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Review: Real Talk, “Maps & Miles”

Truth: Maine-based pop punk band Real Talk has released their debut EP, “Maps & Miles.” The EP is available through all major digital music outlets. Sarah: Real Talk crashes on to the scene with their boisterous pop punk sound, reminiscent of contemporary greats like State Champs and The Story So Far. The EP commences with the … Continue reading

Song of the Day: Sanction the Radio, “Catechism”

Out of Atlanta comes Sanction the Radio, a pop punk four-piece with a fiery new single, “Catechism.” The single was recorded with Lee Dyess (Mayday Parade, Against Me, I Set my Friends on Fire) and mastered by Alan Douches (Thrice, Brand New). Jonathan Roach brought the single to life with a dynamic lyric video. The … Continue reading

Lacey Premieres “Hometown” Music Video

Lacey teamed up with Already Heard to premiere their music video for their song, “Hometown.” The lively alt-rock song is off the band’s Outlaws EP, released late last year. With excitement surrounding the band’s upcoming album and support of Patent Pending’s UK tour, this is perfect timing for the release of the video. Watch the … Continue reading

Last in Line Announce Winter Tour

PA pop-punk act Last In Line has announced that they will be heading out on the ‘South for Wintour’ Tour. The tour runs through February and March, and will cover 11 states. Full dates: Feb 25th: Washington D.C – The Velvet Lounge Feb 26th: Richmond, VA – The Canal Club Feb 27th: TBA Feb 28th: … Continue reading

Save Your Breath Premiere “Harrow Road” Video

Newport pop-punks, Save Your Breath, have just premiered the music video for their single, “Harrow Road.” The song is off their recently released album, There Used To Be A Place For Us. Ben Griffiths, bassist, on the meaning behind the video: “I loved where I grew up, but moving away from home was very significant for me. I … Continue reading

Approaching Troy Covers Ke$ha’s “Die Young”

Get you glitter cannons ready (or glitter AK-47s since they’re way more pop punk). New York homies Approaching Troy just covered Ke$ha’s hit single, “Die Young.” Injecting the pop tune with some rad guitar riffs and metal growls, the band revives the 2012 pop classic. As the band works on their upcoming record, we get … Continue reading

We The Kings, “Art Of War”

Florida natives We The Kings have released a lyric video for their latest single, “Art of War.” The song is off their latest album, Somewhere Somehow, which was released earlier this December on iTunes. The record was fully funded by fans through a successful KickStarter campaign; it reached 427% to budget! The fan support paid off too–it … Continue reading

Diffuser.f​m Premieres Paper States’ Cover Of The Get Up Kids’ “Overdue”

Diffuser.fm has premiered Paper States’ cover of “Overdue.” The song is off “A Tribute To The Get Up Kids,” out December 10 via Pacific Ridge Records. If you like what you hear, the band is giving away their debut EP, “Be Alone,” on Bandcamp for a pay-what-you-can fee. Says vocalist Ryan Stack: “Covering a legendary band like … Continue reading

Ex Hey-Monday​ Members Form New Band, Rescue Kid, Release Music Video

Hey Monday fans may not be getting the reunion they had been hoping for, but on the plus side, Cassadee Pope is a tv-competition-winning country star, and now Mike and Chris Gentile have joined a new pop punk band. Mike and Chris have teamed up with Armando Soler, Eddie Castinera, and Nicky Cedeno to form … Continue reading

Bella Muerte Release Cover Music Video of Shiny Toy Guns’ “You Are The One”

Post hardcore band Bella Muerte has released a music video for their cover of Shiny Toy Guns’ song, “You Are The One”. The cover video follows the original video loosely with the concept being a performance in a grungy garage. The band adds their own flair to their cover–unclean vocals, heavier guitars, etc. It’s a respectable cover that sounds similar … Continue reading

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