pop punk

The Orphan The Poet release music video for “Queen Cobra”

The Orphan The Poet want you to know they are here and not going anywhere. Based out of Columbus, OH, the threesome come bearing their own brand of take-it-or-leave-it alternative tracks and have been rabidly gaining fans thanks to their captivating live show, garnering the attention of Spotify playlists like The New Alt + Apple Music’s Breaking Alternative, SiriusXM’s Alt Nation, & KROQ in Los Angeles. 

Dune Rats to release new studio album “Hurry up and Wait” on January 31st 2020

Brisbane trio Dune Rats announce the release of their new album “Hurry up and Wait”, out on January 31st, 2020

A nod to the stop-start nature of life on the road, the title of the Dune Rats’ third album “Hurry up and Wait” gives a hint of the wild ride Dune Rats have experienced following the success of their breakthrough 2017 record “The Kids Will Know It’s Bullshit”.

The 1865 reveal new official video for “John Brown’s Gat”

Groundbreaking NYC-based nouveau-punk collective The 1865 present their fascinating new video for “John Brown’s Gat”. This single can be found on their debut album “Don’t Tread On We!”, released via Mass Appeal Records. This follows up the earlier released singles “Buckshot” and “Get Out”. Directed by Hectah, the new video combines  illustrations by Honeychild Coleman, visuals and text from old newspapers, and stylized imagery of the band members themselves.

8kids release new music video for “WTF”

With their brand new album, “Bluten”, which is out now on Napalm Records, German-based 8kids not only succeed to combine post-hardcore with indie-rock and pop elements in perfection, but explore the depths of our society with a clear message and to open ears, minds and eyes. The band just released a new music clip to the high voltage song “WTF”, using their voice to stand up against fascism, intolerance and hate in within this world. Watch 8kids’ new video below.

Inner 29 to re-release debut EP “Now and Again, Here” on November 22nd 2019

Indie Vision Music is proud to present a brand new EP from Brazilian based pop-punk/emo band Inner 29. Full of catchy choruses and punchy guitar and piano driven pop-punk music.

Fans of Something Corporate, Blink-182, Motion City Soundtrack, Relient K, Homegrown, Jimmy Eat World, Armor For Sleep, and Brandtson will find something to instantly enjoy about this new band.

Stream the track “Inconsistency (Wears Me Out)” below.

Traklist:
1. Inconsistency (Wears Me Out)