November 21, 2014
San Diego alternative band Angels and Airwaves recently released a music video for their new single The Wolfpack. The single is taken from the band’s upcoming album The Dream Walker. Watch the video here.
The Dream Walker will release on Dec. 9, 2014, along with the animated short film featuring music from the new full-length. Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker was originally created by frontman/guitarist Tom DeLonge. The film took the title “Winner of Best Animation” at the 2014 Toronto International Short Film Festival.
In 2015, Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker will also feature a comic book series, novels and a live-action feature film.
The upcoming album and short follows Angels and Airwaves‘ Love (2010) and Love: Part Two (2011) records, and the companion feature film Love (2011).
Hungarian melodic punk trio Bankrupt have announced they are recording new material. The band have already committed two tracks to tape (well you know what we mean!) and are working on a further three more. These are the first news song the band have been working since 2013′s Goodbye Blue Monday EP and will hopefully see an official release in early 2015.
Check out a free download of Bankrupt’s Goodbye Blue Monday EP here.
Leeds alt rock/post punk outfit Pulled Apart By Horses are streaming Beat Up, a track from their upcoming EP Medium Rare, due for release on November 17th via Sony/Red Records. The EP is the band’s first new music since their third full length Blood dropped back in September. Check out the stream of Beat Up here (via NME.com).
The band are embarking on a UK tour starting tonight, check full list of dates and the track list for Medium Rare, below.
Albany, NY pop punk outfit Firestarter have posted a new video for their track Forget The Past. The song is taken from their latest EP of the same name, which was self – released back in May of this year. Firestarter vocalist/guitarist Matthew LaPerche has said this about the process for choosing a song for the video and the track itself:
‘When picking a song for a new music video, we knew the clear choice was Forget The Past. The song has been received very well and honestly it’s a fun song and we wanted to capture that and capture who we are as a band, as well as people. It was a fun weekend of shows and we definitely feel it represents that well.’
You can check out the video for Forget The Past, below.
Baltimore screamo outfit Pianos Become The Teeth has premiered a new music video. The video features the track “Repine,” which is set to appear on their new record, Keep You, released last month via Epitaph Records.
Watch the video below.
Nashville, TN’s Bandit has announced details for the band’s debut full-length, Of Life. The album is due out on January 20, 2015 via Broken Circles.
Stream the band’s newest single, “Brain,” here courtesy Consequence Of Sound.
Ridgewood, NJ’s Prawn is streaming a new song. The track is titled “Built For” and is from their upcoming EP, due out November 25, 2014 digitally and November 27th on limited edition vinyl for Record Store Day. The EP contains b-sides from their latest LP, Kingfisher, released earlier this year on Topshelf Records.
Listen to the song here.
November 20, 2014
Dwayne, (ft. Chris Fogal of The Gamits) has premiered a new song and has added their latest 7″ to the Paper + Plastick Records webstore. ]The band is celebrating by streaming the new track “Alligator Hands,” which will appear on their forthcoming self-titled full-length, for which the label is currently eying an early 2015 release.
Listen to the track here.
Memphis, TN’s Pillow Talk has signed on with Animal Style Records. The band recently wrapped up recording on a new EP for their Animal Style debut, which is scheduled to drop in early Spring 2015. The new EP will follow up the band’s 2014 EP, Recreational Feelings.
To make the event, the band is streaming a demo of a new song, “Make You Real,” which can be heard here.
Swedish skatepunkers Comminor have released news about upcoming European Tour in co-op with This Is Pop Punk Promotions (UK) today. This is the first time that the band will be playing shows outside of Sweden.
The tour poster is below.