Illinois pop-punk rockers Wilmettewill be releasing their new 6 track self-titled EP this Friday, September 25th, 2020 through Mutant League Records. The band released their third single, "Rancho Cucamonga", off of the album in the form of a visual video, see below to check out the latest single.
Punk troubadour Sammy Kay released a lyric video for "Better/Worse" over at Rolling Stone. The single is available on a lathe cut and digital along with another new track called "Methamphetamines". This comes as a follow up to his 2019 release Civil/War. See below to check it out.
Melodic punk rockers Winning Streak just released a video for "Stop Screaming". The track is off of their brand new album We Need A Plan, which is the first release featuring new members Chris McGrath (Much The Same) and Davey Knight (Debt Cemetary). The record will be out on November 3rd through Thousand Islands Records (North America) and Disconnect Disconnect Records (UK / EU). See below to check out the video.
Asbury Park punks Lost In Society released a music video for "We Want Change". The track will be off of their upcoming 5-song EP titled Love And War, which will be out on October 2nd through Wiretap Records. See below to check out the video.
The band will also be playing a live stream event featuring their full EP in full on September 13th at 6 pm over at Denver's Blue Bird Theatre.
Ten Foot Pole released a new video for "Sarcasm Decoder". The quarantine video features a cameo from Dan from Zebrahead, Death by Stereo and Billy Bio. The track is off of their upcoming acoustic album Simmer Down. The album will be out on October 9th. See below to view the video
Swiss pop-punk band Give Me A Reason released their second single "Funny", see below. This video was shot in an single 17 hr session at the Supercandy pop-up museum in Germany along with their previous video for Sad. The two singles is off of the band's upcoming EP titled Vice Versa.
Modern ska-punk band Devon Kay and The Solutions released their fourth single, "Oh Glorious Nothing" over at BrooklynVegan. This track is the first to solidify the band as a six piece. You can click here to watch the video. The band last released Yes, I Can't in 2019.
Idaho based rockers Young, Planetary released a music video for their single "Separate Rides Home," see below. The video was shot by their friend Kenyon McWilliams. The band is releasing an upcoming EP titled Locations I Can't Place later this week (August 7th) through Hidden Home Records. All the proceeds from this single will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in support of the Black Lives Matter.