Hopeless Records‘ new signees Sweet Pill just launched their new single “Chewed Up,” preceded by label debut “Starchild.” The edgy emo offering is set to appear on the Philadelphia-based band’s forthcoming Starchild EP, due out March 15 via Hopeless Records. Pre-orders are available now. Check out the math rock-infused “Chewed Up” below. “The song ‘Starchild’ is an ode to selling myself short and not valuing my own self-worth,” says lead vocalist Zayna Youssef. “I’m at a time in my life where I find myself ‘people pleasing’ everyone but myself. Then I’m burdened with the pressure of letting everyone down. Ultimately,… Read more »
Sweet Pill have officially signed to Hopeless Records and celebrated with the release of a personal new track “Starchild”.
Grab your headphones and say “Hello” to your new end-of-summer soundtrack: Weathers just served up Pillows & Therapy and you’ll want to give it a listen.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that when The Maine releases something new, we want to be first in line to try it. So when we were offered a trial run of their new fansite, Pillar, we eagerly signed up.
Singer-songwriter Daisy Maude’s new track has a summer-by-the-pool kinda vibe and you’ll be pouring out a marg’ to this one.
Roughly one month after the tragic death of his close friend and former bandmate Layne Staley, Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell returned to the town that made them both famous, and despite the feeling that a big hole existed where his former partner once stood, it was a rocking, if bittersweet, trip back in time. With plenty of classic AIC material in tow, Cantrell took a sparse but enthusiastic audience at Key Arena on Friday back to the halcyon days of the early ’90s – a time of lank hair, big angst and bigger guitars, before the Bizkit and its… Read more »
The Wonder Years are going to be celebrating their seminal album ‘The Greatest Generation’ with a tour where they will play it in full.
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 »
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 »