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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 »

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Pete Wentz Announces Forthcoming Graphic Novel, ‘Dying Inside’


Pete Wentz is officially a graphic novel author. The Fall Out Boy bassist worked with writer Hannah Klein and artist Lisa Sterle to bring Dying Inside to life. The story follows Ash, a clinically depressed teenager who accidentally turns immortal. But this isn’t just any graphic novel. Described as a “musically immersive experience,” it features original lyrics and poetry from Wentz. Plus there will be an integrated playlist and new music from Daisy Grenade. The “GUTS” duo shared that fans can grab the book’s first chapter on Free Comic Book Day, May 4. Wentz, a long-time comic book fan, shared… Read more »

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The Maine & Mayday Parade To Headline Inaugural Pop Punk Summer Camp


There are so many pop punk festivals to look forward to in 2024. Of course, this summer, you can catch Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, and more artists on the idobi Radio Summer School Tour. Also, Sad Summer Fest is a must-see event. Plus, the most impressive When We Were Young Festival lineup is heading to Las Vegas in October. Now, there’s a new fest to add to your list: Pop Punk Summer Camp. Earlier today, the festival announced the inaugural edition of Pop Punk Summer Camp, which will take place at the Pepsi Amphitheater located in Flagstaff, Arizona on July 14.… Read more »

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Sleeping With Sirens Announce ‘Let’s Cheers To This’ Tour


Let’s raise our glasses and toast to Let’s Cheers To This, the 2011 sophomore album that marked a turning point for Sleeping With Sirens! The band is set to embark on a celebratory tour where they will perform the album in its entirety, accompanied by special guests Holding Absence as support. “This is the record that really changed everything for this band,” vocalist Kellin Quinn shares ahead of the tour. “Couldn’t be more excited to explore these songs again and relive the memories! #letscheerstothis” Holding Absence added on their social platforms, “We’re incredibly excited to announce our return to North… Read more »

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jxdn Announces When The Music Stops Headline Tour With LØLØ & GUNNAR


With the buzz around his latest hit, “WHAT THE HELL,” still in the air and the news of his forthcoming sophomore album, When The Music Stops, jxdn is ready to take the stage on a headlining tour across the States, UK, and Europe. In a post shared across social media, jxdn shares, “If you need to believe in something, my shows are for you. If you need to feel something, my shows are for you. If you need to let your anger and hatred out, my shows are for you. if you need to feel loved and accepted, my shows… Read more »

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iann dior Shares His Authentic Self On New ‘BLIND’ EP


Today, moody hip-hop artist iann dior has launched his cathartic new EP BLIND via 10K Projects. The EP follows up his April 2023 12-track LP leave me where you found me. Ahead of the six-track collection, the “emotions” singer shared the single “House On Fire” with an accompanying music video in February. The standout EP single shows a softer side of iann dior, soulfully singing over acoustic guitar strums before crescendoing into a booming, fiery (no pun intended) chorus. “Come set this house on fireAll of the memories, yeah, all of the misery/Let all the flames get higher/Take all your… Read more »

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Here Are All The Magic 8 Ball Songs From Fall Out Boy’s So Much For (2our) Dust


In true Fall Out Boy fashion, the quartet couldn’t get enough of one tour and are back for round two. If you’re heading to the So Much For (2our) Dust dates with supporting acts Jimmy Eat World, The Maine, Hot Mulligan, Daisy Grenade, Games We Play, and Carr, you’re in for a treat. Not only will Patrick Stump be belting hits such as “Dance, Dance,” “Thnks fr th Mmrs,” and “Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down,” but there are surprise Magic 8 Ball songs, too. On their first run, above Fall Out Boy‘s wild star-strewn, big dog puppet-having set, was also adorned with a giant Magic 8… Read more »

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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 »

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You Me At Six Is Saying Goodbye On An Upcoming World Tour


It’s the end of an era for You Me At Six. In a recently released YouTube announcement entitled, “Time (2005-2025),” the band showed highlights from their two-decade-long career interspersed with the musicians walking through a graveyard with album names etched in headstones. “It’s time. It’s time for the finish line. It’s time for goodbye. So, for the last time, one more time, it’s time,” vocalist Josh Franceschi says at the end of the video. Check out the full video below, and grab a tissue while you’re at it. “When we started YMAS we were kids. We only ever wanted longevity,… Read more »

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