With the Punches have released their new song “Stoneham Blues” and will be releasing their new EP, Discontent, on May 27 via Mutant League Records. You can pre-save the EP here, and pre-orders are up.
With the Punches have released their new song “Stoneham Blues” and will be releasing their new EP, Discontent, on May 27 via Mutant League Records. The song is now available on all streaming services and a video was recently released.
Of the new track, vocalist Jesse Vadala says:
In the time when we were touring independently and writing our own way around the country, I often felt invincible even if just for a while. Inevitably, the rubber band would snap and bad news would arrive. I would be reminded swiftly of the severity of time and certainty of death. Always mildly obsessed with thoughts of my own. This song is loosely written about a few close friends who passed away. I struggled like many do in processing death, especially those lost to addiction. We always wish for ways to protect the ones we love. When they leave abruptly, it can shatter so many lives. Some days we feel lost. Other days we shine a bit brighter from the light of our memories. There were several sharp moments like this in the last few years. Now when I give it time, I feel so proud and thankful for all of the beautiful memories, they tend to outweigh the bad.
With The Punches is regarded as a staple within the emo/pop punk community. Formed in 2008, the band has released three EP’s and one full-length album in that time. Their new EP Discontent will be the band’s first release in over nine years. Recorded and produced by Brendan Williams at Gain Stage Studios, the upcoming EP includes 5 of their most distinguished tracks to date.Read More “With the Punches Debut New Track, Announce New EP”
Boxfish are a band out of Boston, MA, and they will be releasing their new EP, Leap of Faith, next month. Keep your eyes peeled for that and follow the band on social media if you like what you hear.Read More “Boxfish Release New Video for “Bend (Break)””
Roaring Paper Spring is the new album from the Ohio Elder Pop/Punk project SeeMoreGlass. It is a record for the fans of Early 2000s Pop Punk, who love heartfelt and honest lyrics, enjoy records with a concept and also are looking for a little hope in their lives. This is a record about learning how to move away from sadness, and let go of the things in life you can’t control. The Roaring Paper Spring resides in all of us, and it is up to us to decide if it is going to help us find order in the chaos, or keep us trembling in the dark. Check it out!
Today SeeMoreGlass has released the video for “Hope and Time Wait for No One.” And, if you make a meme or gif from the video, you can submit them here and the best one will win a free copy of the record on vinyl. (And the vinyl Kickstarter is currently running.)
Roaring Paper Spring (and the rest of the SeeMoreGlass discography) is available on Bandcamp for $5, and until March 22nd, 100% of the proceeds will be split between the charities RAINN and Rescue.org.Read More “SeeMoreGlass Release New Video”
Nashville-based alt-pop trailblazer Caroline Romano presents her debut album, Oddities and Prodigies, out now. From misty-eyed ballads to fiery anthems, Oddities and Prodigies is a vivid snapshot of Caroline’s personal and musical journey — “this album is everything I know in 16 songs,” she says. From tackling what it’s like to struggle with depression and anxiety to examining first loves and first heartbreaks, Oddities and Prodigies is an all-encompassing look at Caroline’s personal growth and resilience. Alongside the album launch, Caroline has released a music video for her single “Oddities and Prodigies.”Read More “Caroline Romano Releases New Album”
SeeMoreGlass’s new album, Roaring Paper Spring, is now available on Bandcamp. This is an album for fans of early 2000’s pop-punk, those who love heartfelt and honest lyrics, enjoy records with a concept and also are looking for a little hope in their lives. This is a record about learning how to move away from sadness, and let go of the things in life you can’t control. The Roaring Paper Spring resides in all of us, and it is up to us to decide if it is going to help us find order in the chaos, or keep us trembling in the dark.
Roaring Paper Spring (and the rest of the SeeMoreGlass discography) is available on bandcamp for $5, and until March 8th, 100% of the proceeds will be split between the charities No More Dysphoria and SNAP Network. There is also a Kickstarter to get the album pressed to vinyl.
You can get a taste of the album by checking out the music video for “Missing You (From Halfway Round The World).”Read More “SeeMoreGlass Releases New Album”
Lost Like Lions have released their new song “Back to Life.” It’s now on all streaming platforms and it’s the first track off the band’s upcoming EP, Fear of Letting Go, which will be out this spring. The band is from Buffalo, NY, and you can follow them on Instagram.Read More “Lost Like Lions Release New Song “Back to Life””
Bad Beginnings will be releasing their debut EP, Hoping For The Best, this Friday, January 21st.
Bad Beginnings are an Atlanta, Georgia-based pop-punk alt-rock band/duo formed in 2021. Their fast-paced and melodic sound was born from their experiences growing up with 90’s alt-rock (like Gin Blossoms and The Offspring) while learning to play along with early 2000’s pop-punk (like Blink-182 and Avril Lavigne).Read More “Bad Beginnings to Release Debut EP”