By Ben Kaye

Screaming Females share new single, “Deeply”, reveal new 2018 tour dates: Stream

Photo by Grace Winters Screaming Females are set to release their new full-length album, All At Once, on February 23rd via Don Giovanni Records. The DIY Jersey punks’ seventh overall LP features 15 tracks, including the previously revealed “Glass House” and “Black Moon”. Today, the band has shared a third single, “Deeply”. The plodding and determined […]

By Eddie Fu

Superchunk announce first album in four years, What a Time to Be Alive, share title track: Stream

Superchunk has spent 2017 sharing a steady stream of standalone charity releases, including last month’s 7-inch benefiting the Southern Poverty Law Center. Now, the North Carolina indie rockers have announced a new full-length album, their first in four years. It’s called What a Time to Be Alive and arrives February 16th through Merge Records. (Read: […]

By Michelle Geslani

The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon announces new solo album, Sleepwalkers, shares “Forget Me Not”: Stream

Brian Fallon, singer/guitarist of The Gaslight Anthem, is gearing up to release his sophomore solo album. It’s titled Sleepwalkers and due out February 9th through Island Records. The follow-up to 2016’s Painkillers was recorded earlier this year at Parlor Recording Studio in New Orleans alongside Ted Hutt, who previously worked on The Gaslight Anthem’s 2008 […]

By Randall Colburn

Shamir laments “Straight Boy” in music video for new, melancholy track: Watch

One-time dance pop star Shamir made quite the pivot back in April when he released Hope, a collection of lo-fi tracks he recorded over a single weekend. Last month, the release of “90’s Kids” heralded yet another new LP, Revelations. Now, Shamir has released the album’s closing track, “Straight Boy”. “All straight boys care about is how they’re […]

By Eddie Fu

Paradise (members of Longview, PJ Harvey, Primal Scream) reveal Origins of debut single, “Goodbye 21st Century”: Stream

Photo by Maria Mochnacz Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single. Newly formed rock group Paradise found its origins at a bar in Oslo where guitarist Rob McVey (Marianne Faithfull, Longview) first bonded with Sivert Høyem, former vocalist of the Norwegian alternative outfit Madrugada. […]

By Michelle Geslani

Wild Beasts announce final EP, farewell shows

Photo by Sion Marshall Waters After more than 15 years together, Wild Beasts announced yesterday that they were calling it quits. Now, the UK indie rockers have detailed how they plan to take their final bow: with a new EP called Punk Drunk and Trembling and a trio of last-ever shows set for early 2018. Punk […]

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

Canadian punks Tough Age share the Origins of their new single “Me in Glue”: Stream

Photo by Colin Medley Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single. There comes a point where moving through life is no longer as simple as lather, rinse, repeat. Terribly powerful as it is, your mind can trap you in place, its thoughts weighing […]

By Michelle Geslani

Joyce Manor and Wavves announce North American co-headlining tour

Joyce Manor photo by Carlo Cavaluzzi / Wavves photo by Heather Kaplan Lace up those Vans ’cause two of pop punk’s premier acts are hitting the road together this fall. Today, Joyce Manor and Wavves have announced a North American co-headlining tour that’s set to run from October 20th to November 22nd. Cities such as San […]

By Ben Kaye

Bully are “Running” from their emotions on new single: Stream

Photo by Alysse Gafkjen Bully are back with the second single off their forthcoming sophomore album, Losing. The follow-up to 2015’s Feels Like, due out October 20th (via Sub Pop), was first previewed with the manic “Feel the Same”. Today, the CoSigned Nashville act is back with another candid pop-punk examination of mental wellness called “Running”. “Overall, ‘Running’ is […]