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Sad Park Releases “CAROUSEL” From Forthcoming New Album

Ahead of their album drop on July 7, Sad Park has issued their emotionally introspective new single, “CAROUSEL.” “CAROUSEL” is the second preview of their forthcoming album NO MORE SOUND. With its dreamy melodies, atmospheric soundscapes, and heartfelt lyrics, “CAROUSEL” takes listeners on a captivating sonic journey. The track delves into themes of longing, self-reflection, and the cyclical nature of life’s ups and downs. The poignant vocals and instrumentation create a sense of vulnerability and raw emotion. Read more: “December” By Neck Deep Is Now Certified Gold in US “‘CAROUSEL’ is about wishing you could freeze a moment in time…knowing… Read more »


The Maine Releases New Single “Touch” Ahead Of Sad Summer Fest

After blasting their new single via their trusty fan-signed tour van in front of Zia Records, The Maine has officially dropped “Touch” for all to enjoy. The track is accompanied with a music video featuring lead vocalist John O’Callaghan in all-white dancing through a green field under picture-perfect blue, cloudy skies. “Touch” shows off the band’s romantic, sexy side with the lyrics: “I like the way you say/You want me with your mouth closed/Forget the smoke alarm/Just open all the windows.” As far as sonics, The Maine keeps reinventing themselves, maturing and delving into their authentic selves with each track.… Read more »


Cassadee Pope & Daisha McBride Share Haunting “I Died” Music Video

Following the release of “I Died” on June 5, Cassadee Pope and Daisha McBride officially dropped their spooky music video for the song. Set to appear on Pope‘s forthcoming LP Hereditary, available July 12, the song is a dark rock track about scorched-earth breakups. Pope says, “I knew nobody would be able to execute my idea for this video better than my friend Ed Pryor. We wanted the aesthetic to really lean into the lyric about feeling like someone has made you feel like a ghost by cutting you off.” She continues, “We flipped the lyric on its head and… Read more »


The Wonder Years To Headline Philadelphia Date Of Sad Summer Fest

This year marks a whopping five entire years of Sad Summer Festival. The fifth-anniversary tour is positively stacked. Mayday Parade and The Maine are set to headline and The Wonder Years, We The Kings, Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Daisy Grenade, The Summer Set, Diva Bleach, Hot Milk, and Like Roses will play sets, too. However, on the Philadelphia date, fans will be treated to a headlining show from hometown heroes The Wonder Years. You can catch the act on August 8 at Philly’s Highmark Skyline Stage at The Mann. With the festival looking to channel the original essence of Warped Tour, they continue to partner with different charities and… Read more »


Sad Summer Fest Announces 2024 Lineup To Celebrate Five Years

Sad Summer Fest is back! The pop-punk traveling tour will kick off this summer to celebrate its fifth anniversary. Fans can register for pre-sale on Friday, March 1, with tickets going on sale to the public the following week on Friday, March 8. Scene staples Mayday Parade, The Maine, The Wonder Years, We The Kings, Daisy Grenade, and more will roam around the U.S., bringing their pop-punk goodness to the stage. The Summer Set, Diva Bleach, Hot Milk, and Like Roses will also join the lineup on select dates.  Read more: New Knocked Loose Album To Feature Chris Motionless &… Read more »


Paramore Named As 2024 Record Store Day Ambassadors

On February 10, Paramore announced that they have been named as Ambassadors for Record Store Day 2024. “The discovery of music was always meant to be romantic. Indie record shops are some of the only spaces we’ve at that offer tangible, tactile experience of music discovery,” the band said in an Instagram post. “In this world that feels more disconnected and hostile than ever, it feels important to remain in touch (literally) with what inspires us, empowers us. or simply brings us joy. Thankfully, for all our sakes, there still survives among the chaos, the purity and radical simplicity of… Read more »


Cassadee Pope Covers Panic! At The Disco For Rose Parade

Cassadee Pope ushered in the new year with unparalleled energy! After the world experienced epic performances for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in New York City and Los Angeles, including Green Day, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and more, Pope rang in 2024 with an electrifying cover performance of Panic! At The Disco’s 2019 hit “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” at the Rose Parade on New Year’s Day. The 2024 Rose Parade, themed “Celebrating A World Of Music: The Universal Language” and hosted in Pasadena, CA, featured the exceptional talent of Audra McDonald, a multi-award-winning performer from theater, music,… Read more »


WATCH: Awsten Knight Jokes That Waterparks Has “To Quit Soon”

If you’re not already foaming at the mouth over Waterparks’ latest full-length album Intellectual Property, get your salivary glands ready. While Waterparks has a substantially storied career, in such a short period of time, too, Intellectual Property may be the band’s greatest venture to date. Vocalist Awsten Knight stopped by the idobi Studios in North Hollywood to celebrate the release of Intellectual Property and go in-depth on the album’s creation with Fish. You can watch Knight’s full interview with Fish below. I had this whole thing prepared. I was gonna be like, I have author, fashion designer, singer, songwriter, dog… Read more »

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