LA based Divided Heaven has paired together with Cap'n No Fun of Total Massacre to create a collaborative piece called "Capitalists Hate This One Weird Trick". See below to view the video and quotes from Divided Heaven and Total Massacre.
Texas rock band Riverboat Gamblers posted their March 2016 collaboration with Panoramic Voices. The 4 song footage was recorded as a apart of Indie Orchestra Night in Austin, TX. The rock band paired together with a full orchestra set up was co-curated by Nathan Felix and Brent Baldwin. See below to watch the video.
Parisian hardcore four piece Mss Frnce released a music video for "Aime-Moi". The video was created in light of the current global situation, as many of us is confined to your homes and communicating with each other remotely. The song revolves around dealing with the addiction to social media. See below to view the video.
Chicago's Lights Over Bridgeport have announced a new LP, and have released the fist single/video from the album. "Morning in Chicago" comes off of Better This Way, which is due out May 22nd on both physical and digital media. This is a follow-up to the band's 2017 Good Grief EP.
Like most acts, LoB had dates lined up for the spring which have regretfully been canceled in the interest of public health. Those dates will hopefully be rescheduled and we'll let you know as soon as that information is available.
SoCal pop punks Common Grounds have partnered with us to bring to you a Punknews exclusive premiere for their first new track in over 3 years. The release of their latest music video, "No Potential" picks up where they left off since their 2017 debut EP, No Sleep. See below to check out the video and a quote from the band.
Promising that this will be the first of new music to be released in the near future, NOFX has premiered a new song/video "I Love You More than I Hate Me."
Via and Instagram post, Fat Mike explains that he "realized today that I have tons of new NOFX songs and videos from our new album which won't be out til sometime this summer, but since everyone's like, stuck at home and bored, I'm just gonna release a bunch of songs now so people can all enjoy them before we're all dead."
No word on whether or not this track will feature on the new album, or what other music is in store to be released early. Until then, you can check out the video below, as well as the original Instagram post from Fat Mike.
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Melodic punk trio 69 Enfermos have released a new video for their song "Don't." The track comes off of their split with Symphony of Distraction, They Came From Faster Space, which was released in 2018 via Morning Wood Records, and features footage taken from their recent EU tour.
69 Enfermos is also booked for a mini-tour of Brazil in May. You can check out the dates of that, as well as the new video, below.
Iowa trio Rational Anthem swung by Live! from the Rock Room during their just-finished tour and played a few tracks. LFTRR has released a video from the session which includes two songs: "Unimaginary Girlfriend" off of 2013's Whatevermind, and Welcome to Paradise City from their newest LP It's Only Permanent, which was released in November of 2019 via A-F Records
Austin based rock band Big Loser released a music video for their new single "Pessimist, For Real" over at Punk Rock Theory, see below. The track will be off of their upcoming album called Love You, Barely Living, out on April 3rd, 2020 through Black Numbers.
The band will be heading out on tour this spring to promote the album, See below.