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Track: Death By Unga Bunga – Not Like The Others

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TRACK: BOWLING FOR SOUP – ALREADY GONE (EAGLES COVER)

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Raleigh, North Carolina indie rockers Lazaris Pit have announced a new album Coniphers is out on May 22nd, and ahead of it the band have released the lead single from it, You Don’t Tag Me in Memes Anymore. Essentially a modern break up song (couldn’t be anything else really, could it) it’s described by the …

The pop-punk survivors have reached 25 years of clever lyrics and palm muted guitars. Fresh from the double success of their sold out UK tour they have headed into the studio to celebrate by releasing a series of covers. After covering Suicide Machines – “Sometimes I don’t Mind” the band turned their unique interpretations to the …

I’ve discussed in the past the swathe of newer emo bands that have appropriated certain melancholia from bands of yesteryear – that bittersweet mixture of power-pop and “traditional” emo (not post-hardcore, not screamo) that seems to still be all the rage with the Slam Dunk crowd. For lack of a better all-encompassing term for fans …

Chicago cult rockers Alkaline Trio have released a new EP, titled…..well, E.P. Out digitally now, it’s also available on pre-order as a limited edition two song 7”. It features Minds Like Minefields on the A-side with “Radio Violence” on the flip, and will be limited to 1000 blue variant in the US and 500 red …

The organisers over at Slam Dunk festival have hit us with not one, not two, but THREE announcements this past couple of weeks. The good news is, the lineup is now complete so final plans for bands to catch can now commence! Announced just today and completing the lineup are pop-punk staples Neck Deep, As …

How could we possibly get through the year without a Bowling For Soup tour cropping up somewhere? It may be December and dangerously close to the end of 2018, yet here we are catching BFS on a cold Monday night on the Almost Christmas tour they’ve squeezed in right before the ball drops for 2019. …

Good Charlotte have released a live video for “Life Changes” filmed at a recent sold out show at the Brixton Academy. The track first appeared on their 2016 post-hiatus album Youth Authority, and is given the cinematic treatment in this video, where the band perform it with their usual pop-punk bombast. To be honest, I …

Canadian quintet Seaway have today released a video for ‘London’, taken from their excellent new album ‘Vacation’ which was released via Pure Noise Records. It comes ahead of the band arriving on these shores for a headline UK tour, and the song is a infectious, joyous slab of pop punk, with just enough angst in …

Ever since moving the Leeds date of Slam Dunk Festival to Millenium Square and the surrounding area, the festival organisers have set the bar high. This year is set to be no different, featuring some of the crowning jewels of the rock, pop punk and metal scene. Taking to the main stage in an unexpectedly …

A tour like this has possibly been in the minds of pop punk fans for a while, As It Is backing up their impressive new album okay. and State Champs, coming up to the two year anniversary of their newest album Around The World And Back are arguably two of the best UK (As It …