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Knuckle Puck Drops “You & I” Music Video, New Album ‘Losing What We Love’

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Fans of pop-punk masterminds Knuckle Puck might just be experiencing one of their favorite autumns to date. Not only is the band about to embark on a thrilling tour in November following their sets at When We Were Young Fest, but today, Knuckle Puck released their fourth full album Losing What We Love out via Pure Noise Records, as well as the official music video for the track “You & I.”

The quintet says, “‘You & I’ is a song about being acutely aware of how much somebody sucks as a person and looking forward to cutting ties with them.” Check out the diner-themed music video and high-energy song below.

“For a long time, we felt a responsibility to have this overwhelming hopefulness to our lyrics. This time around, we started writing more honestly with less intent to sound cool or hopeful,” says guitarist Nick Casasanto about the new album. “It feels like we’re in a bit of a losing battle with the state of the world, but in the past we’d say, ‘Oh, but it’s all OK!’ Now we’re saying, ‘No, we should be panicking.’ This record feels like more of an expression than a motivational speech.”

Overall, Losing What We Love allowed the band to realize they’re here to stand the test of time. In an interview with idobi Radio, vocalist Joe Taylor shared, “Doing this record just made me so grateful to be the great friends that we are. Because of that, we’re going to be putting Knuckle Puck records out into our fifties. I’m sure of that. Let’s do more and see how far we can go.”

Losing What We Love Tracklist:

  1. A New Beginning
  2. The Tower
  3. October
  4. You & I
  5. Losing What We Love
  6. Groundhog’s Day
  7. Act Accordingly
  8. Out Of Touch
  9. Worlds Apart
  10. Better Late
  11. Fool

You can catch pop-punk powerhouses Knuckle Puck and Real Friends on their forthcoming co-headlining tour with support from One Step Closer and Arm’s Length. Grab your tickets for their upcoming tour dates here

Tour Dates:

  • Nov. 9—Cleveland, OH @ Roxy
  • Nov. 10—Detroit, MI @ St Andrews
  • Nov. 11—Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
  • Nov. 14—Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave
  • Nov. 15—Columbia, MO @ Blue Note
  • Nov. 16—Witchita, KS @ The Wave
  • Nov. 17—Denver, CO @ Summit
  • Nov. 19—Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory Boise
  • Nov. 20—Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory Spokane
  • Nov. 21—Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw
  • Nov. 24—Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield Roseville
  • Nov. 25—Riverside, CA @ Riversice Municapal
  • Nov. 26—Los Angeles, CA @ Regent
  • Nov. 27—Tuscon, AZ @ Rialto
  • Nov. 29—Dallas, TX @ Studio
  • Nov. 30—Houston, TX @ White Oak
  • Dec. 2—West Palm Beach, FL @ Revolution
  • Dec. 3—Orlando, FL @ Level 13
  • Dec. 4—Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
  • Dec. 5—Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln
  • Dec. 7—Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage
  • Dec. 8—Philadelphia, PA @ TLA
  • Dec. 9—New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
  • Dec. 10—Boston, MA @ BNL
  • Dec. 12—Harrisburg, PA @ HMAC
  • Dec. 13—Toronto, ON @ Opera
  • Dec. 14—Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr Smalls
  • Dec. 15—Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
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