Lone Wolf premiere new video "Bottom of the Hill"

Lone Wolf premiere new video “Bottom of the Hill”

Punknews is proud to bring to you a late-night (or early morning, depending) exclusive video premiere for "Bottom of the Hill" by Dutch indie/punk act LONE WOLF. The song comes off the band's self-titled debut album, which is due out September 8th. You can pre-order the album from Bearded Punk Records or Stardumb Records.

LONE WOLF has already played with some of the greats, including Descendents and The Queers, and are now ready to make a big splash in Europe and beyond. The band will be gigging throughout autumn, including a series of dates in the southern USA culminating in a visit to this year's Fest. You can check out the new video, and those dates, below.

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Mean Caesar debut new video "South London Summer"

Mean Caesar debut new video “South London Summer”

Punknews is incredibly excited to premiere the first music from London quintet Mean Caesar in the form a new video, "South London Summer." The track comes off of the band's debut, self-titled EP, which is due out October 5th on Little Rocket Records.

Mean Caesar has been described as a cross between Leatherface and Samiam, and features musicians, both ex- and current, of a bevy of bands across the UK (way too many to go into here). Needless to say, there is a lot of experience under this band's belt, and it shows in their song-writing and composition.

Having had the chance to preview the EP in full, I can only say the description above is spot-on. "South London Summer" is a perfect example of this, with the sound being both chunky and playful at the same time, and a vocal cadence that evokes Jason Beebout on his best day.

Vocalist David Webster has this to say about the song:

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Check out the new video by Billy Moon!

Check out the new video by Billy Moon!

Today, Punknews is pleased to debut the new video by Billy Moon!

"DWTBA" finds Moon doing what Moon does best- hazy, fuzzed out punk. He takes the blissed out grit of bands like King Tuff and Wavves and slides a little new wave sheen over the top. Speaking to Punknews about the track, Moon said, "This is for every night where I’ve ever gone out and said, 'I could have just stayed home and read a book tonight. Why didn’t I just do that?' This is sort of that third year of college point in a person’s life where you realize that you don’t have a lot in common with a lot of your friends and that you’re stuck going to places you hate, to do things you don’t want to do, to impress people that you don’t like and prospective romantic partners that you can’t talk to. It’s a real bummer, but it happens."

Moon's debut LP, Punk Songs, comes out September 14th via Old Flame Records. Check out his new video below, right now!

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Jacob Horn Trio

Watch the Jacob Horn Trio's New Video!

Punknews is extremely excited to premiere the Jacob Horn Trio's (featuring Devon Kay of Direct Hit!) music video for not just one song, but two songs called "Hopefully But Probably Not" and "Tinner." Both tracks will be on the band's upcoming album Why Though, which will be released on August 18, 2018 via Worry Records. If you are in the Chicago area, the band will be playing their record release show at The Burlington on August 25, 2018. In the mean time, check out the band over on their Bandcamp page. You can watch the video and see the details for Why Though below.

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Watch Poor Me's New Lyric Video!

Watch Poor Me's New Lyric Video!

Punknews is very excited to premiere Poor Me's lyric video for the title track of their new EP called Sugarcane. The eight-song record will be self-released on August 14, 2018. Poor Me last released their full-length Cosplay in 2015. You can find out more about the Denver, CO band over on their Facebook page. Watch the video and read the band's statement about it below.

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Check out Swan Prince's new video "Disguise"

Check out Swan Prince's new video “Disguise”

Punknews is pleased to bring you an exclusive premiere of the new video from Redditch UK quartet Swan Prince. The song, "Disguise," is the lead track off of the band's newest EP Never Look Back, which released last month as a name-your-price download on their Bandcamp page. Unlike the other three tracks on the album, this song takes a decidedly more poppy sound that belies the subject matter. As vocalist/guitarist Rachel Blewett notes below, that same tack was taken for the video itself:

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Arterials: "Blood or Water"

Arterials: “Blood or Water”

We are thrilled to bring to you a Punknews exclusive premiere of Hamburg based four-piece band, Arterials. The track is called "Blood or Water" and it is the first track released off of their upcoming 12 song LP. The LP is called Constructive Summer and it will be released through Gunner Records in early 2018. The band quickly formed out of a vague concept at their first band practice to creating a set of fast-paced anthemic punk tracks in a span of 6 months. Arterials contain former members of No Weather Talks and Rowan Oak. See below to check out "Blood or Water".

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These Fast Times premiere new song/video "Lights Too Loud"

These Fast Times premiere new song/video “Lights Too Loud”

Punknews is excited to premiere a new video by Montreal's These Fast Times. The song, "Lights Too Loud," comes off of the band's forthcoming debut LP On The Other Side of Fear, which is due out July 20th.

The track alternates lighthearted 80s pop with a raw and visceral punk energy (and a tip of the hat the every's favorite Emilio Estevez flick). Lead vocalist Jeffery Vuorela has this to say about the separate natures of the song and the video itself:

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Consumed: "Wake Up Warning" lyric video

Consumed: “Wake Up Warning” lyric video

Punknews is pumped to premiere the lyric video for Consumed's newest single! The song, "Wake Up Warning," is the lead track off of the band's upcoming EP A Decade of No, which is due out July 13th on UK's Umlaut Records and Austria's SBAM Records.

After a decade-long hiatus, Consumed reformed a couple of years ago, and this will be their first album since 2002's Pistols at Dawn. As with the video for "What Would Cliff Burton Do?", its clear to see that Consumed hasn't missed a beat in the interim. The band still plays with the verve and energy of their younger selves.

The album is up for pre-order at both Umlaut's and SBAM's websites, and the band will also be playing a few gigs in July to celebrate the release of the new EP. You can check out those dates, and the video, below.

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The Real Sickies: 'Get Well Soon' and video for "Everywhere You Go"

The Real Sickies: 'Get Well Soon' and video for “Everywhere You Go”

We are thrilled to bring to you a Punknews exclusive premiere double header for Alberta's ramonescore band The Real Sickies. First, we bring to you the premiere full album stream of the band's debut album and secondly we bring to you the premiere of their brand new music video for their track called "Everywhere You Go". The band will be releasing their debut full length album titled Get Well Soon today through Pop Records (Canada), It’s Alive Records (USA), Monster Zero (Austria) and DIRTY FLAIR RC (Australia). You can click below to listen to the premiere.

The band will also be touring Canada this June, see below for tour dates.

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Right On, Kid: "Clarity"

Right On, Kid: “Clarity”

We are happy to bring to you a Punknews exclusive music video for Albuquerque, New Mexico pop-punk band Right On, Kid. The video is for their track called "Clarity". The track is featured off of their new EP titled Forever Missing Out. The album is available now through Manic Kat Records. See below to view the video and a statement from the band on the track.

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