UK pop punks Traits (featuring members of Random Hand and The Human Project) are streaming their second EP, “Illuminate”, ahead of its release on April 18th. You can have a listen below, or via the band’s Bandcamp, where you can pre-order the CD too.
“Illuminate” is the follow up to the band’s debut EP, “Limits”, which came out in March last year.
Leeds, UK folk-punk band Jake & The Jellyfish have released their third album, “Long In Winters”. The nine song record is the follow up to 2015’s “Dead Weight” and has been pressed on green vinyl, with orders up now.
London, UK based old-school pop/skate punks Resuscitators have released a two track preview of their upcoming album. The full length is due out later this year. “The River / A Record Of My Own Self Doubt” is up on the band’s Bandcamp for free/donation now.
Philadelphia based punks, The Ray Gradys (feat. Mr. Early Gates of Morning Glory fame) have a new EP coming out on March 3rd (preorders up at Bandcamp) and the trio sent over an advance copy to stream exclusively for Dying Scene readers! If you’re into good ole fashioned anti-authoritarian punk rock, you’re definitely going to wanna spin this one a few times. The tracks from the album will also be released as a split 7″ with fellow philly phenoms Seeing Snakes so keep an ear to the ground for that one! Now…git to gittin’! Stream the three song EP below!
The often-imitated, never-duplicated Hot Water Music gang is back with another new music video. It’s for the track “Bury Your Idols,” and you can check it out here.
“Bury Your Idols,” as you should damn-well know by know, is from Hot Water’s latest album, Light It Up, which was released last year on Rise Records. The band have a handful of tour dates in such exotic locations as Australia, the UK, Germany, and Florida over the next couple months; check out the full rundown at the link above. To the best of our knowledge, they’ve still got Chris Cresswell from the mighty Flatliners pitching in to help fill Chris Wollard’s duties while he’s getting himself right, but we’ll let you know if that changes. (We love and miss Wollard, but catching them with Cresswell was pretty damn cool in its own right – here’s our review of the Boston gig from late last year.)
Nagano, Japan based pop-punks NO BRIGHT GIRL have premiered a new track with a music video, titled “See You Again.” You can check out the video below.
The track features guest vocals from Yastin, the vocalist of fellow Japanese pop-punk act Good Grief. The track was released as a digital single on the 21st of February. The band will be playing a show on the 24th at MOLE HALL in Nagano to celebrate the release, more information for those in Japan can be found here.
NO BRIGHT GIRL - See You Again feat.Yastin from Good Grief（Official Music Video） - YouTube
In this episode, Liam meets with Svarti, curator of the Icelandic Punk Museum in Reykjavik. Svarti gives him a crash course in Icelandic punk and talks about meeting Johnny Rotten/John Lydon, Svarti’s times spent homeless, and how the museum found its home in a public toilet.
The episode is finished off with a track from Abraskadabra‘s upcoming album.
You can check out the new episode below, and get caught up at the podcast’s soundcloud.
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