Origami Angel, the dynamic pop-punk/emo fusion duo hailing from the suburbs of Washington, DC, has dropped their captivating new single, “My PG County Summer.” Their eagerly anticipated track will appear on their forthcoming mixtape The Brightest Days which will arrive on June 16. Clocking in at just over three minutes, “My PG County Summer” wastes no time in immersing listeners in its nostalgic and introspective atmosphere. The song’s opening riff instantly draws you in with its catchy hooks and vibrant melodies. The guitar interplay between the band’s members, Ryland Heagy and Pat Doherty, is nothing short of mesmerizing, weaving a… Read more »
Origami Angel reinvent themselves once again with an ode to a shitty summer vacation in “Thank You, New Jersey” via Counter Intuitive Records. The DC two-piece are constantly transforming. Last fall the duo released two EPs spanning across entirely different soundscapes, showing their versatility in song writing. With the acoustic re:turn, and hardcore DEPART, this new track snuggles right into the middle. It showcases the bands ability to highlight all the most coveted pieces of creating a good alternative rock song. The song is coated in the technical aspects of math rock, the confined chaos of hardcore, all while nodding… Read more »
Origami Angel’s Fall Tour with supporting acts Pool Kids and Insignificant Other make a stop at The Abbey in Orlando. idobi Photographer Kayla Surico made it out to the show and covered it for us! Check out the gallery below and try to make it out to one of the last few dates before the tour wraps up. Origami Angel Pool Kids Insignificant Other
Radio Uprising showcases the greatest bands and artists that tomorrow has to offer, including Origami Angel, Thief Club, GRLwood, and All Hours.
Four Year Strong are ready for the holidays with the release of their Holiday Special Live album via Pure Noise. The band previously recorded the set in 2020 as a part of a livestream concert event. Don’t worry though for fans waiting for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday to pass before you turn on the holiday music, there’s no song of the sort in sight here. Along with the album drop comes special merch and vinyl perfect for gift giving to your Four Year Strong obsessed bestie. There are three variants of the live album to pre-order: a blue, white &… Read more »
Creature Cult have a pulsating new track, all about how our mental health can affect all of the most important relationships in our lives.
Boys Like Girls have rekindled their fans’ excitement by revealing the long-awaited details of their first song since 2012. Titled “Blood and Sugar,” the track will make its debut on Friday, May 19, marking the band’s highly anticipated comeback following their individual pursuits. Vocalist Martin Johnson has delivered a heartfelt message to commemorate this special occasion. In a poignant three-minute voiceover video, the group shares glimpses of their successful past and provides a glimpse into their personal lives since their previous release. “I got an interesting relationship with my younger self,” Johnson begins. “I respect and admire the kid. His… Read more »
Riot Fest, one of the most eagerly-awaited music festivals of the year, has just announced its mind-blowing 3-day lineup for 2023. This year’s headliners are none other than the legendary Foo Fighters, The Cure, The Postal Service/Death Cab For Cutie, Queens Of The Stone Age, Turnstile, and The Mars Volta. But the excitement doesn’t end there. Riot Fest has managed to assemble an incredible array of talent to round out the lineup. Head Automatica, Tegan and Sara, 100 gecs, The Gaslight Anthem, Say Anything, AFI, and many other fan favorites will grace the stage. The full list of artists promises… Read more »
The Wonder Years are putting on a party in their hometown of Philadelphia, and inviting some amazing friends to celebrate with them.
Kicking into high gear during the pandemic, Pinkshift has taken tremendous strides forward as a unit with the release of their debut full-length album, Love Me Forever. Now, ahead of their forthcoming tour alongside Origami Angel and Sweet Pill, Pinkshift has launched into a softer, grungier side with “to me.” Produced by Will Yip, whom the band worked with on their debut LP, “to me” is a slowed-down love song with high peaks of grunge-soaked instrumentation. Showcasing the group’s more vulnerable side, “to me” also marks their first love song. Read more: The Return of Say Anything: Gear Up For… Read more »