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The Deadnotes to release new studio album “Courage” on February 14th 2020

Freiburg, Germany-based indie-punks The Deadnotes are pleased to announce their new album “Courage” will be released on February 14th, 2020, through their own newly-established label 22Lives Records.

To celebrate the news the band have shared a new single from the album, titled “Hopeless Romantic”, together with a spirited new tongue-in-cheek music video which sees the band perform on a chat show where they are joined by a panel of dubious personalities.

Heart Of Gold releases music video for new single “Over Yourself”

Singer / songwriter Michael McGough is known for his work as vocalist and guitarist in rock band Being As An Ocean, and now his new independent project Heart Of Gold has partnered with SharpTone Records.

Drawing influence from “situations involving specific people and places”, Michael has captured a distinct sound of late eighties and early nineties pop/rock.

Tsunami Bomb to release new studio album “The Spine That Binds” on November 8th 2019

Northern California’s punk rock cult favorites Tsunami Bomb are back with “The Spine That Binds”, their first new LP in 15 years.

The LP, which was produced by the band, mixed by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Joyce Manor, Jeff Rosenstock) and mastered by Steve Orlando, will be released on November 8th, 2019, via Alternative Tentacles.

Nervus share music video for new single “Fake”

Alternative punk outfit Nervus have dropped “Fake” - the final track from their brand-new album “Tough Crowd”, out on September 27th, via Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Get Better Records (US). 

The accompanying video stars Milk Teeth’s Becky Blomfield, alongside Em Foster, lead vocalist of Nervus, and encourages fans to enter a competition to win test pressings and merch by creating their own video for the track using thehashtag #beyourownnervus.

Telltale release visualizer for new single “What a Shame”

Richmond based rock band Telltale has released a brand new single called “What a Shame”. The track gives fans a taste of what’s to come from their next record and arrives just ahead of the band’s September tour of the East Coast with Broadside. 

Watch a visualizer for the new song below. Purchase and stream the track here.
 

Spring.Fall.Sea reveal music video for new single “All About This”

Spring.Fall.Sea continue their climb and journey with a brand new single and EP. Expressing a sound that fuses post-hardcore, heavy pop and electronica, the animated threesome will release their explosive new EP, “Time + Tide”, out on Friday 6th September.

The Londoners have also just released a killer new single, “All About This” - watch the video below.

Nervus share music video for new single “They Don’t”

Alternative punk outfit Nervus have shared the second track from their brand-new album “Tough Crowd”, out on September 27th, 2019, Big Scary Monsters; “They Don’t” is a tirade on the UK government’s investment in policing, and lead vocalist Em Foster’s own experiences with the police. The band have also announced a string of UK and US dates, including a main support slot at Pup's Electric Ballroom show in London, and a stop at The Fest in Gainesville, USA.

Miss June announces Fall 2019 European, UK and North American Tour

New Zealand’s Miss June is excited to announce new tour dates to support the forthcoming release of debut album “Bad Luck Party”.

The LP will be released on September 6th, via Frenchkiss Records and The Bad Luck Party Tour will kick off in Wellington, New Zealand on that same day, before hitting Australia, Europe, the UK, USA and Canada for two months until early November. All tour dates are on sale from 9am (local) on Friday, August 2nd.

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Miss June to release debut album “Bad Luck Party” on September 6th 2019

New Zealand’s Miss June is excited to announce the forthcoming release of their debut album. Entitled “Bad Luck Party”, the LP will be released on September 6th, 2019, via Frenchkiss Records.

Today, they share the newest single “Enemies”, by way of a video directed by Dylan Pharazyn. Check it out below.