Jimmy Eat World has released a new video. It's for the song "555" and that's off their new album Surviving which is out now. Singer/guitarist Jim Adkins released a statement:“I've always liked the Rick Springfield video for 'Bop 'Till You Drop'. A reptilian overlord managing his minions gets overthrown by his workforce. He's kind of trying to keep them in line, but one guy breaks into song and mass rebellion ensues. From the overlord's perspective, that day was a pretty bad day. I always thought that was funny. So 555 sees me cast as a galactic evil master, overseeing an army of cloned species doing my bidding - this is the only life they know, joining me in song in this post-apocalyptic dystopia.”
London's Imperial Leisure and New York's High School Football Heroes have released a split-single. Available digitally as well as a limited-edition vinyl (in partnership with Paper + Plastic), the release is the premier entry in a series by Exigent Productions, a niche label which plans to solely release split albums between bands and musicians from different countries.
In addition, both bands have released a music video for their respective tracks, which you can check out below.
The end of 2019 and early 2020 will be a busy time for Dark Thoughts. The band will release the Do You Dream 7-inch at the end of 2019 via Peter Walkee records. That comes with a Dark Thoughts Spindle adapter, too.
The, after that, the band will release their third LP. That's called Must Be Nice and is out via Stupid Bag records in January 2020. We'll keep you updated.
A Different Shade of Blue
The Wacky Hi-Jinks of Adrenalin O.D. [Reissue]
Stiff Little Fingers
Live in Chicago
Jimmy Eat World
The Follow Ups
...Don't Like You Either
Live in Philadelphia
Face to Face / Lagwagon / MakeWar
Live in Sayreville
In the Alternate Timeline
face to face
Live in a Dive: face to face
Out of the blue,Open City have revealed that they are now recording their second album. They stated via social media: "Tracking drums for LP2 with @dehuman1zer who is a true gentle genius. Only the weird in here. Last pic: geared up for good luck @ The Headroom Studio."
The band was fairly quiet in 2019 and 2018. Their last release was City of Ash [7-inch] in 2017.
Beach Slang released the first single off of their upcoming album. The track is called "Bam Rang Rang" and it was premiered on Kerrang, see below. The track will be out on The Deadbeat Bang Of Heartbreak City, the album comes out January 10 through Bridge Nine Records.
Beach Slang will be out on tour with Goo Goo Dolls and The Unlikely Candidates next month.
Earlier this week, Jeff Rosenstock and his band Death Rosenstock announced the upcoming release of a massive three disc (and a book) live album out on Rosenstock's own Really records. Today, he released the digital version on his digital label, Quote Unquote Records. Money raised from the digital versions will be donated to the Immigrant Defense Project and Planned Parenthood.
The band's John DeDomenici released a statement: "kudos to jack and Jeff for making this live album not just a faster version of album songs with crowd noise faded in at the end but a Record I think that makes you feel like you’re in the room with us each night. It’s loud, we make mistakes, our voices crack from losing it nights before screaming in the green room backstage with friends we handn’t seen in months or years and that’s all cool cuz that’s what happens! So I hope y’all like it. Go play it loud somewhere today cuz that’s how it’s supposed to be played dang it!"
Check out the record here.
OKC rock and roll band Red City Radio released a new track over at Billboard. The track is called "Young, Beautiful and Broke". The band is currently on tour with Taking Back Sunday, see below for the dates. You can click here to listen to the new single.
Punknews has communicated with independent sources regarding details of the recent Off With Their Heads tour cancellation. As you are aware, the band recently and abruptly canceled a month-long tour in the middle of the trek, after arriving in Vancouver. Shortly thereafter, the band alluded to an accident involving the tour van.
Details are still developing in this story. However, a 24 year old woman named Desiree was hit by the Off With their Heads tour van while a member of the band, or an associate of the band, was driving last Saturday night. Reportedly, the woman was dragged several blocks and suffered extensive injury. According to statements released by the woman's friend Amber Jackman, Desiree was taken to Vancouver General Hospital and is facing life-threatening injuries. She will undergo multiple critical surgeries regarding injury to his face, leg, and other areas. Several surgeries have already been performed.
After the accident, a member or associate of the band was taken into custody, and then later released. According to the police, alcohol is suspected as a factor in the accident. Constable Steve Addams of the Vancouver police released a statement: "Unfortunately, the driver of the vehicle that struck her did not realize that he had struck the pedestrian. It was only after the driver came to a stop at Columbia and Hastings when he realized that this collision had occurred and realized this woman was trapped on his vehicle or under his vehicle.” This story is developing.
Update 10:32 am CTV News has issued more details on the incident.. According to that source, "CTV News cameras captured a Vancouver police officer with a breathalyzer in hand interviewing a man who looks like the band’s bassist, Robbie Swartwood, behind police tape as dozens of other officers closed several blocks of Hastings to investigate. A police department spokesperson had previously said the driver didn’t realize he had struck and dragged [the victim] for five blocks until he stopped." Band frontman Ryan Young told CTV News: “Unfortunately, I can’t speak on any of the details because there is an ongoing investigation. I also wasn’t there and have zero information about anything. All I can say is that I am heartbroken for her.”
Milwaukee Record has premiered a new video by Mini Meltdowns (feat. members of Limbeck, The Promise Ring, and more). "I Wanna Die" was released as a single in August, and is also included on the band's recent EP Destined for Disaster, which was released earlier this month.
Although the video itself makes light of it, if you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Today, we are excited to debut the new video by Night Surf!
"You gotta know when to run!" the band exclaims on "Not Today, Satan!" The song is about being true to yourself and in true pop-punk fashion, cutting your losses when ya gotta cut yer losses. High energy and shout-y vocals blasts this melodic punk track forward. If Plow United formed in the early aughts instead of the early '90s, it would probably sound just like this. Also, the video has some cool ballet meets pop dancing.
You can pick up the band's new music right here! Meanwhile, check out the new video below, right now!
We are pleased to bring to you a Punknews Exclusive premiere for Ontario pop-punk band Fortune Cove (formerly known as Harbour). Their debut single/video under the new name is called "Direction" and they will be releasing an full length album titled Dear Happiness on November 22nd through Four Chord Music. To support the release of new music, the band will be embarking on a tour this fall down the east coast with The Letdown and with select dates with Rival Town, see below.
Punknews is excited to premiere a new video from Italy's Teenage Bubblegums. "Burn," which comes off of the band's new LP In Limbo, which was released last month via Monster Zero Records, is a prime example of the band's up-tempo pop-punky music coupled with vocals that are tinged with a decidedly darker undertone.
Teenage Bubblegums are crossing the Atlantic to tour down to The Fest along with Indiana's Amuse. You can check out the new video, as well as those tour dates, below.