new album. The track is called "Can't Stop" and it will be on their new album titled Too Much Information. Too Much Information is out on May 10th, 2019 through Stomp Records. See below.Read more
Seattle based punks Dead Bars released another new track from their upcoming LP. The track is called "I Need You" and it will be released on their sophmore album titled Regulars.v Regulars is due out May 3, 2019 on A-F Records. See below to listen to the new track and to view their upcoming tour dates.Read more
Big Nothing released the first single off of their upcoming full-length record. The track is called "Real Name". The record is titled Chris and is due out May 10, 2019 through Salinas Records. Big Nothing contains members of Spraynard, Casual, Crybaby, and Young Livers. See below to listen to the track and to view the full details on the record.Read more
We're thrilled today to bring you more weird and wild sound from Montreal art-punk duo CRABE. The band's gearing up to release their 7th record, Notre-Dame de la vie intérieure, this spring on Pantoum Records. Today we're sharing the new video for the riffy and raucous "Le monde entier." It's the third recent single the band's shared in recent months, following "Festival" and "Livre compliqué."Read more