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Gleemer Announce Spring US Tour

Gleemer Spring 18 TourColorado’s Gleemer had a huge 2017, the band released their new full length, Anymore, via Other People Records, satisfying fans and critics alike, and they recently wrapped up a full US tour supporting Hundredth. Gleemer are now hitting the ground running in 2018 with another lengthy run of tour dates, this time traversing the US with Movements, Can’t Swim and Super Whatevr.

Anymore can be purchased here and streamed via Spotify here

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Tours: Movements / Can’t Swim / Super Whatevr / Gleemer

MovementsAlt/punk act Movements has announced that they will be touring alongside Can’t Swim, Super Whatevr, and Gleemer this Spring in support of their recent full length, Feel Something, which was released on October 20, 2017 via Fearless Records.

Tour dates are below.

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Can’t Swim Premieres New Single

Can't SwimNew Jersey alt-rock/pop-punk band Can’t Swim have premiered a new single only months after their latest album, Fail You Again, which is available now via Pure Noise Records.  The band explains the sudden release:

“”God Awful” was recorded when we were doing the sessions for Fail You Again. For one reason or another we decided not to put it on the album. In the last few months, it’s kinda just lived in our emails being played once in a while on shuffle. As time went on, we started kicking ourselves for cutting it and missed playing it at practice. Luckily, the label felt the same way and wanted to release it. Lyrically, it touches on a topic I’ve never covered in any of our other songs so I’m looking forward to singing it every night now that it’s out. So, I guess the moral of the story is, sometimes picking your favorite songs for a record is like picking one of your children as a favorite. But, if one of my kids had a 3 over 4 polyrhythm bridge……..”

The stand alone single is titled “God Awful” and can be heard below.

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Can’t Swim – Quitting

Can't SwimNew Jersey alt-rock/pop-punk band Can’t Swim have premiered a new song from their next LP.  The song is titled “Quitting” and will appear on the album Fail You Again, which is set to drop on March 10, 2017 via Pure Noise Records.  

Listen to the song here courtesy Upset Magazine.

Can’t Swim Announce New LP; Premiere New Video

Can't SwimNew Jersey alt-rock/pop-punk band Can’t Swim have announced details for their next LP.  The disc will be titled Fail You Again, and is set to frop on March 10, 2017 via Pure Noise Records.  Coinciding with the announcement the band has premiered a new music video for the track, “We Wont Sleep Now.”  Vocalist Chris LoPorto comments:

“The video for “We Won’t Sleep” shows a scenario that a lot of kids go through growing up. The boy character is interested in Ballet, an art form mostly dominated by women, and his struggle to be accepted by his over masculine father. The girl character wants to be a painter and follow the arts, which is also shunned by her business oriented mother. Something I too have personally dealt with, playing music has never been a lucrative endeavor and I have been told countless times to consider a “different path” in life. In the climax of the video, the parents have an epiphany realizing they should support their children which is the message I hope people take from this video.” 

Watch the video below.

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Can’t Swim – Stranger

Cant Swim Cover ArtNew Jersey alt-rock/pop-punk band Can’t Swim have premiered a new song.  The track is titled “Stranger,” and is a precursor to their expected 2017 album, of which details are currently unknown. The band released their latest EP, Death Deserves a Name, back in February via Pure Noise Records.  Vocalist Chris Loporto comments:

“”Stranger” is a good representation of what our new record sounds like. The songs are spread out across the spectrum, some quiet and slow while others are fast and aggressive, and I think “Stranger” captures both of those sides pretty well. The idea for the video is also very similar, showing all kinds of relationships between all different types of people. “Stranger” is certainly a good foreshadowing of the band we want to be and the message we want to portray. I hope it sheds some light on what we have planned for the future and how excited we are to release more music.”

Listen to the song here courtesy AltPress.  Upcoming tour dates are below.

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Video: Hit The Lights – ‘No Filter’

Hit The LightsLA pop punks Hit The Lights have posted a video for their track No Filter. The song is taken from their latest full length Summer Bones, released last year via Pure Noise Records.

The band are also joining Seaway, Boston Manor, Can’t Swim and Casey Bolles for the Pure Noise Records Tour this spring. Check out the video for No Filter and the full list of tour dates below.

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Tours: Hit The Lights / Seaway / Boston Manor / Can’t Swim / Casey Bolles

SeawayBay area independent label Pure Noise Records has announced the “Pure Noise Records Tour.” The roster features performances from Hit The Lights, Seaway, Boston Manor, Can’t Swim and Casey Bolles.
 
Full tour listings can be found below.

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Can’t Swim Announce EP

Cant Swim Cover ArtNew Jersey alt-rock/pop-punk band Can’t Swim have announced that their new EP Death Deserves a Name is scheduled for release on February 26th via Pure Noise Records. Ahead of the street date, the band are also streaming Come Home, a song which will feature on the EP.

Check out the tracklist for Death Deserves a Name and the stream of Come Home below.

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Can’t Swim Joins Pure Noise Records; Premieres Music Video

Can't SwimPure Noise Records has added New Jersey based rock band Can’t Swim to the label’s growing roster. The band plans to release their EP, Death Deserves A Name, on February 26, 2015 through the label.  The band’s Chris “Krier” Loporto comments:
“I never really pictured myself being a singer or a songwriter, it was just something I started doing recently to pass the time… I was sending demos to friends (who later became members of the band) just to bounce ideas off them and get their opinion on different parts of the songs. After they got involved, it started to feel real and not just something I was doing in my bedroom. Shortly after that, the guys over at Pure Noise heard the songs and wanted to be apart of it. From the first conversation we had with them, everything just feels right. It’s a great fit.”
The band has unveiled a video for the new song “Your Clothes.” Watch it below.

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