Half Hearted Hero will be releasing their (very good) new LP, Isn’t Real, on May 27th via Animal Style Records. Today we are premiering one of my favorite songs from the album: “Same Old Same.” It contains an upbeat vibe that’ll make you want to roll down the windows and sing along while maintaining the edge that gets the band compared to peers like Polar Bear Club and Motion City Soundtrack.
Craig Manning, a contributor here, has released a new album on Bandcamp.
Inspired by the loss of my grandfather, A Way to Get Back Home tackles questions of love, family, home, growing up, leaving it all behind, and knowing when it’s time to come back.
3OH!3’s new song “Hear Me Now” can be found on YouTube. I am pretty sure this is what being musically kicked in the balls feels like.
Look Mexico’s new track “We Are Groot” can be streamed below.
Garbage have released their new song, “Empty.”
It looks like the new Butch Walker album will be called Stay Gold. In a recent interview with the BGX Radio Hour, Butch played two new songs acoustic, and two live videos have also recently shown up — you can find all of those below.
Death From Above 1979 will release their live album, Live at Third Man Records, this Friday. You can stream the live version of “Right on Frankenstein” below.
The Fall of Troy have released their new album, OK, on their website. The digital version is free, or pay-what-you-want, and there are vinyl and bundle versions available as well.
Sorority Noise’s new EP, It Kindly Stopped For Me, can be streamed below.
Issues debuted their new single, “Coma,” on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show today. The new album, Headspace, will be out on May 20th via Rise Records.
Ariana Grande’s new song “Let Me Love You” is streaming on YouTube.
Astronautalis has released his new song “Attila Ambrus” on SoundCloud. The song is inspired by the notorious whisky robber of the same name. You can stream the song below and the album comes out May 13th via SideOneDummy Records.
Mew’s new song “Count to Ten” is on the new Transformers Roll Out compilation album.
The new NOFX song “Hepatitis Bathtub” can be streamed below. The track was sent out to everyone that pre-ordered the band’s new book The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories.
Useless ID’s new song “We Don’t Want The Airwaves” is streaming on YouTube or by hitting read more. The track comes from the band’s upcoming EP due out May 6th on Fat Wreck Chords.
Against The Current’s new song “Forget Me Now” is up as a lyric video.
Ryan Adams’ Heartbreaker is getting a deluxe vinyl reissue. The set will be released on May 6th and comes with a remastered version of the album, outtakes and demos, and is available as a 4xLP vinyl box set, 2xCD edition, and 35-track digital download. You can hear the previously unreleased version of “Locked Away” below.
The Maine’s John O’Callaghan has launched a new project under the moniker John The Ghost. The first single, “Sour Grapes,” can be found on YouTube or by hitting read more. The full EP comes out on April 29th.
The official audio for Relient K’s new song “Bummin'” can be found on YouTube or by hitting read more.
Jessie Ware showcases on the new track by The Invisible called “So Well.” You can stream that below.