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Games We Play Says “Life’s Going Great” On Debut Album

Solo pop-punk artist, Games We Play has shared a brand new emotional track, “too young.” today. This tune comes with the announcement of his debut album, Life’s Going Great due out October 6th via Fueled By Ramen. “too young.” comes as the second single from the new record, following last month’s track, “All My Untalented Friends (Ooo La La)“. Speaking on the new album and track, Games We Play shared: “The record is a snapshot of how my life has been for the past year. I’ve gotten to do things I’ve only ever DREAMED of doing while simultaneously going through… 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 »


Knox And Charlotte Sands Declare “We’re Not In Love Anymore”

For the last few years, the Nashville rock scene has proven itself to be a powerful hub where the best artists and songwriters in the scene cross paths and make magic. Today is no exception, as Music City’s very own Knox and Charlotte Sands have dropped an emotional new track, “We’re Not In Love Anymore.”  Having worked together as writers alongside acts such as John Harvie and Arrows In Action, the single is the first that Knox and Charlotte Sands have both written and performed together. Sharing both sides of a fading relationship, the artists give their take on why… Read more »


When We Were Young Fest Announces Strange 80s Sideshow

As the summer draws to a close, we only have one thing on our minds: When We Were Young Fest 2023. And not just When We Were Young, but all of the music, camaraderie, and more that come with the eventful weekend. As the pop-punk-filled weekend approaches, with eagerly-anticipated performances from Green Day, blink-182, Simple Plan, and more, the festival along with Charity Bomb and Unite The United Foundation, have announced the Strange 80s benefit concert and bowling tournament.  Kicking off the weekend’s events for the second year in a row on Friday, October 20 at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas,… Read more »


Tenacious D Release First Song In 5 Years With “Video Games”

Iconic comedy rock duo, Tenacious D are back after a 5 year hiatus to bring fans their newest track, “Video Games“. The goofy song packs a lot of punchlines for only being a little over a minute in length. The joke here is that the band is too old to play video games, except for every once in a while, of course. Tenacious D shout out God of War, Fall Out 4, and Red Dead Redemption 2 in the new track and fans of these games are sure to get a good laugh. Jack Black and Kyle Gass had this… Read more »

Hot Mulligan Share New Track “Gans Media Retro Games” and Wrestle-Themed Video

Today, Hot Mulligan have released another new track from their upcoming album Why Would I Watch out May 12th via Wax Bodega. The new tune “Gans Media Retro Games” shows the band at their loudest and poppiest. This track follows the release of their song “Shhhh! Golf is On” last month, both produced by their long time studio partner, Brett Romnes. Hot Mulligan also released a goofy and dramatic wrestle-themed visual to accompany the new song and if you watch closely you might just catch a cameo from Dan Lambton. “This song is about only seeing what I’m doing wrong,”… Read more »

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