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California indie/rock band HUNNY have released details along with the lead single to their debut full length album, Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes., expected July 19 via Epitaph Records. The forthcoming album strays away from the band’s punk roots, taking major influence from their love of 80’s new wave and 90’s pop music. The band experimented with synth beats, citing Depeche Mode as one of their main inspirations. The album’s lead single, “Lula, I’m Not Mad,” is a heavy synth pop track slightly reminiscent of The Cure and embraces the band’s experimental side and the sound change the band’s undergone.…

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What started off as Arielle Ackford and Jacob Evergreen posting covers of their favorite bands on YouTube has now evolved into alternative punk rock band, Mermaed. Making their arrival into the music scene with their 2018 debut single “Idiot,” the band is back with a music video for their latest track, “Honest” — a rebellious and refreshingly candid anthem about the music industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9bo6A9idCo “Honest” is Mermaed’s second single, which debuted last November. The video, which premiered via Buzz Bands LA, speaks to the manipulation music artists and bands experience when joining the industry.The video also makes a statement about…

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UK pop/punk band Victory Lane takes us on a trippy adventure through their mind in the music video for their newest single, “Happy Sad,” off their upcoming Barebones EP due out July 26. The music video follows front man Dan Lamb as he grapples with the happy and sad thoughts in his mind.  From a third-person perspective, Lamb watches himself exist in both moods, peeking into the happy and sad rooms of a house where a cheery party is happening around him. It isn’t until the end of the music where Lamb walks into the happy sad room, accepting the…

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In a merging of garage rock and soccer, Wisconsin-based band The Racing Pulses premiered a new song, an anthem dedicated to Wisconsin’s new professional outdoor soccer club, Forward Madison FC. “Go, Forward!”, the new upbeat catchy rocker, is the band’s first release since their 2017 debut album Nothing to Write Home About. Front man Kristian Illiev and drummer Mike Newby have expressed their appreciation for the sport in the song, a jangly, fun anthem. Illiev’s father was a successful soccer coach, while Newby enjoys watching the FIFA World Cup. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlmnGh-1KbQ In a news release, llliev says “I grew up watching…

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It’s a classic standoff of nerds vs punks in Ohio rock band The Story Changes’ new music video for their lead single “Shooting Stars,” taken from their forthcoming album out this Friday, April 26. Shot at a roller rink near front man Mark McMillon’s childhood home, the lighthearted music video is an unexpected counterpart to the track’s message, which reflects on how nothing, including ourselves, is permanent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lRNiaFkARlk In a news release, Mcmillon says, “I love the feel of 80’s movies, and what’s not to love about two rival gangs of ‘nerds’ and ‘punks’ battling it out at their local…

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In 2013, California pop-punk band Stickup Kid released their last full length album, Future Fire. Nearly six years later, the band has officially announced their comeback with their forthcoming full-length album, Soul Drive, out May 3 via Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong’s Adeline Records. In preparation of the album’s release, Stickup Kid premiered the LP’s title track recently. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gs9ert3uT4 Striving to be more than just another generic pop-punk band, “Soul Drive” gives a hint of what to expect from the album while also showcasing the bands growth since their last full length.  The title track follows the 2018…

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Surprises, the new solo project from musician Brook Paschal, was started on the idea of being honest and incorporating his personal experiences. As the May 31 release date for Surprises’ debut LP, Natural Disaster, approaches, the project has released their newest single, “Tell the World” — a raw and emotional track inspired by the passing of Soundgarden and Audioslave vocalist Chris Cornell. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuqrxqaCSpM In a news release for the track, Paschal says, “I think the irony of ‘Tell The World’ was that it marked the beginning of making this record, but it was written as a suicide note. Chris Cornell…

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Picking up from their 2016 debut EP For What It’s Worthless, Indianapolis indie rock trio Small Words shows us that sometimes life hits you hard — and it’s okay to struggle. That’s the general theme of their latest concept album, Good Day, Bad Me, which was released in March. The album, produced and mixed by The Early November’s Ace Enders and Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese, follows four different people getting through the worst year of their lives. Good Day, Bad Me explores the struggles of life with tracks tackling addiction, grief and depression, among other themes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSg1uOtAtcI A well thought-out and…

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Beach Bunny started off as a solo singer/songwriter project for Chicago native Lili Trifilio in 2015. Now as a four-piece, the band has garnered success, racking up a number performances across the midwest leading up to the band’s next major performance at Lollapalooza 2019 in Chicago. Trifilio made her introduction as her stage name, Beach Bunny, with the release of her first EP, Animalism. The five -track acoustic EP is heavy on themes of heartbreak and love, and shows off Trifilio’s natural talent as a songwriter and a vocalist. In 2016 she released her sophomore EP, Pool Party, another five-track…

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In an impressive DIY music video, Brooks Paschal of newcomer pop-punk band Surprises shows us if you want something done, you’ve got to do it yourself in his new music video for his latest single, “Natural Disaster.” The clip, directed by Paschal and released this week, features visuals displayed across four different television screens stitched together to reveal a full band performance. Using some old TVs and a $3 photo editing app, Paschal produced the music video with editing help from his friend, Wes Marvin. Paschal, smiling while singing, transforms the mood of the single from angry to a liberating, honest…

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