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UK Punks The Menstrual Cramps Talk “Body Politics”

UK punkers The Menstrual Cramps have released their new single, “Body Politics,” and signed to Alcopop! Records. The band also announced headline shows in the new year, including Manchester Punk Fest, Outer Town Festival, and 2000 Trees. The song is based on a deeper political meaning of bodily autonomy and identity. With quick drums and a strong beat, the song kicks in by repeating the title and includes, “Body politics/Gender is performative/I didn’t choose my gender it was placed on me.” Clocking in under three minutes, it’s a good old-fashioned pointed punk song that challenges the status quo. Vocalist Emilia… Read more »


House Parties Unveils Pop-Punk Anthem “Mid-Life Crisis” Ahead Of EP Release

Ahead of their Side Effects EP, House Parties is unleashing their brand-new track “Mid-Life Crisis” paired with trippy new visuals. The song follows their October release “Braindead,” a fiery track featuring the one and only Derek DiScanio of State Champs as a producer. In fact, he produced the whole House Parties Side Effects EP alongside Seth Henderson. If you loved “Braindead” or early 2023’s “CAUTIOUS,” you have to add “Mid-Life Crisis” to your playlist ASAP. Check out the new track below. Overall, the band details feeling stuck in time and overwhelmed, a common feeling for several Gen Z individuals. “This… Read more »


Alkaline Trio Escape Zombie Punks In “Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs” Video

The moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! Alkaline Trio has made their triumphant return with their latest punk-infused creation, “Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs,” set in a zombie dystopian skatepark/motel combo. The track, serving as both the title track and lead single, heralds their forthcoming full-length album. Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs is scheduled for release on January 26, 2024, courtesy of Rise Records, and marks the group’s first new album since 2018’s Is This Thing Cursed? and our first taste of new music since 2020’s E.P. Across “Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs,” the song exudes quintessential Alkaline Trio, both… Read more »


Trophy Eyes Bring Their Punk Attitude Alive In New “OMW” Video

Pulled from their fourth studio full-length Suicide And Sunshine, Australian post-punk mainstays Trophy Eyes have issued a new video for their hopeful yet exhilarating single, “OMW.” While the video is simple in its storytelling, the striking use of color and the outdoor backdrop vividly brings the band’s punk attitude to life, fueling the energy and spirit of the track. While the group infuses “OMW” with a familiar emotional depth, the track plays on its simplicity by detailing themes of self-discovery and personal growth. A standout track on their most recent LP, “OMW” masterfully blends a pop sensibility with the raw… Read more »


“I Wanna Be” Brazil Tour Is A Pop-Punk Dream

It is a cute ongoing joke in the music industry that no matter who you are or how big your band is, you are destined to have at least one “come to Brazil” comment on a tour announcement post. Well, an entire roster of pop-punk bands have finally agreed to do just that, they are coming to Brazil. This line-up is so totally STACKED, it might as well be it’s own little festival. Simple Plan, The All-American Rejects and A Day To Remember are heading to Brazil this coming March for a very special string of performances. However, it doesn’t… Read more »


Sum 41 Return With “Old School Pop Punk” Single, “Landmines”

Grab your Chucks…and possibly some tissues because Sum 41 has unleashed their debut single from their eagerly-awaited farewell double album, Heaven :x: Hell. With the release of “Landmines,” plucked from the aptly titled upcoming record, the band embarks on a poignant return to their roots and delivers a wave of emotions while they’re doing it. Stirring excitement for their single drop, Sum 41 offered a tantalizing glimpse to fans through a short clip featuring teen skateboarders who strikingly resemble the band members during their formative years in the early 2000s. The video also showcased the iconic old-school Sum 41 logo,… Read more »


5 Disney Princess Songs That Could Transform Into Pop-Punk Anthems

When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today.  The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »


Kevin Lyman To Host A Tour Of The Punk Rock Museum In Vegas

If you were a Warped Tour kid and love museums, you’re in for a surprise. Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman just announced that he will be hosting a private tour of the Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas.  Taking place on the morning of October 21, Lyman will guide punk rock fans through the 12,000-square-foot facility designed to give visitors a lesson on the history of the genre.  Today, Lyman shared the news with his followers in an Instagram video.  “I’m super stoked to be coming up to Las Vegas and the Punk Rock Museum where I will be giving… Read more »


Pop Punkers 408 Sign To Big Noise Music Group

Viral TikTok pop punk band, 408 has announced today that they have signed a worldwide record deal with Big Noise Music Group. The signing pairs with the exciting announcement of their upcoming single “Break Up With Your Girlfriend” produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Neck Deep), Kyle Fishman (Morgan Wallen, Luke Bryan) and Nick Bailey (Machine Gun Kelly, Trippie Redd, jxdn) out September 29. The band has dropped several teasers across TikTok and Instagram Reels that you can check out! Big Noise President Jon Cohen shared, “We’re super excited to sign 408, a true DIY band that has been grinding on their own for some… Read more »

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