Albany, NY based punks After The Fall released a new video for their newest single "No Resolve". The track features a guest appearence by Tim McIlrath, front man of Rise Against. After The Fall will be releasing Resignation later this summer. See below to check out the video for "No Resolve".
Southern Jersey punks Aspiga recorded a session last year with Twin Peaks Sessions. Singer Kevin Day performed "Eucalyptus Nights" from their 2018 release, Dragged Through the Years. See below to check out the session.
Swiss pop punk four-piece Give Me A Reason just dropped a music video for their new single titled "Sad". The video was shot at the Supercandy Pop-Up Museum in Germany. The band recently flew to Los Angeles, California to record an upcoming EP titled Vice Versa, which is stated for an October 23rd, 2020 release. See below to watch the video.
Hardcore supergroup Second Arrows released a music video for their track "Galactic", see below. The track is off of their upcoming debut self titled album. The release will be out on June 26th, 2020 though Hellminded Records. Second Arrows contains members and ex-members of Deadguy, Every Time I Die, Nora, and Ensign.
German skate punk band Primetime Failure recorded a music video for a demo that they are currently calling "They Know How To Dance". The video was shot while in quarentine when the band was asked to be apart of Booze Cruise movie. See below to check out the video.
New Jersey based solo artist Graduation Speech recorded a Twin Peaks Session earlier this year. The first track from that session is available for view now. The track is called "Ourselves" and is a stripped down set on a San Francisco rooftop. The track is off his 2019 release titled Maintenance Required. See below to check it out.
San Antonio based emo band Love Again released a video for their current single titled "86". The band just recently signed with Wiretap Records and will be releasing their debut EP later this year. Watch the video below.
The band has joined up with #ArtistsForChange program and will be donating a percentage of their digital royalties from the sales of this song to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.