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Telltale Unleashes “MONSTER” Ahead Of Their Debut LP Release

Richmond, Virginia-based grunge, pop-punk ensemble Telltale revealed a new track from their forthcoming debut self-titled LP, “MONSTER.” The album, which arrives out everywhere on May 17 via Rude Records. Previously released record tracks include the spooky Edgar Allan Poe-inspired “EDDY,” “kissinginacarcrash,” preceded by “Otherside,” “Cardinals,” The band tells Rock Sound, “‘MONSTER’ is a track that we couldn’t be more clear about, it’s pure dad rock. Our dads all raised us on various rock and metal artists and we all carry a love for some of their favorite bands with us in the music we create.” They continue, “This song is for… Read more »


Telltale Announces Debut Self-Titled LP & Drops “kissinginacarcrash”

Richmond, Virginia-based grunge, pop-punk ensemble Telltale is beginning their Friday with two big announcements. The quartet’s debut self-titled LP is set to be released on May 17 via Rude Records. Additionally, they’re back with brand-new single “kissinginacarcrash,” preceded by “Otherside,” “Cardinals,” and “EDDY.” The new offering leans deliciously into the zone of psychedelic rock, with a haunting heaviness in its ethereal vocals. “This track is for anyone who enjoys a late-night drive while they reflect and self-deprecate about every past relationship they’ve had,” Telltale shares of “kissinginacarcrash.” Check out the new single and spooky visualizer below. “It’s taken us three EPs and… Read more »


Telltale Shares Spooky Edgar Allan Poe-Inspired Single “EDDY”

Richmond, Virginia-based grunge, pop-punk ensemble Telltale is showing off their literary wisdom in an Edgar Allan Poe-inspired track and music video, “EDDY,” via Rude Records. The new single is preceded by the hyperpop-infused “Cardinals” and emo-tinged “Otherside.“ Telltale offers spine-tingling visuals as they recount Poe’s timeless spooky tales in “EDDY.” You can see glimpses of the tell-tale heart, itself. Appropriately, Poe did actually live in Richmond, and a museum for the author is currently located in the Virginia city. Combining gritty modern rock guitar tones with a euphoria-inducing hardcore breakdown, this song has a little bit of everything—especially if you’re… Read more »


Telltale Share Explosive New Single ‘Otherside’

Telltale have returned today with a riveting new track, “Otherside.” A powerful and dynamic effort from an already compelling group of songwriters and instrumentalists, “Otherside” is a step in a new direction for Telltale. They have always been in a band that captivates their audience in all facets. From their ability to create songs that resonate with the masses, to their impactful live performances, to their sincere and vulnerable presentation in the world, this act is gearing up for their best chapter yet. “Throughout my early twenties, I found myself chasing some sort of ‘otherside’ in whatever vice would get… Read more »


Telltale Making Live Debut In UK With Headline Tour

Telltale are venturing across the pond this summer to perform in the United Kingdom for the very first time. Set to play 2000 Trees Festival on July 7th alongside American Football, The Wonder Years, Bullet For My Valentine and many others, the band has announced a run of headline shows around the festival. Need a ticket? You can grab yours here. Read more: The Home Team Announce Summer Headline Shows with Action/Adventure If you are here in the United States and itching to see the band live, no worries! Telltale is also heading out on a co-headline run with fellow… Read more »



In this episode Tate chats with Telltale about their most recent tour, the release of their new EP “Lie Your Way Out” with Rude Records and the struggles of mental health. They also recall a few funny stories from their days touring together as new up and coming artists.


408 Announces East Coast Tour With Definitely Maybe & More

Orlando, Florida-based 408 just announced that they’re heading on a major East Coast tour in support of their forthcoming album Hot Mess. Arriving on March 22, Hot Mess contains the thrilling singles “Break Up With Your Girlfriend,” “Smash The Mirror,” “Remember Her Like That,” “Life Goes On,” and their title track. You can pre-save the album here. Several rising pop-punk acts are set to join various dates of the upcoming spring 408 tour. Catch Telltale, Silly Goose, Crooked Teeth, Greywind, and Definitely Maybe will help to open up select shows. Hot Mess Tracklist: 1. Remember Her Like That 2. Girl Of… Read more »


NOT A TOY Goes Full “simp” Mode In New Music Video

NOT A TOY may have just released their debut LP PRBLMS earlier this year, but they have a little surprise in store for fans who want more. Today, the alt-pop/R&B quartet shared a new single and accompanying music video for hyperpop-infused track “simp” via Fearless Records. The music video showcases “A Night In New York,” and follows a dancing lead vocalist Branson Hoog throughout the city as he meets up with his fellow bandmates along the way. Check out the undeniably catchy, bouncy love song below. The group shares that this song’s release was a basically a surprise for them,… Read more »


Threads Is The New App Everyone Is Talking About

Will Threads be the new hottest social media platform? It is always hard to tell in the early days. Sometimes new platforms take over the world and have a really great run, others last a few years before fizzling out, and others, unfortunately, fail completely. So which will Threads be? Once upon a time, we all thought that MySpace was the only platform that mattered. Then we were obsessed with Tumblr. Both sites eventually became less enticing than their more successful competitors. Facebook took Myspace’s place and has really stood the test of time. Even though it isn’t popular among… Read more »

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