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Young Culture And Daisy Grenade Join Forces On “Jesus”

Young Culture is back with the bop of the fall! Joining forces with their friends and fellow New York natives, Daisy Grenade, the pop-rock band is celebrating the release of their new single, “Jesus,” today. The song tells the story of a toxic relationship that is too addictive to leave. It’s the kind of situation you know is terrible for you, but the push and pull of passion makes you stay. Lyrics like, “Why do I get high when you keep taking me low?” are balanced by the track’s driving guitars that immerse the listener into a full-on house party… Read more »


Daisy Grenade Ask “Are You Scared Of Me Yet?” In New Video

In the midst of their skyrocketing success, 2023 has undeniably become the year of Daisy Grenade. Following the release of their debut video for “Got It Bad” earlier this year, consequently, the band has been making waves since the release. The industry took notice, leading to their signing with the prestigious Public Consumption and DCD2 Records, solidifying their status as rising stars. Building upon their early achievements, Daisy Grenade recently unveiled their highly anticipated Cult Classic EP, which featured their latest offerings “Got It Bad” and “Riot.” The EP showcased their versatility and evolution as artists, featuring a diverse range… Read more »


Daisy Grenade Drops Extended ‘Cult Classic’ With New Song “Riot”

Following the exciting announcement that Daisy Grenade has joined the Public Consumption and DCD2 Records earlier this month, the band has issued an extended version of their 2022 EP, Cult Classic, featuring their latest tenacious single “Got It Bad” and the never-before-heard “Riot.”  The EP’s newest single, “Riot,” takes the duo’s enthralling cotton candy-colored pop-punk sound to new heights. Ringing in your ears right of the rip, “Riot” opens with a punchy guitar riff and throbbing drumming, the song exudes an unapologetic rebellious spirit reminiscent of early aughts feminism. The lyrics channel a sense of defiance and empowerment, encouraging listeners… Read more »


We’ve “Got It Bad” For The New Daisy Grenade Single

Leading up to their tour run with Fall Out Boy and a stint on Sad Summer Fest this summer, Daisy Grenade has unveiled their tenacious new single, “Got It Bad.” “Got It Bad” solidifies Daisy Grenade‘s position as a compelling presence and serves as their debut single on Public Consumption and the iconic DCD2 Records, the label imprint owned by their mentor Pete Wentz. Right off the rip, “Got It Bad” puts you in a death grip with their intoxicating guitar runs and the fusion of Dani Nigro and Keaton Whittaker’s feverish vocals ringing across the cotton candy-colored pop-punk ballad.… Read more »


You Need To Listen To The Acoustic Rendition Of “blame” By The Maine

As per usual, The Maine has been more than generous to fans, offering amazing collabs, dropping an incredible ninth record, and sharing new acoustic renditions of their singles. After teasing a snippet of the track earlier this week, the group finally shared a stripped-down version of the dance-inducing, pop-laced banger “blame,” resulting in a haunting, heartfelt performance. Frontman John O’Callaghan’s vocals absolutely shine on this somber rendition, departing from the glitzy disco aesthetics and sounds of its original counterpart. Frankly, be prepared to sob. Listen to The Maine’s acoustic reinterpretation of “blame” below. In a recent Instagram clip, listeners can… Read more »


Celebrate Halloween With Limited-Edition Fall Out Boy Shirts

There are many ways to celebrate Halloween as an adult. You can have a ton of red cocktails with dry ice fog floating off the top, you can head to a themed Emo Night at your favorite dive bar, you could stream all of the ‘Halloween’ movies (even the really bad ones), and/or you can don a Fall Out Boy tee made just for the season.  The guys are offering two Halloween T-shirt designs in their online store and for only 48 hours.  One design features the faces of Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley, along with… Read more »

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