Thousand Oaks: "The Roar of the Consequence"

Thousand Oaks: “The Roar of the Consequence”

Italian skatepunk quartet Thousand Oaks have released a new song/video from their upcoming album. The track, "The Roar of the Consequence," is off their sophomore LP Bound for Destruction, which is due out April 19th across a multitude of regional labels, including NoReason Records in their home country.

The new album follows up their 2018's Antipodes, a split EP with One Hidden Frame.

You can check out the new video below.

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Sleep In : "Splitting Clouds"

Sleep In : “Splitting Clouds”

Southern Jersey-based punk band Sleep In released a music video for their track "Splitting Clouds". The video was directed and edited by Mike Dameo. The track will be off the band's new album The Stars On Your Ceiling. The Stars On Your Ceiling will be released on March 22nd, 2019 though Know Hope Records. See below to view the music video.

The band will be heading out on tour this spring with Cabana Wear, see below to view the tour dates.

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Pup: “Free At Last”

Toronto based punks Pup released the second single off of their upcoming album, Morbid Stuff. The track is called "Free At Last", see below. Pup asked fans a few weeks back for submissions of their own take on covering the track without ever hearing the track. The band ended up with 253 submissions and have turned those submissions it to this video. Morbid Stuff is due out April 5, 2019 on Rise Records.

Pup will be embarking on a North America and European tour this spring to support the release, click here to view the dates.

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Broken Social Scene

Broken Social Scene: '“Boyfriends”

Broken Social Scene released a music video for their track called "Boyfriends". The video was made out of gif videos by WhatGIFS, see below. The track is off of the band's newest studio album, Let’s Try The After - Vol 1, out now. Broken Social Scene will be playing a series of residencies in Montreal, Canada, Los Angeles, California and Toronto, Canada this spring and summer, see below.

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