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Youth Fountain Launches New Record & “Clarity” Music Video

Youth Fountain, aka Vancouver’s own Tyler Zanon, is brightening every fan’s weekend with the release of his new album Together In Lonesome. Across all 12 tracks, Zanon reveals his pop-punk prowess and overall musical growth from 2021’s Keepsakes & Reminders. With today’s release, Youth Fountain also debuted the new music video for “Clarity,” a vulnerable track about insecurities. “I’ve been stuck in a body with one too many flaws/I hate the words ‘I’m sorry’ but it’s all that I’ve got,” Zanon urgently sings. This isn’t the only raw track on the LP from Pure Noise Records. “Writing songs takes a… Read more »


Announcing the Headstorm Tour Featuring Youth Fountain, Abandoned Bears, and More

Fall tours are on the way and we’re super excited about one in particular. Presented by idobi Radio, The Headstorm Tour will hit the road with Youth Fountain, We Were Sharks, Boys of Fall, and headliners Abandoned By Bears in tow. Warm up during the chilly months with the third and fourth leg of the tour, kicking off on October 7th. Find dates below, pick up tickets here, and prepare to sing your heart out by catching Youth Fountain in rotation now at ido.bi/player. — The Headstorm US Tour Part 3 Dates: 10/7 – Amityville, NY @ Amityville Music Hall 10/8… 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 »

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