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The Menzingers Share New Single “Gone West” Ahead Of ‘Some Of It Was True (DELUXE)’


The Menzingers have done it again with their dreamy new single, “Gone West.” The song centers around themes of moving on and letting go. Complete with a music video comprised of tour footage, this single is just a taste of what’s to come when Some Of It Was True (DELUXE) arrives this Friday, May 31.  Recorded at the same time as their 2023 album, Some Of It Was True, “Gone West” is a familiar sound for The Menzingers. Slotting right into the deluxe album with alluring guitar melodies and contemplative lyrics, vocalist/guitarist Tom May recalls the track containing some of… Read more »

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Mayday Parade Releases New Single “Pretty Good To Feel Something”


As if the summer wasn’t hot enough, Mayday Parade and more of your favorites are turning up the heat as they kick off Sad Summer Fest today, July 11. The fifth annual festival will be touring nearly 20 cities across America in July and August. Mayday Parade and The Maine are set to headline, joined by The Wonder Years, We The Kings, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, and more. Read more: The Maine Releases New Single “Touch” Ahead Of Sad Summer Fest With the tour comes Mayday Parade’s new single “Pretty Good To Feel Something.” A feel-good song with that instantly… Read more »

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The Get Up Kids Celebrate 25 Years of ‘Something to Write Home About’


Has it really been 25 years since The Get Up Kids released Something to Write Home About? Time to feel old, apparently! The band has announced a deluxe reissue of the record that has been remastered and expanded to include rare demos and previously unreleased tracks. Something to Write Home About (25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) drops August 23 and to further the celebration, The Get Up Kids have given fans two new music videos today. The first is an immensely nostalgic music video for “Holiday“, directed by Shawn Brackbill. It showcases never-before-seen tour footage from the time surrounding the original… Read more »

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Mayday Parade Announces New Single, “Pretty Good To Feel Something”


With Sad Summer Fest just over a week away, Mayday Parade is ensuring we’re armed with all the sad songs we need to mark the occasion! Dropping on the festival’s kickoff date on July 11, Mayday Parade has announced their latest release, “Pretty Good To Feel Something.” Captioning a video of Larry David yelling, “Pretty pretty good,” the band writes, “We are feelin’ PRETTY GOOD, pretty pretty p r e t t y pretty good, about having a new tune dropping soon!” You can presave the track here, and we’re feeling pretty good that Mayday Parade will be performing “Pretty… Read more »

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Andrew McMahon Loosens His “Death Grip” On New Something Corporate Song


Ahead of the massive Out Of Office Tour—beginning today, June 20—singer/songwriter Andrew McMahon is back with his first new track of 2024, “Death Grip” via Big Loud Rock. This collab of his two projects Something Corporate and Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness is an optimistic, breezy summer pop anthem every workaholic and/or control-lover needs to hear. McMahon says of the new track, “I honestly didn’t expect to be releasing new music this year. I’ve lived on the write, record, release, tour hamster wheel for a long time and decided after the last album I would do things differently. Giving myself… Read more »

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Handsome Cactus ft. Lucas Astrom


Come on in, Stoners! We’re back in the studio this week with our friend Lucas Astrom to talk about X-men 97, [smart_track_playerurl=”https://p.ido.bi/thewayhighway/TWH.248.mp3″ title=”Handsome Cactus ft. Lucas Astrom” artist=”The Way Highway” image=”http://i.ido.bi/assets/show/2018/09/WayHighway_LOGO_Square2.jpg” social=”true” social_twitter=”true” social_facebook=”true” social_gplus=”true” ]

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Zoe Ko Needs Some “Touch Therapy” On New Song


Zoe Ko is back with a sexy and thrilling new single, “Touch Therapy,” via Big Loud Rock. Preceded by “EAT” and “DIRT,” this new song boasts booming basslines, glam-rock sonics, and energizing pop beats perfect for your “hot girl summer” playlists. The New York City-born artist shares, “This song was born out of the most teenage dream night you could imagine. I was seeing a boy in L.A. and one day he drove me around to different outlook points and we eventually ended up at a drive-in movie. Needless to say, I barely remember that movie because I couldn’t see… Read more »

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talker Releases “Everything Is Something (I Never Saw Coming)”


Ahead of her eagerly anticipated debut full-length album, I’m Telling You The Truth, talker has unleashed her latest offering, “Everything Is Something (I Never Saw Coming).” Acting as the fifth glimpse into her forthcoming 11-track collection, talker, aka Celeste Tauchar, shares, “Writing this track changed my life, not joking.” “We just did whatever we wanted,” Tauchar adds about the writing process with Collin Pastore and Jake Finch. “There was a moment that we all looked at each other and were like, oh shit. It’s one of the most pop-leaning songs on the record but it captures an essence that’s present… Read more »

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10 Songs True Emo Kids Can Recognize By The First Note


By now, we’ve all seen the viral TikTok trend capitalizing on our emo heart’s trigger of the infamous G-Note. It’s no secret that playing this simple note will reveal any and every Emo Kid—current and former—within a considerable distance. After all, “Welcome To The Black Parade” by My Chemical Romance can easily go down in history as the most recognizable song across a span of generations. But how many more of these timeless classics can a true emo kid pick out before the lyrics even begin? Here’s our list of 10 songs true emo kids can recognize by the sound… Read more »

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