By Eddie Fu

At the Drive-In and Death From Above to tour together in Europe

Death From Above photo by David Brendan Hall/At The Drive-In photo by Heather Kaplan At the Drive-In resurfaced in April with in•ter a•li•a, their first album in 17 years. On the heels of an appearance at Riot Fest, the El Paso rockers are about to embark on an international leg that includes stops in Japan, […]

By Ben Kaye

Charly Bliss share video for “DQ”, plus new tour dates: Watch

Charly Bliss took a nostalgic trip back to summer camp in their video for “Westermarck”. With their new clip for “DQ”, the Brooklyn pop punk quartet are once again looking into the past. Co-directed by frontwoman Eva Hendricks and Andrew Costa, the video finds the band revisiting their high school days: playing video games in […]

By Ben Kaye

Weaves announce new album, Wide Open, share lead single, “#53”: Stream

Photo by Brendan George Ko Just a few weeks after Weaves’ self-titled debut album was shortlisted for the Polaris Prize, the Canadian indie rockers have announced its follow-up. The band’s sophomore record, Wide Open, is set for an October 6th via Buzz Records/Kanine/Memphis Industries. Weaves refer to the style of the new album as “Americana,” though that […]

By Ben Kaye

Dashboard Confessional and The All-American Rejects cover each other to celebrate co-headlining tour: Stream

Photos by David Bean and Eliot Lee Hazel Emo stalwarts Dashboard Confessional and The All-American Rejects are currently on the road together making the teenaged hearts of older millennials burst on a North American tour. To celebrate the joint jaunt, the two projects have each covered a trademark song by their tourmate’s, which are both […]

By Eddie Fu

Jeff Rosenstock shares two new songs on Split with SKASUCKS EP: Stream

Photo by Carlo Cavaluzzi Former Bomb the Music Industry! frontman Jeff Rosenstock released his first solo album, the excellent WORRY., last year. Now, the punk rocker has returned with a new pay-what-you-want split 7-inch with South Korean band SKASUCKS, fittingly entitled Split with SKASUCKS. The release includes two new songs from Rosenstock, including a cover […]

By Ben Kaye

Paramore expand 2017 North American tour schedule

At their tour kickoff in Nashville last week, Paramore surprised fans with a cover of The Strokes’ “Someday”. Well, it looks like there will be even more chances for unexpected treats later this fall, as the pop punk outfit have expanded their schedule in support of their latest LP, After Laughter. The new dates are set […]

By Ben Kaye

Sheer Mag announce debut album, Need to Feel Your Love, share “Just Can’t Get Enough” — listen

Photo by​ ​Marie Lin ​​Despite being notoriously press-shy, Sheer Mag have built quite a reputation for themselves over the past few years. Having released three EPs since 2014, the Philadelphia rockers have become live favorites, performing everywhere from Coachella to Primavera Sound. 2016 saw them methodically build upon their success, delivering one of the best late night […]

By Ben Kaye

Descendents announce 2017 North American tour dates

Photo by Debi Del Grande Descendents may be old-timers in the echelons of pop punkdom, but they’re still one of the greatest bands the genre has ever offered. They’ll continue to prove that fact when they return to the road for an extensive run of newly announced North American tour dates. Coming in support of their latest […]

By Ben Kaye

Wire announce DRILL: LA Festival, spring tour dates

Photo by Matias Coral April 1st will mark the 40th anniversary of post-punk legends Wire’s debut on stage at London’s the Roxy. The band have already announced that they’ll mark the occasion with the release of a new album, Silver/Lead, on March 31st. Now, they’ve revealed that they’ll celebrate in even grander fashion on the actual day the […]

By Ben Kaye

Blink-182 announce US tour dates with Wavves

Photo by Philip Cosores Blink-182 have revealed their first US tour dates for 2017. In continued support of their Grammy-nominated album, California, the pop punk greats have mapped out 20 stops mostly located in the south eastern part of the country. The Naked and Famous will open for the trio during the first few shows — including a gig at Houston’s […]