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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 »

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Calling All Captains Announce ‘(e)motion sickness’ EP, Share “Wallflower” Video


Grab your Dramamine and buckle up. Calling All Captains has shared the music video for their new single, “Wallflower,” which marks the first track released from their upcoming EP, (e)motion sickness. The 6-track collection will be available on July 19 via New Damage Records. “‘Wallflower’ is a song about how hard it can be to be in a relationship or maintain friendships while dealing with depression,” vocalist Luc Gauthier shares.”The sentiment that ‘nothing could ever fix me’ while simultaneously looking for a reason to be happy is the exact juxtaposition of being comfortable in your sadness but knowing it can’t… Read more »

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Ashton Irwin Launches ‘The Thorns’ EP & “Breakup” Music Video


Ashton Irwin has officially released his EP The Thorns, which serves as the first half of his forthcoming BLOOD ON THE DRUMS album due out on July 17. Across the EP’s eight tracks, Irwin serves modern rock-infused sonics and sunny indie pop vocals worthy of all your beach day playlists. On June 12, Irwin posted, “Waking up with ‘THE THORNS’ being out today is euphoric for me!!!!! So how do you like pt1 of BLOOD ON THE DRUMS,” on Twitter/X. Fans shared that they were proud of the drummer and vocalist, with some listeners touting it as the album of… Read more »

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Pale Waves Release “Perfume” Music Video & Announce ‘Smitten’ LP


Pale Waves is entering a new era with the release of “Perfume” and with the announcement of their fourth album, Smitten. The 12-track LP is set to arrive on September 20 via Dirty Hit. “Perfume” sees queer joy at the forefront of its lyrics. “When I saw you I knew it was over/I just laid down and surrendered/Oh, laying in the fields with you/Please tell me that we can make this last forever,” vocalist Heather Baron-Gracie sings over euphoric alt-pop chords. “‘Perfume’ is the perfect introduction into the new world we’ve created,” Baron-Gracie says of the track. “It’s queer, feminine,… Read more »

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robbietheused (Bert McCracken) Shares Claymation “Just A Little Bit” Video


It’s no secret that Bert McCracken and his legendary band, The Used, are having a sensational 2024! Following the release of their ninth studio album, Toxic Positivity, last spring, the impending arrival of their B-sides album, MEDZ, in just a few weeks, and their summer headline tour kicking off on June 20, McCracken also recently launched his unique, pop-centric solo project robbietheused. “Just A Little Bit,” which arrived on May 31 to enormous praise, is McCracken’s into a poppier avenue. He shares, “I’ve always tried to push for the poppy stuff for The Used records. And the band really likes… Read more »

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Laura Jane Grace & Paris Campbell Grace Transform Into Cops In “I’m Not A Cop” Video


Laura Jane Grace has officially dropped the gorgeously filmed “I’m Not A Cop” music video. The visual features herself and her wife, Paris Campbell Grace, portraying Reno 911 police officers “patrolling” the streets of Chicago, IL, where they live. “I’m Not A Cop” is pulled from LJG’s recently released Hole In My Head full-length record. Of the new release, she shares in an Instagram caption, “Are you a cop? Are you surrrrre you’re not a cop man? You know by law you have to answer that question otherwise it’s … actually I’m not a lawyer so don’t quote me on… Read more »

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LØLØ Issues “wish i was a robot” Video & Debut Album


The day is finally here! LØLØ has officially launched her debut album, falling for robots & wishing i was on, with the music video for “wish i was a robot.” In a heartfelt post to her social media channels, she shares, “my debut album falling for robots & wishing I was one IS OUT NOW I CAN’T BELIEVE I’M TYPING THIS SENTENCE !? WHAT DO U GUYS THINK, WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE SONG?? tell me EVERYTHING. i have been working so hard on every little detail of this album for the past 3 years so releasing it right now is the… Read more »

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House Of Protection “Learn To Forget” On New Single & Music Video


Following the release of their major label debut, “It’s Supposed To Hurt,” House Of Protection is back with a new track, “Learn To Forget,” via Red Bull Records. Guitarist Stephen Harrison and drummer Aric Improta (ex-FEVER 333 musicians) “knew it wasn’t going to be easy to start again from scratch, but that phrase became our ethos. Starting again was the whole point of this [project].” “Learn To Forget” comes out of the gate swinging with supercharged hardcore sonics and screams and a euphoria-inducing chorus with soaring vocals. Improta and Harrison strike the perfect balance of classic hardcore and modern rock with help from producer… Read more »

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Beauty School and The Wonder Years’ Dan Campbell Release “Reaper” Video


If you’re in the mood for a banger, then you’re in luck. Beauty School just shared the music video for “Reaper,” featuring The Wonder Years’ frontman Dan Campbell. While the song is a sweet and sour ode to the inevitability of death, the music video is more of a celebration of life. It sees the band members rocking out in a warehouse, joined by the reaper himself. It’s a smart and satirical take on a heavy topic, which is right up Beauty School’s alley.  A match made in heaven, this collab is everything you never knew your emo-punk-loving soul needed.… Read more »

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Bring Me The Horizon Drops Thrilling “Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd” Music Video


Following the surprise release of their new LP POST HUMAN: NeX GEn, Bring Me The Horizon dropped a brand-new music video for “Top 10 staTues tHat CriEd bloOd.” Speaking on the visuals, Oli Sykes says, “The video continues the exploration of what it means to be human in an age where technology can alter our very nature and gives keen-eyed fans more lore to dive into and discuss on their quest for uncovering the full post-human lore.” Check out the full video below. Frontman Sykes shares that the new album took “ages to write.” He continues, “It’s a real concept album, with… Read more »

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